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Training

October 5th, 2011
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8 Tips To Break Through Your Plateau

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To make any progress in the world of diet and fitness not only do you need to follow the equation of exercise, nutrition, sleep, and supplements but everything must be timed correctly. Don’t worry because everyone reaches a plateau at some time in their training. If you are not seeing any results, take some time [...]

Training

September 28th, 2011
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HARDGAINER'S GUIDE TO MASSIVE GAINS

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“I workout consistently and I keep getting stronger and ripped. I’m trying to bulk up, get bigger, and stay lean. If I miss a couple of meals, I can literally lose 2-3lbs in a week. Why can’t I gain weight?” If this sounds like your story, please continue reading. This question was brought to me [...]

Training

September 22nd, 2011
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Super-Set for a Super Chest

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It seems like every time you see a guy at the gym, they are working on their bench press, walking around with their arms spread out while they walk, having to turn a shuffle sideways to walk through the door way.  Truth is, it takes a lot more than bench presses to get a rock [...]

Training

September 21st, 2011
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8 Different Types of Aerobic & Cardio Training

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In the wide word of exercise and cardiovascular training, there are many different types of things that you can do that will help you reach your health and fitness goals; each with it’s own advantages and disadvantages.   Some are better for beginning exercisers, while others are more appropriate for advanced, more conditioned people.  Some are [...]

Training

September 16th, 2011
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5 Ways To Spend Less time In The Gym

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By now everyone knows the term “gym-rat” – usually that person who is always in the gym no matter what time of day it is. They find ways to workout as long as possible, take long water breaks, and  talk to every person in the gym between sets. By the time they finish their workout [...]

Training

September 12th, 2011
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Turn up the Cardio: How to Maximize your Fat Burning Potential

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For me, cardio has to be the most boring thing ever, but it must be done to get competition ready. Just the way your body gets used to doing the same workouts for too long, it adapts to the same type of cardio and your body’s response to this is to burn fewer calories than [...]

Training

September 8th, 2011
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10 Minute Cardio: Interval Stair Climbing

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10 minutes of cardio is nothing.  Are you short on time and want to get both a good strength training workout in and a cardio workout?  Well here it is, the 10 minute interval stair climbing workout that will not only get your heart rate up and have you dripping sweat, it will increase your [...]

Training

September 7th, 2011
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30 Minute Total Body Exercise Workout

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One of the most common excuses people have to not exercise is this: I’m too busy and don’t have enough time.  Now, some people DO have more responsibilities than others; whether it is a demanding job, working multiple jobs, raising a family, your part time school work, or whatever else you may have on your [...]

Training

September 6th, 2011
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Top 10 Ab Exercises

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What determines whether or not that you have a tight, ripped, shredded…or place any descriptive word you’d like here…body? It’s all about the midsection, but more specifically the abdominal muscles. There is nothing like walking along the beach with people, both male and female, starring at your 6 pack abs. Although it takes more than [...]

Training

August 24th, 2011
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How To Rid Cellutite With Yoga

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Besides the obvious strength training and beating your leg muscles into shape,  you can do yoga to help rid your lower body of those soft spots that you hate called cellulite.  Cellulite is a term used to describe the dimpled appearance of skin caused by fat deposits that are just below the surface of the [...]

Training

August 22nd, 2011
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Pecs on Deck: New Workout For The Upper Chest

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Many people who work their chest are always struggling increasing the size of their upper pecs. This is partly because they spend more time training the entire chest then each part separately. The chest has various regions that should be trained evenly, now the focus is on upper. You might say “But I do incline [...]

Training

August 18th, 2011
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5k Workout Training Schedule For Beginners

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Training for your first 5k race can be a little difficult; especially if you don’t know how, or where to start.  Just running everyday wouldn’t quite cut it.  You need to build in some rest days, strength training days and some cross training to get the full effect of your workout program and hit 5k [...]

Training

August 18th, 2011
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11 Of The Best Stretches and Exercises At Your Desk

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Sometimes sitting at your desk, whether it be when you’re at work or when you’re home, can be a difficult task.  Our bodies weren’t meant to placed in the same position without moving hours upon hours; but we do it anyway.  Your neck gets stiff, back starts to get fatigued, and your wrists are cramping [...]

Training

August 17th, 2011
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Pull More Weight With This Back & Biceps Workout

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Last week we talked about developing training splits which depended on different variables, such as: goals, body type, time schedules, training status, nutrition, and the amount of days you actually can get into a gym.  This workout would be used as part of the common three day (push, pull, legs) split routine.  It is the [...]

Training

August 15th, 2011
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15-Minute Killer Abs

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When asked, “why do you want to start a workout routine,” or “what is your goal for exercise,” the most common response has to be, “I want to get ripped abs!”— or a response similar to that in nature.  Everyone wants a tight midsection with washboard abs so they can strut around in the swim [...]

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