When it comes to chest training, there is more to making the best gains than stepping lively and “getting the lead out” while you’re in the gym. Specialized training such as fast, eccentric exercise can increase muscle size and strength better than traditional bodybuilding workouts.
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.
“Don’t ever quit!” is advice that any personal trainer or coach worth his (or her) salt will give you, and IFBB pro Matt Christianer knows that better than most people. Lots of us have days when we have a few aches and pains and might want to skip the gym, but don’t tell that to Matt Christianer.
Many people derive pleasure from smoking a joint, but it’s not something that serious athletes should do along with watching their macros, getting enough rest and drinking a gallon of water a day. New research indicates that marijuana decreases performance, and it greatly increases you chances of death from hypertension.
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.
“Dad bod” sounds like a cute and endearing name, but there’s nothing cute about it. In fact, it can be quite serious. A dad bod is a telltale sign that you are carrying excess body fat, and it’s a red flag that obesity and other health problems are around the corner. If you’d like do drop a few pounds and tighten things up, here are seven steps to put the brakes on a dad bod before it becomes a serious health concern.
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