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  • The “Punisher” Workout


    A good workout to me is one that covers all the bases: 1) It’s full body, and 2) It’s intense, and 3) It’s mentally stressful, but satisfying.Developing a workout is like writing a recipe. You keep tweaking and working at it until what your cooking becomes just right. And despite being such a bad cook, […]

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  • Quick Dumbbell Superset for Fat Loss and Muscle Building


    Supersets help you accomplish a lot in a shorter amount of time. This is why they are so great for busy people. Instead of training the gym 5 days a week, you can get the same results training just 3 days a week using supersets! I want to go over some of the BEST dumbbell […]

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  • Quick Barbell Superset for Fat Loss and Muscle Building


    Supersets are extremely useful for losing fat and gaining muscle. There’s a right way to do it, and a wrong way to do it. The right way to do it is to combine a barbell movement with either a dumbbell or bodyweight exercise. The wrong way to do it is to take two barbell movements […]

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  • New way of Doing the Squat Thrust: KB Squat Thrust


    There’s something special about squat thrusts. Squat thrusts, and it’s more advanced variation, the burpee, are staples of every training program designed to help you lose fat and become athletically fit.However, can you do this movement with a Kettlebell? Well, there is a very simple variation you can do with Kettlebells, but it requires you […]

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  • It’s difficult for a Vegetarian to get protein! And 2 Other Vegetarian Myths Debunked


    People say that you can’t burn fat or increase muscle mass or be a great athlete as a vegetarian. This is not true. If your diet isn’t clean, then it doesn’t matter if you eat meat, or you don’t eat meat, you won’t make any progress in your fitness endeavors. This artice isn’t about which lifestlye […]

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  • How to get a Flat Female Stomach

    Welcome to the next installment in the Female Fat Loss series. We’ve explored this topic through a variety of articles. Check out the previous articles on this topic to give you an understanding on how Female Fat Loss works: Female Fat Loss Myth #1: Age Makes me Fat Female Fat Loss Myth #2: Fitness Takes […]

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  • Why the “300” Methods Work and How you can use them in Your Own Training.

    I just saw the move “300” last week. I know, I know. Why so late? First of all, I’m not a big watcher of Hollywood films. I only watch them if I find something extremely interesting or if I’m out with a good group of friends I haven’t seen in a while. I expected the […]

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  • An Analysis of Weight Loss methods and Training Program

    I’m five weeks away from my one-year anniversary of deciding to make changes in my training and diet. Since my first 13 pound weight loss, it’s been an uphill battle to lose those last 7 pounds that I wanted to. I’ve gotten considerably leaner in the mirror, however my scale hasn’t changed much. I’m unsure […]

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  • Why I’m Not a Bodybuilder


    When I first began training, it’s safe to say that I had no clue what I was doing. Like most trainees, I picked up a bodybuilding magazine and copied the routines as best as I could. But a lack of knowledge is what made me knowledgeable. I spent hours on various websites, taking notes as […]

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  • Taku’s Time Intervals and Ross Enamait’s Burpee Conditioning


      Time interval training works really well if you have one exercise that you are performing, followed by a rest interval. Hence, something like Taku’s Interval training would work just fine. Taku’s Interval Training is basically a 12-week training program taking advantage of time and rest intervals and modifying them progressively over time. Here is […]

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