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Chest Blitz with IFBB Pro Iain Valliere

Chest Blitz with IFBB Pro Iain Valliere

Oct 29 2015

iFN- At what age did you start training? Can you recall the moment you knew “This is it. I am going to be a bodybuilder.”IV- Well, when I was younger I ran track competitively. Track led to football. Football led to weight room. I began training seriously, on a regular basis when I was 15 years old. At this point, it was not for bodybuilding. I was training to grow muscles for sports. After high school I worked at a local supplement shop. My managers/coworkers inspired me to do a local show. I started to get big at age 18-19....

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An interview with IFBB Pro Shannon Courtney

An interview with IFBB Pro Shannon Courtney

Oct 29 2015

Shannon CourtneyAge: 23 | Mother of 4 year old boy I started getting an interest for competing in 2010 while working as a personal trainer at a Gold's Gym. At that time I was a competing in cross country and track for a local college. Because of the intense running I was doing on an injured Achilles, I was forced to rest a track season. Me being me I couldn't just rest, I needed something else in the meantime. I had always been in great shape, always had abs, and genetically held more muscle mass. My boyfriend at the time was prepping for a...

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RAZOR Sharp Chest! Pec BLAST with Mike Dorn

RAZOR Sharp Chest! Pec BLAST with Mike Dorn

Oct 29 2015

Adding thick, dense, shredded muscle requires hardcore focus and execution, period! We caught iFORCE Nutrition athlete Mike Dorn out in Australia, just moments away from tearing his chest to shreds! Read below to see his diet, supplement, and training routine! » Training SplitMonday: Hamstrings, Quads, & CalvesTuesday: Chest & TricepsWednesday: Back & CalvesThursday: Shoulders & TrapsFriday: Quads, Hamstrings, & CalvesSaturday: Arms Sunday: REST! *Mike trains abs every 3 days, in the morning, before cardio.» Nutrition PlanMeal #1:- 9 egg whites + 3 whole eggs (Condiments - pepper , salt, soy sauce, or bbq sauce) - Protein shake:- 100 grams oatmeal- 1 scoop iFORCE Nutrition...

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Battle Of The BULK! (with Chris Pantano & Nick Bennett)

Battle Of The BULK! (with Chris Pantano & Nick Bennett)

Oct 29 2015

Any athlete will tell you continuous success requires continuous improvements. For a competitive bodybuilder, most drastic improvements happen in the offseason. Why? Caloric surplus. Taking in more calories than expended allows the body to recover faster and increase size, strength, and new muscle tissue. So what’s the best way for a bodybuilder to approach their offseason? Herein lies the debate… “Keep it clean!”... “Eat until it hurts!”...”Stay close to stage weight!”... “Get HUGE at all costs!” Some of the many pieces of advice tossed around by current and former athletes. We met with team IFN Brand Ambassadors Chris Pantano &...

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