The teams current thoughts on all things physique development. There are so many conflicting issues in the industry today but the team put across their thoughts in laymans terms for you to understand.

Posted 13 hours ago

How to structure your gaining phase

If you’ve recently started on your journey, you may have never undergone a “bulk” or gaining phase before. In the past, when I decided I […]

Muscle Growth

Posted 1 week ago

Designing your pull day

Let’s be honest: who doesn’t want to have a thick and wide back? Nobody, right? This is why old school bodybuilders – or the “bros” […]

Training

Posted 1 week ago

Are you training logically or emotionally?

Training is so much more than just picking a weight up and putting it dow: the movement has to be calculated and thought out. Unfortunately, […]

Mindset and Psychology, Training

Posted 2 weeks ago

Occlusion/BFR training

It has always been believed that the only way to elicit muscle growth is by training with high mechanical load in the gym. This involves […]

Training

Posted 3 weeks ago

Posing: when, why and how

If you have never stepped on stage but would like to do so one day, you probably already know that posing is something you’re going […]

Competing

Posted 3 weeks ago

Mental skills training for competitive nerves

If you’ve ever taken part in any sports or performed anything (dance, music, singing, …) in front of an audience or crowd, it’s likely you’ll […]

Competing, Mindset and Psychology

Posted 4 weeks ago

Designing your push day

I’ll admit it: back in the day, I would train chest on a Monday, back on a Tuesday, and so on and so forth. Although […]

Training

Posted 4 weeks ago

Lessons from a gaining phase

Let’s be honest, in an Instagram world that promotes being lean year-round as the epitome of fitness, going into a gaining phase / offseason / […]

Competing, Mindset and Psychology

Posted 1 month ago

Improving from show to show

You may have heard people describe the process of competing in a bodybuilding show as being quite addictive. You might step off stage and be […]

Competing

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