Kerry Dulin


I have always been into health and fitness however I began bodybuilding as a means of overcoming a drinking problem. At the age of 40 I quit drinking and began going to the gym 3 times a day to keep myself occupied and out of the bar. I won my first competition a year later. I now have a more manageable program, have 12 trophies to show for my efforts and have 3 health and fitness websites.

Age: 44
Height: 5' 11 1/2"
Weight: 190 (season) 215 (off season)
Years Bodybuilding: 7 years
Favorite Body Parts: Legs and triceps
Favorite Exercise: Squats
Favorite Supplements: Optimum Nutrition 100% Whey and MetRx
Hobbies: Bodybuilding, Submission Fighting and Guitar


  • Bigger Biceps For Beginners - The Smart Way To Train Your Biceps.

    To increase your arm size in the shortest time possible it is important that you stick to the basics. By basics, I mean the lifts that will give you the most return on your investment. Don't waste your time on non-productive movements...

  • Shut Up & Grow!

    You're a warrior, you've paid your dues. Others have come and gone and yet you've remained. Countless nights in irons cold embrace. You have been faithful to the cause, lifting religiously, offering your body as a sacrifice on the alter of steel.

  • Washboard Abs Before Spring!

    Abs are sexy. I know it and you know it. While other magazines and e-zines will try to pump you up with some bullshit story about how you can use the latest fitness program or supplement that will melt away fat. This one is going to tell you the truth.

  • Another One Bites The Dust!

    Do you want to be a bodybuilder? Do you want to live through the pain everyday? Check out this story about a guy I used to know and let me know if this has helped you determine if you want to be a bodybuilder!

  • What Is Natural Bodybuilding?

    The term natural has undergone multiple revisions in the last few years. Learn what I think natural bodybuilding is and why!

  • Pyramid Power: Building A Firm Foundation!

    A pyramid set typically begins with a light to moderate weight that can be lifted with good form for 10 to 12 repetitions. Learn why this technique works so well!

  • The Psychology Of Bodybuilding!

    Be honest, truly honest with yourself as you read this. In doing so, the goal is to make ourselves more complete bodybuilders and perhaps more complete individuals as well.

  • Do What You Can.

    If you have achieved a competitive physique, you are most likely in pain! Shoulders, knees, elbows, lower back, somewhere you have regular pain. This is what sets the true athlete and competitor apart from someone who merely wants to be in shape...