Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Olympia 2016 Breakdown: The Real Reason Kevin Levrone's Legs Were Small | Straight Facts by Jerry Brainum



Published on Sep 20, 2016
Our Post Olympia 2016 coverage continues! In our latest episode Jerry takes a break from the question/answer formula to talk about the 2016 Mr. Olympia competition in detail. Most specifically... the real reason why Kevin Levrone's legs were so small and lacking. Watch it in the latest episode of Straight Facts above.

Jerry also breaks down the entire top ten line up from Phil Heath, Dexter Jackson, and Shawn Rhoden... all the way down to Justin Compton and Dallas McCarver.



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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Do You Lose Muscle When You Get Off Steroids? | Straight Facts With Jerry Brainum



Published on Sep 13, 2016
In many ways steroids are par for course in bodybuilding. It doesn't magically give you muscle but it does make your hard work and intense fitness training go a lot farther. But once you earn all that muscle... do you lose it if you stop taking steroids? Jerry Brainum busts another myth in our latest episode of Straight Facts. Watch it above!

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Have you been ripped off  by supplement makers whose products don’t work as advertised? Want to know the truth about them? Check out Jerry Brainum's book Natural Anabolics, available at JerryBrainum.com.

 

The Applied Ergogenics blog is a collection of articles written and published by Jerry Brainum over the past 20 years. These articles have appeared in Muscle and Fitness, Ironman, and other magazines. Many of the posts on the blog are original articles, having appeared here for the first time. For Jerry’s most recent articles, which are far more in depth than anything that appears on this blog site, please subscribe to his Applied Metabolics Newsletter, at www.appliedmetabolics.com. This newsletter, which is more correctly referred to as a monthly e-book, since its average length is 35 to 40 pages, contains the latest findings about nutrition, exercise science, fat-loss, anti-aging, ergogenic aids, food supplements, and other topics. For 33 cents a day you get the benefit of Jerry’s 53 years of writing and intense study of all matters pertaining to fitness,health, bodybuilding, and disease prevention.

 

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Monday, August 29, 2016

Steroids Should Be Legal by Jerry Brainum


Jerry Brainum makes a strong case as to why steroids should be legal and also comments on how bodybuilding is perceived as a sport by the mainstream media



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The Applied Ergogenics blog is a collection of articles written and published by Jerry Brainum over the past 20 years. These articles have appeared in Muscle and Fitness, Ironman, and other magazines. Many of the posts on the blog are original articles, having appeared here for the first time. For Jerry’s most recent articles, which are far more in depth than anything that appears on this blog site, please subscribe to his Applied Metabolics Newsletter, at www.appliedmetabolics.com. This newsletter, which is more correctly referred to as a monthly e-book, since its average length is 35 to 40 pages, contains the latest findings about nutrition, exercise science, fat-loss, anti-aging, ergogenic aids, food supplements, and other topics. For 33 cents a day you get the benefit of Jerry’s 53 years of writing and intense study of all matters pertaining to fitness,health, bodybuilding, and disease prevention.

 

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