Category Archives: Advice & Training For Bodybuilders

  • The road to the Finals…. So as I look back this year I realise this is actually my 20th year competing!! That’s over 40 competitions along the way, including , one broken back, 2 herniated discs, one torn bicep, 2 …read more

  • Are you Prepared? Hey guys, apologies for the delay in getting posts out. Running the gym, training clients, dishing out nutrition advice and prepping for competition means my spare time has been limited. However, with the competing season in full …read more

  • So everything has been a bit hectic and crazy recently so apologies for having not written for some time. I had been busy prepping for competition and it has finally sunk in that I won the Muscletalk Championships in Bedford …read more

  • As my competition date gets closer and the diet is more restricted, my weekly cheat meal becomes a big deal. In the final weeks of prep, I live for my cheat meal to re-fuel and re-focus me for another week. …read more

  • Because they’re a smaller muscle group, it can take less effort to get your shoulders looking great. Your shoulders are also great assets that help to give your body a strong but feminine overall look by adding some extra curves. …read more

  • With the UKs biggest fitness expo just behind us, I have decided to discuss supplementation and how to choose and use it for optimal results. Anybody who went would agree that the Bodypower Expo was bigger than ever. They exhibited …read more

  • Enhancing the V- taper for added aesthetics- A surgical method of approach. The delt to waist measurement with increased dimensions of the former in relation to the latter is a useful starting point in any analysis in determining the aesthetic …read more

  • I am now 11 weeks out. I’m not going to lie, this week I have felt hungry! I even woke up at 3am one morning dreaming of food because I was so hungry. I debated trying to ignore it but …read more

  • A compound exercise is any exercise that involves the use of more than one major muscle group at a time. Typically, there is one larger muscle group that ends up doing the majority of the work, and then one or more smaller muscle groups that …read more

  • By Kelechi Opara Trying to get lean can seem a complex and confounding pursuit. You’re not really a calorie counter but you eat pretty sensibly. You know that higher reps burn more calories but that can make it hard to …read more

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