History of Bodybuilding and Old-Time Strongmen: Lost Training Methods and Feats of Strength

Whenever you pick up a weight, remember that you are following in the footsteps of giants and taking part in a 'physical culture' with thousands of years of heritage. Bodybuilding and strength training have a rich and fascinating history and looking back there are some incredible 'lost' training methods and feats of strength to be found. … Continue Reading ››

Everything You Need to Know About Testosterone and How to Greatly Increase It

I have a confession to make: I once sort of accidentally took steroids. Hey, we've all been there right? Okay, so that's a bit of an exaggeration. I didn't take a steroid but rather I took a prohormone called Oxavar that essentially did the same thing as a steroid (prohormones are precursors to steroids that get converted … Continue Reading ››

How I Have Earned a Living Online for the Last Five Years – A Guide to Being Work-Shy

When I was 16 my Mum decided it was time I got a part-time job, and so I found myself working at a chip shop in Kinson. It properly sucked there though and within a week I was fired for 'giving customers too many chips'. Screw that. Then I tried working as a cleaner at my … Continue Reading ››

How to Help Your Cells and Mitochondria Produce Energy for Enhanced Athletic Endurance and Mental Clarity

Increasing your cells’ efficiency in producing energy might just be the best way to increase athletic and mental performance across the board. Low energy is what prevents us from working properly, what stops us exercising when we know we should, and what causes us to fail that last rep when we are working out. Continue Reading ››