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Bradford D. Appleton
Everything you never wanted to know. Read more
Posted by EricT - Last Activity 11-29-2011 11:32 PM by build Go to last post
 
You’ve had a long, taxing day at the office and you’re ready to head home and collapse in front of the T.V. You promised yourself you’d do a thirty minute workout but feel too exhausted to even think about it. Does this sound like a familiar situation? Two of the most common reasons people give for not working out are lack of time and fatigue. After all, a long day taking care of family or working at the office takes time and energy. Unfortunately, you still need exercise for both fitness and relaxation. What can you do to motivate yourself when you’re too tired to work out? Read more
Posted by merkel - Last Activity 08-18-2013 09:15 PM by dove45 Go to last post
ok.. now dont flame me for posting this one... i'm merely adding more and more info onto this website...

i know of the endless debate between DC, IA and IM... and i am also aware that IM has stolen theories of IA and DC... but thats no reason why people should'nt know of the program...
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Posted by _Wolf_ - Last Activity 08-18-2013 09:11 PM by dove45 Go to last post
Paul Chek
Paul Chek discusses in depth the negative affects of training with a belt gives guidelines on how to safely leave it behind. Read more
Posted by EricT - Last Activity 08-18-2013 09:01 PM by dove45 Go to last post
For many of us retirement means a chance to relax after years of working hard five days (or more) a week. Yet it is easy to let that relaxation get the better of you, leading to low fitness levels, too much time spent indoors and poor health. Thankfully there are several simple ways to make sure this doesn’t happen – and none of them require a gym membership or running shoes! Read more
Posted by merkel - Last Activity 08-11-2011 09:13 PM by snordi Go to last post
From: http://www.dolfzine.com/page396.htm
10 Biggies never to forget while training... Read more
Posted by BG5150 - Last Activity 03-03-2009 01:29 PM by EricT Go to last post
There are many activities that can be incorporated into your exercise regime whilst on a vacation. Whether the vacation is taken by a beach, in a caravan or a near mountains and snow there are many ways to fit exercise into your daily routine. Read more
Posted by merkel - Last Activity 04-10-2008 04:15 AM by merkel Go to last post
How To Build Bigger Biceps In 3 Easy Steps
by Jeff Anderson


Clint Eastwood wouldn't have been a very intimidating Dirty Harry if all he pulled out was a little .22 caliber pistol to make his point. He knew that to really make the bad guy's knees shake and the lady's legs quiver, a .44 Magn Read more
Posted by _Wolf_ - Last Activity 12-17-2007 03:14 PM by dave_cshmn Go to last post
Eric
Rough draft subject to refinement. Read more
Posted by EricT - Last Activity 03-08-2007 11:58 AM by EricT Go to last post
Michael Kurilla
The science behind HIIT and it's application to fat loss. A three part article. Read more
Posted by EricT - Last Activity 12-29-2006 02:48 PM by EricT Go to last post
Article by "Arioch"
http://www.midwestbarbell.com/articles/deadlift.htm

The Deadlift

The deadlift is a heavy compound movement that should be included in the exercise program of any lifter. As this lift will strengthen not only the entire back, but the musculature of the hips, abdominal Read more
Posted by Darkhorse - Last Activity 12-21-2006 07:14 PM by EricT Go to last post
Mladen Jovanović
Title is self-explanatory. Read more
Posted by EricT - Last Activity 11-15-2006 01:41 PM by EricT Go to last post
By Kelley Baggett
A well layed out article that teaches about how to gain mass optimally.... Read more
Posted by Darkhorse - Last Activity 10-17-2006 07:24 PM by Darkhorse Go to last post
Stand up to press!
The overhead press has always been the premiere shoulder exercise for strength and development.... Read more
Posted by Darkhorse - Last Activity 08-12-2006 10:43 PM by Darkhorse Go to last post
Gaining mass being 100% natural
This article drives home the point that natural lifters seeking mass need to:

a) Nutrition: EAT a ton of the RIGHT calorie dense foods (no "clean bulk" bullshit)

b) Training: Low volume, twice a week frequency, compound lifts Read more
Posted by Darkhorse - Last Activity 06-30-2006 06:37 PM by EricT Go to last post
Originally Written by the Iron Addict

Size Vs. Strength
This is about strength Vs. pure size type routines, where they fit in, and what realistic goals are to be considered an advanced trainee by genetically typical, and usually drug free standards.

Most guys ju Read more
Posted by _Wolf_ - Last Activity 04-15-2006 04:46 AM by _Wolf_ Go to last post
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