• Mike Ohearn Mike Ohearn

    In today’s society, it’s hard to believe superheroes exist. Conventional thinking would have you believe they are confined to the pages of comic books, movie screens and TV shows. Transcending convention, Mike O'Hearn sets the standard for a modern-day superhero.

  • Alicia Harris Alicia Harris

    Socrates once quipped “No citizen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training...what a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable." Optimum Nutrition and Bodybuilding.com sponsored athlete Alicia Harris is one who won't ever wonder the beauty and strength that her body is capable of.

  • Julien Greaux Julien Greaux

    From the island of St. Barth with nothing but four hundred dollars and 2 duffel bags... Oh! and a dream. Mixed martial arts expert Julien Greaux risked it all to be the next big action star. With deals in the works that indicates mission has been accomplished, we caught up with Julien to find out all that we could about him from which form of martial he would pick in a street fight to his clothing line Team Rude Boy and just how he maintains his incredible physique ...

  • Get VICIOUS with Sidney Wilson ! Get VICIOUS with Sidney Wilson !
    Celebrity trainer, Men's health cover model Sidney Wilson is known for his approach to work and Life with his moniker  "Get Vicious" .  Human Engine talks with Sidney to see what makes him tick. In the process, 
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  • Anatomy of a deadlift Anatomy of a deadlift

    Very few exercises stimulate growth like the deadlift does. As well as being one of the main exercises used as a benchmark of overall strength, the deadlift is relatively simple to execute and a big strength and mass builder! Unfortunately, it is also one of the exercises many people think they do correctly, but don’t.

  • Protein: how much and how often?  Protein: how much and how often?

    ...The question of protein quantity at a meal and frequency of protein consumption has been debated almost as often as total protein consumption.  Quite often we see the question, “what is the max level of protein that one can benefit from at a meal and how long often should I consume it?” 

  • Booze and Brawn Booze and Brawn

    Alcohol, like high-fructose corn syrup and caffeine, is one of the most misunderstood substances that many people regularly consume. Lots of people enjoy drinking and have questions about alcohol consumption and their weight management  goals. I'm often asked how much alcohol someone can get away with drinking before it starts interfering with their plans to get a six pack





  • What type of cardio is right for me ?

    What type of cardio is right for me ?


              Why is it that cardio is always the hot topic of fitness discussion and seems to be the fix all solution to burning fat? As we have all learned and we have written about in the past that cardio is not the fix all solution when it comes to body compositional changes anymore

  • Anatomy of the shoulder press

    Anatomy of the shoulder press

    The press is another of those exercises that can be used to develop strength and musculature in a variety of muscles. Along with the bench press, the shoulder press should be part of any training programme geared towards increasing strength in the upper body.

  • Exercise Today For A Better Brain Tomorrow

    Exercise Today For A Better Brain Tomorrow

    It's widely understood that exercising at the gym will help improve strength, speed, endurance, and an overall level of physical fitness, but what many people do not realize is that exercise actually also helps your brain.

  • ACL Tears

    ACL Tears

    ACL stands for Anterior Cruciate Ligament, which is one of the four major ligaments in the knee. Knowing this, an ACL tear is simply when this particular ligament has been torn...

  • Nutrient Timing Endures: Circadian Rhythm Protein Timing

    Nutrient Timing Endures: Circadian Rhythm Protein Timing

    When I started bodybuilding some 7 years ago, everyone I knew ate big breakfasts and 6 meals a day. It was also commonly accepted that carbs should be limited to the start of the day while ‘slow’ forms of energy should be consumed later in the day. Before bed, people said to take casein with some fat to prevent night time catabolism. I can’t even begin to recount how often I’ve eaten oatmeal with whey for breakfast and cottage cheese with flax seed before bed.

  • Organic or Conventional Foods… Which One ?

    Organic or Conventional Foods… Which One ?

    this whole debate about which is healthier for you “organic or conventional (regular) foods,” has gotten out of hand. 







Alicia Harris Interview

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