Zach Marcy


I've been involved with the Bodybuilding, Health and Fitness industry since my middle teens (1990). In the time that I've been in the industry I've taken a no nonsense, straight forward, aggressive persuit of bodybuilding excellence. One of my main philosophies is that we always have room to improve mentally, physically and spiritually.

I believe in doing my due dilligence on the latest supplements, workouts, diets and mental approaches. Once I have figured out enough about a supplement, workout routine or mental technique I put it to practice or dump it. If something is useful it's usually assimilated into my arsenal of knowledge and used consistently in improving my life or in my health, fitness and bodybuilding consulting business with others.

Click To Enlarge My 2001 Body-For-Life Pics!

My current challenge is assisting people in creating the Generation Z bodies of the next decade. My technology company has also paired with my personal trainer and bodybuilding consulting business. The result is an incredible journal software name Body Blog created for any gym users to track their workout progress and share it with the world. Body Blog has a basic version for anyone to use, a Body Blog Pro model for more serious bodybuilders, fitness and figure competitors, and Body Blog Trainer for a trainer to have all of his or her clients keep record of their trainings.

Some of my achievements and accomplishments include:

  • BA in Psychology from Georgia State University. I currently use various psychological techniques to enhance and focus the mind in delivering peak physical and mental transformations.
  • Award winning bodybuilder:
    Contest History... 3rd Middle Weight 2003 Georgia State Championships
  • Certified personal trainer from 1993 - 1995 at World Gym in Atlanta.
  • ACE Certified personal trainer 2002-2005
  • Top 100 finisher in the 2001 Body For Life Challenge.
  • Former martial artist that trained and competed for 8 years.
  • Model and developer for Body Blog online fitness journal software (
  • Featured in Atlanta Sports Magazine for involvement in the WishLift charity event

For more information on me, click here, or go to:!

Years Bodybuilding: Since 1990
Favorite Body Parts: Quads
Favorite Exercise: Squats
Favorite Supplements: Whey Protein
Hobbies: Bodybuilding, web design
Favorite Bodybuilders: Jay Cutler, Troy Alves, King Kamali, Dorian Yates, Franco Colombu.
Height: 5'7
Offseason: 230lbs
Contest Weight: Light Heavy
Chest: 43
Calves: 16.5
Legs: 27
Arms: 16.5
Waist: Between 29-34


  • What Is Muscle Failure And How Does It Correlate With Intensity?

    The key is to take your muscles to the point where you recruit these smaller assistance muscles. Learn why and how it demonstrates your intensity!

  • An Interview With Allison Williams.

    To the average person she is a stunning petite but fit super hottie. To the trained eye Allison represents the next generation of fitness competitors to grace the stages.

  • An Interview With Charles Poliquin!

    Charles is known worldwide for producing faster athletes. When a country wants a Gold medal, they come to Charles. Learn all about his training style, his customers, and why he is hailed the most successful strength coach in the world!

  • Where Does Your Motivation Come From?

    This article is meant to ruffle some feathers. Your opinions may differ, but my belief structure has taken me from a pretty lazy party guy, working out two or three times a week in my early years of college to a go get'em.

  • Gain Muscle Like A Pro, WITHOUT The Drugs!

    Many people don't know how to dedicate their free time to make significant changes in their bodies. Learn what I did to break my plateau and how I gained 54 lbs of lean mass!

  • Playing The Mental Game!

    If you can't think big because of self doubt then it's time to start playing make believe. Learn how to play the mental game!

  • An Interview With Dan Dufresne!

    Dan is ripped, roaring and ready to destroy the stages and earn his pro card in 2003. He may only be 5'5 but he carries a whopping 200lbs on that small frame. With help from his training partner, IFBB Pro, Tom Prince, he is on his way to becoming a pro.

  • The S.M.A.R.T. Method!

    It stands for: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Time-Constrained. This same test can be used to help us identify a good goal.

  • 2003 Show Of Strength Review!

    What a weekend this was. The GNC Show of Strength was one of the most impressive weekends I've ever had the pleasure of being a part of. Check out some awesome pictures and commentary from the show!

  • Dealing With The Critics!

    People can be completely insensitive and nonunderstanding. Bluntly, I'd say SCREW EM! Not one single person knows what it's like to be in another's shoes. Learn how to deal with the people who try to put you down!

  • Psycho Quad Growth!

    When you dedicate yourself to put your body through this type of punishment you WILL see better results that many of the others out there, I PROMISE! It's all about what you want. Do you want to be average or do you want psycho leg growth?