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The Secret

You want to know the secret? The secret to geting huge? Bro, there are no fuckin secrets. Sorry. People always want that secret exercise, secret diet, or little secret pill.

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Powerbuilding, Volume 4

So by this time you get the 411 on protein loud and clear. It honestly shouldn't have taken me to do it, as I know every inch of every page of your favorite bodybuilding mag or online forum has driven the protein message through your thick skull by now.

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Powerbuilding, Volume 3

Setting the table, yeah that’s where the business of bodybuilding is done. Back in the day, I told you that the difference between the freaks and the flock is the fucking fork.

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Powerbuilding, Volume 2

Embarking upon a successful powerbuilding journey is contingent upon several pragmatic factors. A strategy for attack needs to be fully mapped out before the mass and strength assault can commence.

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Powerbuilding Volume 1

Going Through Phases Powerbuilding, as much as anything, is a state of mind. Transcending limits and pushing past obstacles is the bare minimum.

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The Powerbuilding Precepts

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times. I’d never want to be the big guy who was weak, nor would I want to be the impressive lifter pushing big numbers with no physique.

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Deviant Delts

I'll man up and admit it-sometimes I get bored with my training. Not merely a beast of burden, I fancy myself a thinking man and while many of my misguided brethren have overanalyzed themselves into permanent skinnydom, I do consider this pursuit of ours as much an intellectual exercise as anything.

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Hell Raiser Training

Let’s face it, you’re not going to turn down more size if you can get it now are you? If you just happen to add an inch onto your arms, are you going to sit back and regret it?

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Battling Fatigue

Hamilton Holt said “nothing worthwhile comes easily. Work, continuous work and hard work, is the only way to accomplish results that last.”