Pro Bodybuilding/Fitness Expo
Pro Bodybuilding/Fitness Expo Returns to Pasadena, Feb. 17-19, 2006
Competitions and exhibits on pro bodybuilding, figure, powerlifting, strongman, diet & nutrition. Gold VIP Package includes After Party sponsored by Private Trainers Assoc and Bodybuilding.com. Free Tickets for Military/Police/Fire/EMT.
Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) January 22, 2006 — Many of pro bodybuilding’s greatest physiques will be on the Pasadena Civic Auditorium stage on Saturday, February 18, 2006, for the 17th annual Iron Man Pro Championships, the premier event on the West Coast. Read the rest of this entry »
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January 18th, 2006
How To Spend Only 4 Hours A Week In The Gym
If you want to spend less time in the gym, you’ll need to superset your workouts
and get more done in less time.
Not too long ago I received a question from a person who was using supersets (I
already congratulated her on the choice to make her workouts as efficient as
possible in the short amount of gym time she had).
“I was wondering how long I can use this supersetting system. Is it possible to
overtrain even with 2 sessions a week? Will my body eventually adapt also to
this system and should I break the routine for a month or so?” Read the rest of this entry »
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January 13th, 2006
Researchers at Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering and Pennsylvania
State University are explaining how “all animals bear the same stamp of physics
in their design.” (http://www.dukenews.duke.edu/2005/12/locomotiontheory.html)
The researchers show that “constructal theory” is a powerful analytical approach
to describing movement, or flows, in nature.
Adrian Bejan, J. A. Jones Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Duke’s Pratt
School reports that in the case of animal locomotion, “animals move such that
they travel the greatest distance while expending the least amount of energy.” Read the rest of this entry »
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January 6th, 2006
Those of you who have read through any of my articles know that I’m a big believer in the basics. I confidently preach low volume, infrequent workouts that are based around the universal laws of overload and progression (training with maximum intensity and progressing in weight or reps from week to week). Anyone who truly understands the fundamentals of strength training realizes that these basic guidelines are all one needs in order to reach their goals of increased muscle mass and strength. I mean seriously, how much more is there to it than that? Read the rest of this entry »
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December 28th, 2005
Should you workout when sick
Who doesn’t catch a little cold right in the middle of the week when your
workouts were going so great? There’s been many times that my workouts were
100% the best I’ve ever had and right when I was on top of my game – I caught
some cold bug and it frustrated me to no end!
How many times have you asked yourself this question or been asked yourself?
“I was wondering if workouts (cardio, weightlifting or both) should be halted
during a common cold or if you should “sweat it out” as some say. Read the rest of this entry »
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December 23rd, 2005
Tims Mass Workout Routine
Calgary Fitness Training
Tim Bowman Age: 41
8 Week Program
3 Way Split Mass Workout Routine
• Add 3-5 Pounds of muscle to 165 pounds by January 23, 2006
• Maintain Cardio Schedule
• Reduce body fat starting December 23, 2005 from 13.5%
My opinion of what’s wrong with currant workout:
• Not enough quality calories
• Too much cardio
• Not strong enough to lift the amount of weight needed to attain size gains. Read the rest of this entry »
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December 20th, 2005
Exercise And Fitness Book Reviews
I’m going to review fitness and exercise books as they come in from differant authours. If you feel that you have an exercise or fitness book that the world should be just waiting to see, send me a copy and I will post a review.
This is the list of exercise and fitness books that have already been given the seal of approval. Fitness Books List.
For those of you that just want some quality information to help you on the road to fitness and health, this is a great place to seperate the wheat from the chaff.
If you would like to review my book Fat to Fit let me know. I will send you a copy and you can post an open comment right here for everyone to see. I cant review the book myself or I would give it 5 stars!
First exercise book review can be seen here: Burn The Fat Book Review. Here is the actual site link for Burn The Fat website.
The Truth About Building Muscle:
In a bodybuilding world where intense marketing hype and exaggeration have become the norm, Sean Nalewanyj has stuck to his guns and provides his readers with a truthful and honest approach to building muscle and gaining strength. The Truth About Building Muscle is a complete step-by-step muscle-building system that is jam-packed with valuable information, covering some extremely important topics such as workout structure, proper nutritional techniques, efficient and cost-effective supplementation, injury prevention, cardio and fat loss as well as a large handful of other useful subjects. All of this information is combined into a 250-page, picture-filled, instantly downloadable e-book.”