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How I Train for Competition
Bigger and Badder - Ron Partlow
Let me tell you this: If you want to get ripped and compete, one thing you should never forget is that nothing is more metabolic than keeping all your muscle. For all intents and purposes, muscle is... more
Training when Sick
Sports Medicine - Dr. Ken Kinakin
You wake up sneezing, coughing, achy, feverish, with a “can’t move a muscle” feeling, and you have a heavy leg workout later today. Should you push through and do your normal heavy leg workout, take... more
Training when Sick
Sports Medicine - Sports Medicine
You wake up sneezing, coughing, achy, feverish, with a “can’t move a muscle” feeling, and you have a heavy leg workout later today. Should you push through and do your normal heavy leg workout, take... more
How to Avoid Post Show Rebound
FEMALE MUSCLE - FEMALE MUSCLE
After weeks of strict diet and intense training, show day is finally done. You’re now entering the post-show phase. When you’re new to competing, this phase can cause a lot of anxiety; images of out-... more
How to Avoid Post Show Rebound
FEMALE MUSCLE - Tammy Strome
After weeks of strict diet and intense training, show day is finally done. You’re now entering the post-show phase. When you’re new to competing, this phase can cause a lot of anxiety; images of out-... more
The Dangers of Creatinine
Ask the Scientist - Jeff Golini
Creatinine, not to be confused with the supplement creatine, is a “bio-waste” formed as creatine is metabolized in the body. However, this compound is also produced from unstable creatine activated... more

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