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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.
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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
Thriving In A Male Dominated World
Thriving In A Male Dominated World
Posted By: Stefi Cohen
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
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
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
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
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
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