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Diet & Nutrition

Animal Whey Pancake/Waffle Recipe
With limited food access in many places due to the Coronavirus, John Jewett looks around the kitchen for some pantry staples to make the macros work. Waffles and pancakes, a crowd pleaser, can be easily made into a balanced meal. John’s favorite is Animal Whey Salted Caramel Peanut Butter pancakes, but your options are endless. Grab you favorite Animal Whey and let’s get started.
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Posted By: John Jewett
Categories: Diet & Nutrition
Adaptation: The Key To Success
Most of us were contemplating our strategies for 2020 not too long ago. Whether you were thinking about your next competition or how you were going to add ten pounds of muscle or finally get your ass in shape or improve your squat, you had plans this year. I don’t think that any of our plans included being quarantined on account of a highly contagious and potentially lethal virus sweeping the globe. But, hey, shit happens. And shit has most certainly happened. Aside from the immediate health threat posed by the COVID-19 virus, many of us have to deal with new difficult circumstances such as businesses shutting down, massive layoffs, food and product scarcity, and social distancing. So what does all of this mean for the average bodybuilder/powerlifter/fitness enthusiast like you and me? It means that we’ve all had to make some adjustments in the name of keeping things moving.
Posted By: Evan Centopani
Dealing With Coronavirus
As everyone is aware, we are going through some uncertain times as the world gets a grasp of the Coronavirus. But in such times of uncertainty, we must rise above and make the most of the situation at hand. Continue reading →
Posted By: Animal
Categories: Diet & Nutrition
Air Fryer Crispy Chicken Sandwich
Fried food rarely crosses the path of a bodybuilder. A delicious fried chicken sandwich is something they might only have in their dreams. However, this week I'll show you how to use an air fryer to make a low fat, crispy fried chicken sandwich that a bodybuilder doesn’t have to feel guilty about enjoying. Continue reading →
Posted By: marketing
Categories: Diet & Nutrition
The CAGE
As Rob Hall gets ready for his 4th appearance in the Animal Cage, we can't help but reminisce about the craziness of his early years, especially when he did a 600lb deadlift for 67 reps. Read his latest article to see what got him into the idea of The Cage and what it's like being inside.
Posted By: Rob Hall
Categories: Diet & Nutrition
Date Night Friendly Lasagna Recipe
Valentine’s Day is coming up and nothing says romance like a home-cooked Italian meal for your significant other. At the same time, we are regimented bodybuilders and might not want a full blown cheat meal. This week let’s make a macro matched lasagna that will melt hearts and not pack on the fat gain.
Posted By: John Jewett
Categories: Diet & Nutrition
The Panel: Holiday Eating
Bodybuilders are arguably one the most rigid athletes around. The attention to detail needed to become successful results in a monotonous and repetitive life. But what happens over the holidays? Are they supposed to forget what they're doing and go off the rails, or do they just completely avoid social gatherings? We got the Animals together to discuss what they do and do not do when it comes to holiday eating.
Posted By: Animal
Categories: Diet & Nutrition
Reverse Dieting 101
We diet hard for many weeks in an attempt to bring a fat free physique on stage. Afterwards, many of us rebound hard. We gain an excessive amount of fluid and fat, which can not only ruin months of hard work but can also be detrimental to our health. A proper reverse diet, however, can help us exit contest prep in a healthy and effective manner. Click the link to read John Jewett's guide to creating a proper reverse diet.
Posted By: John Jewett
Categories: Diet & Nutrition
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