1. jimbosmith316

    Help Hypertension with Bodybuilding

    Bodybuilding can be a great way to manage hypertension, but it's essential to approach it cautiously and with some key considerations in mind: 1. **Consultation**: Prioritize consulting with a healthcare professional or a doctor before starting any new exercise regimen, especially if you have...
  2. jimbosmith316


    Creatine is a widely used and well-researched supplement in the field of bodybuilding and strength training. It's known for its ability to enhance performance, increase muscle mass, and improve exercise capacity. Here's how creatine can benefit bodybuilders: 1. Increased Muscle Mass: Creatine...
  3. jimbosmith316

    Bulking vs Cutting

    "Cutting" and "bulking" are two distinct phases in the world of bodybuilding and fitness, each with its own specific goals and strategies. These phases are often used to manipulate one's body composition in pursuit of different objectives. Bulking: Goal: The primary goal during a bulking...
  4. jimbosmith316

    Creatine: Is it good?

    Yes, creatine is a well-established and widely used supplement in the world of weight lifting and strength training. It can be beneficial for individuals looking to improve their performance and increase their muscle mass. Here's how creatine can be helpful for weight lifting: Increased Muscle...
  5. jimbosmith316

    The Phases of Bodybuilding

    Bodybuilding typically involves two main phases: bulking and cutting. During the bulking phase, bodybuilders aim to gain muscle mass by consuming a surplus of calories, including an adequate amount of protein, carbohydrates, and fats. The increase in calorie intake helps provide the energy and...
  6. yourmuscleshop

    How do you incorporate Clenbuterol during your cutting phase ?

    How do you incorporate Clenbuterol during your cutting phase ?

    The Ultimate Full Body Workout For Mass

    The Ultimate Full Body Workout For Mass HOW TO CORRECTLY TRAIN TO AVOID INJURY Progressively lifting weights makes muscles robust. Physiologically, repetitive training promotes the release of neurohormonal mediates that enhance the growth of muscles. But while strength training will...
  8. Stickler*

    Creatine after 15 years

    I can't remember the last time I took Creatine. Well, that's not true. I started the front loading phase today. So far, no Creatine shits or Creatine fake outs. Is that still a thing or has it been better refined since my last Creatine usage?
  9. N

    Tips for a Natty Bulk

    There comes a point in bodybuilding where you must bulk to gain muscle, and not everyone wants to or can do it with gear. Winter and late fall is when most bodybuilders choose to start their bulking phase, so that eating more and training heavier isn’t done during beach season or competition...
  10. Steroidify Rep

    ❓ Did you know that liver damage can induce gyno ❓

    Most of the population thinks that gynecomastia can only be caused by steroids, either due to a high presence of estrogens or an elevation in prolactin due to the use of Nandrolone or Trenbolone (completely false myth), gynecomastia can also be due to a malfunction of the liver...
  11. drtbear1967

    Happy Shoulders

    Shoulder Health Sunday? Can this be a thing? . Today we are going to go over one of many exercises that I started performing that took my shoulder pain from “I can’t even look at a barbell without it hurting” back to benching every other day. Reducing pain with a concentration on the eccentric...
  12. drtbear1967

    Fat Loss - Its not just cardio

    When fat loss is the goal, many people jump to doing more cardio and reduce the amount of strength training in their routine. This post is a reminder that shows why replacing strength training with tons of cardio is not always a good idea. - Aerobic training has several benefits. But these...
  13. drtbear1967

    Quads to grow!!!

    QUADRICEPS VARIATIONS . 📚 This series can be great for your arsenal if it’s for your warm up (before your workout, form of dynamic stretching) cool down (post workout) or even an exercise to superset with a compound exercise like a squat or a stiff leg deadlift. Since leg workouts can demand a...
  14. drtbear1967

    Cardio for Fat Loss

    Many people jump to doing a lot of extra cardio when they want to lose fat. This post is a reminder that shows why more cardio is not always better! - Cardiovascular training has many benefits. But these benefits are primarily related to your general health and endurance performance [1, 2]. When...
  15. Musclebeauty


    The*7-day DNP fat loss plan:  The 7-day DNP fat loss plan involves a moderate to high dosage of DNP for fat burning. The DNP fat loss plan involves a 7-day on, 7-day off approach with four distinct phases. Most athletes using DNP follow this type of cycle. The phases are as*follows:* Phase...
  16. H


    My name is Jack and i am 28 years of age. I was browsing this forum for more than a week and today finally decided to join it. Really nice forum, keep up the good work. Been training on and off around 6 years now, one of the reasons on joining the forum is to get some advice and tips on the...
  17. drtbear1967

    You have to build it before you cut it up.

    his recommendation is likely to be the most powerful for many lifters, but it may be the hardest to digest. From my over 30 years of experience with helping guys get bigger and stronger, I'd say that the number one reason they fail to gain muscle is their stubborn refusal to gain weight and...
  18. drtbear1967

    Eat Big to Get Big, Not FAT

    Most men like to eat, and eat a lot. So it's easy to go too far with a calorie surplus when the focus is on muscle gains. But there's a difference between eating enough to fuel workouts, recovery, and hypertrophy, and eating so much that you just look like a fat guy with decent traps. Big arms...
  19. drtbear1967

    Glutamine for DOMS

    Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body and is known for its recovery benefits. What does the research say about glutamine? Current research suggests that glutamine may be beneficial for decreasing delayed-onset muscle soreness and muscle damage. This is especially clear in highly...
  20. drtbear1967

    The Fad Diet Dilemma

    The Fad Diet Dilemma by Josh Hodnik We are now in a time where convenience rules and patience has become something of the past. With today’s technology many things are done with the push of a button. Tasks that used to take physical...