Although fish oils may not be the first supplement that leaps to mind when you think of piling on muscle mass, experienced bodybuilders have long valued essential fatty acids (EFAs) for their unique combination of fitness-supporting benefits.
Celebrated for his insane workouts and magazine-cover-worthy physique, fitness icon Cory Gregory has recently taken his game to an entirely new level. In this exclusive ProSource interview, we talked to Cory about the value of settng (and writing down) new goals, his unusual new training regimen, and what it's like to reach your fitness peak at age 36.
The only thing more important than installing quality manufacturing methods, is knowing what to do with them. There is no replacement for experience, and in an industry where companies rise and fall with the seasons, we’re proud to say we’ve been excelling at what we do for almost 20 years.
Packing on 15 pounds of muscle in 90 days can be a daunting task. You've got to sync up nutrition, supplementation, and training in perfect precision-targeted synergy to get there. Fortunately, ProSource is here to help as we've charged our supplement expert Dwane Jackson, PhD and expert trainer Noah Bryant with the task of devising the ultimate 90-Day Mass Monster Regimen. It's time to grow!
The arrival of a new ProSource Supplement Catalog is always cause for celebration among serious athletes. And rest assured, this winter’s catalog is packed with all the phenomenal savings and expert reviews of top-brand products you’ve come to expect from us.
By Cory Gregory, MusclePharm Co-Founder and Senior President | Thursday, July 18, 2013 10:49:51 AM America/New_York
[Editor's Note: You didn't think you were gonna take a day off, did ya? Cory Gregory is back again today, with a fierce desire to crunch your core until you beg for mercy. Today's magic number is 25, as Cory unleashes a regimen of ab wheels, weighted crunches, decline bench sit-ups, kneeling cable crunches, back extensions and band good mornings, all designed to tighten up that core and bring those abs out where you can see 'em. Good luck, people.]