What Really Works To Burn Body Fat

Dear Friend, The questions I seem to get over and over are always a variation of “how do I build muscle/strength?” or “how can I get rid of this body fat?”. A few weeks ago I mentioned to somebody that I’m dieting because I haven’t seen my abs clearly in over a year. They replied, […]

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How To Build Powerful Back

Deadlifting can be tough, no doubt about it. But, once you get used to it you won’t want to stop because it gives RESULTS! The back is one of the main areas to focus on for increasing overall body mass (legs are the other) and no other exercise HITs all areas of the back like […]

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3*3 Training Split

First of all, what does “3×3″ mean? 3×3 stands for training the “big three” (squat/bench/deadlift), three times a week. This may sound like too much, but there is no assistance work. You just squat, benchpress and deadlift each workout, three times a week. 3×3 works on the thought that since every lift includes all these […]

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Why Arent You Growing?(part 2)

Virtually everything you’ve ever read from a bodybuilding magazine is heresy and should be regarded as not worth the paper it was printed on. The programs written by the so called “superstars” of the bodybuilding world were actually ghost written by some guy in a cubicle who doesn’t know a thing about proper training, programming, […]

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Why Arent You Growing?

1. You overtrain and under eat. These are listed as the main primary reason because they go hand in hand and BOTH must be balanced or you can forget growth. The most perfect training regimen will fail miserably if diet is not there to support it. And conversely, the most perfect diet will be wasted […]

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Warming Up Propertly

How NOT to warm-up Let’s use the Bench Press as an example here. For sake of description we’ll say that 275 is the maximum for 3 reps. Here is how most people do a bench workout. They load the bar with 135 pounds and do about 10 or 15 reps. They’ll rest a few minutes […]

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Should You Use Anti Inflammatories?

Anti-Inflammatory Treatment of Acute and Chronic Soft-Tissue Sports Injuries from Medscape Pharmacotherapy Louis C. Almekinders, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Introduction Recreational and sports activities at any level have an inherent risk of injury. The majority of injuries affect the musculoskeletal system, which includes the bones, joints, […]

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Montreal Pro Classic

Enjoy some pictures from Montreal Pro Classic. 1st place – Johnnie Jakson, 2nd place – Darrem Charles, 3rd place – Quincy Tailor, 4th place – King Kamali, 5th place – Denis Wolf.

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