February 26, 2018
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Lifting fast and lifting slow
There are two ways you can engage your muscles and make them work hard – lifting fast and lifting slow. Some experts advise the first technique while others say that the other one works better. The truth is of course somewhere in the middle, and it largely depends on what you’re trying to achieve. In this article we’ll mention the...
Improved Back Aesthetics
When you look at your back, you want to create an overall illusion of symmetry. The main areas are width, depth, separation and that overall v-taper illusion. As well as that you want as much thickness as possible, all the way from the bottom of your neck right down to your erectors. Depth provides the image of muscle maturity...
Simple HIIT Workout
  It's the day after Christmas, you probably ate all the food you've been cutting out from your diet all year and although it's been just a couple of days, you're feeling a bit pudgy around your mid-section. Maybe you want to shed a bit of the weight you've gained, before New Year's so you can fit into that...
exercises for bigger biceps
Ask any 5-year old to show you how strong they are and chances are, they will show off their arms and flex their biceps, regardless of how scrawny they might be. Biceps are commonly seen as a measure of strength in many cultures worldwide, and the bigger they are, the more strength they represent. People have over the years, come...
7 training mistakes
You're training as hard as ever but you’re not making the same progress you made a few weeks ago.  Ever wondered why your muscles stopped growing after a few months of training in the first place?  If you think about it, you've likely been making some mistakes you didn't know about.  Some of the reasons can be easy to...