Don’t go by someone else’s book of what maximum intensity should be, and don’t define it by some arbitrary speed limit set on a treadmill. It does not matter if you are 20 years old or 50 years old. We all have our own level of maximum intensity.
I am always looking for ways to challenge myself, improve my workout and perfect my physique. This desire to constantly improve is what raises questions in my mind like, “What happens when I curl the 45lb bench bar for 100 reps in a row?” One day, I decided to answer that question, and the answer was an insane pump like I’ve never felt before.
Nobody knows how to achieve these aesthetically pleasing features better than Sadik Hadzovic, one of the top physique competitors and models in the world. Here are Sadik’s 5 tips to build bigger, better biceps.
Jason Poston didn’t always have great abs. Like everything else, they took a lot of work.
If you’re a boss on the bench but struggle on squats, this workout could get interesting. But that’s what makes this fun. We’re making your weaknesses your strengths and getting you shredded at the same time.
Four minutes isn’t a long enough time to experience any meaningful results for a well-conditioned athlete, bodybuilder or weightlifter, let alone develop the aerobic system and result in anaerobic strength gains. Right? Not exactly.
High-intensity interval training is a method of exercising that constantly challenges your body, which is what makes it so effective. In addition, research has shown that HIIT limits muscle loss that can occur with traditional steady-state cardio workouts.
US Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant and IFBB Men’s Physique Pro Xavisus Gayden trains shoulders and legs at Gold’s Gym, Venice.
Here are 8 exercises to help you cut through the information overload and get you working towards strengthening and conditioning your body through combining simple, effective movements - with one easy-to-use piece of equipment you can find at almost any gym.
Time is crucial for all of us. It’s the one thing we can never seem to get enough of as we are always striving to find more time throughout our day to accomplish our never-ending list of tasks. Busy schedules and lack of time can deter us from focusing on our health and exercise regimen. When it comes to time management, exercise seems to be the first item we place on the back-burner - but it doesn’t need to be that way.