Training

Push Pull Legs (PPL): Routine For Strength and Hypertrophy

If you’re past the beginner’s stage and want to gain strength and stimulate muscle hypertrophy, a Push Pull Legs (PPL) split routine is the way to go. Choosing a proper training split is the beginning of outlining your special workout program. You could make several body-part combinations as you divide up the muscles. However, training smart requires you to follow some essential principles. Many splits avoid these principles and, therefore, put you in a difficult situation before you even choose your exercises. Luckily, one of the best and most effective routines—based on basic principles—is the Push Pull Legs routine. Today,

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Training

Deadlift And Its Undeniable Benefits

Are you familiar with the benefits of deadlift? If not, then you have come to the right place! The deadlift is a trendy weightlifting movement that involves lifting weights from the ground. There are numerous benefits of deadlifting, ranging from enhanced athletic performance to muscle growth and improved strength. In terms of exercises, deadlifting is often referred to as “the king of all exercises” by many professional trainers. When done right, it benefits virtually all the individual muscle groups in your body, including those deep-tissue muscles that are hard to activate. That said, let’s check out the 7 undeniable benefits

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Training

High Volume vs. High Intensity: Which is better for muscle growth?

Working out is challenging, especially for beginners. Not everyone’s body will react the same to a certain type of workout. This is why, ultimately is up to you to find what works. In this guide, we will discuss what is high volume training and the high-intensity training, two strategies that you can try. But before you make up your mind, you should fully understand what these strategies imply. What Is High Volume Workout? As a general definition, volume workout refers to the number of repetitions you do when you work a particular muscle. People count these differently, though. Some count

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Training

The Only Way to Show Those Abs

First mistake majority of people do when trying to show those abs is doing countless reps of crunches, leg raises, planks, and all the other variants of abs exercises. Sure, it will help, but the one thing one should really focus on in the fridge. Diet. There’s no other way to ensure the ripped abs area than precise nutrition. Now, precise nutrition takes a whole lot of discipline. Planning. For those who aren’t blessed with an athletic body and the genetics of a Greek god, maintaining the look of ripped abdominals is a whole other game and it takes hard

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Training

Bodyweight Training

If you’re not comfortable in the gym, there are always some good alternatives to standard weight training that need no special equipment and can be done anywhere around you – at home, in the park, even in your workspace. Bodyweight training, as the name suggests, uses your own body to do all the moves and your own weight for the resistance part. It’s different from a gym training, but can be equally effective because the same principles apply. It involves a little more thought and vision, do. The lack of equipment will force you to think about the moves you

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Training

Mind – Muscle Connection

Now, lifting weights is only part of the job. Yes, results will come if you do it regularly and are disciplined with the foods you take to follow up your routine. But if you don’t care about the move itself, then you’ll be experiencing only half of the story… Our mind is the general in this story. As with anything else people encounter when following a certain path to really make their dreams come true, there has to be thought on the backend. Ok, the body (muscles) get stimulated, but the brain also and is one of the important pieces

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Training

Dealing With Muscle Soreness

You decided to make a change. Started to follow some gym regime. Maybe just finished your first workout. Everything looks great, you feel confident and strong. Until the next morning, or the morning after, when soreness comes around. You feel pain, your muscles are burning. That’s muscle soreness you’re feeling. It’s the normal side effect of training, typical for novice gym members or for any other unusual activity that involves strength and muscles. Activity a person is not used to.  Don’t worry do, you’ll get over it. Bodybuilders fight soreness and muscle fatigue all the time, even professionals experience pain

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Training

Few Tips On How To Get In Shape

Even though losing fat is a primarily esthetic choice, getting in shape goes hand in hand with it. When you drop a pound or two you feel lighter, your agility increases and your body runs things more smoothly.  People today have plenty of problems with fat loss. The main would be searching for shortcuts, some new stimulant, supplement, workout without a workout, and so on. And these almost always fail. Here are some plain and simple guides to help you on your way to lose some fat and to shape up. Drink Enough Water In general, people tend to drink

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Training

Some Tips For Bigger Arms

Ok guys, this one is for you. Even do lean formed arms look great on the woman also, the arm size is often the first choice of all the guys in the gym. Everyone wants big guns right? Like any other part of the body, arms need some attention and a carefully developed plan to stimulate growth. Essentially, when talking about arms, triceps and biceps comes in mind. These are the two muscles that form the look and strength of the upper arm, one as a frame ( triceps ), and one as a show-off ( biceps ). Together with

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Training

A Little Cardio Talk

Well, this part of the season is reserved for some weight management. Hollydays are over. The gym is full of people, new year resolutions and the all year gym rats are everywhere. For those that do the work at all seasons nothing special will change, they’ll go on with the workout routine and familiar lifestyle. But, for those just starting, after all those cookies, cakes, bottles of alcohol and greasy foods, January is the first month of their desire to do something good with them self. Then it comes. Long hours of treadmill walks or runs, sweating on the stepper,

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