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Wednesday, July 27, 2011



It is a myth that you need to be in the gym "every day" in order to
get a good physique...

Many people even think that by training twice a day every day they
are going to get great results.

Well, this ISN'T true.

More training DOESN'T always mean better results.

A lot of people see me and say "Rob, you must spend 3 hours a day
in the gym".

Well, guess what?

Should You Workout Everyday?


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Wednesday, July 20, 2011



The importance of lower back and abdominal training.

I used to read articles on abdominal training that stated that an
individual who deadlifted over 500 pounds had no need for abdominal
work. I thought these individuals were crazy. However, after years of
working abdominals, I drifted away from direct abdominal training
figuring that I'd get that "indirect stimulation." What I have
discovered is that I might not have been so far off the mark after
all. Most lifters will tell you that accessory work in the form of
direct abdominal and lower back training is beneficial. This sort of
work carries over to your squats and deadlifts and when these lifts
go up so does your muscle.

Abdominal and Lower Back Exercises

Monday, July 18, 2011

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Wednesday, July 13, 2011



In very basic terms, you consume energy in food and drink, which your
body uses for fuel. Your total daily energy expenditure is your total
fuel usage. If you consume more energy than you expend, you'll put on
fat, and if you expend more energy than you consume, you'll burn
fat.

Burn Fat By Eating

Saturday, July 09, 2011



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Thursday, July 07, 2011



Do you perform chin-ups? If not, why not? The chin-up is a super
training tool. It builds both the biceps and the back, as well as
involving other muscle groups. The chin-up can also be performed in
a reverse grip manner to attack the brachialis muscles. The chin-up
is sometimes called a pull-up as it is totally a pulling movement.

Benefits of Chin Ups for Bodybuilding

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