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Myths Of Common Weight Gain

Myths Of Common Weight Gain

1 – High repetitions burn fat while low repetitions build muscle. Weight gain myths Progressive overload is needed to make muscles bigger. Meaning that you need to perform more reps than you did for your last workout for that particular exercise. If you perform the same amount of reps at each workout nothing will change [...]

Beginners Common Mistakes in Weight Lifting

Beginners Common Mistakes in Weight Lifting

1. Overtraining A common mistake is that having sessions lasting hours long or performing tons of the same exercises several days a week will get you better gains. “Less is more” when it comes to weight training. Remember that your central nervous system and joints come into the alpha blockers and cialis picture, and suffer [...]

Common Questions About Creatine

Common Questions About Creatine

 1.What Is Creatine? Creatine is derived from the amino acids glycine, arginine, and methionine. Skeletal muscle contains 95% of all creatine. The heart, brain, and testes hold the remaining 5%.2. How Does Creatine Work? According to David Sandler, the Senior Director of Education for the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), “Creatine allows you to [...]

Common Bodybuilding Terms

Common Bodybuilding Terms

Common Bodybuilding TermsOk, the first thing you need to know are the common terms you will encounter throughout the series. Find listed below the glossary of these terms: Abduction ? to move away from the midline of the body.Adaptation ? changes in structure or function of a muscle in response to progressively increased training loads.Anatomy [...]

Training Injury Ten Most Common Causes

Training Injury Ten Most Common Causes

Weight training isn’t a picnic or a walk in the park; it’s sweaty, gut busting work that, if done correctly, has you treading the thin line between growth and injury. If you train intensely – the only kind of training that stimulates growth – you continually flirt with muscle damage. Rubbing up against the danger [...]

Common Weight Gain Myths

Common Weight Gain Myths

Progressive overload is needed to make muscles bigger. Meaning that you need to perform more reps than you did for your last workout for that particular exercise. If you perform the same amount of reps at each workout nothing will change on you, also if the weight doesn’t changes on the bar nothing will change [...]

Made By Beginners Common Weight Lifting Mistakes

Made By Beginners Common Weight Lifting Mistakes

The world of weightlifting is huge. Believe me, I know that there is a lot of information to take in and it is extremely difficult to learn enough even to know what you are doing. As a beginner, jumping into this gigantic pool of knowledge and information can be very discouraging and even dangerous. This [...]

Most Common Bulking Mistakes

Most Common Bulking Mistakes

1) Not Eating Enough First off, I have to say that women tend to fall victim to this mistake a lot more than men. The reason behind this is that women hate putting on weight and after looking so good on stage the last thing that they want to do is put on FAT. So [...]

5 Common Fitness Misconceptions

5 Common Fitness Misconceptions

5 Common Fitness Myths​ Myth #1 – Doing ab exercises will result in a flat stomach and well-defined 6 pack abs.​ This is a common misconception that I hear from both guys and girls. “I gotta lose this gut. I need to start doing crunches…” This is not quite how it works. Yes, you must [...]

Made By Inexperienced Competitors Common Powerlifting Meet Mistakes

Made By Inexperienced Competitors Common Powerlifting Meet Mistakes

Mistake #1 – Weight Loss Whilst a lot of lifters cut weight before meets, this is usually a planned controlled process done in order to lift in a lighter weight class that their usual bodyweight permits, hence somebody who normally weighs around 105kgs (and would be in the 110kg class) would drop 5kgs or so [...]