Posted 16 July 2011
"I’m going to state this straight to your face: You must include calisthenics into your training routine for ultimate development. Pretty straightforward but it is true." - Alex Zinchenko
Posted 07 June 2011
The critical factors for fat loss are actually pretty simple - you probably know them already. It's the things that WON'T break your fat loss routine that can throw you off! We investigate the key factors that will make or break your fat loss with expert Nick Nilsson.
Posted 29 May 2011
We all hit a plateau at some point of our exercise program. Now, the difference between the athletes who keep improving and those who are stuck in a plateau is the key muscle shocking lifting techniques such as the REST-PAUSE technique.
Posted 19 May 2011
Many strength training and bodybuilding enthusiasts believe that working out using body weight exercises is ineffective for getting bigger and stronger. In my experience this is not the case. Ignore the benefits of body weight training at your own peril!
Posted 09 May 2011
Let’s face it, there are a million different gyms out there today and all of them are a little bit different. You have your Curves for the ladies, you have the Powerhouse’s for the powerlifters, and you have the Gold’s for the bodybuilders, and so on and so forth.
Posted 23 April 2011
The truth of the matter is, you don’t have to spend a lot on healthy alternatives, you just have to be smart about what you are buying.
Posted 20 February 2011
The purpose of this article is to outline some basic and effective principles for attaining permanent “fat loss” and a transformation of your physical appearance. All you need to know to get and stay lean in three in depth expert tips!!
Posted 01 February 2011
The truth is you don’t need surgery to get the body of your dreams. You are the only one responsible for your success. If you want abs, 80% of your results will rely on your diet. YOU are the only person who controls what you put in your body.
Let’s examine the most commonly abused exercises often referred to as the “Big Three” and how perfecting the technique on these movements can lead to substantial levels of new growth and development.