• Weight Lifting Techniques

    The Benefits Of Learning Proper Weight Lifting Techniques

    Weight lifting is an excellent sport to enter into seriously or have as a hobby to keep your body in top shape. Whether you choose to participate in competitive weight lifting or only do a few repetitions using light weights with your exercise program, you should learn the proper weight lifting techniques to keep your […]

  • Calves Training

    How to Get the Most Out of Your Calves Training

    Calves.  Along with the forearms and the neck, they form an ancient trinity of forgotten muscle groups. When was the last time you gave your calves a thorough pounding in the gym? When was the last time you did more than three sets of 10 on a calf raise machine at the end of your […]

  • Home Arm Workout

    Beginner Home Arm Workout

    This is a great muscle building home arm workout, for those who do not have access to the fancy gyms or even a gym at all. This can be preformed in the comfort of your own home and still achieve amazing results. If you can only spare 30 – 40 mins for a workout then […]

  • Seated Barbell VS Dumbbell Shoulder Press

    Seated Barbell VS Dumbbell Shoulder Press

    Shoulder presses, lateral raises, upright rows and shrugs are all well-known tools of the trade and required lifts for anyone who dreams of big deltoids becoming reality. But what about picking the very best mass builder for your delts? The shoulder press is the granddaddy of all delt destroyers with several variations and techniques and has the […]

  • Start Strength Training

    8 Great Reasons to Start Strength Training Today

    Working on muscular strength and endurance can help you to achieve many goals related to health, fitness and weight loss. Whether you’re trying to lose weight, gain weight or maintain your current body composition, strength training can help you to achieve your body-focused goals while improving the way you feel. You’ll be better at, well, everything […]

  • Increase Bicep Barbell Curls

    How To Increase Bicep Barbell Curls? How To Perform 21’s

    How many times have I seen young trainers load up the bar and almost bend in half trying to get the weight up. Well, I can honestly say that I’ve been a victim of this kind of training in my early days. I vividly remember hearing how Arnold used to curl 250 pounds and really […]

  • Training Variables

    Build Muscle & Lose Fat: Easier by Manipulating Your Training Variables

    Everyone will inadvertently hit a frustrating plateau in their training at one time or another. You’re cruising along for a while, gaining strength, losing fat, looking better, and then all of the sudden it hits. Suddenly, you find yourself even weaker than before on your lifts. Or you find that you’ve gained back a couple of […]

  • Dumbbell Training

    Benefits Of Dumbbell Training: Here are the Top 7 Advantages

    Most health clubs and gyms offer rows of cardio equipment, aisles of weight-training machines, stacks of free weights and specific stretch areas to help members pursue their individual goals. When it comes to fitness equipment, there is no one “best” piece of equipment. Different types of equipment are purposefully designed to achieve specific fitness outcomes.  […]

  • Bruce Lee

    Bruce Lee: Diet And Weight Lifting Workout?

    Bruce Lee is famous for his devotion to martial arts and his great abilities in this field. He was not only an exceptional martial artist, but also a serious bodybuilder. He firmly believed that diet and nutrition played a very important role in achieving his objectives. However, he was not an expert in nutrition, he […]

  • Best Creatine

    Best Creatine: Which Form Of Creatine Is Best? Monohydrate? Ethyl Ester?

    What Is Creatine? Creatine is a nitrogenous compound that occurs naturally in meats and fish and is synthesized by the liver, pancreas and kidney. It’s also called metylguanidine-acetic acid and is produced from three amino acids: methionine, arginine and glycine. Creatine is not at all new, it was first discovered in 1835 by a French scientist named Chevreul. He […]