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White Bread - The Bodybuilder's Enemy, Or Best Friend?

05th January 2010
White bread is perhaps the most usually consumed carbohydrate source in America today. Nearly any sandwich ordered from a drive-through marker board contains white bread, as do the side offerings at any fancy restaurant. Americans love their white bread, ... Read >
Author: Raphael Benton

How You Can Treat Tendonitis Before It Inflames

29th December 2009
Shoulder tendonitis is the inflammation of the tendons around the shoulder's rotator cuff and upper bicep area. Shoulder tendonitis is usually developed by sports and activities that require you to lift your hands above your head repeatedly. Common activi... Read >
Author: Reed Carney

How To Have A Smaller Waist with An "Old School" Bodybuilding Tip

29th October 2009
Occurred regardless of the "old school" days, with pro-bodybuilding has given them such an incredible "V-shaped" small waist? Look at all of the juice, set up a pro now ... around the waist size of the red cedar! This is when it has become s... Read >
Author: John T

Optimal Hypertrophy for Sports Supertraining Extract

10th August 2009
Mel Siff talks hypertrophy in this extract from his textbook Supertraining, as taken from health.groups.yahoo.com/group/supertraining - of which the best posts are listed at melsiff.com HYPERTROPHY & STRENGTH OPTIMUM, NOT MAXIMUM, HYPERTROPHY In... Read >
Author: Mel Siff

The Skinny Guy's Guide To Protein Powder

15th July 2009
So what do you really need to know about protein powder? As a skinny guy or beginner to the whole bodybuilding scene you simply want to know a few answers. Is protein powder necessary? Does it really work? How much do I need? What kind should I take? What... Read >
Author: FasWang

Unconventional Training is Taking Over

04th July 2009
Unconventional training methods are rapidly being incorporating into the fitness regimen of people around the world. Unconventional Training, defined as untraditional fitness methods involving kettlebells, Clubbells, sandbags, and other "old school" equip... Read >
Author: MBody Strength

How caffeine can hurt your chances for optimal muscle growth

10th June 2009
Many people who lift weights or body build have at one time or another used a muscle builder that contained certain stimulants, the most popular of which is caffeine. In fact generally speaking more than ninety percent of North Americans consume at least ... Read >
Author: GeraldFitz

Build Chest Muscle - Finally Get That Square Chest You've Always WAnted!

25th March 2009
Looking to build chest muscle? If you're tired of having a small chest, there are ways of making it pop out, no matter what your genetics may be. Some people are pre-disposed to massive pecs, but that doesn't mean the rest of us can't attain them too with... Read >
Author: Renard Muldrake

Will A Bodybuilding Hobby Lead To A Destructive Muscle Building Obsession?

25th March 2009
Weight training is a hobby that requires discipline and consistency in order to encourage dramatic muscle gain, with weight lifters committing themselves to regular workouts, consuming strict meal plans, and attempting to achieve sufficient rest each nigh... Read >
Author: Francesco Castano

Is Generating A Muscle Burn or Pump During Weight Lifting Workouts Necessary For Muscle Growth?

13th March 2009
Many weight lifters who wish to gain significant levels of muscle mass aim to achieve a muscle burn or pump during their weight lifting workout sets, with the feeling that such a sensation is a sign of muscle overload and breakdown, therefore improving th... Read >
Author: Francesco Castano

Is Weight Lifting In Morning Hours More Beneficial For Muscle Growth?

08th March 2009
A popular bodybuilding question revolves around the most effective time to train, with many wondering if early weight training workouts are superior for muscle growth. In fact, numerous bodybuilders make the effort to wake up early so that they can comple... Read >
Author: Francesco Castano

A Look at The Sheiko Training Routine

23rd January 2009
Boris Sheiko is a Russian bodybuilding coach and renowned powerlifting expert. Several of his trainees have won national and international competitions. Along the path to prominence in the powerlifting world he developed his own training regimen, which ca... Read >
Author: Mike Westerdal

The Martial Art Guides for Bodybuilder

05th September 2008
Whenever you always thought of mixing bodybuilding and martial art? You had better severely think of it. Martial arts, like Judo, Karate, Tae Kwon Do and Aikido, consume a bunch of strength, power and endurance, barely alike bodybuilding. Exercising both ... Read >
Author: Maverick Taylor

Eat Your Way to Get Six Pack Abs

12th August 2008
A common reason why people give their six pack abs training is because of the diet. In any other form of bodybuilding, one's diet and food intake is restricted and controlled. This is fairly easy for people who are used to diets and work outs. But this is... Read >
Author: Melvin Ng

Creatine: Muscle Growth Superstar

07th July 2008
Creatine was introduced the bodybuilding industry in the early 1990s. Since then, literally thousands of other supplements have come and gone. So why is creatine still around?The reason is that creatine flat-out works. Let's take a look at what creatine d... Read >
Author: Tony Schwartz
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