The Summer 2014 issue of Building the Body quarterly is being finished at the printers and we plan to mail it out the weekend of . If you've had it with muscle mags that are 75% advertising, full of photos of overgrown bloated monster physiques then check out our publication: No paid advertising, no freaky physiques. Our goal is to promote the symmetrical physique with great photos and interesting articles:
The Most Muscular Pose gives Frank's view on why posing is necessary for anyone who wishes to measure progress effectively.
What About Bulking Up? If you want to develop the best look to your physique this is why you should not bulk up. Why gain a bunch of weight (fat, water, some muscle) and then lose it when you trim down leaving you where you started?
Selective Growth is what quality bodybuilding is all about, that is isolating those body parts you want to grow. Learn how to pump up the small body parts and get better balance to your development.
Let’s Grow is not about Bulking Up. Frank's new book explains in great detail how to grow those body parts that contribute to your overall proportionate symmetrical look.
Life’s too short to fish with a dead cricket is the story of Blake Sherrod, who in 50s, dropped 40 pounds of fat in under 4 months. Read his story, see his amazing before and after photos!
Latman describes how to get wider fuller lats, what to do and how to do it. See bodybuilding' widest lat spread, learn who is Latman!
Bodybuilding: State of the Art - All the mail we get wants to see more of the symmetrical physiques from the 60s, 70s, and 1980s before mass became master. Our goal is to show these physiques and tell their story.
What is Potential? Behavioral psychologists say there is no such thing since it's not a behavior and you cannot measure it. But we say it's a mixture of what they are born with and what they do to cultivate it. Can potential be a curse?
Is 70 the New 40? As older physiques look younger and younger is it possible to look 20 or even 30 years younger than your chronological age by training, eating, and thinking right?
Letters asks some interesting questions that deserve honest answers.
How Much Carbs? Eat too much carbs and you'll get fat, don't eat enough of them and you lack energy, brain power, and the ability to get a pump in your workout. What's the right amount?
Frankly Speaking about supplements describes our latest experiments with N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine to build immunity and healthy skin and hair. And learn about our new Nature Pacs for easy convenient vitamin/mineral/phyto-nutrient supplementation.