Bulk Nutrients Ambassadors are as diverse as they are talented. Representing a cross section of amateur and professional athletes who use Bulk Nutrients Products.

How To Avoid The Summer Blow Out

Did you know over the course of a lifetime, research shows the majority of overall weight gain comes from the Christmas and New Year holiday period? Why this time period? On average, Australians gain 0.8kg to 1.5kg over this period and researchers have found that more often than not, this …

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Getting Started With Your Transformation

Have you been saying year after year that this year you’ll make a change to get fitter and live more healthily? We all start the year off with gung-ho momentum wanting it to be our best yet, but after a few weeks what happens? Most people lose interest and slip …

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Hitting A Front Squat PB

Why train front squats? Training front squats differs from training back squats. While you can’t go as heavy, you can train different muscle groups. Front squats work the quads and upper back due to the placement of the bar causing the body to have to maintain a more upright posture …

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How To Set And Smash Goals In 2018

Now that we are coming to the end of 2017, as you look back on your year can you confidently say you have tried your hardest to smash your goals? Maybe you did or maybe things didn’t really go to plan. That doesn’t matter now as it’s only a few …

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‘Tis The Season

So many individuals find the holiday season difficult to deal with when trying to stick to their fitness goals. There are endless celebrations, from end of year work functions, to Christmas events and New Year’s Eve parties. For many of us, these celebrations revolve around alcohol, socialising and a whole …

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15 Tips For Top Training And Nutrition

I joined my first gym when I was 15 years old. This year I turned 30 which means I’ve now been training for 15 years, or half my life. While I certainly am no expert, I do have a fair share of experience both initially as an inexperienced lifter and …

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How To Avoid Procrastinating

Are you procrastinating? So many people who want to get started on a healthier lifestyle, get too caught up in all the details that they never feel confident enough to just begin! They fill their time searching for the perfect program and constantly comparing the thousands of programs out there. …

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2017: Reflect, Reset And Refocus

As the end of the year fast approaches I find myself in a similar thought process to previous years. A huge part of my lifestyle is about honest self assessment and goal setting… How will you achieve greatness without even knowing what you’re striving for? Here are some simple tips …

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A Squat Session With Dave Napper

Why train squats? Squats are great for building lower body strength and also work your core. They can also help to promote balance and mobility and should be incorporated into all workout plans where possible. Today’s session Today’s session was my heavy low bar squat day. I currently train heavy …

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The Hardest Part

So many competitors look forward to the excitement of finishing their competitions. They spend months on end eating out of containers, planning and basing their lives around training to ensure they bring the best package they can to the stage. They plan months in advance the treats they will devour …

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The Cognitone Power Nap

In our non-stop 24/7 lives of longer working hours and never-ending online interactions, most of us aren’t getting enough sleep. The importance of sleep I’ve written a previous blog about the importance of getting enough sleep. Quite simply, sleep is the most powerful restorative process for the body. Whether you’re chasing …

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Building Strength With Dead-lifts

Want to work on your dead-lifts? Dead-lifts are a great way to strengthen the posterior chain and aid both back and glute gains. Some background info on today’s session Today’s session is all about building my dead-lift strength in preparation for an upcoming Powerlifting Australia competition. My dead lifts are …

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How To Stay Healthy While Travelling

Many people are hesitant to go on holidays as they are afraid of breaking their routine and undoing all of their hard work. I can relate to this from my own experiences. But holidays are meant to be enjoyed and it is definitely possible to relax, have fun and avoid …

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Everything You Need To Know About A Pedometer

What is a pedometer? A pedometer is a device which counts each step a person takes by detecting the motion of a person’s hips. It is a tool to help increase your physical activity and motivate you to achieve your results. When activity levels are low, it is one of …

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Training For A Powerlifting Competition

At the moment this is my fourth and final session I do on Friday each week. I’m currently three weeks out from my next Powerlifting Australia competition so the weights are gradually increasing while the reps are decreasing. How this session works Front squats are to build up quad strength …

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Jump Aboard The Front Squat Gain Train

As a competitive power-lifter, back squats (or just squats) are by far the most important squat variation. However I am also a massive fan of the often overlooked front squats. Here’s a recent 200kg front squat triple from my training. Currently my all time front squat personal best is 220kg …

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Clean Treat Vs Regular Treat: Comparing The Nutritional Benefits

Most of you know me as the creator of recipes for the Bulk Nutrients recipe blog, but I also have my own social pages via Clean Treats. One of the most frequent comments I hear when people see everything I create is; “If I made all of that food all …

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What is Mas Wrestling?

Mas Wrestling is the international name used for the traditional stick pulling competition “mas tard’yhyy” from the Russian Federal Republic of Sakha. How does Mas Wrestling work? Two athletes sit opposite one another and prop their feet against a wooden board. They both grab onto a single wooden stick and …

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