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This is the main feature for serious bodybuilders. Get full access to ALL 39 STRENGTH GRAPHS!
Plan your workouts. Includes all associated calendars, reports and graphs. Printable.
Copy, move, paste and delete single or multiple days. Move around complex set data.
Graphically see how your actual training compares to your training plan. 10 graphs.
Get FULL nutrient breakdown in reports and graphing. Full nutrient report summaries.
Health graphs. Swim, bike and run cardio graphs, more nutrition graphs. 12 graphs total!

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    Everything you want to know about how was created.

    I'm Ron, the creator of the site.  I've been a bodybuilder since early highschool (now 32).  A started lifting with Arnold's encyclopedia way back in the day - back then he was one of my idols.  I was never able to make great gains in putting on mass though. 

    It was only about 6 years ago that I was at a new job and my manager was an ex-bodybuilder and had done some competitions.  I learned a lot from him on mass-building, namely hit each muscle group once a week for full recovery, go to failure with a spotter, and the extreme importance of diet (lots of meals of chicken and potatoes!)...with that I put on about 15lbs of lean mass. 

    Since then I have added endurance sports (swim, bike and run) to my regimen to keep me lean.  It's a tough balance to say the least.

    I have been the developer of an endurance training log for another site, but since bodybuilding is still one of my passions, I decided to create a very functional training log for bodybuilders to log and track their progress online...PLUS allowing you to see other peoples detailed training. is the result. 

    I am a scientist by nature with a background in polymer chemistry, so I realize the importance of using the right tools to log and accurately track your progress in your training.  That said, is dedicated to adding new tools and features to keep you motivated while enabling you to get the most out of your training.


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