It may not be the most exciting topic, but warming up properly can actually make or break your whole workout – not to mention limit gains. The goal of a good warm up is to create length in the muscle and optimize the force-couple relationships to prepare for a high-performance workout - and stay injury free. Here’s my three-pronged approach.
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.
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.
If this title did not get your attention, nothing will. So let's dive into the material - could there really be a point where it makes more sense to eat sugar than not?
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.
Training can get really frustrating if you’re not seeing any results. What usually happens in gym America is what I call "program hopping". People jump from "Chest Blast Monday” to "Fat Loss Friday " and everything in between.
Let’s talk about one of the coolest, yet most misunderstood, exercises ever – the Biceps Curl. Even though curls are one of the most widely used exercises, most people still get them wrong. Which leads to a sad result: no gainz, but many inflamed elbows.
Even though Monday aka national chest/bench press day has passed, the training of the pecs is still a very valid topic any given day in Gym America.
A few days off will be probably be beneficial to your overall physique and mindset, since most trainees never really take time off. That said, here are four other ways you can enjoy your vacation while keeping that physique you have worked so hard for.
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