Author: Robert DiMaggio

How NeverNotWorking Could Screw Over Your Health

More and more people are embracing a culture of #RiseAndGrind, #4AMClub, and #NeverNotWorking. At the same time, the average American work week is getting longer, leaving less time for sleep, exercise, and your general well-being. Daily Show writer and comedian, Randall Otis, explores the cost of overwork on your health and why spending more time working, won’t necessarily make you more productive.
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Supplement Label Transparency Will Fizzle Out Soon

by Matt Weik

This is such a hot topic right now and one that I’ve covered in the past. However, this article is going to move in a slightly different direction in regards to supplement label transparency. And as always, you know how I roll, this article may trigger a few people. I’m ok with that, but what I’m about to say needs to be heard because, well, here today gone tomorrow is a real thing and you don’t want to be next.
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Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts with Arnold Schwarzenegger

James and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger take turns asking each other very personal questions and are given a choice: answer truthfully or eat whatever food is in front of them, including a hot pepper smoothie, jellyfish and turkey testicles.
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Is Larry Wheels, Jeremy Buendia & Shawn Rhoden Guilty by the Media?

Is this the end of the road for Larry Wheels & Jeremy Buendia this week or are these topics that the media is being irresponsible about reporting since these are cases that have not even been in our justice system yet?
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Flexatron, Big Ramy To Compete at the 2020 Arnold Classic

by Christian Duque

That wait is over! Announced by Shawn Rhoden on Instagram, it appears both he and Big Ramy are ready to return again. In the post, you can see that both men are officially competing at the 2020 Arnold Classic. This even takes place in Columbus, Ohio, on the first week of March.
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Are High in Protein Claims Being Abused These Days?

by Matt Weik

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the marketing of products these days is starting to get a little out of hand. Brands are making some pretty outlandish call-outs on labels and marketing materials and causing the naïve to be suckered into thinking that products with added protein are high in protein like the label claims. But not so fast. For many products, sure, they have added protein in them, but it’s a glorified unhealthy product. Many protein bars out there fit the bill. It’s simply a glorified candy bar.
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Why Are Men Wearing Dick Towels?

Can you wear just leggings to the gym?
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A Guide on How to Completely Disrupt the Fitness Industry

by Matt Weik

Today’s business world is all about speed. The slower it takes for something to come to market, the quicker it becomes outdated and obsolete. If you want to completely disrupt the fitness industry, you’re going to need to go FAST and HARD. This isn’t a side hustle type of mentality. This is a go hard or go home business decision. Once your idea becomes public, there will be people out there looking to knock you off with either a better version of what you’re putting out (service or product) or at a cheaper price point. What you need to do act quickly, get all your ducks in a row, take a deep breath, and start running.
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Maximize Protein Synthesis for Muscle Growth

Want to know the long-lost secret to muscle growth?

NPB = MPS – MPB

So what does this equation mean?
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Supplements That Mitigate Poor Lifestyle Choices?

by Matt Weik

Honestly, I’m not sure what to say about this topic. I saw something while scrolling through my Facebook feed and it made me take a step back and think about the direction that the supplement industry might be going. While not all supplement brands are out there trying to convince you that you can make poor lifestyle choices and still be ok, one brand in particular seems to be going in that direction and it’s quite disturbing to me.
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What Energy Drinks Really Do To Your Body

For many young people, reaching for an energy drink is like grabbing a cup of coffee. Whether it’s studying for an upcoming exam, staying awake on the road, and getting an energy boost before a party, young people are relying on energy drinks to get more out of their day. However, energy drink can be incredibly dangerous to consume, especially for young children and adolescents.
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Just One Man’s Opinion of Transgenders in Athletics

by Matt Weik

There are going to be a lot of people who do not like this article and I’m more than ok with that. I’m not one to be politically correct nor am I one to shy away from expressing my opinions. You see, we can all have an opinion. And what’s great about opinions is that they can be shared whether someone agrees or disagrees with them. And in the case of this article, I’m going to give my opinion on transgenders in athletics.
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Metabolism Mayhem

by Geoff Roberts

Ones metabolism is given much clout in the world of bodybuilding and strength. Metabolism is spoken of in a manner which implies it is solely responsible for one’s ease or difficulty in gaining lean body mass and/or fat mass. It isn’t so much that this notion is wrong, just that it oversimplifies the process to a point of confusion. Fluctuations in body fat and lean body mass are both dependent on several different factors, far beyond simple energy balance alone.
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Everyone’s Rooting for FLEX WHEELER, Get Well Soon!

by Christian Duque

4x Arnold Classic Champion and 1998 Mr. Olympia Runner-up Flex Wheeler recently underwent surgery, which involved a partial amputation of his right leg. Word has spread like wildfire, with fans from all over the world taking to social media, the message boards, and most likely sending personal emails, snaps, and DM’s to the bodybuilding legend, all in hopes for a speedy recovery. As of press time, Wheeler hasn’t made any public comments, but he is expected to address his fans in the coming days.
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