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The physical costs associated with Powerlifting are discussed regularly. How gruelling training is, the aches and pains you will face, and the mentality needed to succeed in the sport. What’s not talked about as often is how much cash a person should expect to spend preparing for their first meet. From the outside looking in …

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These days there is always a new craze when it comes to training, the majority follow what is popular and current rather than actually focusing on what works for them. Every week we here of a new training style or method, it happens so much I can’t even keep up. For decades bodybuilders at the …

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Ok so we hear the motto “All Gas No Breaks” all the time. Essentially it means you’re grinding away 24/7 to reach all aspirations in life. There are two camps out there. One that supports this theory and ones that think you need both a mental and a physical break at times in order to …

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What cardio machine best suits you? When you train a muscle group you train with a purpose and it should be the same when it comes to your cardio. There are different cardio machines for a number of reasons. Some target the upper body while others pay more attention to the lower. There are many …

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So no body really discusses if you “need” a coach per say. To be honest, with years of experience of seeing so many different clients and learning their length of knowledge. I honestly feel most can benefit from a coach. There is way to much false information online. As well as so much different information, …

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The industry these days is full of conflicting information especially when it comes to different types of training, it seems every week there is a new “BEST” training method or approach and the majority buy into the hype and follow what is popular and current. I’m going to strip it back to basics and tell …

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The last Thursday of this month is Thanksgiving. A word that is synonymous with four letters, FOOD.  It is no secret that Thanksgiving for most is a day of guiltless gluttony with family and friends. For most they don’t even hesitate to eat their fill of pies, stuffings, and dressings.  If you’re someone who’s a …

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Stef Nadine’s Glorious Glute Workout Resistance band warm up Kickbacks superset fire hyrdrants – 15 reps each No rest – you should alternate legs until you have completed 3 rounds of each on both legs. Bridge with abduction 3 sets 12 reps Lying on your back with you knees bent, drive your hips upward, when …

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Everyone knows that bringing up your legs is not an easy task, below I’m going to give you all a detailed workout that will push you to the limit. When we think about leg training or training in general we MUST focus on connection and contraction over weight, loading up the bar may look cool …

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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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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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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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This is why every minute of training counts … “Platform Ready,” you hear the words from the head judge. Pull your hands from the chalk bowl. Take that last big inhale of ammonia, tunnel vision sets in. Step on the platform and approach the rack, place one hand on the bar finding your spot, the …

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As bodybuilders we have to understand the importance of longevity and health, we need to ensure our body is kept as healthy as possible in order for it to function optimally. I personally recommend getting blood work done after every prep and before starting a prep. This is my personal approach to ensure the body …

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1. Can you bypass bad genetics? – A common question is, “Do you think I have the genetics to go far?”. This isn’t an easy question to answer. The first thing that I usually say is, I don’t know what your ability to put on muscle is. Do you have the ability to continually adding …

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My current training split, my approach to training volume and intensity Over the years I have done various amounts of different training techniques and styles. I really don’t believe that there is a “best” method, I think each style has its place and can be beneficial. Now I’m not going to lie, I’m not a …

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Structure plays a role in everything we do. In our careers, workouts, nutrition and overall goals. Without structure you could wonder all over the place and it could cause things to go inconsistent in the things you want to accomplish. When it comes to our health I describe structure as the 3 legged stool. The …

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When working out there are some things you should consider and keep in mind to get the best results. A big mistake that many make is not having that mind to muscle connection to get the most during your workouts. This is probably the most important aspect while training. We’re putting the time and effort …

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