Steeve Reeves Old School Bodybuilding Workout

Old-School Bodybuilders were a completely different breed from the monstrous figures which take to Mr Olympia stage today. They built physiques that were chiseled from raw athleticism, cardiovascular fitness and pure functional strength. Old school bodybuilding placed just as much emphasis on health, vitality and well being as it did on muscle size

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Best Shake To Bulk Up

The BEST Protein Shake for Bulking Up!

What is the BEST Protein Shake for gaining weight? If you are skinny and need to bulk up with solid muscular bodyweight, than you’ll want to check this out because it plays a major role in your muscle building diet plan.

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Low Fat, Low Carb, Low Protein – What’s the BEST Fat Loss Diet?

How did the simple task of eating food become so complicated and controversial? In this article you’re going to learn the PROS and CONS of the various bodybuilding and weight loss diet trends. Plus find out the best way to structure your diet to lose fat and build a lean muscular physique.

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Why New Year’s Resolution Goals FAIL

The harsh reality is that less than 10% of people will achieve their New Year’s resolution goals. Over 90% of them will quit and fail in frustration. In this blog post you’re going to learn how to avoid the common mistakes and pitfalls so that you can join the successful few who actually achieve their fitness goals

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Converting Dumbbell Bench to Barbell Bench

How to convert your dumbbell bench press weight to barbell bench press weight. If you can lift X amount of weight with the dumbbell bench press, how do you convert that number into how much weight you can lift with a barbell bench press

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Stopping Your Sets Short Of Failure…

Should You Train To Failure or Not? Many guys believe that lifting to failure is the best way to build muscle and I used to feel the same way when I started training. No Pain, No Gain, was my training motto. But there is a fine line and sometimes the risks outweigh the potential rewards.

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The Bench Press & Deadlift Dynamic Duo…

On Monday afternoon you can walk into any gym in the country and see several eager young muscle building enthusiasts doing the Bench Press & Deadlift Dynamic Duo – It’s like a workout ritual or right of passage… Don’t ask me why, it just is for some weird unknown reason…

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10 Seconds To A BIGGER Chest!

Build a Bigger More Muscular Chest with the 10 Second Timed Flat Dumbbell Bench Press! This is one move that you can use at the end of your next chest workout as a Killer Exercise To Pump Your Pecs

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Are You OVER TRAINING ? (easy way to find out)

Over Training is when the volume and intensity of a workout routine exceeds the individual’s recovery capacity. But unfortunately there is no universal guideline for “Over Training” because we all have different fitness levels, work capacities, and other factors that can affect your recovery.

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Blood Flow Restriction Arm Workouts

Blood Flow Restriction (also known as occlusion) involves wrapping a strap, band, or wrap around the top portion of a limb (i.e. your arms or legs) to restrict blood flow from leaving the working muscles. The result is that you’ll get a “super pump” by forcing more blood volume into the muscle cells.

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Should You Train To Failure? (the pros & cons)

To stimulate muscle growth you need to push your limits and train hard in the gym with progressive overload. But does that mean you have to push it to failure on every single exercise that you do? Find out when it’s ok to train to failure and when you should back off.

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How Old School Bodybuilders Got Big & Strong!

The Old-School Bodybuilder’s from the 1960’s and 1970’s had some of the most impressive muscular physiques the world has ever seen. The classic physiques from the Pumping Iron days were a completely different breed compared to the monstrous behemoths which take to Mr Olympia stage today.

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Bulking Diet for Skinny Guys

Bulking up and gaining muscular bodyweight is actually very simple. But most guys over think things and make the process more complicated than it needs to be. In this blog post you’re going to get a simple to follow bulk up diet plan that really works

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Missing Link in Bodybuilding Nutrition

The Missing Link in Your Bodybuilding Nutrition Program

When it comes to bodybuilding nutrition most people think in terms of the 3 big macro nutrients – protein, carbs, and fat. But there is a MISSING LINK to bodybuilding nutrition that often gets swept under the rug

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How much sodium should you have per day?

Salt is not the bad guy that the media makes it out to be. In this blog you’ll learn how proper salt intake can help maximize your strength, energy, and muscle gains in the gym.

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I’m Working Out Consistently, But Not Gaining Any Muscle… What’s Wrong?

Help, I’ve been lifting weights for 5 years but don’t have much to show for it. Simply lifting heavy and eating more doesn’t work for me… What am I doing wrong? When it comes to building muscle there are 3 key components that need to be addressed – 1) Weight Training – 2) Nutrition – and the biggest one… 3) Genetics!

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Post Workout Nutrition

The Best Foods To Eat After A Workout For Building Muscle

We’ve all been told from a young age that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But for a hard training bodybuilder or athlete your post workout meal is actually the most important food you eat in terms of maximizing muscle recovery and growth

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The Best Deadlift Grip

The BEST Deadlift Grip – Overhand Grip vs. Mixed Grip vs. Hook Grip

For most people their grip strength is the weakest link when pulling heavy weight. But there are some unique grips that you can use when holding the barbell to increase your grip strength. Find out the pros and cons of the overhand grip, alternate grip, and hook grip.

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The Best Exercises For Building Muscle

The Best Muscle Building Exercises

What Are The Best Exercises For Building Muscle?
to a certain degree all strength training exercises that you do can be beneficial. But there is a specific way to rank exercises from those that provide the lowest level of muscle stimulation, to the those that provide the highest level of muscle stimulation.

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High Reps VS Low Reps

How Many Reps Should You Do To Build Muscle?

High Reps VS Low Reps. Some people say “high reps for cutting” and “low reps for bulking”. But is this really the best approach? Click the link below to find out the truth about how many reps you should do to build muscle. But the question is which rep range is the best one and which one should you use in your workouts?

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Measurements for the Perfect Physique!

Ideal Measurements for a Bodybuilding Physique

What Are The Body Measurements For The Ideal Muscular Physique? Many bodybuilding historians regard Steve Reeves as being one of the most symmetrical and aesthetically pleasing bodybuilders of all time. Reeves was one of the early proponents of training for balance and proportion, rather than simply trying to get big

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Creatine Supplement Info 101

Creatine Supplement Information 101

Of all the bodybuilding and nutritional supplements on the market, one of the most talked about products is Creatine. And there is a good reason for that because creatine is one of the few supplements on the market that can produce a noticeable enhancement in strength and lean muscle gains in a relatively short period of time.

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How To Prevent Getting A Hernia When Lifting Weights

In this blog post you’re going to learn about the different types of hernias. Plus get some simple action steps that you can can start taking now to help avoid getting a hernia when working out and lifting weights

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How Fast Can You Lose Fat? …The Truth…

Losing Weight Is Relatively Easy… Keeping It Off Is The Hard Part. Pretty much everyone who follows a fat loss diet is going to be successful to some degree in losing weight initially. But problems arise when people get impatient and push themselves to do too much, too soon, burn themselves out, and quit in frustration…

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Back To The Basics – Mass & Power Barbell Workout

A bigger muscle is a stronger muscle (and vice versa). When you are at the gym just look around at the regular members. I’m willing to bet that the guys who are the biggest and the most muscular are also the ones who are lifting the heaviest weights

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Bro, do you even lift?

Do You Even Lift? why you don’t look like a bodybuilder…

You’re going to the gym, you’re eating right, taking your protein shakes, getting 8 hours of sleep a night… Basically doing everything that you should be doing… But you don’t look like a bodybuilder… here’s why

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Deadlifting 101 – How To Do The Deadlift

In this blog post you are going to get a complete deadlift workout program that will help increase your deadlift poundages, allowing you increase your overall strength, and pack on slabs of thick dense muscle mass to your frame.

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How To Use Lifting Straps To Re-Enforce Your Grip.

Straps or No Straps. A question that I’m often asked by my followers is about lifting straps to re-enforce your grip when lifting weights. How do you use them? When should you use them? etc.

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How To Lose Weight – FAST!

Are you desperate to lose weight? Would you do almost anything to quickly shed those unwanted pounds and get a lean trim body? If so, this is a Must Read blog post because it reveals real world weight loss advice for both men and women on how to lose weight and keep it off

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Strict Form VS. Cheating Reps (what’s best for muscle growth?)

To Cheat Or Not To Cheat… How Strict Should Your Exercise Form Be? When it comes to weight training there are generally 2 schools of thought when it comes to exercise form. First you have the typical personal trainer “fitness experts” who say you should perform all lifts with light to moderate weights and use…

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