Techniques for progress in the gym

by Robert Clarke First and foremost, I should make myself clear and tell you all reading this that it is an article for bodybuilding practice. Power lifters and Olympic lifters, while sharing the basic requirement of progression, go about their task(s) in different ways and to varying degrees. That is not to say that non-bodybuilders […]

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Nutrient Timing

by Daniel Roberts Whether you’re a bodybuilder, powerlifter, strongman or general strength athlete, there’s an established wisdom about eating and training which never fails – you need a high protein (roughly 1-2g/lb of lean bodyweight), nutrient-dense diet that meets the calorific needs of progressive overload training. The best training methodologies and diets weren’t created in […]

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Taking it to the next level

by Ron Harris Note: ‘Taking it to the next level’ is the second article in a two part series. The first article can be found here – So You Wannabe a Bodybuilder? A breed apart If you have made it this far, give yourself a nice pat on the back. Many people that set out […]

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Choosing the Correct Nutrition Bar

By James Collier There are a huge range of nutrition bars out there, so how the heck are you to know which ones suit you, or indeed which ones are good for you and are not just junk confectionery bars?! Nutrition bars are quite varied and can be classified under a number of different headings […]

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Food vs Supplements

This is a big one; of the possible questions in bodybuilding questions this one is huge, but for most people in the bodybuilding world it’s a complete no-brainer. Look in any bodybuilding or even health and fitness magazine, on any website and you see ads for supplements – lots of them. There are enough articles […]

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