Bryan Locke

Background

A successful teenage bodybuilder from Gander, Newfoundland, Canada. I have been bodybuilding for several years now and enjoy Judo, Boxing, and Jogging.

How did I get started? At the age of 16, I lost a fight, and I had one thing on my mind, get big, then get even. I love the fact that I can set a goal and eventually reach it through hard work, dedication, and persistence.

Articles

  • Supersets For Super Size!

    Even though you may have used supersets in your training before, you may not know it in all its forms, or the many different ways to incorporate it into your workouts.

  • Supersets For Super Size!

    Even though you may have used supersets in your training before, you may not know it in all its forms, or the many different ways to incorporate it into your workouts.

  • Ballz 2 Da Wall Intensity!

    There seems to be a lot of stuff being kicked up recently about the way I train. People are entitled to their own opinions, but to be quite honest, I'm getting sick and tired of these people trashin' the way I train, so I think I'll kick...

  • Forced Reps!

    This training principle is based on Strip Sets, but instead of losing intensity while stripping the weight, you are able to force out a few extra reps with minimal assistance from a spotter.

  • Forced Reps!

    This training principle is based on Strip Sets, but instead of losing intensity while stripping the weight, you are able to force out a few extra reps with minimal assistance from a spotter.

  • The Ultimate Cutting UP Program!

    In order to reap full benefits and excel in the sport, you must try to understand exactly how the human body works and how it will react to certain dieting and exercise strategies.

  • Cardio For Bodybuilders!

    Similar to resistance training, there is science involved with cardio to heighten its results. The amount of bodyfat lost is in direct relation to the number of fat burning elements you zero in on.

  • Eccentric Training!

    Eccentric training is much more demanding on the muscles and therefore it fatigues them far more than you could concentrically.

  • Eccentric Training!

    Eccentric training is much more demanding on the muscles and therefore it fatigues them far more than you could concentrically.

  • Anatomy Of A Rep!

    The repetition is the single most basic, but at the same time, the most fundamental factor in bodybuilding.

  • Anatomy Of A Rep!

    The repetition is the single most basic, but at the same time, the most fundamental factor in bodybuilding.

  • Train Heavy... But Train Smart!

    More muscle is what I'm after, not the approval of the pack. This should also be your attitude if you really want to see what your genetics will allow you to do. Here are two general rules to adhere to while training heavy.

  • Ten Rules For Protein!

    Ten simple guidelines can help make you into the powerful monster you always wanted to be.

  • Ten Rules For Protein!

    Ten simple guidelines can help make you into the powerful monster you always wanted to be.

  • Effective Full Range Of Motion!

    Range of Motion. The knowledge and application of this concept, or lack there of, is often the deciding factor weather or not all your hard work in the gym will pay off into maximum muscle growth.

  • Optimizing Creatine!

    Creatine monohydrate is by far the most popular bodybuilding supplement on the market today. Creatine can also increase lean muscle mass, accelerate fat loss and increase the rate of protein synthesis, while minimizing protein breakdown.

  • Optimizing Creatine!

    Creatine monohydrate is by far the most popular bodybuilding supplement on the market today. Creatine can also increase lean muscle mass, accelerate fat loss and increase the rate of protein synthesis, while minimizing protein breakdown.

  • The Ultimate Mid Section!

    In order to get that ripped and rock hard mid section, your training consists of hundreds and hundreds of painful and uncomfortable reps, or does it really have to?

  • The Power That Is Glutamine!

    Glutamine promotes anabolic conditions in muscle tissue and boosts the rate of protein synthesis by increasing the hydration in muscle cells.

  • Overtraining!

    Overtraining is a major factor that will determine the quantity and quality of your gains in the gym.