March 16, 2017

Reverse Dieting 101

The Rebound You have probably seen it before. Someone you know loses a lot of weight, usually over a short time period, only to put it back on in spades. This is known as the “rebound” and occurs when an individual has dieted for an extended period of time and then rapidly increases their caloric intake. It often happens post-contest to bodybuilders who go on a binge consisting of doughnuts and pizza after months of […]
March 2, 2017

Training Philosophies of the Greats

  One of the greatest things about the sport of bodybuilding is that it is a personal and unique journey for each individual. Some use the gym as a time to get deep into their thoughts while other use it as a way to shut things off. Certain bodybuilders approach the gym with an intensity bordering on rage; you won’t see them joking around with other gym goers as they push their bodies and their […]
February 23, 2017

Time with Chrysa Baker

Chrysa and her twin sister Maria Syngrou do much of their work in tandem, so if you want to see double fit beauty, then look for the fit twins. They were born in Greece but have lived in the U.S. i n Los Angeles for several years. Chrysa offers online help as a personal trainer and helps with nutrition advice as well. Here’s what she has to say about herself. Age: 28. Height: 5’5”. Weight: […]
December 1, 2016

7 Golden Rules of Training Aesthetics

If you showed the average person the top 10 lineup at Mr. Olympia, chances are they would say the competitors look gross. The sheer amount of mass that the top competitors today carry creates a certain freak factor where people want to look at it, but they don’t wanna look like it. Tiny heads appear to be supported not by a neck, but by mounds of trap and pec muscles. Legs look like they could […]