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Tag Archives: exercise
Body Building Anatomy
The anatomy of body building includes knowing what muscles are located where and how they are grown most effectively. It can be confusing, so as you read this article, find a mirror and locate the muscles on your own body. When you are body building, knowing the anatomy of your body can be Continue reading
Your Weight in Muscle
You probably have heard that muscle weighs more than fat. Many people notice a small weight gain when they begin lifting weights consistently. As a general rule, if you lift weights 2 to 3 times a week, you can gain 1 pound of muscle per month for about 6 months. After that, the ra Continue reading
Workout Without a Gym
We know that using free weights and machines is the fastest and most efficient way there is to improve your metabolism and strength, but for many reasons these may not be convenient or readily accessible to you.
You may also have no access to a commercial gym, home gym Continue reading
Why You Should NOT Try to Isolate Muscle Groups When Weight Training
Working as a fitness professional, there is one type of question I get all the time that shows that many people are missing the big picture regarding the benefits of strength training. This popular question usually goes something like this:
"What exercise can I do to Continue reading
Why My Muscles Won’t Grow? Cortisol Stress Hormone Destroy Muscle Tissues
There are many reasons why your muscles won't grow or why your muscle growth is retarded. One main culprit for your muscle tissue to in a catabolic and not in an anabolic state is the stress hormone called cortisol. This stress hormone, cortisol, is produced by your body when you Continue reading
Why aren’t I building muscle
Have you ever asked yourself that question? Have you been going to the gym regularly for months and haven't been able to put on any serious poundage? If you answered yes to any of these questions, it's time to take a step back and make some plans. Building muscle is not rocket Continue reading
When Is Best Time To Eat Protein For Building Muscles|Muscle Growth?
Every bodybuilder and fitness enthusiast knows that you must eat enough protein for muscle growth. Without the amino acids of protein, your muscles cannot grow no matter how hard and often you train your. Protein is the building block of muscles and there are no other nutrients to sub Continue reading
What To Eat To Gain Weight And Build Muscle
Are you underweight and don't know what to eat to gain weight? Millions of dollars are spent each year on magazines, books, and weight gain supplements. Gaining weight does not happen overnight and requires a commitment from you, but does not have to be hard if you work out and ea Continue reading
What Causes Muscle Growth?
In order for muscles to grow, three things are required:
1. Stimulus – exercise is needed to make the muscles work, use energy and cause microscopic damage to the fibers.
2. Nutrition – after intense exercise the muscles need to replenish their stores of fuel Continue reading
Weight Lifting – What Every Beginner Should Know!
Here are a few things that beginners should know about weight lifting.
First you put good strain on your joints as well as your bones when you lift weights. This strengthens your bones. Strong bones protect our bodies against breakage and osteoporosis.
Anothe Continue reading