Take Pride

IFBB Men’s Physique Pro Steven Cao takes pride in everything he does. When you’re seeking to be the best in the world, there can be no easy workouts, no skipped meals and you must find a level of commitment that others never dreamt possible. To be the best at anything,… Read More

What Does BPI Stand For?

“For the longest time I didn’t have a plan for what I was going to do with my life – and even if I were to come up with one, I didn’t have the experience or skills to achieve it. There was only one place where I felt some sense… Read More

Taking BCAAs Pre/Intra/Post Workout

Co-founder of BPI Sports, James Grage, shares why branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) are his favorite supplement outside of a protein powder. By supplementing with BCAAs you’re giving your body a source of fuel Grage says. He also prefers BCAAs because it stimulates protein synthesis. Amino acids are the building… Read More

Jay Cutler & Regan Grimes Interview

4x Mr. Olympia, Jay Cutler, sits down with aspiring Mr. Olympia, Regan Grimes for an in-depth interview on healthy eating, size, conditioning, role models in bodybuilding and more. Cutler and Grimes both know the amount of work and determination it takes to influence the… Read More

Tyrone Bell Talks Best Creatine™

BPI Sports athlete and owner of Legion Training, Tyrone Bell, breaks down one of the most widely researched supplements in the fitness industry -creatine. In the video, Tyrone takes you through the benefits of creatine, why you should take it, and how you should be using it. Tyrone asks, “Who… Read More

Tyrone Bell Talks 1.M.R Vortex™

Tyrone Bell, a BPI Sports expert, explains how 1 M.R. Vortex™  can help you take your workout to the next level. According to Tyrone, the standout feature of the energy-packed pre-workout is its lactic acid buffer effect. 1 M.R. Vortex™ has the ability to push through your build… Read More

Tyrone Bell Talks Best Creatine Defined™

BPI Sports athlete and expert, Tyrone Bell, explains how Best Creatine Defined™ benefits athletes who want to increase energy, build muscle, optimize recovery and improve strength. The all-in-one creatine formula helps promote lean, hard muscle gains, fullness and definition while also boosting athletic performance. Tyrone says its one of… Read More

Tyrone Bell Talks 1.M.R™

Tyrone Bell, a featured BPI Sports expert, breaks down 1.M.R™ and explains how the pre-workout can benefit your workout routine like never before. 1.M.R™ is an all-in-one, extremely intense, powerful formula that boosts your energy, improves focus, elevates your performance and increases your strength. This amplified pre-workout formula includes… Read More

The Right Way to Do a Pull Up/Chin Up – Dr. O’s Five Pillar Exercises

The pull up/chin up is the last of the pillar exercises we’ll be covering with Dr. O. The pull up and chin up are similar exercises, but the pull up is performed with a wide, overhand grip and the chin up uses a narrow, underhand grip. Both of these exercises… Read More

The Right Way to Squat – Dr. O’s Five Pillar Exercises

The squat is a full-body pillar exercise, a movement that every training regimen should include. But what is the right way to squat? In this short video, Dr. Brett Osborn explains the correct form. Approach the rack bar, placing it evenly across your posterior deltoids. Position your feet directly under… Read More

The Right Way to Overhead Press – Dr. O’s Five Pillar Exercises

Working on building your shoulders? In this video, Dr. Brett Osborn explains the right way to perform the overhead press, a staple upper body exercise. Approach the bar and grasp it with an overhand grip, a little wider than shoulder width apart. Hold it chest high, right below your chin,… Read More

The Right Way to Deadlift – Dr. O’s Five Pillar Exercises

The deadlift is one of the most important exercises to have in your arsenal, however many people don’t perform them correctly. Dr. Brett Osborn breaks down the right way to deadlift: 1. Stand in front of the bar, feet shoulder-width apart, with your toes pointed slightly out. 2. Grasp… Read More