Want to eat at restaurants but not derail all the progress you've made? There are ways to still enjoy a meal out while staying on track. Chris Tuttle shares some of his best tips in his latest article.
Animal Greens is designed to supplement your daily greens intake when you might be falling short on what you need. Why a pill pack? Because it eliminates the nasty aftertaste of powdered greens. Eat your vegetables, throw a pack of Greens down, and be on your way. Want more info? Gary “G-Six” Turner gives it to you in his latest article.
Peaking for a show is tricky. Obviously, the first plan of action is to become fat-free, but after that, an athlete must know when to feed into the show in order to present the best possible look. No one can explain this to you better than John Jewett does in his latest article.
You can't just aimlessly go to the gym. That's a surefire way to make minimal, if any, progress. The sad thing is this is what most people do. There are ways to set yourself up so your training is optimal. Find out how in IFBB Pro John Jewett's latest article.
It's a common phenomenon among this generation of up and coming lifters—paying attention to the advanced stuff before establishing the proper foundation. It's backwards. You know it, we know it, and maybe even these kids know it. Evan Centopani outlines how to avoid putting the cart before the horse in his latest article, and explains why a product like Animal Omega should be one of the first to get into anyone's stack.
Ramadan is a Muslim holiday that requires a strict fast of no fluids or food within the daylight hours. This can be extremely difficult for a physique or strength athlete who relies heavily on food consumption to progress. It's not impossible, however, and athletes have been doing it since the beginning of time. Chris Tuttle shares how a Muslim athlete can work around these restrictions in his latest article.
When you're the size of IFBB Pro Shawn Smith and carry the amount of muscle he does, you have to eat a certain way. This isn't just a fly-by-night plan. It's calculated and precise. Check out what's on Shawn's plate in his latest article.
Gut health has become all the rage in the fitness industry of late, and for good reason. A healthy GI tract will ensure that your food is absorbed and used properly and you'll feel better overall. In his latest article, registered dietitian John Jewett debunks some of the bro science surrounding what you should and shouldn't do when it comes to a healthy gut. Read on.
Most competitors like the off-season. They can make improvements and get bigger and stronger without worrying about being ultra shredded. But what if things get out of hand? How far is too far? Renee Jewett lets us know how she makes that call and what to look out for in her latest article.
Unfortunately, physique athletes tend to develop a poor relationship with food. This is often brought on by strict dieting that leads to hyper-focus on both the foods they can and can't eat. How do you stop that? Chris Tuttle shares tips for maintaining a healthy relationship with food.
When people think of getting in shape, the first thing they consider is the work in the gym. And while this for very good reason, they often completely neglect nutrition. Structuring your diet with your current goals in mind is absolutely essential to make any progress. It's the driving force behind your gains. Renee Jewett highlights some key points on the matter in her latest article.
Protein powder has always been popular, but EAAs and BCAAs have been on the rise more recently. When should we use each? Should we use one or the other? Or all together? John Jewett tells us how and why in his latest article.