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Posted 20 October 2011 by Melih F. Cologlu

Shock Muscles Into Growth


With The SuperSlow Technique

"Super Slow is another method of lifting that many of the old school bodybuilders incorporated into their training in order to shock their muscles into new growth" - Melih F. Cologlu
Training, Exercises, Gain Muscle, Other basics, Plateaus, Tips, Training Technique, Weight Training
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Posted 15 October 2011 by Spencer Stamey

Spencer Stameys Top 5 Tips To


Achieving Your Ideal Physique

"Show commitment by always making the gym a priority. No Matter what is going on; make sure to get in your workout." - Spencer Stamey
Training, Tips, Training Technique
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Posted 05 October 2011 by JC Deen

Burn fat & Build Muscle:


Methods For Faster Results

"While everyone’s schedule may differ in terms of how often we’re able to hit the gym, one thing will always remain – however much time we’re spending on our physiques, we better make it count." JC Deen
Training, Exercises, Fat loss, Gain Muscle, Other basics, Tips, Training Technique, Weight Training
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Posted 03 October 2011 by Dre Farnell

Compound Setting: For


Rock Hard Back & Biceps

"One of the most effective ways to stimulate the growth of rock hard muscle in any part of the body is to totally fatigue that muscle group" - Dre Farnell
Training, Arm Training, Back Training, Bicep Training, Exercises, Gain Muscle, Other basics, Tips, Training Technique, Weight Training
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Posted 06 August 2011 by Josh Hewett

Five Killer Core Exercises


For Ripped CutAndJacked Abs

"Let’s face it, everyone wants six-pack abs. It may not be your number one training priority, but admit it… if you could clap your hands and suddenly have a lean, solid, chiseled midsection, I’m sure I’d be hearing a lot of applause!" - Josh Hewett
Training, Abdominal Training, Exercises, Gain Muscle, Other basics, Tips, Training Technique, Weight Training
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Posted 12 July 2011 by Melih F. Cologlu

BREAK YOUR PLATEAU: With


Chains And Bands

Struggling to break through those stubborn plateaus? Read this guide for using chains and bands! *SERIES 2: LINEAR VARIABLE RESISTANCE (USING CHAINS & BANDS)
Training, Exercises, Gain Muscle, Plateaus, Tips, Training Technique, Weight Training
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Posted 07 June 2011 by CutAndJacked.com, Writer: Nick Nilsson

What Will Make Or Break


Your Fat Loss?

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.
Training, Nutrition, Lose fat, Nutrition Basics, Cardio, Fat loss, Other basics, Tips
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Posted 29 May 2011 by Melih F. Cologlu

BREAK YOUR PLATEAU: With


The Rest-Pause Technique

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.
Training, Exercises, Gain Muscle, Other basics, Plateaus, Tips, Training Technique, Weight Training
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Posted 19 May 2011 by Josh Hewett

Get Bigger & Stronger With:


Bodyweight Training

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!
Training, Bodyweight Training, Exercises, Other basics, Tips, Training Technique
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Posted 09 May 2011 by Matt Weik

Choosing A Gym: How To


Choose The Perfect Gym

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.
Training, Other basics, Tips
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