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 4 months ago

The trap of competing each year

Let’s face it: once you’re in the bodybuilding game, it can become all too easy to fall into the trap of wanting to compete every […]

Competing

Posted 4 months ago

What is a refeed and can it help fat loss?

If you follow competitors on Instagram, you may see that – on the odd occasion, whilst they are dieting – they will have a day […]

Fat Loss

Posted 5 months ago

Motivation during the cold winter months

Honestly, at this stage of 2020, it’s almost hard to know what to say. Motivation is hard, and that’s why relying on it is, well… […]

Mindset and Psychology

Posted 5 months ago

The reality behind dieting to extremes

Instagram might make dieting look cool and give you the impression that it is very easy; however, in reality, this is far from the truth. […]

Fat Loss

Posted 5 months ago

I want to compete – when should I hire a coach?

So, you’re thinking of competing for the first time and you’re Instagram shopping for a prep coach, wondering when you should approach them to start […]

Competing

Posted 5 months ago

More isn’t always better

Do you have a burning desire to have big glutes, jacked quads or massive shoulders? You may have thought that to do so, then it […]

Muscle Growth, Recovery Fundamentals

Posted 5 months ago

Are you using deloads to keep your progression going?

What is a deload? A deload is simply a break from training or training with reduced volume over a short period of time, such as […]

Recovery Fundamentals

Posted 5 months ago

MANAGING HUNGER WHEN DIETING

So, you’ve started a dieting-phase, and all is going well. Feeling a bit leaner, dropping weight on the scale, not struggling at all… till it […]

Mindset and Psychology, Nutrition/Supplements

Posted 5 months ago

How much rest should you take in between loading sets?

This is a really common question, one that I get asked daily by clients. This is because when myself and the team write programs for […]

Recovery Fundamentals