Progressions for Hypertrophy and Fat Loss

by Chad Waterbury There are many essential elements that should be included in any effective training program. Obviously, you’ve got to be smart when choosing movements. I usually favor compound movements, but single-joint movements have their place. Regardless of your movement selection, though, it’s imperative to have a progression plan in place. It’s very difficult […]

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The Nectar of the Gods or the Fast Track to Fatness?

by Dr. John Berardi and Ryan Andrews “Juice makes you a fatass!” “High fructose corn syrup causes diabetes.” “Stop eating fruit, Tommy Two-Chins!” You’ve probably heard these battle cries before. And love them or hate them, they all have to do with the much maligned carbohydrate, fructose. As a result of fructose becoming such a […]

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Most Common Mistakes During The Off-Season

By: Alex Stewart Now that summer has come to an end and tank tops and shorts are replaced by baggy pants and sweat shirts, it can mean only one thing in the bodybuilding world: it is time to bulk. Your goal this winter should be to put on some solid beef. The off-season is the […]

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Tips For Parents Of Overweight Children

By: Dave DePew Children eat what they get! If it crosses their lips, it either comes from you, a friend, or the school. As parents, we take the ultimate responsibility for the health of our children. It is up to us to set a good example. Kids don’t listen to us – they watch us […]

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Build Huge Quads

By: Jason Bennett For all of you kids that liked my 10-10-2-20 routine for the legs I have a new and improved one that is sure to make you puke and pass out when you’re done, no joke. Before I begin let me preface this with the fact that this routine is not for beginners, […]

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