From the first time you walked into a gym, getting stronger has likely been one of the goals at the top of your list. After all, stronger muscles equal bigger muscles, right? If you find yourself struggling to improve in that department, it’s likely you’re making one— or more— of the common mistakes below.
It’s THE question that rolls from the tips of everyone’s tongue. What’s the best diet, training and supplementation plan for losing fat faster than a celebrity can confess to his or her latest transgression? OK, maybe it doesn’t work as fast as a contrived tear-filled bullsh@# confession, but there are scientifically valid ways to approach this problem.
Looking for a grueling shoulder press workout? Look no further. This will absolutely bury your shoulders and leave you with that fire in your arms that just keeps on burning!
Whether or not we want to admit it, a lot of conclusions can be made about somebody who has muscular and toned arms. So how do we get these impressive-looking arms without spending hours doing bicep curls in front of the mirror?
Hitting 40 was not really a big deal for me. It didn’t really bother me knowing that I had reached that number. What really hit me was the fact that I was putting on all this extra body fat all of a sudden. It was almost like my body decided to celebrate with some extra chunk forming around the love handles area.
Where does the time come for fitness? Check out these simple lifestyle hacks that can help you maintain your fitness and be on your way to getting in the best shape of your life.
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.
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.
The first full week of the new year is officially here, meaning most are getting back to the gym to pick up where they left off before the holidays. Some may are just be beginning their journeys after a longer time away. Either way, you’ll need a strategy if you’re looking to reach those goals you set. Here’s one to help enhance your physique and make 2018 count at it’s best.
Before you start looking at changing your diet, changing the amount of weight you’re lifting, or changing the amount you exercise each day, you need to evaluate your fitness environment.
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