Improving Chin-Up Performance

By: Charles Poliquin Chin-ups involve the sternal portion of the pectoralis major, latissimus dorsi, teres major, posterior deltoid, the rhomboids, the middle and lower portions of the trapezius, and the elbow flexors. A wide variety of sports require strength in these muscles, particularly sports that require powerful upper body pulling action such as judo and […]

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Bring Your Mass Alive With Deads

By: AnimalPak Have you ever heard the advice that a bodybuilder should not deadlift because it makes his waist wide and thick? It is a proven fact that if you want quality muscle, heavy deadlifting is one of the best overall muscle-building exercises. I’ve been a world-ranked powerlifter and competitive bodybuilder for nearly 25 years […]

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The Return of Lee Priest

It’s official, Lee Priest is back! According to Steve Blechman, “Lee’s signed an exclusive contract with Muscular Development and is currently awaiting word from the IFBB on his possible reinstatement”. If things go as planned, Priest would be eligible to compete at this year’s IFBB Muscular Development Atlantic City Pro on September 13 in Atlantic […]

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Jay Cutler Selling BMW 645CI On EBAY

Mr. O selling BMW on Ebay FLEXONLINE.COM You can eat what he eats, wear what he wears, train like he trains. Now, you can drive what he drives. It’s only a click away on Ebay. Two-time and reigning Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler is selling his black convertible 2005 BMW 645CI, and it could be yours […]

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Blood Doping! All about it and how athletes do it.

by: George Spellwin Professional Cyclists, Runners, and Skiers are Blood Doping! Here’s why they do it, and how they do it. Many professional athletes have taken to the practice of blood doping in order to gain a competitive edge in their field. But there are those who are crying that doing so can have serious […]

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Random Steroid Testing for High School Athletes

by: George Spellwin Dear friend and fellow athlete, In an effort to cut down on the supposed growing problem of steroid use among high school athletes, some states are imposing random steroid testing for students who play sports. But can we really afford to do this and how far will the testing go? Lets face […]

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Gym Etiquette

By: Jon Huston If you are like me, the gym is a sacred place where you can go to get away from the hustle and bustle of the everyday world. It is a place where you can let off all the steam that builds up after eight hours of taking orders or listening to complaints. […]

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