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Balancing Bodybuilding and Relationships

Balancing Bodybuilding and Relationships

I have to admit that I haven’t always been great at finding balance in my life with bodybuilding, but I’ve learned how to get better through the years. It’s not an easy thing to do when you’re competing to be the best at something. I’m pulled to capitalize on every minute of every day to set the standard of what it means to be the best bodybuilder in the world. When I “give up” one day of training, I feel like it’s one day I’ve lost. I constantly think about how I can be better today for tomorrow. Continue reading →
Posted By: Derek Lunsford
Categories: LIFESTYLE, LIVING
Maintaining Your Routine While Traveling

Maintaining Your Routine While Traveling

Maintaining a routine while traveling is probably one of our most challenging obstacles. We as humans are very into a set routine when we are at home in a controlled environment but are easily thrown off. Things can fall apart rather quickly. One reason is that it’s difficult to create a new routine within 24 hours, especially since most routines are developed and perfected over a much longer period of time. Another reason is that it takes a great deal of discipline. Staying on a routine or starting a new modified one when traveling takes more effort than usual. Lastly, fatigue from travel can weigh heavily on us making it more difficult to stay motivated.
Posted By: Chris Tuttle
Categories: LIFESTYLE, NUTRITION
Flexible Dieting for Off-Season Meals

Flexible Dieting for Off-Season Meals

The off-season allows you to be a bit more flexible with your eating compared to pre-contest. This does not mean it's a free-for-all, but there are ways to incorporate variety to break up the monotony of a bodybuilding diet. John Jewett explains in his latest article how to properly execute a flexible dieting strategy.
Posted By: John Jewett
Categories: LIFESTYLE, NUTRITION
Becoming an Olympian

Becoming an Olympian

Now, the sky’s the limit. My goal is to win the 212 Olympia. This is not a dream, but a reality I can make true. I have the entire year focused for the 2020 Olympia. I will change my physique into what will be an Olympian champion—my vision is set.
Posted By: John Jewett
Categories: LIFESTYLE, LIVING
Two Ways To Prevent Bench Injuries

Two Ways To Prevent Bench Injuries

Chest muscles are commonly injured from improper bench pressing. Chiropractor Jordan Shallow lays out how to prevent bench press injuries in his newest article. Check it out.
Posted By: Jordan Shallow
Categories: TRAINING, LIFESTYLE
The Last Push: What Separates a Champion from the Rest

The Last Push: What Separates a Champion from the Rest

With 3 weeks to go until the Olympia, Derek Lunsford spits the facts about the importance of going the extra mile when most people throw in the towel. In his latest article, "The Last Push," Derek explains what champions do to separate themselves from the rest.
Posted By: Derek Lunsford
Categories: TRAINING, LIFESTYLE
How to Build Your Legs Like an IFBB Pro

How to Build Your Legs Like an IFBB Pro

Legs are one of the most prominent--and important--feature on a pro bodybuilder. If you have weak legs, you're going to have a hard time turning pro, and most certainly underperform among them. Derek Lunsford is known for having a killer set of wheels. He highlights how to build your legs like an IFFB Pro in his latest article.
Posted By: Derek Lunsford
Categories: TRAINING, LIFESTYLE, LIVING
5 Tips To Maintain Training Intensity During Contest Prep

5 Tips To Maintain Training Intensity During Contest Prep

Intensity is one of the key components to accomplishing anything of magnitude, but especially to building a successful physique. You have to train in a way that will produce results, even when energy and calories are in serious deficit. John Jewett tells us how to approach and sustain intensity when you're getting ready for a show.
Posted By: John Jewett
Categories: TRAINING, LIFESTYLE
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