Posted 29 July 2015 by

10 Inspirational

Female Physiques Vol. 4

1. Christmas Abbott

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Christmas Abbott


2. Vanessa Tib

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Vanessa Tib



3. Anllela Sagra

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Anllela Sagra


4. Sue Lasmar

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Sue Lasmar


5. Sandra Prikker

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Sandra Prikker


6. Pauline Nordin

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Pauline Nordin



7. Nathalia Melo

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Nathalia Melo


8. Ramona Valerie Alb

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Ramona Valerie Alb



9. Zoe Daly

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Zoe Daly



10. Marissa Rivero

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Marissa Rivero





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Posted 22 July 2015 by

10 Inspirational

Male Physiques Vol. 3

(In no particular order)

1.  Max Philisaire

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Max Philisaire


2.  Frank Medrano

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Frank Medrano


3.  Kane Sumabat

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Kane Sumabat


4.  Zac Smith

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Zac Smith


5.  Steve cook

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Steve Cook


6.  Rob Riches

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Rob Riches


7.  Alex Carniero

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Alex Carniero


8.  Ross Edgely

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Ross Edgely


9.  Samuel Dixon

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Samuel Dixon


10.  Julian Navarro

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Julian Navarro



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Posted 18 July 2015 by

Workout Routine:

Jacques Fagan

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Monday (Shoulders)

Seated Dumbbell Press (increase weight each set): 3 sets x 12,10,8 reps

Military Press barbell: 3 sets x 15 reps

Side Lateral raises: 3 sets x 15 reps

Front Lateral raises: 3 sets x 15 reps

Upright Rows: 3 sets x 15 reps

Shrugs: 3 sets x 15 reps

Tuesday (Triceps & Biceps)


Tricep Pushdown: 3 sets x 15 reps

Scull Crushers with EZ bar (increase weight each set): 3 sets x 15, 12 ,10 reps

Dips: 3 sets x 15 reps

Tricep Kickback: 3 sets x 15 reps


Standing Barbell curl: 3 sets x 15 reps

Seated Dumbbell Curl (increase weight each set): 3 sets x 15,12,10 reps

Preacher Curl EZ bar: 3 sets x 15 reps

Standing Dumbbell Hammer curl: 2 sets x 15 reps

Wednesday (Chest)

One week dumbbell, other week barbell

Flat Bench-press: 3 sets x 15, 12 , 10 reps

Incline Bench-press: 3 sets x 12 reps

Decline Bench-press: 3 sets x 12 reps

Flat Fly's: 3 sets x 15 reps

Cable Crossovers: 2 sets x 20 reps

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Thursday (Legs session 1)

Single Leg Lunges: 3 sets x 12 reps

Leg Press: 4 sets x 15,12,12,10 reps

Lying Hamstring Curls: 4 sets x 15,12,12,10 reps

Stiff Deadlifts: 3 sets x 15 reps

Seated Calve Raises: 4 sets x 20 reps

Friday or Saturday

Chin-ups Wide Grip: 3 sets x reps till failure

Lat Pull-downs: 3 sets x 15 reps

Pull Downs Close grip: 3 sets x 15 reps

Seated Pully rows/Low row: 3 sets x 15 reps

One Arm Dumbell Row: 3 reps x 15 reps

SUNDAY (Leg session 2)

Squat: 6 sets x 15,12,10,8,8,6 reps

Leg Extension: 3 sets x 30 reps

Front Squat: 3 sets x 10 reps

Standing Calve Raises: 6 sets x 15 reps

Jaques Fagan Interview

Posted 16 July 2015 by Andréa's Protein Cakery

Recipe: Coconut Avocado

Protein Popsicles


Makes 5 popsicles (3oz or 90ml each).


  • 1 medium avocado (150g)
  • 1 cup unsweetened coconut milk (240ml)
  • 6 drops coconut stevia (or to taste)
  • 1/4 cup unflavored whey protein powder (23g)
  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened shredded coconut (15g)



  • Combine avocado, coconut milk, and stevia in a blender or food processor until smooth.
  • Add whey protein and blend until smooth.
  • Stir in shredded coconut.
  • Spoon into popsicle mold. Tap the bottom of the mold a few times to level the mixture and to release any air bubbles.
  • Cover mold and insert popsicle sticks.
  • Freeze for 4 hours or more.
  • Release popsicles from mold, and enjoy!


Per popsicle:
Protein: 5g,
Carbs: 5g (2g fiber, 1g sugar),
Fat: 6g,
Calories: 91

Follow Andréa's Protein Cakery, and find more protein popsicle recipes in her new ebook: 25 Healthy & Delicious Protein Popsicle Recipes! Only $4US!
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Posted 26 July 2015 by Melih F. Cologlu

Recipe: Chocolate

Protein Banana Bread

Recipe: Chocolate Protein Banana Bread
By Melih F. Cologlu

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  • 3 Scoops of Grenade Hydra 6 Chocolate Charge (50% WHEY ISOLATE & 50 % CASEIN IN ONE)
  • 1.5 Bananas - mashed
  • 1/2 Cup Plain, Fat free Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 Cup Egg Whites
  • 1/4 Cup Blueberries
  • 1 TBSP. Raisins
  • 1/4 Cup Strawberries - diced
  • 1 TBSP. Peanut Butter
  • 1/4 Cup Old Fashioned Oats
  • Cinnamon - optional


  • Mix all ingredients together. (Depending on consistency, add in more egg whites for thinner consistency or more protein powder for thicker consistency.)
  • Spray loaf pan with PAM, then pour mixture in.
  • Bake at 350 degrees F for about 30-40 minutes, or until a knife comes out clean from center.



  • 196 Calories
  • 20 gr. Protein
  • 20 gr. carbs
  • 4 gr. fat

Created by Melih F. Cologlu: Facebook

Posted 19 July 2015 by Nick Wilson

The Pros And Cons Of

Training Like An Athlete

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Pros And Cons Of Training Like An Athlete

I am sure, if you love sports you would want to train like an athlete, look like them or get a physique like them. However, the elite level of fitness and tenacity that top athletes possess can seem out of the world and you may start doubting your own potential.

Athlete training has its own pros and cons. Most of its pros allow them to succeed in their sport year in and year out and its cons could be experienced after one retires. Though, many of them reap benefits long after they had retired.

Sure, you don't have the Olympics coming up, but that doesn't mean you can't experience the benefits of a tailored, task -specific and level-appropriate training program. Still not sure, let's see why you should or why should not train like an athlete.

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Prevents Back Injury

The most common issue of today's generation—lower back pain. Hours spent sitting at the desk makes lower back pain an unavoidable issue. However, by using sport specific core training regimen, you can strengthen important stabilizer muscles as well as the lower back. As a result, these muscles learn to work together—phenomenon known as reciprocal strength, which prevents you from any kind of injury and improves your performance.

Improve Slower-Body Strength And Coordination

Mind if you are going for a trek, and after walking a few meters, you start losing your lower-body strength. Moreover, our daily activities like walking up and down the stairs, chasing down the bus require lower-body strength. Running and cardio are surely good for the heart, but they don't count as lower-body exercises. Lower body exercises help you maintain an active lifestyle as well as enhance athletic performance. It improves your gait for easier walking, improves balance, gives you more eccentric control and enhances recovery through growth hormone production. More often, neglecting moves such as squat or dreadlift can lead to higher chance of injury.

Create Upper-Body Symmetry

Lifting weights can lead to imbalances which can hinder progress in other motions and lead to injury. Both front-to-back and side-to-side, helps us function every day and prevent injuries. Athletic upper body exercise programs are designed to balance strength and muscle development. So, instead of  just doing the bench press in the gym, mix incline bench press to improve their pushing strength from a different angle.

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There Are No Shortcuts

The biggest issue you may face is the time taken to realize the desired results. You might have seen many athletes on covers of magazines or on the television-- they all have been training for many years-some for even decades. In order to get willing results, you need to spend enough time for it. There are no shortcuts. Consequently many young trainers end up falling into the trap of the more-is-better mentality, only to burn out relatively quick, going months without any gains in strength and size.

Aesthetics Matters

Certainly, you feel spellbound to see someone else with a great physique and would definitely want to have physique just like that person. Such people who can manage to eat 5,000 calories per day, never does cardio, maintains 5% body fat year-round might be fortunate enough to have genetically-blessed parents. Some of us really can't reach that level just because of our not so strong genetics. You must learn to work with the genetics you were born with and commit to doing the best you can with your potential.

The Threat Of Skin Diseases

Training like an athlete could involve numerous drawbacks, and one of them is stubborn skin diseases. If you are really training as hard as an athlete, get ready the potential fungal, yeast or bacterial infection in between your toes, your feet or sometimes on your back. Gym conditions, exposure to extreme climates for hard training— could really take a toll on an athlete or the one's who want to train like an athlete. You must keep your hygiene at an optimal level. Shower with all natural soaps wash hands and feet regularly, let some air get into your shoes—sweat can really make it damp inside your shoes, giving you infections.

Training like a pro athlete is not as easy as you thought, but you never know if you become a star athlete tomorrow by overcoming the aforementioned cons.
All the best, have great time training!

Written By Nick Wilson


Posted 20 July 2015 by

Workout Routine:

Matthew St George

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Day 1 – Primary Day

Squats: 5 sets x 5 reps
Bench: 4 sets x 7 reps
Overhead Press: 4 sets x 10 reps

Day 2 – Accessory Day

Dumbbell Row: 4 sets x 8 to 10 reps
Hammer Strength Row: 4 sets x 8 to 10 reps
Lat Pulldowns: 4 sets x 8 to 10 reps
Single Arm Cable Curl: 4 sets x 8 to 10 reps
One Arm Preacher Curl: 4 sets x 8 to 10 reps
Tricep Pushdowns: 4 sets x 8 to 10 reps
Overhead Dumbbell Extension: 4 sets x 8 to 10 reps

Day 3 – Primary Day

Deadlift: 5 sets x 5 reps
Bench: 4 sets x 7 reps
Overhead Press: 4 sets x 10 reps

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Day 4 – Accessory Day

Seated Machine Crunches: 5 sets x 10 reps
Standing Calf Raise: 10 sets x 10 reps

Day 5 – Accessory Day

Dumbbell Row: 4 sets x 12 reps
Hammer Strength Row: 4 sets x 12 reps
Cable Crossovers: 4 sets x 12 reps
Single Arm Cable Curl: 4 sets x 12 reps
One Arm Preacher Curl: 4 sets x 12 reps
Tricep Pushdowns: 4 sets x 12 reps
Overhead Dumbbell Extension: 4 sets x 12 reps

Day 6 – Primary Day

Squat: 5 sets x 5 reps
Bench: 4 sets x 7 reps
Overhead Press: 4 sets x 10 reps

Day 7 – Accessory Day

Seated Machine Crunches: 5 sets x 15 reps
Seated Calf Raise: 10 sets x 15 reps

Matthew St George interview

Posted 13 July 2015 by Interview:

Micquel Wright

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How and when did you start training?

During my mid teens I had lot of surplus energy and participated in a wide range of sporting activities. I started lifting weights when I was 15 after a unit near the family house was converted into a gym. As soon as I stepped foot in the gym I instantly felt a burning Micquel Wright q1.pngdesire inside to lift as much weight as I could. I found myself getting bigger and stronger faster than all of my friends and most of the gym members around the same age as me. Shortly after my first visit to the gym I became a member and vowed to bench press 100kg on my 17th birthday. This was my first goal in weight lifting and I reached my goal with ease. This was my first big milestone in my lifting career.

What motivates you to keep going?

Training is my therapy. It has helped me in so many areas in my life. It’s like an addiction but to me it’s a lot more than that, it’s a way of life. I see my life as a business and as businesses aim to improve year on year, so I do. Training has taught me discipline, it helps me to have a structured routine, set targets, achieve goals and meet deadlines. Training has had a huge impact in my life and it has helped me achieve goals not only in the gym, but also in my personal life.

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What advice would you give to a complete novice, someone who is out of shape and doesn't know where to start?

Anything worth having in life takes time, hard work and dedication but once you achieve your goals, especially your desired physique it can be yours for life or many years to come.

Education is the key; you will never stop learning about fitness or bodybuilding. It is so complex but yet so simple at the same time.

My advice to a complete novice would be to spend a few weeks reading magazine articles, bodybuilding & fitness books and watch as many tutorial videos on youtube from industry professionals. For me Dorian Yates and Elliot Hulse are easy to understand and deliver all you need to know! Once you have learnt what it takes to achieve your goals you should book a few personal training sessions at a commercial gym and god willing after 12-18 months you will be ready to clang some iron and make some serious gains!

Do you follow any particular nutritional protocol like IIFYM,intermittent-fasting, carb-cycling, paleo etc?

I train at a very high intensity so my body is under constant demand for calories. My nutritional protocol will vary depending on my goals at the time. For example, in the weeks preceding a photoshoot I decrease carbohydrate intake and increase my carb intake the night before the photoshoot for my muscles to appear full. I gauge my carb intake/reduction from visual interpretation of photos taken at regular intervals (weekly basis).

I currently train with Lewis Yates, Dorian Yates’ son and we are learning about my body. We are experimenting with various nutritional protocols but committing to a specific protocol does not work for me at this moment in time.  

Intermittent fasting – I have done this hours before photoshoots and I imagine I will do this before my big competition at the UKBBF in 2016.

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Do you listen to music whilst training?

Mostly hip hop, Meek Mills – Dreamchasers 3, Rick Ross – Teflon Don, Waka Floka – Flokaveli, Young Jeezy – Thug Motivation and Floorfillers – Warehouse Party Disk

What are you most proud of?

Outside of the gym I am most proud of my family. My aunt has held me up through difficult times. Unconditional love is almost impossible to find outside family and after a long day of training or a carb cycle every athlete needs a person who understands them, especially when their tolerance levels drop due to depletion.

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Do you bulk and cut or stay lean year round?

I do not understand weight trainers who do not bulk. For me it’s weird as all of my bodybuilding inspiration comes from the 80’s and 90’s, an era where they clearly had an off-season for bulking.

It is common knowledge to me that to make mass gains you must increase calories which scientifically means you will lose condition, staying tight and lean all year round. Not increasing my calorie intake would not have allowed me to jump from 90kg to 110kg in 2 years. However, if I was paid to model a 90kg aesthetic physique, my outlook would have obviously changed but that is not where my heart lies within the sport of bodybuilding.

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Who are your favourite athletes, bodybuilders
or fitness models?

Dorian Yates is the king and definitely my favorite bodybuilding personality of all time. His achievements have come from humble beginnings and speak volumes. I find it strange when people who lift don’t know who he is.

Flex Wheeler was one of the all time under-rated greats. He embodied power and aesthetics.

Cedric McMillan has become my most recent favorite because I can achieve a similar physique. People tell me we look like we are related and look alike but I’m definitely better looking! HAHA

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What supplements do you use if any?

I have been using a clean iso protein for the past few weeks for my photoshoot as it has no carbs and no fat. However, I usually use MMA Protein GHRP5, my current sponsors, as it has a time-release protein matrix comprising 5 different proteins.

For the past 5 months I have been working on my own pre-workout supplement called EXTREME VENOMPOWER. I anticipate this to be on the shelves in the next few months with the help of MD Nutrition based in Birmingham. My pre workout has been developed at maximum potency without the usual effects or feeling you would associate with a come down. You can see the effects of EXTREME VENOMPOWER in my last few workout videos.

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What top tips would you give to anyone wanting
to get CutAndJacked?

1.  Once you have passed the intermediate rookie stage there are no excuses. Pin a picture of an inspirational bodybuilder on your wall as a constant reminder of what you want to achieve and continue to study their books, videos etc.

2.  Diet is ultimately the difference between a 1 pack and 6 pack.
My 3 key diet tips are:

  • Avoid dairy products as they hold water under the skin which will make you appear smooth;
  • I have found that cutting out bread reduced my body fat considerably;
  • The golden rule is any food that is white is bad for you during cutting/dieting season i.e. bread, potatoes etc.

3.  So you want to get cut and jacked? Think 80’s – 90’s era, loud music, no pretty boy business and some heavy ass weight.  Three simple steps that will help you:

  • Break it down
  • Recover
  • Build it back up!

Micquel Wright
Age: 28
Weight: 106kg
Height: 6’2”
Location: Birmingham, UK


Posted 14 July 2015 by Interview:

Nigel Calland

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How and when did you start training?

When I was 16 I got an apprenticeship as a steel erector/rigger. It meant working around the country on different power stations. This is when my love for the gym started. Every new place I moved to I joined an old school bodybuilding gym. The atmosphere in these types of gyms are truly inspiring for a person like me, but obviously they can be hugely intimidating for many people.

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What motivates you to keep going?

Success in competition, striving for personal excellence, health. Also, I find the gym to be a kind of meditative space, where I can connect with my body and disconnect my mind, allowing me to de-stress.

What advice would you give to a complete novice, someone who is out of shape and doesn't know where to start?

Be consistent. Everyone f**ks up and nobody is a machine, so if you mess up, don’t dwell on it and beat yourself up, just move forward. Also, if you don't feel confident that your program is effective or doing what you want it to do, then why not hire a professional. Just 1 session with a good expert can teach you a whole lot about yourself and give you reassurance that you are on the right path.

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Do you follow any particular nutritional protocol like IIFYM,intermittent-fasting, carb-cycling, paleo etc?

I use various protocols, depending on my goals but generally I restrict carbs to a short time period each day to maintain insulin sensitivity. I admit that I followed my own advice above and hired an expert to guide me. He gave me a range of different tools to experiment with and to prevent me stagnating.

Do you listen to music whilst training?

I listen to house and techno whilst training, mainly on soundcloud. Defected in the house is my favourite channel. Amine edge is definitely my favourite dj, their mixes get you buzzing.

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What are you most proud of?

I'm pretty proud of my skills in the kitchen. I can make seriously tasty meals that I can have while cutting. It's all about the meal prep. One mistake that people often make is that they forget that many sauces and marinades/dressings have a considerable amount of sugar in them, some of which is HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) which is particularly damaging from a metabolic perspective.

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Do you bulk and cut or stay lean year round?

As a fitness model and sponsored athlete, I have to stay in shape year round. I think it is potentially unhealthy to bulk and cut because you are ‘doubling up’ on your arterial fat. Once when you eat the fat and then again when you liberate stored fat from cells into the blood stream as you cut.

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What is your training routine like?

At the moment I'm training legs on a Monday and Thursday. Tuesday chest, triceps and abs. Wednesday back and biceps. Friday shoulders. Saturday I train arms and abs. I usually do 3 exercises on each muscle. I'm doing 4 sets of 15 as my primary goal is to build muscle. Focusing on time under tension 4 seconds eccentric 1 second concentric.

Who are your favourite athletes, bodybuilders or fitness models?

There's so many outstanding physiques and personalities out there Ryan Terry, Logan Franklin and James Alexander Ellis are my favourite.

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What supplements do you use if any?

I am a big fan of l-leucine for its ability to switch on muscle protein sysnthesis. Glutamine to maintain guy health and a ‘neutraceutical’ stack called @neuroprime’ from which has huge doses of important cellular co-factors such as co=enzyme Q10, r-ALA, NAC etc. This replaces the need for a multivitamin and rejuvenates my mitochondria giving me better daily energy and fat burning.

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What top 3 tips would you give to anyone wanting
to get CutAndJacked?

1. Consistency, consistency, consistency! Don't give up the first time you make a mistake/'cheat'.
2. Hire a good coach who individually tailors your nutrition and monitors you and is passionate about your progress.
3. Set a clearly defined set of intermediate goals so that you don’t get intimidated by the major goal(s). It is an established psychological principle that you should break every big goal down into smaller 'bitesized' chunks.

Nigel Calland

Instagram @nigelcalland_fitness
Twitter @nigelcalland
Facebook Nigel Calland Fitness


Posted 18 July 2015 by

CutAndJacked Interview:

Jacques Fagan

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How and when did you start training?

When I was 16 I started training. I was always an active guy and playing sports but really started taking my training serious from a young age.  It's all about consistency and living a healthy balanced lifestyle.  Being a skinny guy never did my confidence any good and I guess that was the main reason for starting to make a difference in my own life.

It's not a short term goal to be in shape, it’s a lifetime goal for me. I’ve always played sport and been an active person and in 2010 I stepped out of my comfort zone, prepared for my first fitness show and stepped on stage.

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2. What motivates you to keep going?

Training stimulates not only your body but also your mind.   The will to succeed . Challenging myself on a daily basis to improve motivates me. A Firm believer that a healthy body is a healthy mind. The discipline of training is something I bring into all aspects of my life. What you put in you get out!

What advice would you give to a complete novice, someone who is out of shape and doesn't know where to start?

Nothing good comes easy and by being consistent results will come, and as soon as you start seeing it, that will motivate you to push even harder. Always remember why you started in the first place. Be humble and always remember the 3D’s – Dedication, Jacques Fagan q1.pngDiscipline, Determination... If you apply these in all facets of your life, you’ve got a one-way ticket to success. Set short and long-term realistic goals and never give up. You are the only one who can take charge of your live! A healthy body is a healthy mind! Educate yourself about healthy food choices and training programs for your specific goal. #Rise&Grind

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Do you follow any particular nutritional protocol like IIFYM,intermittent-fasting, carb-cycling, paleo etc?

Not really, I follow a balanced healthy diet all year round. Listen to my body and try not to starve myself from specific foods.  I believe it's important to get a good combination of protein, carbs and fats in all of your meals. If you train hard and keep active there is nothing wrong having a cheat meal. Moderation is key. As you get to know your body through experience and knowledge it's easy to manipulate and get away with some “not so good foods”. When I prep for competitions and photoshoots I’m really strict and implemenent some sort of carb-cycling.

Do you listen to music whilst training?

I love listening to motivational clips. It's my first choice and have loads of them.  That to me keeps me focused and keeps my mind on the end goal!

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What are you most proud of?

Beside all my personal achievements I think of how I have grown as a person and have seen that along the journey of life I can inspire others to also step out of their comfort zones. I won numerous different modelling shows and fitness competitions but the person I have become through my life journey is what I am most proud of.  

Always stay humble, grateful and understand that the good and bad in life serves us to grow. Training and fitness not only made me tough physically but more so mentally.

Do you bulk and cut or stay lean year round?

I prefer to stay lean year round. Training hard and eating healthy keeps me on track.

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What is your training routine like?

Full Workout Routine

Who are your favourite athletes, bodybuilders
or fitness models?

Usain Bolt, Muhammad Ali, Greg Plitt.

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What supplements do you use if any?

Pre-workout: USN Hyperdrive

Intra Workout: USN Amino Lean or BCAA Vitargo

Post Workout: USN Hardcore Whey GH

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What top 3 tips would you give to anyone wanting to get CutAndJacked?

1. Consistency is key

2. Follow a healthy clean diet and stay away from sugar

3. Set realistic short and long-term goals. It keeps you motivated!
(Apply the 3D’s – Dedication , Discipline , Determination)

Jacques Fagan

Year of birth: 1984, 
Weight: 85kg 
Height: 1.84 
Location: South Africa-Pretoria




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