Here is a magazine that actual works on the premise that dispensing useful information will go a long way to having a positive inpact on anyone looking to increase their muscle mass or decrease bodyfat, by Trevor Smith.
- Nubain: The Dirty Little Secret
In this article, I would like to focus on one of the dark realities of the sport that is quietly and almost unnoticeably wreaking havoc on people both directly and indirectly associate with the sport: Nalbuphine HCL a.k.a. Nubain.
- Feeling Small
Muscle Dysmorphia is a condition that af
flicts at least 10% of male bodybuilders in top physical shape who are chronically worried that they look puny and obsess about being too small and underdeveloped
- Sticky Hair Returns
This story is a great example to those who have a hard time accepting criticism in terms of their physique.
- The Eyes That Sees, Cannot See Itself
Training with Ian has brought me back to the role of 'student' in so many ways that I am buzzing. Subtle changes in form, angles, rep speed, etc. have taken my own training to areas that it has never been before.
- Embracing Failure
It is our failures that make everything possible. Once you realize this, you will start to achieve your goals faster than you ever thought.
- Nolotil Ampollas
The wonder drug bodybuilders have been
praying for. Nolotil is here, and I can guarantee it will be determining the placings of contests from now on.
- The Ultimate Pre-Contest Stack
There are four areas of importance when it comes to both off season and pre contest training and they are: Training, Diet, Gear, and most important, Mental Attitude.
- Beyond Failure Training
Intensity Tips. You are only as strong as your weakest link. Strengthen the weakest link and you strengthen the entire chain.
- Bodybuilding Nutrition K.I.S.S.
The following is a simple take on how one might construct an effective nutritional plan for the purpose off gaining muscle mass.
- The 'Ego' that Separates Exercise Form and Intensity
Intensity is the key to gaining mass.
- Competition Dieting
Secrets of Carbohydrate and Fat Cy
cling. The body does not like to lose or gain weight, but it does like to stay same. That is why it's so important to continually 'trick' the body into losing fat or gaining muscle.
- How Big is Your Heart
An individual who has been in the gym for any amount of time has heard some very interesting questions.