Volume 17 archive

Nutrition programs for females, abbreviated training , improve your dead-lift

17 issue 4 contents

› Robert Simmons NPC over 50 Masters "The Half Century Hurdle"

Competing for 17 years straight, doing anywhere from 2-4 shows each year and fifty shows.

› Beverly Beat Bodybuilding World FALL 2012

10 TIPS ON BEVERLY SUPPLEMENTS

› Jonelle Baglia Figure Contest Success in 4 Different Countries, How I Did It

BNBF Women’s Figure, 1st Place Open Class, Best Abs Award. INBF USAG Stuttgart Germany. Women’s Figure, 1st Place Short Class, 1st Place Overall. NPC KY, Women’s Figure Class B, 2nd Place, National Qualifier

› Tim Rawlings Pro Ball to Olympic Weightlifting

I started as an intern studying under former Olympic weightlifters and Division 1 strength and conditioning coaches.

› Casey Reidinger Abbreviated Training Super Movements and a 35-Pound Fat Loss

Now what happens when you combine two of these into one exercise? You get what I call a Super Movement.

› Mark Domme My Contest Prep for the 2011 NPC Texas State Naturals and 2012 NPC Texas Shredder Classic

Side note: Mark also, competed in the Middle weight class and took 1st place, earning a spot on Team USA that will compete at the IFBB World Amateur Championship in Ecuador.

› Danielle Intemann Fitness Nutrition, Training, and Recipes

Certified as a personal trainer and nutrition consultant by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) in... traveled around the US doing fitness modeling and promotions.

› Beverly Staff Diet Library 2 Complete Nutrition Programs for Females

Female–targeted nutrition programs archived in the BI Diet Library

17 issue 2

› Bill Woolsey Out of shape for 20 years, Now I’m in the best shape of my life at 44

› Beverly Beat Bodybuilding World article in PDF, Volume 17 issue 2

› Chad Abner New "Men"s Physique Division was My Ticket to the Stage

› Stan Thomakos Come Back at 53, after a 15-year lay off

› Casey Riedinger Program to Improve Your Bench Press and Dead-lift

Angie Morales one arm row

Angie Morales Figure Competitions may not be for everyone,
but feeling good in your own skin is, and that’s a trophy in itself.

17 issue 1

› Stacey Grubbs From Skinny to Master’s Bikini Champion

How I trained for the NPC Kentucky Derby Festival

› Aaron Whitten Home Training Advantage!

Build a home platform in one afternoon save your floor and still complete heavy lifts

› Roger and Sandy Riedinger 18 Month Workouts series Roger and Sandy (Part 3 of 3)

Publishing these workouts to give you food for thought concerning your own training

› Jennie Gray My First Year of Figure Competition

My training and diet became more geared to developing a figure competitor type of physique

› Steve Mousharbash From Bodybuilder to men’s Physique Competition Here’s How I Did It

It seemed like a good fit for my fitness goals. I stopped lifting for mass and started lifting for conditioning