Author Bio

Will Brink ImageWill Brink is a columnist, contributing consultant, and writer for numerous health/fitness, medical, and bodybuilding publications. His articles on nutrition, supplements, weight loss, exercise and medicine can be found in magazines and journals such as “Muscle Insider”, “Lets Live,” “Muscle Media 2000,” “MuscleMag International,” “Life Extension,” “Muscle & Fitness,” “Inside Karate,” “Exercise for Men Only,” “Oxygen,” “The Townsend Letter For Doctors,” as well as many international magazines.

He is the author of the book “Priming The Anabolic Environment: A practical and Scientific Guide to the Art and Science of Building Muscle,” as well as various chapters in sports nutrition related textbooks and is author of the e-books “Fat Loss Revealed” and “Brink’s Bodybuilding Revealed.”

Will graduated from Harvard University with a concentration in the natural sciences, and is a consultant to supplement companies. He has co-authored several studies relating to sports nutrition and health and published in peer reviewed academic journals.

He has served as an NPC judge and as a Ms. Fitness USA judge. A well-known trainer, Will has helped many top level bodybuilders through all facets of pre-contest and off-season training. He was an Adjunct Trainer at Smith & Wesson Training Academy and has written the book “Practical Applied Stress Training, for Tactical Law Enforcement”, named after the class he taught. He has worked with athletes ranging from professional golfers, fitness contestants, and police and military personnel.

His articles and interviews can be found on many internet web sites such as: LEF.org, Testosterone.net, NavySeals.com, ThinkMuscle.com, MuscleMonthly.com, as well as many others, including his own site BrinkZone.com.

Will has lectured at trade associations and universities around the United States and has appeared on numerous radio and television programs to examine issues of health and fitness.

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