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The Road to Mr. Olympia (II) – The Game Changer

To read the first chapter of the trilogy, click here.Mr. Olympia 1991 saw Dorian make his stunning entry on the world-class bodybuilding stage as he shocked the world at his first Mr. Olympia. He came

A Story About Overcoming Injury from #shadowarrior Dan Cristian

Our #shadowarrior Dan Cristian has been through a lot in the past 6 months. After traveling to Germany for the Shadow Line supplements global launch, as he was getting ready to impress yet another crowd

BCAA Overview

BCAA or Branched Chain Amino Acids are a compound supplement widely used in the fitness world because they can help the muscle tissue to grow, reduce soreness, and improve the recovery time if taken properly.

The first ever Mr. Olympia competition that Dorian took part in was against his own idol in 1991, Helsinki

The Road to Mr. Olympia (I)

Prologue To get on the Mr. Olympia stage, you need to know one thing: the race is long – and in the end, it’s only with yourself. The road you’re traveling on is paved with

Glutamine – the history and the benefits

Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the human body. Because recovery is at the forefront of every athlete’s mind when it comes to striving to reach their potential, DY Nutrition’s The Glutamine improves

Dorian Yates only fallowed the HIT training system and he was able to workout with high weights in order to achieve muscle fatigue.

HIT workout or pre-exhaustion training

HIT workout is the precursor of the well-known Blood and Guts training program created by Dorian Yates, the legendary champion respected around the world for his knowledge of training and nutrition. But the HIT or

Blood and Guts Dorian Yates HIT barbell rows

Blood and Guts program – the legacy of the HIT workout

Developed by Dorian Yates in the 90’s while training for his Mr. Olympia competitions, the Blood and Guts program has its roots in Arthur Jones’ HIT system and Mike Mentzer’s Heavy Duty system. When the

Dorian Yates Mass Monster work ethic

Whatever it takes

When you gather the best athletes in the world and pit them one against each other, head to head, toe to toe, what makes the difference? They all have good genes, they all excel at