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Post your best tips on bodybuilding. Threads broken into video clips, social media, websites and top tips (handwritten) plus articles and guides. Intending to grow this into a repository of top evidence-based info for guys looking to gain muscle mass.
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  2. Some diet and nutrition guides for bodybuilding: general dietary breakdown, meal planning, MD overview. General dietary breakdown: https://www.bodybuilding.com/content/8-muscle-building-diet-essentials.html Meal planning guide: https://www.bodybuilding.com/content/meal-plan-for-every-guy.html MD review: https://www.verywellfit.com/the-weight-trainers-bodybuilding-diet-3498427
  3. Y3T program example by Neil Hill: https://www.bodybuilding.com/content/neil-hill-workout-program.html
  4. Pete Hartwig's (Aus) posing routine is too awesome to pass up. https://www.facebook.com/groups/muscleasylum/permalink/1541049099342486/
  5. With permission I would like to add The History of Physical Culture, which although dealing with the very much old school methods of training used by such pioneers as Eugene Sandow, William Bankier and the late Leo Robert, shows that the information they generated when building their bodies is just as useful then as it is now https://www.davidgentle.com/ Declaration of Interest: I have been a member since November 2014 and have contributed an article to their library (which is a paid access section) about the history of physical culture in comics.
  6. Post your top bodybuilding tips in written format, as well as links to articles and guides here. Show us what works best for you! Here is a useful intro guide on natural bodybuilding: https://www.jackedfactory.com/natural-bodybuilding/
  7. Post the best sites you've found on bodybuilding, hopefully rich in either clinical evidence or how-to guides. Here's a few for starters: PubMed.gov provides millions of clinical research articles to the public, for free. Downside: you need to know what you're looking for in advance, and knowledge of medical terminology will help: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/ Bodybuilding.com provides lots of good bodybuilding information. Downside: very commercial and commercially-influenced: https://www.bodybuilding.com/index.html
  8. Post some of the best bodybuilding websites you know of here featuring profiles. Bodybuilding.com features Bodyspace, which they've been running for a long time. Downside: not much capability for networking: https://bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/ BigMuscle.com has lots of profiles of guys in various stages of development. Downside: not bodybuilding-focused: http://bigmuscle.com/
  9. This is a great, brief intro video on the sort of diet (heavy protein, re-upping on protein every ~3 hours) it takes to keep muscle growing.

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