You can not outwork a poor diet! There are simply no shortcuts, no magic supplements, and no other substitute for being consistent with doing the right things day in and day out. With that in mind, here are some tips to make sure you stay on track and head in the right direction in your physique-building journey:
I’ve given you guys samples of my bicep building methods here and there but I think it’s time I give you the whole cake and stop teasing you with those oh so delicious moist, dark chocolate slices. That was one hell of a visual huh?
Your upper body pushing day is already giving you plenty of work on your pecs and shoulders, and since your upper body pulling day is already giving you plenty of work on lats and mid-back musculature, the focus here is to help you maximize the strength of your abdominals, obliques and low-back muscles. Learn how to use the Core 4 training formula in order to make sure you’ve got a core that’s strong in all directions.
Like most guys, fitness model and personal trainer Tyler McPeak’s favorite muscle group to train are his biceps. There’s nothing more satisfying than crushing some curls and seeing the sleeve-splitting pump for yourself. He has untapped his own bicep-building potential, and now he has some unique advice to fire up yours.
A good pair of calves is usually a sign of a well-rounded and complete physique. Unfortunately, most people don’t train their calves – and when they do, they usually do it as an afterthought. If you need to bring up your calves, I recommend training them twice a week. Here are two workouts to help get you started.
Adding a new training method to your program called high-intensity resistance training (HIRT) involving high speed eccentric exercise may be just what the arm doctor ordered to help you build large, shapely, powerful arms in record time.
High-intensity, explosive training builds muscle power, core stability, strength and overall fitness in less than half the time of traditional methods. If you’re looking to switch things up and transform your physique, this may be exactly what your body needs. The best part? It only takes 60 minutes, three times a week.
Time to hit every muscle fiber your body has and light up your metabolism with this full-body workout. This fast paced, explosive full body workout that are sure to get you ripped and in shape fast – and it only takes 30 minutes!
HIIT training is a series of short bursts of maximum intensity followed by a short period of recovery. The key words here are MAXIMUM INTENSITY, a concept that seems to be foreign to even the most respected fitness professionals out there today.
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.
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