• Supersets & Drop Sets Debunked | What Are They?

    By Katie McLean | In Training | on October 14, 2016

    There are several techniques that can add muscle tensions during your exercise routines. Two common techniques are supersets and drop sets. Drop Sets: What are they?   A drop set is where you perform a set of an exercise until failure, then drop the amount of weight, then do another set again until failure. This is […]

  • Guide to a Vegan Bodybuilding Diet

    By Corey Micho | In Nutrition | on October 14, 2016

    Being Vegan comes with a lot of challenges. These include going out to eat, increased expenses for food and clothing, and trying to talk about it without bringing up the typical vegan stereotypes. Believe it or not, there are bodybuilders who manage to maintain a vegan diet and eat the right kind of foods to build […]

  • Grip Training | How Can I Improve My Grip Strength?

    By Kevin Dickson | In Training | on October 13, 2016

    Grip strength is an underrated tool in a lifters arsenal. Big biceps, a big bench press and huge legs are great but fundamentally strength is picking up something heavy, if you can’t grip it your other muscles are effectively useless. I now want to share with you some key information on how to train your […]

  • Athlete Motivation | 5 Tips For Running Motivation

    By Juanita Sanchez | In Training | on October 13, 2016

    Athletics, could we ever imagine a world without it? I believe the answer is no! Athletes inspire others and become role models for our younger generation of athletes. Many spectators or fans probably wonder where the athletes get their motivation from. I’m not sure how it is for all sports, but having been a former college […]

  • 10 Budget Friendly Foods For A Healthy Lifestyle

    By Vojtech Velecky | In Nutrition | on October 12, 2016

    Whether you are an advanced bodybuilder, or a student who is just figuring out opening times of your local college gym, the foods you eat affect your fitness journey more than you might realize. The profound saying “Abs are made in the kitchen” is certainly true and has a much broader application than just rock-hard […]

  • Healthly Snack Recipe | Squash & Carrot Baked Hash Browns

    By Tanya Miller ISSA | In Recipes | on October 12, 2016

    If anyone’s a regular fan of my innovative little recipes, you might remember my egg pizza – this is very similar and definitely evolved out of that parent idea soon afterwards through experimentation for a day where I didn’t have enough macros for all the egg pizza ingredients. I called it baked hash browns out […]

  • Body Fat Comparison | White, Brown, Subcutaneous & Visceral

    By Billy Galipeault | In Nutrition | on October 11, 2016

    Since we were young it has been cemented into our minds that being overweight and having excess body fat is unhealthy, this is an agreed truth. But would the type of fat and their ratios in the body have a significant impact on overall health? As we are slowly learning, it just might. It’s a […]

  • Should I Use Creatine When Cutting?

    By Jared Mullendore | In Training | on October 11, 2016

    Creatine can be one of the most beneficial supplements during a cutting phase of dieting. During the cutting season, every aspect must be taken very seriously. Cardio, training, and diet must all work together in order to cut the fat necessary to present the desired appearance, but also preserve the muscle that took months to […]