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Lightbulb Why understanding your diet is so important to successful weight loss

The reason is very simple, the person that controls they nutritional intake and exercises a certain way will burn more fat. Here is an example Mr. Smith is 5’6 tall, 202, male, 31 years old He exercises about an hour a day, 5 days a week weight training and does not do any cardio. The weight...

TIhealthandfitn‎, 08-01-2015 02:32 PM
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Cool Don't Bulk or Cut - Transform Your Body!

How to transform your physique from out of shape, to a much leaner (toned/defined), fit and stronger one. I am writing this because everyday, I see new trainees carrying a bulking and/or cutting mentality when trying to achieve the physique they desire. Whether you are thin/skinny/flabby or...

VegasPumped‎, 11-23-2009 11:44 AM
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Maxing: Is it Really Necessary?

To mods: Please move this to the "post your articles" sections. for some reason it won't let me post there at all. thank you. Maxing, is it really necessary? This is a question I am asked constantly by my friends. “I am bodybuilding, not powerlifting, so do I really need to max out?” ...

SpartanHuge‎, 06-12-2002 09:16 PM
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Aesthetics – Proportion, Balance, & Symmetry: How You Can Have the Perfect Body

By Joshua Ulrich Hernandez There are a countless number of articles and ideas on how to gain mass, get big, get in shape, lose weight, etc. While some of the stuff is great information and can help you achieve some of your goals, it does not help you understand SPECIFICALY what makes up a great...

manofether‎, 10-20-2015 03:11 PM
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Poll Poll: Why Powerlifters Hold Their Breath and Why Weightlifters Shouldn?t....

Why Powerlifters Hold Their Breath and Why Weightlifters Shouldn?t.... The act of holding ones breath and exerting is called the Valsalva Maneuver. During this state you create an air ball in your abdominal region by forcing air against a closed windpipe. This is actually a survival response...

parsec1982‎, 02-07-2008 12:57 AM
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Post 4 reasons Bodybuilders should meditate

There is an old Zen saying; ‘You should sit in meditation for 20 minutes a day, unless you’re too busy; then you should sit for an hour’ Meditation is purposefully focusing on the present moment, while remaining thoughtless. This is usually done by focusing on your breath which acts as an anchor...

DanPsycholoGym‎, 05-15-2015 04:18 AM
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HEVT Demonstration pics...

file attachments can will not work at this time. In my Gallery and on my FitBoard are pics and my YouTube Channel ryan ergo has the videos...

bigfeather‎, 09-17-2015 12:24 PM
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HEVT Part 2

Do not attempt to separate development of your upper and lower chest regions by performing an incline press, unless you are most powerful in a low incline position, due to some physiological advantage that you have in this position. Further, you cannot isolate different areas of the chest. If you...

bigfeather‎, 09-17-2015 12:13 PM
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High Efficiency Variable Training HEVT

High Efficiency Variable Training for the Chest by David L. Feather © David L. Feather 2015 Introduction: What is High Efficiency Variable Training (HEVT)? High Efficiency Variable Training (HEVT) is a method of training that I have developed, with the objective of maximizing...

bigfeather‎, 09-17-2015 12:12 PM
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Six Protein Myths - Exposed

Perhaps the most widely used supplement on the market today – protein powder in the number one quickest and most convenient way to get your daily protein needs met. Research supports the use of protein for building slabs of muscle, maintaining muscle, increasing metabolism and even reducing...

Gym God‎, 11-03-2014 10:18 AM
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Evaluation of a Productive Workout

Evaluation of a Productive Workout First, let me start by introducing myself. My name is Joseph Merolle, and I have been competing in the natural amateur bodybuilding circuit since 2001. I have been training for 20 years, and have a Bachelor of Science degree in health science and exercise...

Joseph Merolle‎, 08-20-2007 09:04 PM
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A personal theory on the obesity epidemic...thoughts?

I was talking to a friend today and came up with a theory that there are ONLY TWO main reasons for the obesity epidemic that is causing Western society to get fatter and fatter. Temporarily forget about the toxic food environment, modern technology and the 100 other reasons that are running...

TheBadMan‎, 04-15-2010 08:15 AM
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Where Have all the Body Beautifuls Gone?

I am a child of the 80's (And thank goodness not the 60's...). My wonder years were Reagan, Billy Ball, Van Hagar, button down collars with 501 jeans and penny loafers, the Evil Empire. At the age of 14 I received my first weight set and bench. I used it daily, sometimes twice a day, which might...

ZiegMeister‎, 06-01-2008 09:41 AM
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Black Tea Benefits

Numerous studies have trumpeted the cardiovascular benefits of green tea, the beverage of choice in much of the Far East. But elsewhere in the world, particularly in Europe and the Middle East, black tea reigns supreme, and fewer studies have examined its heart-healthy properties. In terms of...

soufeast‎, 01-30-2008 06:37 AM
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10 Ways Noobs Waste Their Time at the Gym

I'm sure you've all seen it, and maybe you even thought about telling the person to do things differently but it could be construed as rude. Perhaps you have been doing things a certain way due to habit, and didn't know it was not the right way. 1) Taking 6 minute+ breaks. The guy occupies the...

Brian94‎, 08-22-2010 12:12 PM
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Are you a gym idiot? part 2

The old one hit 10,000 replies, which is where they start slowing the site down. This is the new one link to the old one

ctgblue‎, 07-11-2014 10:47 AM
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What I Have Learned In My First Year of Lifting

Well, to say I've been lifting for a full year is a bit premature, but it's fairly close. For someone who has been involved in sports his whole life, I didn't start serious weightlifting until around the beginning of my junior year in high school, and I'm about to start my senior year. In that...

Burnham24‎, 06-30-2015 07:29 AM
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Smile 5 Crucial Life Lessons Learnt From 8 Years Killing It In The Gym

When I reluctantly stepped into a big scary gym for the very first time as a lazy, unmotivated, stick-figured 18 year old, little did I know that it was the beginning of a journey of total transformation of both mind and body that would play a part in changing the course of my life. Achieving...

DaJulz‎, 06-26-2015 09:20 AM
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Determining Sufficient Protein Intake

The main goal of bodybuilding is to improve one's physique and the two main ways to do that are to reduce bodyfat and increase muscularity. Muscle tissue is built out of proteins, which are turn assembled from amino acids, so getting the right mix and getting enough intake at the right times can...

blue9steel‎, 07-16-2015 05:19 PM
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Counting Calories and Nutriton Myths Debunked for noobies!

Hello fitness world, my name is Ahmed Zaid. As someone who struggled with obesity growing up, I decided to make a change for the better and dedicate my mind and body to the fitness life. I like to call myself the guinea pig, because I spent the first 3-4 years of my fitness lifestyle experimenting...

Ahmed81‎, 08-01-2013 02:28 PM
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Control Your Variables

Control Your Variables When it comes to lifting weights there are four basic variables within the gym: volume, intensity, frequency, and exercise type. Within those variables are other smaller sub-variables, such as rest periods and lifting tempo, but the focus is on the four big variables....

ButcherPLer‎, 10-24-2012 11:30 AM
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Hot Chocolate: Drink of Champions

It may have earned its place in the modern household as a treat for kids, but four thousand years ago the first mugs of hot chocolate were serious business. The Olmec civilization of Mesoamerica, who were the first to grow the plant, were so impressed that their leaders reserved the beverage...

FirstTemplar‎, 04-07-2015 03:07 PM
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The athlete and the injury

We’ve all seen it. Our favorite athlete, fantasy stud or ourselves falling victim to the injury bug. It is almost a fact of life that at one point or another we all will have some injury through physical activity. Most of the time it’s a sprained ankle or a strained muscle where a little rest...

DaveBonollo‎, 06-28-2015 05:40 AM
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Genetics - Make the Most of What You Inherited 1. (used with a sing. verb) The branch of biology that deals with heredity, especially the mechanisms of hereditary transmission and the variation of inherited characteristics among similar or related organisms. 2. (used with a pl. verb) The genetic constitution of an individual,...

TBrunson‎, 01-16-2004 11:16 AM
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Introduction to my journey

Introduction Being overweight is more than just an image problem, it effects every part of your life. It leaves you feeling insecure destroys confidence and leaves moral feeling low. All these things happen slowly so you might not even notice them unless you take a step back and look closely...

Managon‎, 06-06-2015 02:42 AM
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