You've seen the people at the gym who go there every day and never change. Year after year, they still maintain the same look while others around them move forward. Why are they not progressing? IFBB Pro Chris Tuttle provides some answers in his latest article, "5 Reasons Why You're Not Progressing." Check it out.
As the United States presses forward, we have begun to see the re-opening of gyms around the country. Make sure that when you head back in or when you open the doors as an owner, you take proper safety measures to ensure that everyone is able to progress while mitigating the chances of becoming sick.
It's been pretty rough in the world these past few months. There are no two ways about it. It has been difficult, frustrating, and oftentimes tragic. This was the time to band together for the good of our fellow humans. From donating thousands of Animal Boss Bars to local food pantries to hooking our frontline heroes up with the brand new Animal Immune Pak, Animal will always be here to support those in need. Click the link to read the ways Animal helped the community during the Covid-19 pandemic.
You are your worst critic. In strength sports, that is both good and bad because it keeps you accountable but at the same time you'll never be satisfied. Being content with your progress is the kiss of death and the nail in the coffin. We're all chasing greatness which feels close, yet so far away. But in the end, we just keep going.
Preparation is fundamental to anyone hoping to attain their physique related goals. The word “prep” has become so overused that it’s actually easy to forget that it is short for preparation. Take food prep and contest prep, for example. We set aside time to prepare food in advance. Why? Efficiency is part of it, but it’s mainly so that we can repeat day after day of proper eating with no missed or imperfect meals. The entire concept of contest preparation is based on having what you need come the day of the show: a dialed in, competitive physique. Ultimately, preparation is about having what you need when you need it.
John, I am writing this to guide you in a very uncertain time in your life. As the decade older version of you, I have gained knowledge that will really help you move forward in exactly what you want to do. You just graduated with your bachelor’s. Well done! At the end of this degree you finally gained some confidence in your academic ability. Your collegiate powerlifting journey was a great feat as well and, now that it’s coming to an end, bodybuilding has piqued your interest. I know you have lots of questions about what to do for a career—should you continue your education and how can you become a bodybuilder? I am going to guide you through this. Continue reading →
We're currently experiencing unprecedented food and supply shortages. It has been difficult to source items such as chicken, red meat, and eggs due to hoarding. Chris Tuttle, who is always a wealth of logic and knowledge, tells us what we can do to maintain our progress.
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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