Training With Muscle Soreness: Should You Do It?

by: Nick Nilsson Muscle soreness is something that every trainer has experienced. The typical advice is to wait until you’re not sore to train that muscle again. But what if you can actually get BETTER results by training when sore! It’s safe to say that muscle soreness is something EVERY trainer has experienced at some […]

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The Reality Of Strength Training Exercise

by: Sean Nalewanyj When strength training became a popular way of athletic preparation back in the 50’s and 60’s, everyone was rushing to find the “best” way to train. Back in these early days, very little attention was given to the “scientific” aspect of the sport. Your average lifter would train using basic lifts, receive […]

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Build Muscle And Gain Weight Quickly

by: Vince DelMonte Are you fed up with being called “skinny?” Are you tired of getting blank stares when you tell someone that you work out with weights? Are you frustrated that the scale has not budged upwards since you first started lifting? I know from first hand experience what it feels like to train […]

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How to Repair a Damaged Metabolism

by: Tom Venuto If you have caused metabolic “damage”, yes it can be “repaired” and all it takes is the right combination of metabolism stimulating exercise and metabolism stimulating nutrition (NOT just a diet), all done consistently over time. The big irony is that most of the diet programs that claim to help you get […]

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Channel Your Mental Power

by: Peter C. Siegel Have you ever had a workout where you were so feverishly driven and compelled, you felt you could, metaphorically, “burn a hole through steel”? Where the weights you used all workout long felt “light” in your hands; as if the force flowing through you that moved the weights totally out-matched the […]

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Easy To Follow Nutrient Ratios

by: Marc David What you are about to discover is a sure-fire, effortless way to easily determine an appropriate nutrient ratio for your own personal goals. But before I get too far ahead of myself, make sure you understand how to estimate your caloric and protein needs. I’m going to 3,000 as the overall calorie […]

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The Perfect Rep Range For Building Muscle

by: Sean Nalewanyj No matter what you read or who you talk to, everyone has their own opinion of what the “perfect” rep range should be to allow for maximum muscle stimulation and growth. In this article I’m going to clear up the confusion once and for all and teach you the truth about choosing […]

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How Bodybuilders And Fitness Competitors Get So Lean

by: Tom Venuto Bodybuilders have discovered a methodology for losing fat. This practice which is known as peaking is not done year round for a reason. Find out what they do during the year and why. The secret to getting super lean – I’m talking about being ripped, not just “average body fat” – is […]

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