Counting Calories 101

Whether it’s a fitness model, bodybuilder or professional athlete, every one of them has had to count calories at some point in their career. When it comes to nutrition and maintaining a balanced and healthy lifestyle, counting calories is a great way to find out how the different things you eat can affect your body … More Counting Calories 101

Physique Update #6 – Peak Week: 1 Week Out!

Saturday (June 6th/15) was the start of what is called “peak week.” It is used by bodybuilders, fitness models and physique competitors to “peak” while on stage or for a photo shoot. Starting one week before your competition or photo shoot you start manipulating water, sodium, potassium and carbs to showcase the best physique possible. … More Physique Update #6 – Peak Week: 1 Week Out!

Physique Update #5 – Rundown, Exhausted and Hungry

Hey guys, I’m currently 10 days out from my show and getting excited. The last few weeks have been super hard on me. My immune system crashed and I wasn’t feeling great for just over a week but I’m back at it and pushing myself hard. I’ve been feeling super rundown, depleted and exhausted the … More Physique Update #5 – Rundown, Exhausted and Hungry

Leg Rehabilitation

13 months ago I ruptured my quadriceps tendon on my right leg due to Crohn’s disease related side effects. I’ve had a lot of serious injuries but this is by far the worst, most debilitating injury I have ever had. 13 months later I still cannot run or jump caused by articular cartilage damage in … More Leg Rehabilitation

Tuna Avocado Rice Cakes – Dieting doesn’t have to taste bad

I’m coming up on 8 weeks out from my first men’s physique show and that means my diet has to be dialed. I keep my protein intake high and increase my fat intake while lowering carbs. I can’t eat many vegetables but tomatoes and avocado seem to be alright. High protein, low carbs and packed … More Tuna Avocado Rice Cakes – Dieting doesn’t have to taste bad