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5 Tips To Stay Consistent And On Track With Your Diet

Consistency through small repeated efforts on a daily basis is vital to success on any nutrition program. Below are a few tips to help maximize your results: 1. Cook Food in Bulk Meal preparation is essential on a nutrition plan. Preparing food in bulk quantities will save a ton of time as opposed to cooking…

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How To Progress A Diet For Fat Loss

So as people start thinking about getting lean for spring and summer, I am going to provide a couple of my thoughts on how to progress your diet with the goal of reducing body fat. What you need to understand right away: Fat loss is a continually ongoing process and your diet must change gradually…

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2 Tips To Increase Hamstring Growth

1. Train your hamstrings with as much attention as your quads. Many people have weaker hamstrings, both in terms of strength and size as opposed to quads (myself included) and need to spend more time developing them. Having balance between hamstring and quadriceps muscles is not only important for preventing injury, but looking aesthetically pleasing…

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Structuring Post Workout Nutrition

Have you ever felt extremely sore in the days following a tough leg workout? Even after completing your stretching routine, the soreness still lingers. Your body just not seem to want to recover. This can be really frustrating as it impairs your ability to function properly and you may not be able to train as often.…

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Chest Training 101

Anatomy of the Chest The chest is comprised of two muscles; the pectoralis major and the pectoralis minor. Function of Pec Major: Horizontally abducts the arm (brings it across the body) and internally rotates the arm (turns in). The upper fibers also have the ability to flex the arm, bringing it forward. Function of Pec…

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Top 10 Reasons Your Workout Routine Isn’t Working

Are you not seeing the results you want in the gym or growing at the rate you want to be? Make sure none of the following reasons are holding you back from hypertrophy and fat loss progression: 1. Always Doing the Same Routine Doing the same routine for too long without proper planning or periodization…

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5 Bicep Training Mistakes

Biceps seem to be a very popular muscle to develop for a lot of guys as they want to impress others with their easily noticeable gains. Unfortunately, many people go about bicep training in the wrong way. Here is my take on 5 of the most popular mistakes when training biceps: 1. Lifting Too Heavy…

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20 Tips For Success With Health and Fitness in 2015

The New Year is upon us and it is time to tackle new goals, reach new heights and become the best versions of ourselves. Here are 20 tips to help make 2015 a successful year for you in health and fitness. 1. Set Clear Goals. Without a clear goal, you are likely just going through…

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Shoulder Training Dec. 2014

Shoulders are one of my favorite muscle groups to train. I thought I would share one of my current shoulder workouts with you guys. This  workout is focused on hypertrophy and meant to be done in addition to a morning shoulder workout  focused on strength with overhead pressing movements like Standing Barbell Presses. If you…

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9 Ways to Overload And Shock a Muscle

In order for a muscle to grow or become stronger it must be overloaded. Overloading a muscle basically means you have to increase the work or stress placed on that muscle in order for it to improve. If you always continued to do the same thing, you would always end up with the same result…

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