Interview by Abel Csabia with Eric Helms who share his thoughts on the mindset and philosophy of coaching, providing free content and service to people, as well as tracking macros and training frequency. They also delve into balancing a fitness and other enjoyable things in life to ensure that we get the most out of our time on this planet! … Read More
In this episode Alberto Nunez, Eric Helms, and Andrea Valdez discuss what they would like to see happen in the sport of natural bodybuilding. I think they have some pretty solid insight into what would make the sport better and hopefully in the future we will see some or all of these idea’s incorporated in the future. I know some … Read More
Erick Helms of the 3DMJ is interviewed by Jared Bichler of Progressive Fitness worth checking out! First off, it’s great to have you back Eric. As always, I appreciate you taking time out of your busy schedule to provide value for others. Can you catch everyone up on what it is you’ve been up to since our last interview? Eric: … Read More
Eric Helms of 3DMJ is featured in another video on Omarlsuf’s YouTube channel to answer the question “Do You Really Need Protein After Your Workout?” As always Eric does a great job in explaining the how’s and the why’s of the topic so we can be better at implementing this knowledge into our own lives.
This is the fifth and final interview with the coaches of 3DMJ. This time Eric interviews the newest coach to join the 3DMJ team, Andrea Valdez. I think Andrea is a great addition to the original 4 coaches of 3DMJ. Andrea has an interesting background which enabled her to be in a position to take on this new opportunity with … Read More
This is the forth interview in this new podcast series by 3DMJ. This time Andrea interviews coach Jeff Alberts, aka “The Godfather”. Jeff created 3D Muscle Journey as a blog to chronicle his 2009 contest prep and from there it has grown into what is is today. Jeff has been bodybuilding for 30 years and he shares his amazing journey … Read More
Jeff presents another amazing roundtable discussion, this time on the topic of training volume. This is 2 hours long but covers a ton of information and experience from knowledgeable coaches who discuss if minimum effective volume or maximum recoverable volume is the best approach to optimal gains?