New for 2013, the BodyPower Expo is proud to present the USN BodyPower Classic
In a giant step towards raising the profile of bodybuilding within the UK, the BodyPower Expo is building upon a long standing relationship with USN, to take competitive amateur bodybuilding to the next level.
As BodyPower gears up for its 5th instalment, billed as the best year yet and anticipating up to 40,000 visitors through its doors over 17th-19th May, the number of world renowned athletes featuring in this year’s line-up seems to know no bounds.
Do you ever wonder how the WWE’s Stephanie McMahon has managed to maintain a body that would rival an IFBB bikini pro or even one of her own pro wrestling Divas? It’s not like she hasn’t been busy the past few years. With her famous hubby Triple H, the two have welcomed three beautiful baby girls to their family all the while putting in typical 12 hour work days that she seems to shrug off as business as usual.
Stephanie’s typical day is like most full time executives in the corporate world—with just a tad bit more attention to detail on her diet and training than the average working mom. The alarm goes off at 6am. She heads into the kitchen to make her Species Nutrition Isolyze protein drink and downs a handful of her nutritionist, Dave Palumbo’s recommended morning supplements: Mineralyze, Omegalyze, and Juice Plus. By 6:30 she’s got the kids out of bed and the house is awake. Breakfast is cooking and it’s about that time to shuttle the little ones off to school.
I was shocked when I opened my email to find a message from the news director of TMZ, the huge media website, enquiring about an exclusive story on RxMuscle! This article is a feature by Matt Meinrod about how Stephanie McMahan (First Lady of the WWE) got into the best shape of her life after having her 3rd child using Dave Palumbo's diet, Species Nutrition Supplements, and Joe Defranco's functional athletic training principles.
If You Love Bodybuilding Can You Ever Retire?
Have you ever been passionate about something—a desire so strong it consumes your every thought of every day? Unless you fall ass backwards into success, being great requires a relentless pursuit towards your goal. One that comes with ups, downs, forks in the road, and tons of people telling you, “no,” “you can’t,” and “just give it up.”