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Hypertrophy

How to add muscle and stay shredded

Adding size without increasing body-fat levels can be done, but requires a total overhaul of the way your train, eat and recover, says Ryan Terry Ryan Terry is an IFBB pro men’s physique model, Arnold Classic European men’s physique champion 2013 and a USN sponsored athlete. He is based in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. When I first started training all I really cared about was my abs. I did a lot of cardio, swimming and gymnastics and worked my abs daily. There were very defined but had no real depth or thickness. And I thought carbs were the devil and spent most…

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Hypertrophy

Ryan Terry on the secret weapon that built his body

Finding a training partner who was bigger, stronger and more knowledgable than me transformed my physique by teaching me a better way to train, eat and recover, says Ryan Terry Ryan Terry is an IFBB pro men’s physique model, Arnold Classic men’s physique champion 2017 and a USN sponsored athlete. He is based in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. In 2011 I started training with pro bodybuilder and current Mr Pro Universe Dave Titterton, having spent the previous seven years training by myself. It’s no exaggeration to say that he completely transformed my approach both physically and mentally to training, nutrition and recovery.…

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Hypertrophy Strength

How our experts smash their final sets

Ryan Terry is an IFBB pro men’s physique model and Arnold Classic European men’s physique champion 2013. He is based in Doncaster, South Yorkshire Focus on the muscles you want to fire Ahead of a last rep that I know is going to test me to the limit I take a second just to compose myself and think about the muscle I am using to really get it to fire. When I am really struggling I also always visualise my opponents or rivals and think about standing next to them on stage. I have to know that I have left…

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