Volume 18 archive contents

No Nonsense Magazine

4 issues

Magazine 18 issue 4

Brian inclune tricep extension

Here’s a 4-Day per Week Workout

You Can Easily Complete in 60 Minutes

Including warm-ups, start relatively light and add weight each week. Pay close attention to How to Progress.

Roger Riedinger

Brian Wiefering bicep curl

Keeping Your Priorities Straight

Maybe there should be a required course for bodybuilders, How to Build Your Family While You Build Your Physique.

Brian Wiefering

Samara Donald bikini athlete

My bikini competition diet and training plan

Have a total of 6-7 meals/snacks per day, spaced 2-3 hours apart. I cook and organize as much as I can on Sundays, so I go into the week with most of my meals ready to go.

Samara Donald

Sandy Team Beverly

Beverly Beat Summer 2013

A few Teams I would like to highlight. They all have Beverly International Bonds in common!

Sandy Riedinger

Jen Main Beverly Client Advisor

My Baby bUMP Transformation

In this article, I’m going to share with you my action plan for achieving those goals. Starting out, I had a few things already going for me.

  Jen Main  

Samara bikini athlete

Women’s Physique and My Return to Competition

I competed in three shows over the course of 5 years and was fortunate enough to win the overall titles in all of them.

Shelli Jones

Volume 18 issue 3

› Over 50 Training Another Perspective New thoughts regarding strength training and muscle building.

I would like to share some personal thoughts on the best system of training for the mature bodybuilder. By bodybuilder, I mean anyone who is trying to develop muscle and strength, not just those training to enter a contest.

› Your Best Bikini Body Starter Kit Our Bikini Body Starter Kit is built upon 4 keystones that will help you reshape your body, lose fat and improve muscle tone. Each is essential to your achieving the highest rate of fat loss and muscle toning.

› Beverly Beat  [pdf] Beverly Beat 2013 Summer There are things that happen during those training times that you remember for your entire life. Those stories go on and on! The fact that you have people that depend on your physical and mental support says it all.

› Travis Winship Bodybuilding on the Road I knew that in order to achieve this goal I had to live by the mantra: If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Through trial and error, I developed a system for following a pre-contest diet when on the road, and eating all of my meals out of a cooler.

› Rhonda Rotterman Become Healthier, Lose Weight, Gain Muscle, Compete

My take home message to you is this: you can’t possibly get where you need to go without a road-map. Know what you need to do and how you need to do it to make your endeavors successful. Take time to care for yourself and even if you never compete, making a better and healthier you makes you a champion in the competition of life! I extend my best to you in your individual journey to a better you.

› Dan Brady Over 50 and Still Improving. We use basic "old school" training techniques.

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› Pound-A-Week Gains Training for Muscular Weight Gain

› Team Beverly The Secret of a Low Carb Diet and Maximum Muscle

› Jim Ockington How Competing, May Have Saved My Wife’s Life [ Master’s Figure ]

› Steve Kuchinsky Becoming a Fitness Model

› Marcus Jefferson 5-Phase Bodybuilding Nutrition Plan

› Sandy Riedinger Beverly Beat Winter 2013

› Nicole Tesar Won in Bikini my husband placed in Men’s Physique [Couple’s Competing]

› Donnie Johnson Time for Your Next or Even 1st Bodybuilding Contest

› Hyla Conrad Nutrition, Training, Cardio, and Visualization for Figure Competition

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