Thursday, January 26, 2012
Are you locked into one approach to volume output when it comes to
training? Many guys get into a groove and just go with it for
extended periods of time. However, recent research published in the
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (January 2012) comes
to the conclusion that one size does not fit all. And not only
that, individuals may find a need to vary the volume at different
times in the year.
How To Vary Your Workout Volume
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Burn 1,500 Calories In One Workout
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Thursday, January 19, 2012
I'm sure you have heard the old saying, "You can workout harder or
you can workout longer, but you can't do both at the same time".
An example of this is jogging vs sprinting, if you jog which is a
Paced, lower intensity form of running, then you can run for a longer
time. But if you sprint, witch is a more all out, high intensity form
of running, you will not be able to run long before you get
Volume vs Intensity Workout
Saturday, January 14, 2012
Genetics play a big part in having great obliques. With the right
nutrition though, you can accomplish a lot. Getting your fat below
10% will make a big difference, so really watch what you eat. Less
salt intake is critical, as your body will release water weight and
you'll see your obliques a lot better. The right supplements such
as vitamin C, vitamin B-6 and fat burners can also help in your
quest for definition.
How to Get Ripped Obliques
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Friday, January 06, 2012
You see it all the time, some guy who takes Arnold's "cheat" principle
a bit to far in the gym doing his barbell curls. I often wonder if
these people understand that the reason one can continue the
exercise, almost beyond failure, is because other muscle groups are
doing the work. A barbell curl is for your biceps, not for your delts
and lower back. Although the magazines are flooded with information '
on form, there are still quite a few interested in catering to their
egos. I haven't quite discovered if they are seeking the attention of
others, or being emotionally directed, since reaching failure is
often enough to trigger the growth stimulus. I am not going to touch
upon how much potential there is for injury when using improper form.
Bodybuilding Safety Tips For The Gym