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Posted 17 November 2011 by Melih F. Cologlu

Build Quality Muscle: Post


Diet Anabolic Window

"Most competitors look at the week or two following a contest as a time to cheat and eat junk foods. This is actually wasting a very unique period of time where the body can be an anabolic machine." - Melih F. Cologlu ACPT
Training, Nutrition, Diets, Gain Muscle, Nutrition Basics, Post-Workout Nutrition, Gain Muscle, Other basics, Plateaus, Tips, Training Technique, Weight Training
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Posted 16 November 2011 by Tarna Alderman

Tarna Alderman's 10 Tips


To Transform Your Physique

"Fitness is all about the journey. Its so much fun! Enjoy it! Even the worst days are rewarding. Keep yourself motivated with new supplements to try out, New shoes to wear... new lifts to explore, new recipes. Keep it fresh!" - Tarna Alderman ISSA CFT
Training, Exercises, Fat loss, Female Specific Training, Gain Muscle, Motivation, Other basics, Plateaus, Tips, Training Technique, Weight Training, Female
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Posted 15 November 2011 by Raymond Querido

CutAndJacked Tips:


Raymond Querido's Top 5

"The way you train is another key factor to the results you will see on your journey to transforming your body. I’ve always believed in quality of quantity. Make every rep count!" - Raymond Querido
Training, Motivation, Other basics, Tips
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Posted 14 November 2011 by Kizzito Ejam

Kizzito Ejam’s Top 5 Tips


For Your Goal Physique

"Remind yourself of your goals daily and share them with others. Motivation is like eating and taking a bath. If you don't do them each day, you'll starve to death and smell bad." - Kizzito Ejam
Training, Motivation, Other basics, Tips, Training Technique
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Posted 12 November 2011 by John Lee

Stay Motivated: John Lee's


5 Tips For A Winning Mentality

"Carefully devise a plan-of-attack for every objective, and then....STICK TO IT. Most people have good plans, and most good plans can be used to accomplish great things. The problem is that quite often, people abandon these plans way too early." - John Lee
Training, Motivation, Tips
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Posted 11 November 2011 by Pauline Nordin

Pauline Nordin's Top 5


Tips To Get Ripped

"Want to burn more calories? Add one set more on each exercise. If you add six different exercises that will yield six more minutes tops. In one week that might be 30 minutes more training which burns more calories for you." - Pauline Nordin
Female, Female based articles, Training, Exercises, Fat loss, Female Specific Training, Other basics, Plateaus, Tips, Nutrition
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Posted 09 November 2011 by Nick Nilsson

Super Intense Deadlift


Variations For More Muscle

"Deadlifts are a prime mass-building exercise...no doubt about it! But if you’ve been doing them awhile, it might be time to try a few different training techniques to start a whole new growth spurt... These will definitely kick your butt!" - Nick Nilsson
Training, Back Training, Calve Training, Exercises, Hamstring Training, Leg Training, Other basics, Plateaus, Quad Training, Strength Training, Tips, Training Technique, Weight Training
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Posted 01 November 2011 by Josh Hewett

Take Control of Your Pain:


Natural Pain Relief Methods

"Not all pain is necessarily a bad thing. Quite often high levels of human performance are achieved by reaching outside of one’s comfort zone and testing the limits of the body’s pain tolerance." - Josh Hewett
Training, Other basics, Pain & Injury Prevention, Tips
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Posted 30 October 2011 by Brad Borland, MA, CSCS

How To Guide On:


Chiseling Rock-Hard Abs

"Along with a sound eating plan and a comprehensive training regimen sculpted, ripped-up abs can become a reality. This article will focus on the actual training regimen" - Brad Borland, MA, CSCS
Training, Abdominal Training, Exercises, Other basics, Tips, Training Technique, Weight Training
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Posted 24 October 2011 by Matt Karstetter

Matt Karstetter’s 5 Tips That


Can Make all the Difference

"The pace of your reps should stay the same when going up or down. Slow the descent to add negative resistance for additional stimulation." - Matt Karstetter
Training, Exercises, Fat loss, Nutrition, Water & Hydration, Gain Muscle, Plateaus, Tips, Training Technique, Weight Training
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