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Mental Muscle 2: Heavy Weights: The Elixer of Life

http://www.Denovonutrition.com Heavy weights are seen as an indirect healer around the world. De Novo Nutrition Athlete Ryan Doris shares his thoughts in thi...

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7 Muscle-Building Shakes

Each of the following shakes makes one serving and fits into a certain point on your schedule. One warning, though: After trying these, you may not be able to go back to plain protein powder and water ever again.

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5 Ways to Burn Body Fat Without Cardio

As long as you're not training for an endurance sport , it's more than feasible to replace traditional cardio with lifting. However, the exercises you choose, while important, are not the main factor in determining the cardiovascular training effect; the key is how you perform them. Follow these guidelines to turn your lifting program into a fat-burning frenzy.

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The M&F “GFH” Diet

Get freakin’ huge with (more) of the right food and supps at the right times to drastically accelerate muscle growth.

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Exercising Late Won't Keep You Awake

Evening workouts don't affect sleep quality, says a recent poll.

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The Science Behind the 1-Rep Max

To figure out your 1RM without actually attempting it, estimate it by doing a set of 5–10 reps with lower weight. Then, find this weight and locate your 1RM estimation on a 1RM chart that lists the amount of weight you can lift 10 times as about 75% of your 1RM. Another way to estimate 1RM is to use websites and mobile applications that use equations to predict your maximum strength.

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The Rock quotes Jay Z & then smacks a dude out of the Ring

The Rock quotes Jay Z & then smacks a dude out of the Ring

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7 CRUCIAL CARB TIPS

The 2-3 rule dictates that you consume 2-3 grams (g) of carbs per pound of bodyweight per day, spread over five or six meals. A 200-pound bodybuilder has to chow down on 400-600 g per day--3 g per pound of bodyweight (600 g of carbs) is the ultimate objective.

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The Best Single Kettlebell Workout

offers a distinct set of benefits from a pair. Your body will have to compensate for the imbalance by recruiting your core muscles more intensely, and working one side at a time will make for longer sets with a greater cardiovascular demand. Done as a circuit, the exercises that follow raise your heart rate even further, making this workout a great adjunct to a strict diet for fat loss.

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Six Things You Should Never Change for Any Female

Winning over and keeping the woman of your dreams requires time, sacrifice, and compromise—so in the grand scheme of things, it may not seem like a big deal if your significant other asks that you tweak your behavior or image. But over time, if the requests become more significant, it may be time to put your foot down. It can be hard to tell which requests are crossing a line though—especially when you're blinded by love. To help you out, we checked in with some top relationship experts to find out what things you should never have to change for a woman.  10 Rules for Landing a Good Girlfriend>>>

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The Renaissance Diet

Dr. Israetel, Dr. Case and Dr. Hoffman not only have PhDs and are actively serving as professors and researchers, they are also high level competitors and coaches in powerlifting, bodybuilding, rugby, and combat sports. This combination of scientific knowledge and practical experience is the best in helping you achieve your goals.

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Walk With Me

Shawn Rhoden’s social media feeds often contain inspirational sayings like, “Live each day to the fullest—no regrets, no could’ve, should’ve. In the end when your story is written, let it be known you did with all you got.”

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Officially a member of the #SHREDZARMY

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Raise the Bar

CONCLUSION Lifters are much stronger on barbell bench presses than on dumbbell bench presses. However, the Norwegian team also found that dumbbell presses use much less triceps muscle than barbell bench presses. This is likely due to the fact that the movement is more of an arc with dumbbells, as your arms move up and together. The barbell, on the other hand, only allows the arms to move straight up. This allows you to fatigue your triceps on bench presses first. Then when you move on to dumbbell presses, the triceps won’t be the weak link and you can focus more on the pecs.

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Muscle Recuperation & Anabolic Hormones

There are many factors that influence a person’s ability to recuperate from resistance exercise , including genetics, diet, supplement intake, and drug use. So, how ofen can you train and recuperate to make gains in muscle mass? Although Ronnie trained legs twice a week, the research suggests that your ability to recuperate is influenced by testosterone levels.

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Power-Up Pumpkin Recipes

Five simple and healthy ways to incorporate this fall favorite into your dishes.

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Zach Even-Esh: Strongcast

Stream the latest in news, sports, talk, and entertainment radio anywhere, on demand. Stitcher is the easiest way to discover the best of over 25,000+ radio shows, live radio stations and podcasts.

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Like Hoss

Fouad “Hoss” Abiad knew he wanted to be a bodybuilder when heattended his first bodybuilding event, the 2000 Toronto Pro. The pro portion of the show was dominated by such bodybuilding legends as Markus Rühl (who won) and future Mr. Olympia Dexter Jackson (runner-up), but it was the amateur part of the contest that stoked Abiad’s competitive fire. “A friend of mine, who I worked with at a bar, was competing,” remembers Abiad. “He was 220 or something like that, and I just thought it was crazy that he was up there, and I wanted to do it.”

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A Smarter Chest Workout

The two incline movements in your routine imply that you want to build your upper chest , but you don’t need to dedicate so much time to that in one workout. Try hitting your chest with more frequency instead of bombing it with volume. Train it twice a week (the second workout only needs to consist of two or three chest moves), and perform pushups with your feet elevated two other days a week for 100 total reps. (Take as many sets as you need to hit that number.) Hitting the chest frequently with various forms of stimuli will yield greater gains and decrease the risk of burnout and injury.

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Heighten Your Delt Growth With the Lateral Raise

A: The lateral raise is an excellent movement for developing the middle head of the deltoid, and there's more than one way to do the exercise correctly. You can alter the emphasis placed on the middle head by changing up how high you raise your arms and the position of your body during the exercise. Here's what you need to know about your shoulders -- and how to turn them into boulders.

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Triple H: Remaking the Game

When a guy has not one but two Motorhead songs written about him, calling him a bad ass is such an understatement it’s almost insulting. Triple H, aka Paul Michael Levesque, cemented his status as a pro wrestling legend long ago, having played a major part in the WWE’s infamous Attitude Era—when his battles with anti-hero characters like The Rock and outrageous antics such as flipping the bird drew record TV ratings. But with 13 world-title reigns under his belt, Triple H is now spending more time in the board room than the locker room as one of the WWE’s top executives. That said, “The Game” still laces up his boots for the occasional pay-per-view event, and, at age 45, 
is the strongest, healthiest, and most agile he’s ever been. As Lemmy Kilmister said, “Bow down to the king...”

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Greg Plitt - Back Workout Preview

"Winning isn't everything, but training to win is. Having the will to win, that is everything." Train to win with Greg as he leads you through his new Never Looking Back Workout. Make it through the barrage of exercises in this grueling back workout and, not only will you unleash the growth, but you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you put the work in today, so you don't have to wonder "what if" tomorrow.

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WHY You Must Train When It REALLY Matters - Zach Even-Esh

Thanks man! I’ve recently turned 30 and felt like I had no choice but to submit to my desk job and responsibilities as a father. Over the last two weeks, I’ve been working on developing a character that says, I can and will achieve whatever greatness I desire, and it will come at great cost. And that in the pursuit of those things, I will become a better, more vibrant, father and husband. Thank you to Mark Divine, Joe De Sena, the Barbell bros, and you Zach for the serious kick in the pants. My 40 year old self will thank you as well.

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Top 10 Energy-Boosting Foods and Drinks

“Nuts and dried fruit are the ideal combination of healthy fats, fiber and protein. While refined carbs that are void of fiber quickly break down into glucose for short bursts of energy, fiber helps slow down glucose-release so there is always a steady supply. Similar to fiber, protein also slows down metabolism of carbs and repairs muscle damage to prevent post-training soreness. Fats such as nuts, seeds and oils are notorious for providing long-lasting energy particularly for longer runs or swims over an hour. Since carbs are the first macronutrient to get used during activity, they can become easily depleted at which point the body relies on energy from fat,” Moskovitz says.  Energy Tip:  To avoid excess sugars and oils that can be added to many popular trail mixes get creative and make your own! Combine all your favorite raw nuts such as pistachios, almonds or peanuts with seeds plus dried fruit. Add in some whole grain cereal or pretzels to pack in more fueling carbohydrates. Trail Mix Alternatives>>>