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TRAINING

My Training Evolution Heading Into the New Year
We are in a constant physical, mental, and spiritual evolution. Whether it's how we approach training, the thought process behind getting ready for a show, or the overall outlook on life, we're always changing, fine tuning, and improving. Derek Lunsford, who has quickly shot from amateur to the upper 1% of the pro ranks, dives deep on how his training has morphed over the past few years.
Posted By: Derek Lunsford
Categories: TRAINING
The Deadlift: An Upper Or Lower Body Exercise?
Let’s answer the age old debate--is a deadlift an upper or lower body exercise? Jordan Shallow has an answer in his most recent article. See what he says.
Posted By: Jordan Shallow
Categories: TRAINING
The Making of Animal Pump Pro
Animal's newest non-stim pump formula, Pump Pro, is fresh off the assembly line. Designed entirely by athlete and IFBB Pro John Jewett, Pump Pro focuses on cell volumization, increased vascularity, and intense focus. Read further as John explains the making of this premier pre-workout.
Posted By: John Jewett
Categories: TRAINING, DIET
The Advantages of Training Solo vs. Training With a Partner
As long as gyms have been around, people have trained with and without partners. Some like the solitude of being alone with their own thoughts and actions, while others like someone else in their face for the tough grinder sets. There is no right and wrong--just preference. Jordan Shallow, in his latest article, highlights the pros and cons of training with someone as he travels around the world.
Posted By: Jordan Shallow
Categories: TRAINING
Knowing When to Pull Back: Taking One Step Back to Take 10 Steps Forward
As athletes, we want to attack our goals full throttle. We want to do whatever is in our power to maximize our efforts as quickly and effectively as possible. But progression is seldom linear. Oftentimes we need to pull back or change direction slightly, otherwise we'll hit a wall and really stall out. Stefi Cohen is no stranger to this process. See what she has to say in her latest article.
Posted By: Stef Cohen
Categories: TRAINING, LIVING
5 Best Accessory Movements for a Big Total
To build big lifts in powerlifting, accessory movements are as equally important as main lifts. Jordan Shallow takes us through the top 5 best accessory movements and explains the benefits of incorporating them in your routine.
Posted By: Jordan Shallow
Categories: TRAINING
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
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
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