Monthly Archives: October 2014

Bodybuilding Tips For More Productive Back Workouts

Today’s post presents tips designed to make your back training more productive. I can’t breath when I do heavy chest supported rows. What now? The chest supported row is a decent exercise that trains the rear musculature of the upper body without stressing the lower back. This property makes the movement useful when you want […]

Deadlifts vs. Squats: What’s Better For Mass?

Deadlifts & Squats have a mythical status. Many muscle scholars attribute magical properties to both movements. According to the rumors, squats and deads build muscle thickness and size that the “curl and bench bros” can only dream of. Occasionally, there are furious discussions between the fans of each movement. Which one is better for mass – deadlifts or squats? Well, let’s look […]

How Do Male Gymnasts Get So Muscular? Are they using anabolic steroids?

Gymnasts are guilty of big arms, broad shoulders, wide backs, square chests and impressive leanness – a combination that results in the formation of an aesthetic physique that many aspire to acquire. As expected, the common belief is that gymnasts are 100% natural. However, is this really the case? However, is this really the case? Not All […]

Tips To Bring Up a Weak Chest

A strong, wide and thick chest adds aesthetics and power to your physique. Sadly, some lifters have a hard time recruiting the chest muscles and rely mostly on deltoid and triceps power during pushing exercises (e,g., bench press, push-ups…etc.). With a few adjustments, this can change. 1. Do Dips The bottom of the dip is […]