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What is Progressive Overload? You’ve probably heard the term “progressive overload” before and in this article, we will break down what it is, how it is achieved, and at the end I will share with you my personal, PROVEN method for busting plateaus and shocking your muscles to grow – So be sure to read it in full! The principle of progressive overload basically states that In order for a muscle to grow, strength to be gained, performance to increase, or for any similar improvement to occur, the human body must be forced to adapt to a tension that is...

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Everything You Need to Know About BANG Energy Drinks So, you’ve probably seen some of your classmates, co-workers, or even random people drinking colorful cans of VPX’s BANG Energy Drink, right? If you haven’t tried one of these, you’re also probably wondering what these are, why people are drinking them, and how you can get your hands on some, am I still right? This article briefly summarizes everything you need to know about BANG energy drinks, why their ingredients are beneficial for your body, and how these compare to other big-name energy drinks. According to VPX Sport’s website, BANGs are...

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What’s up everybody! Here today I want to share some tips on securing those gnarly, shirt bulging arm veins that everyone aims for these days. This information comes in part from personal experience, exercise physiology, and of course bro science (okay not really). Let’s get to it! Tip #1 Decrease Body Fat "In short, decreasing your body fat will show off those vein gains!" When it comes to seeing those beautiful veins popping out of your arms, it is only going to happen if you have a low enough body fat percentage to see it. Partly why veins are so...

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5 Tips for Killer Obliques! Thinking about developing a hard, shredded core? Probably thinking about those abs right, or formerly known as rectus abdominus? Those are great to hit but you’re overlooking one of the crucial muscles in your core that also help with stability – that’s right, you’re obliques! Like we mentioned, your obliques are used in stabilization and are oriented in an oblique, or diagonal, direction along your core. Below are 5 tips to bettering your obliques! "...you need to have a body fat percentage that is lower in range so that your hard work in the gym...

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Nutrition for Muscle Hypertrophy. Have you been training like a beast and noticed that your lean gains have started to dwindle or even diminished completely? The common notion is true, nutrition is absolutely the majority of the battle. If you aren’t eating properly then all those times you’ve devoted to crushing it at the gym have gone down the drain. To maximize your efforts, first thing you should look into doing is completing a body scan to get your basal metabolic rate also known as your resting metabolic rate. BMR or RMR is the number of calories that your body...

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