Tuesday, December 28, 2010
So you let yourself enjoy extra helpings of turkey and dressing and
ate lots of chocolate, cheese cake, and pecan pies over the
Christmas holiday while enjoying the College Bowl schedule? Great!
Forgive yourself and chalk it up as a break from the normal
fitness schedule. The mind and the body--to a point--need a
break now and then. I've eaten what I want for the past two weeks
and took a two week break from the gym and my supplements. Now,
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Friday, December 24, 2010
The usual advice is to do full reps, from full extension to full
contraction. For example doing a barbell curl starting with your
arms straight down and curling until the bar is under your neck
and the biceps are full contracted.
But if you are interested in trying a different method of building
muscle, you may consider trying Weight Lifting Half Reps.
Thursday, December 16, 2010
The Paleolithic diet, or more commonly known as the caveman diet, is
based on the foods which people in ancient days had consumed. This
category of diet is thought to be nutritious as it includes many of
the essential components that a body requires to function as well as
what the body possesses the capability to break down and use. There
are numerous forms of this diet out in publication today. Each diet
will include its own special twist to the types of food allowed but
they all keep to the root of the diet which is to eat from nature.
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Wednesday, December 08, 2010
Many bodybuilders, fitness models and even celebrities endorse
protein shakes in advertisements. And it has become accepted that
these shake are needed, so they have become one of the top used
But are Protein Shakes Good or Bad?
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Wednesday, December 01, 2010
Peak Contraction Training
Muscles increase in size when the person working out puts more stress
on them and the body adapts to better handle similar stress in the
future. When muscles work, all of the fibers contract and send a
strong signal to the central nervous system. For this reason, peak
contraction training is a great way to increase muscle mass in a very
short amount of time.
Peak contraction is...
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