2013 Junior Nationals Overall Winner: Allen Richards: An Exclusive Interview
The NPC Junior Nationals is a competition that’s been known to produce future stars. In the past few years we’ve seen athletes like Anthony Pasquale, Kevin Jordan, and Jon Delarosa take the overall crown on their way to becoming NPC stars and, in the case of Jon Delarosa, an IFBB Pro.
Sassy69: Forum Member of the Month, July 2013
Sassy69 is a great contributor to Rx Muscle. Let's learn more about this cat loving, scuba diving, weight training, and sense-making female physique artist!
With Great Genetic Potential Comes Great Responsibility:
An Exclusive Interview With IFBB Pro Roman Fritz
If you were asked to make a checklist of what it takes to be a championship bodybuilder it might look something like this:
1.) Elite Genetics
2.) Dense Muscularity
3.) Classical Symmetry
4.) Relentless Work Ethic
5.) Championship Mentality
Paul Poirier: Test of a Man
My grandmom is legendary for her sayings and one-liners. One of Gram’s sayings that’s really stuck with me through the years is “God gives his hardest battles to his strongest soldiers.” If that’s the case, then Dr. Paul Poirier has been on the front lines fighting the battle against brain cancer for nearly three decades.
Meet Potential: An Exclusive Interview With Cory Mathews
The word potential gets thrown around a lot in bodybuilding to the point where it’s almost become cliché’. There’s no escaping it. The problem with overusing a word is that we start to undervalue the true meaning of it after being beaten over the head with the same worn out phrases time and time again.
Exclusive Interview with James Hollingshead
Last year one of the hottest names in British bodybuilding was James Hollingshead. The twenty-three year old future star caught the attention of the bodybuilding world at the 2012 UKBFF London Championships where he brought in an eye popping package of size, symmetry, and aesthetics.
Chuck Carter: Heart of a Champion
Perspective is a funny thing. We tend to view our problems as being the worst, or the most severe until we see a story that reminds us how lucky we are. It put things in perspective. It allows us to view things through another lens, even if that glimpse is brief.