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Cory Gregory Is In The Best Shape Of His Life . . . At Age 36!

Cory Gregory Is In The Best Shape  Of His Life . . . At Age 36!
The Fitness Guru Shares His Secrets forImproving Upon the Ultimate Mindset & Physique! Long-time visitors to ProSource.net know that MusclePharm co-founder and executive vice president Cory Gregory is a guy we like to talk to. We’ve talked to him about supplements; we’ve talked to him about the future of our industry and MusclePharm’s place in it. His famously extreme workouts have long been among the most popular training articles we’ve ever run. Lately, the news

ProSource Exclusive Interview with Philadelphia'sVersatile Offensive Game Breaker James Casey

ProSource Exclusive Interview with Philadelphia'sVersatile Offensive Game Breaker James Casey
for a chance to win this product! In the world of professional football, James Casey is what is known as a "match-up nightmare." At 6' 3" and 240 pounds, he's one of the "new school" of pro football tight ends. Like superstars Rob Gronkowski, Antonio Gates, and Jimmy Graham, he's big enough to play fullback, fast enough to beat linebackers and safeties across the middle of the field, and tall and strong enough to o

Ripped and rock-hard at 62, Patrick Campbell proves that age is nothing but a number

Ripped and rock-hard at 62, Patrick Campbell proves that age is nothing but a number
As our bodies age, our strength and vitality fade. We trade physical pursuits for less taxing endeavors, a nod to the inevitable decline of our bones, muscle and connective tissue. This is the fate that awaits us all, right? Actually, no. Emphatically ... no. The symptoms of aging have a lot more to do with surrendering to lowered expectations than any unavoidable physical manifestation. Just ask Patrick Campbell. He's been defying Mother Nature for decades, maintaining a body many

Making an Impact

Making an Impact
Niners Special Teams Ace Shares His Workout Wisdom San Francisco emerged as one of pro football's most exciting stories in 2011, as they shook off a disastrous 6-10 season in 2010 to go 13-3, win their division, and come within one overtime score of advancing to the Super Bowl. After years in the sub-.500 doldrums, the Niners now have a bright future linked to high-impact young pros like Patrick Willis, Justin Smith, Vernon Davis, and Alex Smith. Better yet, in an era of hyperdrive offenses,

LONDON CALLING

LONDON CALLING
Elite-Level Track Athlete Leroy Dixon Takes Aim at London Olympic Gold in 2012 When U.S. track athlete Leroy Dixon lines up for a dash at history during the 2012 Olympic Games, a nation will stand at the ready to cheer him on. What they may not realize is that this elite-level sprinter - standing on the world's biggest athletic stage aiming for his enviable moment of golden glory - at one point wasn't even the fastest runner in his own house. "I started running track and field in fifth

There Can Only Be One

There Can Only Be One
Brute Strength Propels Doug Madewell in His Quest to Be World's Strongest Man "My biggest goal is to be the World's Strongest Man. Hey, who wouldn't want a title like that? It just sounds cool." Admit it -- it does sound cool. So it's hard to blame  29-year-old strongman competitor Doug Madewell for taking direct aim at the title, hell-bent on moving whatever anchors, anvils and Atlas stones they may throw in his way. The 5'11", 245-pound married father of two, who hails from Dayt

Running For Respect

Running For Respect
Grambling State's All-Time Leading Rusher Frank Warren Sets His Sights on the Pros The buzz surrounding the upcoming pro football draft has been all about the media-anointed breakout talents--Clemson defensive end Da'Quan Bowers, Auburn defensive tackle Nick Fairley, LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson, Texas A&M outside linebacker Von Miller, Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green, and perhaps the most compelling athlete of them all, Heisman Trophy recipient and

DRIVE FOR THE TOP 5

DRIVE FOR THE TOP 5
Hard-charging IFBB pro Charles "Roksolid" Dixon won't be denied his slot in the elite bodybuilding ranks You know those stories of bodybuilders who started out as the proverbial weakling, last picked for teams in gym class, bullied by the jocks? Well, Charles Dixon isn't that archetype. Dixon has always been an athlete, starring in football, basketball, baseball and track in high school in his hometown (and current residence) of Greenville, South Carolina. H

Paying His Dues

Paying His Dues
Formidable NPC Competitor Michael Moore Hones His Physique and Keeps His Eyes on the Prize The road to greatness can be a long one in any sport, though no path is longer or more torturous than that which exists in bodybuilding. This is due, in large part, to the exclusivity that holds sway in bodybuilding's top pro ranks. In any given year, how many pros have a realistic shot at a Sandow? Three? Four? How many pros are realistically capable of getting the Top 10 placings in major events tha

The Beast Unleashed

The Beast Unleashed
Marine Corps Sergeant David Douglas Takes Aim at the Power Lifting Elite You'd never know it today, but the man they call The Beast was once turned away by his high school football team because he was too small to play any position on the field. He can laugh about it now, but that rejection lit a fire within Marine Corps Sergeant David L. Douglas that burns brightly to this day. He is, to put it simply, not a man who's willing to take "no" for an answer, especially
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