October 3, 2009 Atlanta SNBF Bodybuilding Championships - PRO QUALIFIER. Register Now! Space is limited.
Posted: Sept 19, 2009
Presenting the physique stars of the â€˜60s and â€˜70s in this massive extravaganza of old time classic bodybuilders. The period covered in this DVD is the mid 60s to around 1977
Posted: Sept 18, 2009
Hydroxycutâ„¢ Hardcore X is a formula with a key driver shown to initiate white-hot thermogenesis and dramatically increase one of your bodyâ€™s most important fat-breakdown hormones.
Posted: Sept 18, 2009
The Barbell Bench Press is one of the most popular gym exercises. It is also one of the most misused exercises. Part of the problem is that the bench press is an ego exercise. A lot of guys judge their training progress based on how much they can bench.
When it comes to weight training there are generally 2 schools of thought when it comes to exercise form. There are the typical personal trainers who say you should use slow and controlled movements. Then there are the power and strength athletes who like to use more explosive movements and looser training form.
One of the "secrets to success" that is used by all top-level athletes, successful business-people, and achievers in all fields is goal setting. Goals give you long-term vision and short-term motivation.
These days it seems that everything needs to be bigger, faster, and stronger. Going to the extreme is the norm. Everything from extra strength headache pills, to energy drinks, and high speed Internet. Bottom line is that people want change and they want it now!
The main benefit from pullovers is that they help expand the rib cage and work all the supporting muscle groups along the torso, chest, lats, arms, and shoulders through a full range of motion. This can really help add thickness and depth to your torso, which is one area that a lot of people lack these days.
Anytime the topic of my blogs, articles or newsletters has turned to my own personal grocery shopping list, there has always been a spike in interest. It seems that many people are not only curious about what foods a natural bodybuilder eats to maintain single digit body fat, but they also want to be taken by the hand and told exactly what foods to eat themselves while on fat-burning or muscle building programs.
What do you really need to know about protein powder? As a skinny guy or beginner to the whole bodybuilding scene you simply want to know a few answers. Is protein powder necessary? Does it really work? How much do I need? What kind should I take? What is the best?