A quarterly publication filled with reports and articles on nutrition, training, contest preparation for bodybuilding, figure, physique, bikini and more.
Volume 9 issue 4 contents
› Dave Candy Teen and Collegiate Bantamweight National Champion From years of reading bodybuilding and fitness magazines and websites, I had amassed a fair amount of knowledge about training and nutrition, so I designed a diet and workout program, and a few month’s later, I was onstage at my first show Northern Kentucky Open.
› Missy McKain My Complete Transformation – 2003 Overall NPC KY Figure Champion No matter how little I ate or how long I ran, my body sure didn’t even come close to hers. As I admired her strong, shapely physique, Ramona, one of the trainers at the gym, looked at me and said, “You know you could do that.” That’s the day my life changed.
› Mark Dal Drug Free Pro Bodybuilder – plan to compete, Stay Lean Off Season One day I was discussing my lack of progress with my friend Dave.
› Sean Andros Balancing Life for a Student Bodybuilder, both in and out of contest season.
At my new gym, I made friends with a female bodybuilder and we started training together. My focus changed. I had been training primarily for running and as a tri-athlete. Now weights became my prime focus. My original intention was to do just one show. I placed a close second at the Central States, and caught “the competition bug”! I entered four more competitions during the next twelve months, 3 national qualifiers and 2 national competitions.
› Dwayne Fishel How I dropped 85 pounds to get on stage I’d been training for a long time, there had to be some decent muscle under this layer of fat, but how do I get rid of all this fat? I decided to try a competition type diet to get the fat off, even though I had no plans at the time to compete. After talking to several people, I had a number of opinions – all different.
› Roger Riedinger Pre Contest Training – How to become lean without sacrificing muscle mass In this article I will outline a training routine for the competitive bodybuilder, or anyone who wants to reach peak physical condition. This program should be started in the eight to twelve weeks out range.
› Mike Milas Putting It All Together – My Best Year In Bodybuilding Sorting through all of this information and finding a nutritional plan that will work best for you is like living an experiment.
› Kelly and Chris Long Honey, Do These Jeans Make Me Look Fat? My first goal was the NPC Natural Northern USA. Contest day arrived. My very first competition and my participant number was #1. Wow I was the first person on the stage in my very first show. Since I was already in shape, I stuck with my competition diet for three more weeks and entered the NPC Monster Mash.
› Joe Fogarty I Turned My Dream into Reality with Precision Nutrition and Training Three years of hard training with one goal in mind, "to successfully compete in my first bodybuilding show, within the next year" Sounds like a good goal, doesn’t it?