Archive for January, 2014

Throwback Thursday: Pumping Iron 0
by / on January 31, 2014 at 6:55 AM / in Knowledge, Throwback, Training

Throwback Thursday: Pumping Iron

There is one all time legend when it comes to bodybuilding and having the perfect physique. That man is Arnold Schwarzenegger. If you google his name you will see pictures of a governor, an actor, and an artist. Why do I say artist? Well, when you look at his physique it looks like an artist sculpted him. Still to this […]

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Weight Gain Wednesday: GOMAD? 1
by / on January 29, 2014 at 7:32 PM / in Nutrition, Weight Gain

Weight Gain Wednesday: GOMAD?

GOMAD stands for a Gallon Of Milk A Day. A gallon of whole milk gives you roughly 2,400 calories, 124 grams of protein, 204 grams of carbs (sugar), and 128 grams of fat. Why Drink a Gallon of Whole Milk? Most people these days, including you, probably don’t consume enough calories to gain weight. One of the main reasons this happens is […]

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Creatine Mythbusters Part 2: Creatine Needs to Be Cycled 0
by / on January 27, 2014 at 10:17 PM / in Knowledge

Creatine Mythbusters Part 2: Creatine Needs to Be Cycled

You have probably noticed that on many creatine supplement labels, creatine needs to be cycled for optimal results. And you’ve heard someone say cycling is necessary for creatine supplementation. Is that really the case? The answer is no. Here are a couple of reasons why.   Heavily Researched Creatine The effectiveness of creatine has been studied and researched for many […]

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Creatine Mythbusters Part 1: Creatine Causes Muscle Cramps 0
by / on January 25, 2014 at 4:38 AM / in Knowledge

Creatine Mythbusters Part 1: Creatine Causes Muscle Cramps

Creatine Mythbusters Part 1: Have you ever heard anyone say that creatine causes muscle cramps? Here are the facts: Many studies have been performed on the effects of creatine, and most of these studies involved megadosing, yet they still don’t point to any muscle cramping. In one popular study, the myth of muscle cramping was put to rest in the […]

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Weight Gain Wednesday: How to Gain Weight for Busy Individuals 0
by / on January 23, 2014 at 1:48 AM / in Training, Weight Gain

Weight Gain Wednesday: How to Gain Weight for Busy Individuals

Are you that individual who is strapped down with constant responsibilities which also keeps you from your fitness goals? Do you wish you could put a little size on, get a bit stronger, and feel more motivated in life? I have the answer for you! A lot of people I talk to can’t gain weight. Those same people are also too […]

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Fat Loss Friday: 3 Tips for Losing Unwanted Fat 0
by / on January 20, 2014 at 11:18 PM / in Fat Loss, Training

Fat Loss Friday: 3 Tips for Losing Unwanted Fat

If you look down at your mid section right now, how do you feel? Don’t worry, I know it was just they holiday season and January is a busy month, but what if I told you that I could help you lose your fat without making you spend hours in the gym.   Tip number 1: Walk! Try to get […]

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Throwback Thursday: SuperPump 250 1
by / on January 18, 2014 at 5:03 AM / in Supplements, Throwback

Throwback Thursday: SuperPump 250

What is your favorite pre-workout of all time? For me, SuperPump 250 by Gaspari Nutrition was the first pre-workout I tried and I can still remember the insane workouts I had while I was on it. The pumps were insane, the energy and focus was something I never experienced before, and the strength I had was outstanding. I can honestly say […]

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Must You Squat?? Dorian Yates answers 0
by / on January 11, 2014 at 5:56 AM / in Training

Must You Squat?? Dorian Yates answers

You might be going, “Of course you must squat!” But some are wondering if it’s always the case. For example, here is a comment we recently received from a viewer. “Everybody I know in the gym squats. After I injured my knees I have not squatted and it has been almost 2 months. I don’t feel right about not doing […]

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