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Sagittarius Horoscope for Friday, April 29, 2016

Friday, April 29, 2016 - You're weary of doing everything the same old way today and yearn for the excitement of change. It's great to be innovative as long as your restlessness doesn't prompt you to add chaos to your life just because you are currently bored. Proceed with caution or you could manufacture a whole new set of problems before you know it. Although it might be contrary to your natural flair for the dramatic, making small adjustments to your normal routine is smarter than shaking up everything all at once.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger's "Come With Me If You Want To Lift" Tee

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4 Supplements to Keep the Muscle, Lose the Fat

Sixty-one percent of your skeletal muscle contains the amino acid glutamine. After a strenuous workout, levels of it will significantly drop. This amino acid is crucial in maintaining muscle mass and fostering muscle protein synthesis. As for fat loss purposes, glutamine can offset fat storage, making it a beneficial supplement for weight loss. Let’s not also forget that as we get older, levels of human growth hormone (HGH) start to decrease. Well, glutamine increases your body’s ability to secrete the fountain of youth hormone; HGH helps burn fat and build muscle.

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Keep Building Muscle as You Get Older

better lean muscle shape, and improving muscle density and quality.  If you have the self-control to do this, it pays of in a big way. I personally have found that the years from my 35th until now have been my most productive years by far. So while I haven’t been putting on massive amounts of muscle due to age as well as to engaging in other types of training (like MMA), I have in my bodybuilding training been more attendant to the quality and refinement of my physique. My training routines, as a result, have become much shorter and more efficient. I’ve been less focused on the poundage moved and more on the “feeling” of the muscle contracting.

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Arnold's Bench Basics

This isn’t the ideal way for bodybuilders to bench press. As you lift the bar, think about pushing your shoulders forward and squeezing your pecs together at the top of each rep. This increase in range of motion is fairly small, but it’s nonetheless significant: It prevents you from using your triceps too much at the top and keeps maximum tension on the pecs. Locking out your elbows will do little for you as a bodybuilder. Powerlifters also adjust their grip width on the bar (wider or narrower) according to what allows them to lift the most weight. The grip width used by bodybuilders will vary depending on individual proportions, but you need to make sure the pecs do more of the work. With too narrow a grip, you end up working the triceps rather than the pecs. I suggest keeping your bench-press grip outside shoulder width for maximum pec development. Another key benching technique for powerlifters is keeping the elbows in tight to their sides to increase power output. For bodybuilding, keep your elbows out to your sides, to the point where your upper arms are about perpendicular to your torso.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger's Pectoral Perfection

Two other examples of incorrect technique are using too much weight and lowering the dumbbells too far to the sides.  The idea of using too much weight doesn’t need much explanation.  Flyes aren’t a power exercise, and if you can’t perform reps without excessively bending your elbows, you’re working too heavy. In this case, decrease the weight. If you’re struggling with 40-pound dumbbells, try 30s or 25s. Using too great a range of motion is the second recipe for disaster. Once you’ve lowered the weights to the point at which your hands are even with your shoulders or you can feel a moderate, not painful, stretch in the pecs, that’s far enough. Lowering too far puts way too much stress on the pectoral muscles, shoulders and biceps, not to mention the vulnerable shoulder joint itself. To avoid this, always lower the dumbbells slowly so that momentum doesn’t carry you past the desired range of motion. Again, as soon as you feel the onset of a stretch in your pecs, switch directions smoothly.  Remember, nothing sets your development back further faster than serious injury.

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The Golden Age of Bodybuilding

More than three decades ago, magic was made in the original Gold’s Gym.

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Blow Up Your Bench for a Massive Chest

Almost anyone who has stepped foot inside a gym has made the bench priority one at some point. After all, a big bench equals a big chest. And who doesn’t want a massive chest that’s the envy of all? So why has an exercise that was once an, ahem , benchmark for strength and size been kicked to the curb like yesterday’s outdated software? Most people will tell you that they steer clear of it for fear of a torn pec or rotator cuff injury. That’s too bad, because the bench press is still the big daddy of upper-body exercises — as long as it’s done the right way. That’s where we come in. On the following pages, you’ll find a step-by-step guide to performing this exercise for both monster chest growth and a jaw-dropping retort to the inevitable — and annoying — question, how much do you bench?

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This the most AMAZING alarm out there! If you want inspiration and motivation each day in the best possible way you can receive it then get this app. The Rock will keep you on track and on task. You don't need anything else! Only Jabroni's wouldn't use this app! Don't be a Jabroni!

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The Classic Physique Debate

Bodybuilding is both a sport and an art, but that only begins to explain the tension. First, it’s the most subjective of all athletic contests. Which physique is ideal? Do you favor more mass or better proportions? Monster quads or a greater flow to the whole? And as art, styles clash, as if a lifelike sculpture by Michelangelo is next to an abstract painting by Picasso. Is bodybuilding foremost about the pursuit of harmonious refinements or the avant-garde urge to shock? On one side is Team Aesthetic, on the other is Team Freaky. And somewhere in the middle are men, like five-time Mr. Olympia Phil Heath, who combine elements of both. The debate has only grown with the creation of the classic physique division, which launches this year. How did we get here? Where are we headed? And what exactly is classic?

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8 At-Home Workouts Under 10 Minutes to Help You Lose Weight and Build Muscle

Most of us have the option of going to the gym at two points in the day: before work, or after work. Both of these timeframes are peak hours which means the crowd factor is at a 10. Locker rooms, crowded. Showers, crowded. Dumbbell rack, crowded. Benches, crowded... and sweaty. You get the point. Your mood is affected, your workouts suffer, and results can dwindle. Not to mention, everyone looks at you like you're a jerk because you're trying to do a superset or a circuit.

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9 Tough Questions to Ask a Trainer Before You Sign Up

The problem is, with social media nowadays, there seems to be an endless supply of coaches and personal trainers out there. How do you weed out the fakes from the real deal guys? These 9 questions should help you to uncover if this person is a good match for you.

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The 6-Week Routine to Run a 6-Minute Mile

How to do it:  First and foremost, you need to find your starting point. (Remember to warm up!) Run one time trial of at least 1000m to determine where you are. Run at top effort while maintaining form and control. This is 2.5 times around a standard 400m track. Start at the 200m mark, run to the finish and complete 2 more laps.

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'The Rock's' alarm clock | HLNtv.com

“ The Rock Clock ” is a free download for Android and iOS devices. It replaces your beeping or ringing alarm clock and replaces those sounds with a messages from The Rock and other unconventional sounds (like a harp being smashed to pieces) every day.

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The 6 Worst Things You Can Do For Bigger Biceps

If you are planning on selling tickets to your own personal “gun-show” you better make sure the crowd will be impressed. The last thing you want is to throw up a biceps pose (with a big grin) and get booed off the stage.

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6 Moves to Build a Better Back

This workout featuring IFBB Pro Ann Titone will blast your delts and lats.

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21 Awesome Shoulder Exercises

Want to add some variety into your shoulder workout? Here is a powerful demonstration of 21 shoulder exercises that you can easily add into your routine. Fitness trainer Andy McDermott, creator of this "deltoid destroyer," video uses circuit training almost exclusively for getting lean and mean results while under the tough time constraints of a hectic lifestyle.

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The DETOX: A Total-Body Workout Program

The DETOX plan is a moderately-intense full body program to slowly, and progressively get yourself back into working order. It's just the reset the body needs to renergize your metabolism and get your muscles firing back to normal. Personal trainer John Gioffre demonstrates the three days you'll be working out in the gym. Two other days will be spent on cardio, and one as "active rest", and the other reserved for complete rest.

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Get a Harder Core with These 4 Midsection Moves

When people refer to “core stabilization,” this collection of exercises is exactly what they’re talking about. You can’t successfully perform any of these four moves without your midsection remaining solid and stable throughout every set. If you’re unstable, you’ll quickly learn why

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5 Things You're Deficient In | T Nation

The trouble is, iodine isn't as common as other minerals. The farther you get away from the sea (the source of most earthly iodine) and the foods contained therein, the more likely you're deficient. This is why the Morton Salt Company started adding iodine to its salt in 1924. Thyroid problems disappeared almost overnight. However, despite its dietary importance, iodine intake has decreased by about 50% from 1971 to 2001, the latest dates for which I could find statistics.

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Life Happens

Sometimes you're too busy to exercise. Or don't feel like eating healthy. Life happens, and when it does, here's what you should do.

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Giving You Strength Training "Advices" From 27 Years Training Experience • Zach Even-Esh

I was 13 1/2 years old. This June I'll be 40 1/2 years young. I will NEVER stop training, it is my ritual and keeps me sane among countless other benefits.

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Switch Your Grip for Bigger Biceps

Regular Grip : For most bodybuilders, this refers to a shoulder-width grip. In this position, the arms are fairly vertical and the biomechanics for the curl are optimal. This grip allows a fairly even contribution from both biceps heads and the brachialis to curl the weight.

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7 Tips for Burning Fat and Building Muscle

Go outside and take a walk. Do some pushups , do some lunges – just get moving. And if you think you need hours and hours each day, you’re wrong. 10-15 minutes of moving, stretching, doing bodyweight exercises will add up very quickly in a week. Start slow and do 3 times a week and as you progress, do 4 or 5 times a week if you want. Now do this each week over the course of a month, 3 months and a year. Be consistent.

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4 Biggest Lies of The Biggest Loser | T Nation

Here's what The Biggest Loser does. It removes desperate people from their homes and secludes them on a "ranch" for months. They're only able to eat what they're given – a very low calorie, low fat diet. They are trained, according to former contestants, for 4-6 hours a day, and kept in isolation.

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How Your Genes Could Impact Your Fitness and Health Goals

Sure, you probably have a good idea what you’re genetically good at and where you struggle. But, do you know what to do about those things to maximize the good and overcome the bad? Click through the following slides and read about which genes could be impacting your "struggle" with certain diet and fitness goals, plus what you can do about them.

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C.T. FLETCHER & MIKE O'HEARN : The TITAN vs SUPERMAN !

Watch this EPIC battle against the SUPERMAN from COMPTON and The TITAN , Mike O'Hearn, go neck to neck in a monster workout of ARMS at the Original Iron Addicts Gym , located in Long Beach,CA. Who dares to enter the valley of the BEAST?! In video : ROB DID IT #1849 , Legendary Bulo, Head Trainer Jabbaar "Phitlosspher" , Hercules & Tanc www.CTFLETCHER.com www.mikeohearn.com

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The Biggest Hurdles to Working Out at Home—and How to Beat Them

How many times have you thought about working out and, instead of blasting through a quick routine, skipped it because you only had 30 minutes to spare? Far too often, right? Most of us are under the impression we need to exercise for at least 60-90 minutes in order to get a good workout in. "The truth is, people get really good results—especially men—with things like calisthenics and HIIT," Morelli says. More often than not, giving maximum effort for 15-30 minutes is more beneficial than moderate-intensity work for twice as long. You'll build a leaner, stronger physique, and your routines will always feel fresh.

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15 Sunglasses Perfect For Summer

Aside from protecting your eyes from harsh UV rays, sunglasses can instantly enhance your style. Whether you're looking for a great pair to get you through your next workout, a stand-out pair of attention-getters, or a classic-cool style, we've found it. We identified five current trends in sunglasses: wooden frames, thin rims, bold hues, circular lenses, and performance shields. Then, we sorted through brand after brand to choose our three favorite pairs in each category.  Click through the following slides to find the trend(s) that best suit your style.

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The Muscle-Building Standards: Build a Big Back

Guys have been tossing around weights to build mass for quite some time. A lot has changed since back in Arnold's day, but a lot has also stayed the same. The Standards are bare-bones muscle-building tactics. Straight sets, moderate rest, and traditional exercises.

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