menu home Home arrow_forward Programs arrow_forward Team TNT arrow_forward Blog arrow_forward Shop arrow_forward Supplements arrow_forward Testimonials arrow_forward Contact

Bodybuilding

BLOG SEARCH
search clear
How Long To Diet For A Show? 3 Key Things You Should Know Before You Decide
Tyler Mayer
in Bodybuilding, Contest Prep
February 17, 2017
3 minutes read
Have you ever competed in a bodybuilding show but could have looked better or come in leaner? Or have you heard a judge tell you that you're "holding water"? It's most likely because you didn't give yourself enough time for your contest prep. A lot of people think that they don't need a whole lot of time to diet for a contest prep or bodybuilding show. You'll hear the typical 12 week app
A Bodybuilding Prep for a Strength Athlete
David Davis in Bodybuilding, Powerlifting, Contest Prep
November 11, 2016 · 5 minutes read
Growing up I wasn’t a traditional athlete. I was into sports like skateboarding, rollerblading, dirt biking and BMX. Out of high school I stumbled upon weight training through a friend’s father. This was the 1st time I felt like “one of the guys”. After four years of hard work, I decided to do my first bodybuilding show, and I was hooked! I felt like I found my niche! I’ve never been a big guy,
Powerlifting: “Power”...“Lifting”…is that what you do with a power tool?
As the sport of powerlifting gets more and more popular, the thing that I've heard repeated a lot from physique athletes and your “everyday person” is, "that's great and all, and I wish I could do that, but won’t it make me bulky?" or, "…don’t you have to be big to do that?". The answer is a resounding NO!
The secret to obtaining a great physique...
Lee Ann Thompson in Contest Prep, Bodybuilding, Flexible Dieting, IIFYM
December 10, 2015 · 5 minutes read
How do you eat an elephant? …One bite at a time!
Often, when looking at our fitness goals, we try to bite off too much, too soon. We are left feeling frustrated or overwhelmed--even though we started with the best intentions in mind. On January 1st, many start their New Year's fitness resolutions with 7 days a week of cardio, 7 days a week of weight training, AND a brand new diet...
It’s “off-season”...what do I do now? Answer: THE TOUGH MUDDER
It's important to evolve athletically throughout your life. Consider participating in other challenging events like The Tough Mudder.
"Fat" is not a Feeling: Intuitive-Eating & Flexible-Dieting
Fat is not a feeling: the connection between "intuitive-eating" and flexible-dieting as a method for sustaining healthy eating practices.
Macro Portioning for Success | Flexible Dieting Strategies for Success | Team TNT
Macro portioning strategies for flexible-dieting! Utilize this strategy to curb overindulging and creating quick on-the-go meal sources.
IIFYM/Flexible Dieting: Stop Worrying About The Scale!
When trying to lose weight or even get ready for a competition, a lot of people worry about the scale a little too much. With my coaching, I do use the scale but only to a certain degree. It can be used as a tool for fluctuations but it's not something I use 100%. I factor in how my clients are looking on a weekly basis, how they are feeling and fitting into their clothes, and sometimes ...
Powerlifting: Tyler's Workout Log 1.16.15
Now that I have a good place to blog, I'm going to be posting more of my progress every week on here along with more videos of how I'm doing over the course of the year. Now that my ribs are feeling better, my strength seems to be making it's way back up. I'm now feeling about 90% pain free in my ribs compared to before where I was in so much pain after my squat and deadlifts sets...
arrow_upward