motivation is what gets you started.

habit is what keeps you going.

Muscle building

Muscles can only work when the body is in motion. You can’t grow your muscles by doing nothing. Muscles are often toned by regular activities like brisk walking, jogging, and doing other slightly heavy works. But just toning muscles won’t make them grow in size and wonder. If you would like muscle growth and power, you want to work your body methodically.


Before choosing the type of exercise routine that you want to follow, it’s important to think about certain factors. These include your stress levels, emotional levels, lifestyle, eating habits, and metabolism. Whether you’re just getting started or building up to a high level of activity, it’s essential to line up goals and stick to a plan.

food & supplements

If you think that drinking a shake or taking a couple of pills will all of a sudden cause you to have huge muscles, then think again!
No supplement can help you if you’re not training and dieting correctly. However, supplements add a component of convenience by providing you with the required nutrients you need every day. They can also help you to increase strength and decrease recovery time.

Building a Better Body You Can Be Proud Of!

  There are as many varied opinions on what “plan” one should follow to build muscle, as there are people who have those opinions. On one thing they do agree, however. You must have a regimen. You can begin by defining your objective. Why are you interested in...

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Weightlifting Workouts

It is important to remember that weightlifting exercises can cause permanent damage to the body if not performed correctly. Consult a physical trainer if you are performing these exercises for the first time who will be able to guide you with the quantity of the...

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Vanadyl Sulfate Side Effects

Vanadyl sulfate is the most common and known form of vanadium, a naturally found mineral in the body. This element is also found in foods including pepper, dill, oats, buckwheat, radishes, eggs, and vegetable oils. Although its physiological role in the human body...

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How To Build Muscles With BodyBuilding Exercise

A well-planned exercise routine will not only help you replace fat with muscle, it will help you gain strength and flexibility. A bodybuilding exercise plan also improves bone strength, and lowers blood pressure. Whether you are a professional bodybuilder or you...

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Gaining Muscle But Not Losing Fat

People go to the gym and exercise regularly for two main reasons - building muscle mass, and losing fat. The detailed exercise and nutrition plans that your trainer chalks out for you are built with these specific purposes in mind. In most cases, this is a...

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Body Building Requires The Right Food

Body building is a sport that, above everything, requires extreme dedication and willpower. To be the bulky athlete that you desire to be, you must consume the right kinds of body building food that will help you attain your goals. And you have to avoid junk food...

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Prohormones Vs Steroids

Anabolic steroids became popular among athletes because of their performance enhancing qualities. Even bodybuilders used these steroids extensively in the 1970s and 80s to get great results. Anabolic steroids are synthetic substances which have properties similar...

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Does Force Factor Work?

There is a mad rush, if I should say it frankly, to flex muscles and build a physique like that of body builders. While the desire to stay healthy and own bulging biceps is normal in men, an obsession for the same can have negative implications on the men's health....

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Strength Training Strategies that Actually Work

  Over the years there has been a surge of different strength training techniques that have come onto the market and just faded away. Here we discuss the training strategies to gain the maximum amount of muscle in the shortest time possible that have stood up...

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Hey! I'm Jason, welcome to my blog.

When I first started training, I was super lanky. Around 135lbs @ 6ft. I was in college, lived a sedentary lifestyle, and really didn't eat much.

I'd been in and out of the gym for years until I was watching the Olympics back in 2012. That's what motivated me to get up and stay constant, and now bodybuilding has become an addiction!

Getting close to 5 years of training. My goal now is to keep it up to become the best possible version of myself. I enjoy training and helping others achieve their goals as well.

I like working out and healthy-stuff (duh!), guitar, graphic design, video games, Netflix, and muscles!

This site is dedicated to offering those who are looking to put on some muscle, the best possible tips for bodybuilding.

Looking forward to seeing your progress!

Keep grinding!