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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.
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Posted By: Evan Centopani
Letter from CEO
To Our Animal Family, We have been following the latest  coronavirus  developments. We know it can be a stressful and challenging time. Continue reading →
Posted By: Animal
Categories: Lifestyle
The Animal Homegrown Program: Exclusive Bodyweight/Band Hypertrophy Training
Listen, we're just as frustrated as you are with the current restrictions the country is facing as we battle COVID-19. The gym is life for most of us, so to not be able to go for an unknown amount of time means we have to be resourceful. John Jewett shows us what it's like to be a true Animal: accepting circumstances beyond your control, making no excuses, and adapting to situations. Here are some good "at-home" exercises to get you by until your gym opens up.
Posted By: John Jewett
Categories: Training, Lifestyle
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
Where I’ve Been
A proper offseason is the key to building essential mass for your contest prep. Without executing properly, you will likely look the same as you did in your previous show. In his latest article, G-Six highlights and points out some major strategies he used in his most effective offseason yet.
Posted By: G-Six
Categories: Lifestyle
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
Deload For the Bodybuilder
If you are like me, nothing is better than destroying the log book week to week. Just weeks on end of battling with the iron to lay on slabs of new tissue. I wish this progress could be linear and never end, but it never pans out that way. Progress gets stalled, strength drops, injuries happen, and/or you lose motivation. A deload might be needed in these instances, so in this article we will look at when and how to utilize a deload.
Posted By: John Jewett
Categories: Training
How To Properly Start a Prep
There is often a great deal of confusion surrounding how to approach the process of getting in shape. Whether you’re starting preparations for a contest or want to get yourself in shape, the most challenging part is simply getting started. An evolving approach is best. Just as you wouldn’t go from being single to completely changing your life by moving in with someone you don’t know, I think it’s foolish to make grandiose plans to commit to a diet that is a huge departure from what you currently follow. What if that diet is just not right for you? To go from a diet that you have been following for a significant period of time, regardless of how good or bad it may seem, to one that is radically different is usually a mistake
Posted By: Evan Centopani
Categories: Lifestyle, The Build
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