Are you willing to commit to boulders?
Previously, we spoke about knowing your limits, the virtues of the overhead press and reasons to use free weights. Now, we look at the remaining parts of our quest for better, bigger shoulders.
Supplements, good nutrition and the correct attitude are key to building a good physique. But knowing what to do in the gym is the thing that counts.
So here is part 2 of the shoulder workout bible.
Part 1 here: 11 laws of building boulder shoulders: Part 1.
Laws 1 to 5
Bulging biceps, tree trunk legs, we all want different things. But if you want boulder shoulders, then you’ve come to the right place.
Because though we are the dons of protein powder, we know that there is no point in taking supplements if you don’t do the hard work, and that you do it right.
So follow here is part 1 (law 1 – 5) of our boulder shoulder bible. Enjoy.
They get extra points if they do it on this camera…
The Supplement Centre Elite Athlete Programme has been going for a little while now, and in that time, our athletes have shared a hell of a lot of videos.
So now, we’re going to be pooling them all in to one place, and launching an informal thing we’re calling Twitter Tuesday!
So watch Lindsay Benson squatting, Yiannis Verankis with a PB deadlift and Nick Millard in training for a strongman contest. Oh, and someone struggles with straps too…
What will you be eating?
You’ve smashed your workout. You’re feeling good and those PBs were left trembling. So now what do you do?
You might have a whey protein isolate shake, you might get on the foam roller, but what should you eat?
Here’s our six best post workout foods.
Happy St Patrick’s Day!
St Paddy’s Day is here! That could well mean you skip leg day, don’t go on that 10k run or that you, in general, get a bit too into the fun and frivolities of the day.
Guinness is no doubt the go to drink today, with many trying it for the first time. But regular Guinness drinker or not, you may want to know how it will affect your general fitness.
So, we have put together a piece, to see if we can justify Guinness for gains?
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Arnold seems to love it
The build up to the battle for the World’s Strongest Man is heating up. We’ve seen the Mountain lift a log the size of a lorry, and throw a kettlebell the weight of a cow, higher than a house.
Now, Eddie Hall has joined the party. We don’t sponsor Eddie Hall or give him supplements at all, but we’re big, big fans of his.
So when he did this, at Arnold Classic Australia, our love of him just got greater.
You’d best be reading this on your phone…
Over the last few years we have been constantly tweaking, updating and speeding up our site. This makes it quicker to browse, more enjoyable to look at and most importantly, allows you to find the best supplements at the best value.
But though our lovely site did work on mobile, it wasn’t as good as it could be. So we have created a lovely new mobile site. So next on the list is to see what you think of it!
So fill out our super quick survey, tell us what you think and if you have a Supplement Centre account, we’ll give you 50 pts as a thanks.
And BE HONEST! You will get points whether you are nice or not!
A few weeks ago we showed you how Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, better known as “The Mountain” from Game of Thrones, carried a 650kg, 30ft log.
Now, Europe’s Strongest man has decided to break another record at the recent Arnold Classis. This time, he has managed to throw a 25.4kg (56 pound) kettlebell a whole 5.87m into the air. That’s 19’3″ for those who prefer the imperial system.
So now, the only thing to do is show you the video in all it’s glory.
Before, after, and with the jeans he no longer has to wear!
Cancer, kidney donation and the death of a family member. When trying to lose weight, you can’t ask for three bigger obstacles than these, but Glen Macdonald has somehow managed to get his body back in shape.
Losing nearly 14 stone, Glen is an inspiration for anyone who is looking to transform their body.
Here is his story.
Video and pictures below
As you all know, we love a good protein shakes, an article about creatine or a video of someone dropping a really, really heavy weight on their toes. But we also like success.
#SCElite member Yiannis Veranakis recently won the single lift contest at the BDFPA championships.
So scroll down for the video and see some pics on the way!