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.
As a trainer and nutritionist, I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve heard people tell me they’re doing everything right, but they still can’t seem to lose weight. It’s hard not to smirk when I hear it because it almost always comes down to the same basic principle. Calories in versus calories out.
We all make mistakes in life. Hopefully, most of us are smart enough to realize when we make them and make the changes necessary to ensure we don’t make them again. The gym is no different – except it can be a little harder, at times, to pinpoint those missteps. Here are five common mistakes that could be hurting your progress, and tips on how you can fix them.
What most don’t realize is that the gym is only a part of what goes into achieving their ideal physique. Fail to approach your nutrition with the same level of consistency and dedication, though, and you are setting yourself up for frustration and – eventually - failure.
Increasing strength consistently is easier said than done. If you find yourself struggling to improve in that department, it’s likely you’re making one – or more – of the common mistakes below.
When most guys think big arms, the first thing that comes into mind for many is big biceps. Biceps (or what so many call ‘guns’) are associated with a ‘manly man strong man,’ but did you know that your biceps only compromise 1/3 of your entire arm?
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