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Can you say with complete certainty that you give your significant other the same energy and effort you give your training or prep? Bodybuilding and Powerlifting are selfish endeavors, that often result in leaving the competitors other half on the back burner. On a day to day basis recount the effort you put into a …

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  When people begin a weight loss journey, it makes sense that they place a heavy emphasis on the number they see on the scale. It’s easy to measure, it’s easy to track, and it makes it very salient whether you’re making progress toward the ideal body weight you’ve set for yourself.   So, what’s …

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Why should we set goals for ourselves? To keep us accountable and motivated! It is important to set ourselves both long term and short term goals. Long term goals will of course take us much longer to achieve, so in order us to stay motivated we should also set ourselves smaller goals to work towards. …

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As bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts we all have a secret love for food but the question is when and where do we implement these “cheat meals”? How often and are they beneficial? First thing you have to take into account is what phase of training are you in? Are you looking to gain muscle or …

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One of the biggest questions I get from peers and up and comers is how do you travel with your food and supplements. As we all know the grind never stops and in life we often have to travel for things aside from vacations. I have perfected the travel and food issues…… I just fast …

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Have you ever noticed when you learn a new exercise, it’s hard? Not just a little bit hard, but A LOTTA BIT hard. It’s awkward, it requires a lot of effort, and it generally feels like it’s never going to get easier. Until it does. Eventually, the thing that was so challenging the first time …

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We always hear about physical recovery. We are sure to get enough nutrients, take the right supplements, take rest days off the gym, we even go see massage therapists, chiropractors, physiotherapists (and the list goes one) to make sure our bodies are staying healthy. But what about our minds? How can we make sure we …

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Land of the selfie, home of the cliche. Thatʼs what a vast majority of social media has become. It doesnʼt take long to scroll through an Instagram feed and notice how similar and almost dogmatic most post are. Iʼd like to preface this saying I too have been guilty of being drawn into the trap …

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Are you a perma-bulker or a perma-shredder? For some in the industry it’s all about chasing those gains, others prefer to be lean and mean year round. Both can have severe hindrance to your big picture goals. The perma-bulker, is always worried about looking big and round year round. While adding some beef is certainly …

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Comparing your life to another is one of the worst things your can do to yourself. When you compare yourself to others you’re pretty much setting up for self-destruction. Everyone lives a different life. We all have had different experiences, prioritize our obligations differently, and are in different spots in our lives. In bodybuilding it’s …

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Im not Mr. Perfect….after my first show, I put almost 30lb’s on in a week. I learned my lesson to say the least… I see on social media people going all out for days after the show eating non stop. People do not realize how detrimental this can be, and I’m not talking physique wise. …

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The postshow rebound phase is often overlooked by many but if approached correctly we can make huge improvements in a very small time frame. After a show your body is very anabolic after being restricted of calories and nutrients for an extended time period. An initial increase in calories can bring about huge increase in …

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What is your why? Why do you compete? Why do you enjoy not living a “normal” life being able to be social, eat whatever you desire, have drinks with friends? My why….. it’s a bit complicated but I have always had a drive to be great and to be different. Being “normal” in my mind …

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Not seeing the progress you were expecting? Here are some typical rookie errors that can hinder your progression without you realising. Hidden calories. It’s very easy to consume more calories than you should be without really noticing, especially when it comes to liquids. For example the sauces that you add to your meals could be …

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Alcohol and Body Composition Are we getting drinks or DRANKS? Are we drinking ourselves out of achieving our health and fitness goals? Many people enjoy its sedating influence and it does play a vital role in many of society’s traditions and practices. But, one effect alcohol has, which is not widely discussed, is its impact …

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 The evidence is in, in our first of many science backed testimonial videos with Joey D’Agostino. Project AD’s flagship hormone amplifier: TauroTest maximises free testosterone in the bloodstream while simultaneously bringing estrogen under control. Fuels insane muscle growth, rapidly enhances libido and increases the natural levels of Growth Hormone (GH) in the body. Perfect …

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Sometimes you just know when to pursue a goal or take a break when it’s the right time. This past year I prepped for the New York Pro and had a smooth season under the guidance of IFBB Pro Dominick Cardone. Workouts were great, nutrition and cardio were on point every day for 20 weeks …

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We often find ourselves overwhelmed with tasks and responsibilities but yet we keep piling on more to do. It’s no wonder we’re so exhausted or stressed out. Sometimes it’s best to just step back and look at the big picture. What is it that you’re trying to accomplish? Is what you’re doing going to get …

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