Category Archives: training

Christian Thibaudeau – Steroid User?

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Christian Thibaudeau works for the “muscle worship” website T-Nation.com. He claims that he has assembled his physique without the use of anabolic steroids. Consequently, many unaware teenagers believe that they can build a body similar to the one of Christian Thibaudeau without drugs. They go to T-Nation.com and buy all the supplements pushed in their […]

Adam Raw – Natty Or Not?

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Adam Raw is a bar athlete from the Czech Republic who has a sick Photoshop physique. Since he is training solely with bodyweight exercises, many people wonder whether they can acquire a similar physique without taking steroids. Let’s analyze the physique of Adam Raw to see if that’s a possibility. Height: 6’1 (185 cm) Weight: […]

Arm Day? You are wasting your time, stupid!

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Everyone wants big arms. The vast majority of the lifting population is secretly measuring its arms every few days. It’s an obsession. An addiction. Madness. People simply want to have that big, ”what the fuck, dude?” arm. The common path to arm ascension chosen by most humanoids is to mimic the pros by adding a […]

Building Big Legs With Deadlifts

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The deadlift is a classic compound exercise that allows you to lift a significant amount of weight. It builds your lats, spinal erectors, hamstring, glutes, forearms, traps and other muscles. Unlike the squat, the deadlift comes with a shorter range of motion (ROM) and places a higher emphasis on the hamstrings than the quads. With […]

Body Fat Levels – Underestimated By Natural Bodybuilders

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Recreational natural bodybuilders underestimate their body fat percentage all the time. Achieving a contest ready conditioning is not nearly as easy as it seems to many. Most bodybuilders are often surprised by the amount of weight they have to shred to get ready for a contest. It’s not uncommon to lose over 2 inches off […]

Can You Get 20 Inch Arms Naturally?

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You can’t get 20-inch arms naturally unless you plan on joining a sumo team in the near future. During the Golden Era of Bodybuilding, legit 20-inch arms in a lean state were a rarity of the first order. There is evidence suggesting that Arnold Schwarzenegger’s arms were smaller than the official 22 inches. Arthur Jones, […]

5 Knee Friendly Alternatives To Running

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Jogging and sprinting are productive activities only if your joints can take the impact. Below are five alternatives to running for people who experience pain. A combination of the exercises below can build endurance, explosiveness, and strength. 1.Bodyweight squats If you are using running as a form of cardio, bodyweight squats could be a great […]

When Running Sucks For Losing Weight

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Running is one of the most popular forms of cardio. Sometimes, however, it’s not an efficient way to accomplish your goals. If an individual is severely overweight, running is a harmful activity. When you are a fatso, your knees won’t appreciate your affair with the road. Consequently, seriously overweight people prefer to swim or ride […]

Tall Bodybuilders Have a Harder Time Building Muscle

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There’s no point in denying the obvious – tall bodybuilders have a harder time building noticeable muscle mass due to their lengthy frames. ”High altitude” men have to gain a lot more weight than the hobbits to fill their frames and look like they lift. Powerlifting, weightlifting, and bodybuilding are dominated by short athletes. There […]

How To Bulk as an Ectomorph?

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There are two main types of ectomorphs – skinny and skinny-fat. The skinny ectomorph is an individual who weighs little and has a low body fat percentage. Most skinny ectomorphs have visible abs. The skinny-fat ectomorph weighs little too but has a higher body fat percentage. Small to medium size guts are common for skinny […]

The Truth About Hardgainers in Bodybuilding The industry lied to you...again.

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The modern muscle industry coined the term ”hardgainer” to describe individuals who, as you can probably guess, have a hard time gaining muscular bodyweight. The term refers primarily to people who remain skinny despite lifting weights. In this post, I will clear some of the misconceptions surrounding this term. Here’s what you need to know. […]