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DNP (Dinitrophenol)

Man sweating

Fat loss wonder-drug or death trap? By Josh Hodnik (Re-published with permission from www.vpxsports.com) Like many of the chemicals used today by bodybuilders and athletes in all sporting codes, 2,4-Dinitrophenol (DNP) was introduced to the market by the late steroid guru Dan Duchaine. After researching a compound and basing a theory ...

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CNS Fatigue

CNS fatigue, bodybuilder training

How the nervous system responds to weight training By Devlin Brown It is not uncommon to hear pseudo-science phrases being bandied about the gym between sets at the water cooler. Most often, making decisions based on bad “bro-science” is like watching an episode of CSI and then claiming you’re an ...

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The Hard Truth

The Hard Truth

How to deal with and manage calluses Anyone who has spent an appreciable amount of time in the gym lifting weights would have encountered calluses at some stage. It’s an inevitable part of weight training, particularly with complex bar work and intense or high volume training. This makes CrossFitters particularly ...

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The science of hard-gainers

The Science of Hard-gainers

How modern science is changing our understanding and approach to bodybuilding. By Pedro van Gaalen, Managing Editor It’s no secret that the greatest bodybuilders of all time achieved greatness largely due to their gifted genetics. The fact of the matter is the ability to build significant lean muscle mass is ...

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Fascinating Fascia

Delving deep into the anatomy of this often misunderstood tissue.

Delving deep into the anatomy of this often misunderstood tissue By Sean Johnson, Bowen Practitioner and Instructor (www.bowentechnique.co.za) In his book, The Philosophy of Osteopathy, Andrew Taylor Still, the founder of osteopathy, wrote “By its action (the fascia) we live and by its failure we … die.” This is a ...

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