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Competition Articles

Lindy's Competition Tips
In this article we will explore the most effective ways to get results through manipulating your macronutrients. How much protein, fats and carbs you should be having each day to reach your goals can be very personal and require review to personalize you meal plan to work for you. I aim to equip you with the knowledge on how to use your food to change your body composition. The key is to get the timing and types of foods just right. The most important thing is that this plan is maintainable. It becomes a way of life so there will be no need to chase anymore FAD diets.

If many of you are like me and struggle to stay sane after a long and very demanding comp prep, you are not alone! There are a few ESSENTIAL things you NEED to know when it oomes to maintaining your health and sanity AFTER the big day is over!! Many people fail to realise that you cannot maintain your competition diet all year round! As little as a week or two after competition, we all hate that we are not as lean and hard as we were the day of the show. Learn my strategies that have helped combat those post-competition blues away!

Did you ever wonder why some people seem to make so much progress in such a short space of time? There are a few things that will really help you get to where you're going, sooner rather than later!

Finding a personal trainer isn't as easy as it sounds. That's why we're here to help. Goal setting, what do you know about it? Nothing, well then you just happen to be in the right place at the right time. Check out some of the hints and tips that I got from my sports psychologist. It doesn't get better than that! :o)

Now I know I was supposed to be writing an article about weight training but I’m going to take a slight detour, so bare with me. Recently I haven't been firing on all of my cylinders and being the curious creature that I am I decided to do some investigation into it. I’ve been sleep deprived of late; it was physically and psychologically obvious to me and to everyone else. It got me thinking, "how important is sleep?”. So I decided to look into why sleep was so important, especially for us bodybuilders. After some extensive research I decided that if this information is useful for me then it would most probably be useful for other bodybuilders. So here I am, ready to share with you what I've discovered and my personal thoughts on the subject.

If you don't know where to start, then this article is for you!

A bikini body doesn’t just have to be for summer. Marissa Lippert, one of New York’s top dieticians and author of The Cheaters Diet , tells us how to avoid the pitfalls of winter eating.
By Sarah Pope

A season full of rain, wind, cold and sun deprivation is enough to send anyone running in search of comfort food. But, with a few tricks of the trade, Marissa says there are plenty of ways to beat the winter blues!