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Get Big: A Review Of Jonathan Byrd’s “Big” Workout System

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This article was written by MikeM from the Muscle and Brawn Forum.

Big is a 10-12 week strength and size program designed by Jonathan Byrd, a nationally ranked powerlifter, that I have used for the past three months and I can tell you it works. … Read more

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Cube Method For Strongman Review

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This review is by Jwood from the Muscle and Brawn Forum.

The Cube Method for Strongman is a training manual written by multiple World’s Strongest Man competitor Josh Thigpen. The book lays out the workout program, including conditioning… Read more

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Review of USP Labs – Jack3d

I enjoy a good pre-workout supplement.  I like the focus, energy, stamina and pump that all pre-workout supplements promise.  I came across USP Labs’ Jack3d  by curiosity. I never heard of the supplement until it came up as a special… Read more

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Review of Muscle Milk – Collegiate Style

During my time as an assistant strength coach at a small division III institution, I was able to get a contract with a Cytosport Distributor to supply our school’s hospitality services with Muscle Milk Collegiate since it is NCAA approved.… Read more

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Serious Mass by Optimum Nutrition

Serious weight gain requires serious calories. However, those who need the extra calories most, often have the toughest time consuming enough of them. For many aspiring to be bigger, highly-active metabolisms, weaker appetites and on-the-run… Read more

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Omega Sports Ultimate Supplement Review

Two days ago I rattled off a post on Omega Sports’ FlashOver, a potent supplement that comes in a small can but carries a big stick. It also only contains eight ingredients and no proprietary blends, and I expatiated about how refreshing that… Read more

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Omega Sports FlashOver Supplement Review

During the meteoric rise of pre-workout supplements, the trend was toward complexity. It appeared to be a race to the top: whoever had more ingredients that did more things would win. First we needed energy. Then we needed pump, too. Then creatine.… Read more

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