One of the main reasons we go to the gym is to build muscle mass. The first year we start training we make insane progress, then all of a sudden we hit a brick wall and all progress begins to plateau.
Olympic weightlifting is probably the best way of lifting to mimic the way you use your body in real life. It involves, strength and power and really gets all your joints working in all the movements.
When it comes to training we all have a different approach, whether its Bodybuilding, CrossFit, or Powerlifting. There is one thing that people who use these styles of training, they have ridiculous legs!
Big arms seem to be a status symbol among men in the gym. Many guys try to achieve the coveted 22” arms that Arnold had back in the day however, many that try never seem to get there.
Some people say the best way to lose body fat is to cut out carbohydrates. Whilst cutting carbs can help to reduce body fat levels, extreme low carb diets are not the best method to implement in order to reach your weight loss goals.
We’ve all looked at posters of famous bodybuilders and wondered what their secret was and how they got so huge! We all want to know what the secrets are to building massive muscle mass. In reality there is no secret training routine, everyone is different, and what might work for some might not work for others. Below we’ve listed some ESSENTIAL tips to follow in your pursuit to a bodybuilders physique.
A pre-workout is one of the essential supplements you should have in your supplement stash. They take your workouts to the next level by providing an increase in energy, increased strength, improved mental focus, and a better pump!
Monday is National Bench Press Day in practically every gym in the world. Regardless of whether you are a weight lifter, powerlifter, or just your average gym goer, the bench press is something that you will incorporate into your training routine at some point.
For many aspiring bodybuilders, big arms are a top priority when it comes to training goals. However, many people are overly dependent on a very limited number of bicep exercises, specifically barbell and dumbbell curls. While these exercises are great, if you want to really maximize your arm gains, you have to mix things up now and then.
Program design can be tricky, what works for some might not work for others, when you start working out you learn how your body responds to different methods of training.
One thing every guy wants to be is strong. It’s a status symbol to be the big guy in the gym. In the first year of training you will gain strength and size in a much greater capacity than you ever will in the entirety of your life as a lifter. Why is this?