When you are dieting, eating a bit of more flavorful food makes you want to eat even more of it. In most cases this is a recipe for disaster that opens the flood gates - the diet is thrown off for weeks on end. So the way I see it, there are really only two ways to handle it.
Hormones such as human growth hormone (GH) and testosterone have been shown to play a role in muscle hypertrophy and strength gains. One of the core training principles for muscle hypertrophy among weight trainers is short rest— less than 1 minute between sets. In 1988, anabolic hormone guru William Kraemer, Ph.D., performed a study that literally changed the world of weight training overnight.
Training legs is hard enough when you know what the hell you’re doing, but if you don’t know where to start, when to rest and when to go hard, you’ll mess yourself up big time. That’s why we asked IFBB Pro and International fitness model Steve Cook for his 5 rules for a kick-ass leg day. You can thank us later.
Now that you are “armed for battle” with the knowledge of what is required to get the job done, let’s take a look at the arm and ab workout that the first IFBB Men’s Physique pro uses to keep himself ripped and ready.
One of the greatest challenges for any man is to be ripped, lean and to have a six-pack that looks like it was carved from granite. Getting to that point of exceptional physical condition takes a lot of effort and discipline; if it were easy, every guy would look that way.
It’s a fact - most people are physically not ready to train. In fact, most people are injuries waiting to happen. Therefore, in my ingenious ways, I designed a series of tests will make sure that there are no time bombs hidden in your body which could derail “the gainz train.
Your body and mind are telling you that you are long overdue for a change. Here are five things you can do to spice up your training and renew your excitement for living healthy.
As an intermediate to advanced trainee there are four keys to look for in any training program to ensure it is the right one for you. These will help you identify if your training program is providing you everything that it should. The real truth is that the best program is the one you are going to follow and get excited about on a consistent basis.
Time Under Tension (T.U.T) is the amount of time a muscle is held under tension. It is a set timing technique used to calculate the amount of work placed on a particular muscle. The main purpose is to increase muscle mass as well as strength and endurance.
So what really matters? We can wrap it up in two main categories: training and diet. For training, there are really two principles that matter most and yet they are constantly being violated.
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