Bodybuilding

Cut Body Fat Using Methodized Strength Training – Workout Fitness Article

Occasionally, I pop my head out of my cave to examine where the average level of insight among the general public is in regards to strength and conditioning. I’m not as pessimistic as many of my contemporaries who look for things to be angry about to justify their general dissatisfaction with life. I think things are improving.   The last time I peeked out, I learned that crowds in the gyms and on the internet were looking into strength training…

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Bodybuilding for Skinny Guys | Breaking Muscle – Workout Fitness Article

  Brad Borland has an impressive resume: a University Lecturer with a Master’s degree in Kinesiology and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). But the thing that impresses the most is the stuff that doesn’t always get an award. Like starting out as a scrawny 125lb kid at six feet, two inches, taking up weight training at the tender age of fourteen and ending up a 220lb competitive, drug-free, natural bodybuilder…

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The Best Science-Based Training Programs For Strength and Muscle Gains – Workout Fitness Article

You’ve made it. You’ve made the commitment to train. But it’s confusing. The gym is a jungle, full of noise and intimidating sights. Along with training comes theory. And there’s tons of information out there.. From forums, to sites and blogs, where do you go? All kinds of experts are recommending the best programs. You’ve been promised that one program will give you the best results. It has the best exercises, up to date research and proven results. If it…

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Better Strength Training Is Just One Step Away (BodyBuilding.Com Feature) – Intrinsic Strength Training® – Workout Fitness Article

Make this simple change to movements you’re probably already doing, and you’ll feel a difference instantly. If you’re looking to make your stale training more dynamic, read this!In life, the majority of our movement is done with what’s called a “gait pattern.” Most or all of our body weight is on one leg, while the opposite leg is traveling. With each step, the position of the entire body changes. Your foot position changes your pelvic position, which changes your spinal…

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