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Lean Mean Body Machine.
By Daniel Green · 3 years ago
The art of burning excess fats and long term maintenance is as much a change of mind as just dieting and exercising alone. Simply put, a pound of muscle contains 600 calories; a pound of ...
Triceps Extension in Sports use.
By Danie Green · 3 years ago
The Triceps extension, it’s not just for show, it has useful sports uses as well. If your sport involves hit, bounce, punch, swim, lift, toss, run, swing, catch or throw and you will be incorporating ...
Time to Pull Up
By Daniel Green · 3 years ago
Nature has arranged the human body in such a way that two biggest muscles of the back, the lats and the traps can actually be seen, not only from the back, which one would expect, ...
The benefits of Strength Circuit Training
By Daniel Green · 3 years ago
Any workout that doesn't involve a certain minimum of danger or responsibility doesn't improve the body. Doing a quick sharp strength and conditioning circuit workout will shock your muscles into shape. Because of its unique ...
The Ten Body Building Pitfalls
By Daniel Green · 3 years ago
One of the cardinal errors a bodybuilder can make is to rely for their physical improvement entirely on a routine of weight training or other progressive resistance exercises. Some routines will undoubtedly be more effective ...
The Super Routine
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
There is a more advanced routine which is known as the Super Routine, this routine has been around for some time and is extremely popular. Warm -up Rope Skipping, 200 - 300 jumps Shoulders Seated ...
Routines for Adding Size
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
Maxing out the muscle when training at home, everybody it seems wants to train with a routine that offers the maximum amount of return for time and energy spent. If you are a home trainer ...
Exercises for bigger Forearms
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
Many bodybuilders complain that they cannot bring their lower arms up as they can't complete a set, especially a high repetition or heavy duty set, their forearms "blow up" and fatigue earlier than the muscle ...
Building the Lower Legs
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
Calves used to be the bugbear of bodybuilders all over the world, this changed with the introduction of the standing calf machine enabled bodybuilders to use very heavy poundage's each leg work out that the ...
Size in the thighs
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
Maxing out the upper legs, thigh training has advanced greatly since the days, where upper leg workout comprised of a few sets of regular squats, and that was about it. The back squat is definitely ...
Putting Your Back into it
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
Working the lats and traps, nature has arranged the human body in such a way that the two biggest muscles of the back, the lats and the traps, can actually be seen, not only from ...
Abdominal Training
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
Wasting away for midsection impressiveness is never easy; especially wherever fat starts to settle around the midsection is going to have to be removed one day, which usually means that you will have to put ...
Chest, Gaining New Pectoral Impressiveness
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
The bench press is really a pretty remarkable exercise. It works for most people. Perhaps it gives the most gain to those who have a fairly shallow rib cage. With them, the bar has a ...
Training the Metabolism
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
Your metabolism consists of all the chemical processes by which your body produces energy and assimilates new material to maintain, replace, and build up its cells. The metabolic rate is the speed at which the ...
Body Fat Percentage
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
They used to call it definition; today we use a different term, body fat percentage. There is an undeniable movement towards ultimate definition these days, at least around show time. After a contest, things change. ...
Project Management Skills
By Daniel Cerone · 4 years ago
What project manager skills, traits, characteristics, attributes behaviours, techniques, make a difference in successfully managing projects. Most respondents easily generated four to five items which they believed made the difference between average and superior project ...
Recuperation Necessity
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
Stress is the enemy of relaxation. Our response to stress is a built in survival mechanism. When there is a threat to our existence and wellbeing, our digestive system shuts down, our heart speeds up, ...
Recuperation Mending the Muscle
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
Recuperation is vital for the bodybuilder. The faster the recovery from a workout, the sooner training can commence again. And the sooner training can commence, the faster you will grow. On the other hand, if ...
Speed of Training
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
Increasing the speed of your training is another form of increasing intensity, but again one must use the method intelligently. Make your rest periods progressively when getting ready for a major event. Since muscle that ...
How Many Repetitions
By Daniel Green · 4 years ago
Theoretically, one could justify the single rep system for building the largest muscle size. Some weightlifters are after explosive strength and use that system. But such a system does not serve the bodybuilder’s needs. The ...