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Friday, August 26, 2005


Paul Becker Bio


Mission Statement


I strongly oppose the use of anabolic steroids or any illegal or banned substances. My purpose is to bring you drug free training and diet techniques along with legal supplements to help you achieve your goals. I only carry products which contain ingredients that are well established dietary supplements and contain nothing illegal or banned in the USA.


About Me


I am a natural (steroid free for life) bodybuilder. I am also a bodybuilding trainer, personal fitness trainer and a weight loss coach.


I grew up in Queens, NY, in a great little town called Rosedale. At the age of 16 I became very interested in bodybuilding and fitness. Right from the beginning I felt that the idea was more then just improving appearance, but that it was intended to make us feel better, be healthier and even live longer. And of course harmful and illegal drugs of any kind could never play a part of such a lifestyle.



Once I started working out and eating right, others would notice my results and ask me for advice on their own diet and workout programs, which I was always happy to help them with. Over the last 25 years I have studied and tested all areas, including physical training, mental training, nutrition, supplements and recovery. Theories are great, but what counts is real results in the gym and on your body, and that is why after testing practically everything out there, I kept only the ones that consistently produced positive gains, time and time again. I have trained hundreds of men and women and helped them to reach their individual fitness goals.


In 1993 I moved to Los Angeles, CA, where I met my love and soul mate, Jan Fuksa. We were married on August 27, 1994 (see picture to your left). We currenly live in Hillsboro, OR.


In 1995 I wrote a manual devoted to drug free bodybuilding called "Truly Huge" which was devoted to natural muscle growth. "Truly" Huge as opposed to "fakely" or "artificially" Huge as I consider the steroids users to be.


In 1996 I lanched my website TrulyHuge.com this site was designed to give you all the tools you need to achieve your goals. We offer a quality line of supplements, diet and training info, personal training, motivation and a lot of other good stuff!


In The Media


Articles about myself and my online personal training services have appeared in many well know publications such at The New York Times , The Saturday Evening Post, etc.


I have written for many bodybuilding and fitness magazines, such as The Scientific Bodybuilding Journal, Burn! Men's Fitness, MuscleMag International and Robert Kennedy's upcoming new magazine Reps!


My articles also can be seen on many of the top internet websites such as bodybuilding.com, bodybuildinguniverse.com, criticalbench.com, dolfzine.com, drugfreebodybuilding.com, getbig.com, etc.


Stay fit and healthy!


All the best,


Paul





Monday, August 15, 2005

More Proof That Psychiatry is a Pseudoscience!

Find out the truth about psychiatry, andsee how "They Lied."
http://www.cchr.org/lied/lied.htm

Monday, August 08, 2005

Bodybuilding Contest Diet and Training

Maybe this tip will help those weight lifters who want to
become body builders. I have been training with weights
since 1991 after I got out of high school, although I wasn't
very serious. I always found something that gave me an
excuse to get out of the gym because I was not making
any gains. I am sure there are a lot of fellows out there
that have the same problem. Well let me tell you how I
started making true gains. It wasn't until I decided to get
serious, and this included my DIET. It is very hard to
make those impressive muscle gains with the fat loss
needed to chisel that round body into a "X" frame when
eating Big Mac's and frosties. I spoke with a couple of
friends at my local gym who were competitive NPC
bodybuilders and I got a lot of help with diet and training
advice and I would like to share them with you. My diet
had to change from eating junk three times a day to
eating lean low carb meals 6 times a day, I thought
Oh-my-God. Food, every two-three hours, WOW! Well
for the next sixteen week (4 months) this is what I ate
and I was 95% faithful to this diet.

Meal 1: 1 cup oats mixed with Protein mix.
Meal 2: 1 can of chunk turkey or tuna in spring water.
Meal 3: 1 chicken breast, 1/2 cup of green beans or brochilli.
Meal 4: Protien mix (1 hour prior to training).
Meal 5: 2 chicken breast, Protein (immediately post workout).
Meal 6: Baked potato or rice (1 hour prior to sleep)

*Lean beef, fish and turkey can substitute for any of the
meat. I know a lot of you out there are saying man that
could get expensive, however if you are not buying
chips, ice-cream, soda and other junk food at the store
and you stay strict to what you purchase, your price of
groceries will be the same.
I also supplemented with Andro one hour prior to weight
training and Fat Burners twice a day (morning/night).

Now for my training routine I was very consistent by
changing up my routine if I felt I was getting into a rut.
This was my training schedule.

Monday: Chest, Shoulders, Triceps.
Tuesday: Cardio 1 hour
Wednesday: Back, Biceps (forearms),Shrugs, Calves
Thursday: Cardio 1 hour
Friday: HELL DAY (legs)
Saturday: Rest
Sunday: Rest

* Warm up at the beginning of each workout with medium
weight. 2-3 exercises each body part 2 sets 6-8 reps or
to failure. Start with 80 to 90% of max on first set then
drop 15% of that for second set work to failure.
CONCENTRATE of the affected muscle that you are
working.

I lost 52 lbs and went from a size 40 waist to a 32 waist
in four months. I guarantee if you stay consistent and
FAITHFUL you will have that Physique that you want.
STAY OUT of the cookie jar!!!
Good Luck,
Bobby Qualls
Kennesaw, GA

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Tuesday, August 02, 2005

MYTHS ABOUT WEIGHT TRAINING

1. Doing sit-ups or some other form of abdominal exercise
will trim unwanted pounds from your waist. There is no
such thing as spot weight reduction. Doing abdominal
exercises only strengthens the adominals; it doesn't
make fat magically disappear. The only way to trim
unwanted pounds from your waist (or any other part of
your body) is to expend more calories per day through
activity than you consume through food.

2. Women shouldn't lift weights because their muscles
will become huge and they will look like men. People
don't suddenly become "huge" from lifting weights. It
takes years of intense training to become "huge".
Women can, however, develop a shapely and well
proportioned physique by lifting weights.

3. Big, muscular people will probably become fat later
in life because their muscle will turn into fat. Muscle
and fat are two different types of tissues and can no
more turn into one another than wood and glass. When
muscle tissue is not used it will atrophy, or shrink in
size. Typically the neglected muscle becomes
surrounded by fat, giving the illusion of turning into
fat.

4. Lifting every day, 3 days on and one day off, or
doing double splits\twice a day will accelerate
muscular development. These workout routines lead
to overtraining; the body cannot recover sufficiently
between workouts for real muscular growth to occur.
These routines will only work for steroids users.

5. Some exercises are good for "shaping" your muscles
and some are good for "building mass". It's not the
exercise which determines the type of muscular
adaptation, but the number of repetitions performed
and the intensity of your workout.

6. Cheating (so that you can lift a heavier weight) will
accelerate muscular development. Cheating (not
performing the movement with strict form) is
counterproductive. The point is to work the muscle
properly, not move some heavy weight.

7. It doesn't matter which muscles I work out which
days. You must keep in mind which muscles assist
in working major muscle groups. For example, when
you work your chest, your triceps are also being
worked. Therefore, if you work chest one day and
triceps the next day you are over-working your triceps.

8. Some people are just too old to start weight lifting.
This is patently false. In studies reported in Science
News, people in their seventies and eighties began a
weight training program and showed significant gains
in muscle size and strength. Some of the participants
in the study could scarcely walk before the program
began could walk easily after the program.

9. People will stare at you in the gym if you're out of
shape. Men and women of all fitness levels, weight
ranges, races, and ages work out in gyms. And most
of them are too busy with their own workout to
even notice whether you are overweight or can't lift
much weight in the bench press.

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