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How Accurate Are Fitness Trackers & Should You Use Them?

by Matt Weik

Fitness trackers have become quite popular lately as more and more people are checking their statistics thanks to the introduction of innovative technology. Unfortunately, even with today’s technology helping to improve health and fitness levels, most people are still not physically active throughout the day. In fact, according to the US Department of Health and Human Services, studies show that less than 5% of adults participate in half an hour of physical activity every day.
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6 Reasons You Should Consider Using Bone Broth

by Matt Weik

Bone broth is recently gaining a lot of popularity among health-conscious individuals. This liquid gold has enormous health benefits, making it a perfect dietary supplement for many people looking to take their health and nutrition to new heights.
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Vanilla Protein – The Throwaway Flavor?

by Christian Duque

It’s true; I’m not going to lie, most vanilla flavor protein powders taste like crap. There’s very little money in protein. It’s very expensive to make, it ships in 2lb or 5lb tubs, which take up a lot of inventory space and expiration dates are very much the hourglasses that keep investors and corporate officers at edge.
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Evan Centopani Officially Retires

by Christian Duque

The news that IFBB Pro Evan Centopani officially retired made the rounds very quickly throughout the fitness industry. Although he hadn’t competed in quite some time, there were credible reports that he was in full prep for the 2020 NY Pro; however, when it moved to Florida, that no longer made it a contest in his own backyard. Who knows what would have happened had Centopani taken the stage in 2020.
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YouTube Bodybuilding Channels: Who’s the King?

by Matt Weik

If you’re into the sport of bodybuilding, you are probably subscribed to quite a few YouTube bodybuilding channels. With the vast range of topics covered on each channel, is there really ONE that can be called the king?
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Brandon Curry, William Bonac – 2022 Arnold Classic

by Christian Duque

The 2022 Arnold Classic is already shaping up to be one of the most epic bodybuilding contests of all time. After what I saw at the 2021 Mr. Olympia, it seems that Big Ramy will rule the sport indefinitely. When Brandon Curry hit the stage, bringing 20lbs of added muscle, ripped to shreds, against a guy who was holding water and made no significant improvements, it really said a lot. The fact that Curry led Ramy in the prejudginging, yet was behind by a point on the scorecards, was also very telling.
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Will the Bodybuilding Industry Change with the Recent Deaths?

by Matt Weik

The last couple of years have been rough for the bodybuilding industry. We lost some amazing individuals who helped shape the industry and make it a better place. People who brought intelligence, compassion, energy, motivation, and joy to the bodybuilding industry. While we will all die at some point (sorry for being so blunt), we are seeing many bodybuilders dying way too soon.
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Give A Coach A Chance!

by Christian Duque

Coaches in the fitness industry get burned all the time. Competitors need to think about themselves, first, and that’s something I’ve long advocated; however, with certain caveats. I believe that competitors, particularly new ones, don’t really do their homework when it comes time to hire that very important person who either does it all (training, nutrition, supplements and posing) or professionals that address individual aspects of a prep.
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6 Incredible Benefits of CBD for Athletes

by Matt Weik

CBD or Cannabidiol is a cannabis compound that has been found to have several healing benefits, only without giving you the “high” feeling that many associate with cannabis. From relieving you of things like aches and pains to helping reduce inflammation, there are many incredible benefits of CBD for athletes.
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Ronnie Coleman at 285lbs Shredded?

by Christian Duque

C’mon guys, are you really buying into this? I understand that as fans, especially for those of us who lived the Coleman era, there’s a nostalgia effect with The Big Nasty. It’s like believing in Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny. I’m not saying that you can’t remember The King in all his greatness, but if you believe that a guy who up until recently could barely walk, is back to 285lbs and that there’s any chance he could ever compete again, you’re bashit crazy.
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