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10 Minutes with Kevin Hart

Our new October 2016 cover guy—the one and only Kevin Hart—sat down with us at his shoot to talk about his latest projects, working out, success—and more. Check out this video Q&A with Hart. Then, be sure to read his cover feature story from our latest issue. You can also check out (and try out) his not-so-funny workout  routine. And be sure to download the new issue or pick it up on newsstands now!

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Dwayne Johnson on Twitter

EXCLUSIVE: 1st look at the @DisneyMoana poster! Stay tuned for more..THURSDAY I debut the trailer on @GMA ! #MOANA pic.twitter.com/qiy6FkAF1Z

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The Legs and Abs Workout for Training Partners

Our 3-day partner series with the Sons of Strength moves on in day two to target legs and abs. Watch Ryan and Eric Johnson demonstrate. For additional details on the plan, go to mensfitness.com/rivals

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Velocity Diet® Plan - Biotest

I soon asked Chad Waterbury to write a custom training plan, specially designed just for those on this diet. To test out the latest version of the plan, I put T Nation reader Gus Pancho on the latest version of the V-Diet. Gus is 37 years old and lost 40 pounds and nine inches from his belly during and after his Velocity Diet experience.

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12 The Missing Movement | T Nation

I know, it's not necessarily a "missing" exercise, but it is if you consider all the variations you're NOT doing but could be doing. Between high bar, low bar, yoke bar, goblet, box squats, and front squats – the options are endless. Add tempo manipulation, depth, and rep options and you can literally build your whole lower body with just this movement. I had an athlete who broke her arm. All she could do was squat for two months. Despite this, she didn't lose an ounce of muscle from her upper body.

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Should Your Workout Kick Your Ass?

Box jumps require a bit of experience and athleticism to do properly, but sprinting up a hill is doable for almost anybody. Find a fairly steep grade and dash up it. Walk back to the bottom and, when you’re ready, charge up the hill again; repeat for about 20 minutes. (You don’t need to go again right away—in fact, this may cause you to break form and get hurt, so don’t.) While running on flat ground can cause pulled hamstrings or hip flexors in beginners, sprinting on an incline slows you down so you don’t put the same pressure on your lower body. You can still work hard and not get hurt. Imagine that.

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Felix Varela Senior on Twitter

@TheRock Hi! I'm the Principal of Felix Varela Senior in DADE County and my students want to invite you to be their Principal for the Day!

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Jim Wendler Speaks at Open UGSS - elitefts.com

Dave Tate & Jim Wendler Talk PEDS/Training Philosophy - elitefts.com

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CarnoSyn: The Alpha of the Betas

By increasing muscle strength, speeding muscle recovery, and extending endurance, carnosine optimizes high-intensity exercise and training sessions, so you can really push your limits. The results of these sessions can enhance both your everyday and competitive performance.

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Eligibility:  The Bodybuilding.com Twitter contest (the “Contest”) is open to Twitter members who are eighteen (18) years of age and older at the time of entry (“Contestant”). Membership and enrollment in Twitter are free. Contest is open only to legal residents of the United States and the District of Columbia (excluding Puerto Rico, Samoa, Guam, the US Virgin Islands and any other U.S. territories and protectorates, and individuals with an APO or FPO military address). Contestants may not be members of any guild, union, or other organization that may prohibit them from participating in this Contest and that would restrict, require due payment or otherwise have the right to oppose such Contestant’s participation in this Contest. Employees, contractors, members, and agents of Bodybuilding.com, LLC, Liberty Media Corporation (and companies owned by Liberty Media Corporation), and members of their immediate family (including spouses, parents, siblings, children, and their respective spouses) and persons living in the same household with any such individual are ineligible. In order to be eligible, Contestant must follow these Rules.

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10 Interesting Facts About HGH

Here are a few things you probably didn't know about human growth hormone.

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Kevin Hart's Serious Workout Routine

It’s refreshing to see a simple workout. These days most trainers go the trendy route, with routines that are more “YouTube blooper reel” than “proven muscle builder.” Kevin Hart’s trainer, Ron “Boss” Everline ( just-train.com ), on the other hand, is defiantly old-school. His routine has no Bosu ball squats, no Olympic lifts, no fancy machines—it’s nothing dangerous and nothing you can’t do at home. But it’ll build you an incredible upper body, as Hart’s physique in Central Intelligence proves. And it takes just 30 minutes per workout.

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The Wolverine Workout: 4 Weeks to Shred Like Hugh Jackman

Main lifts are based off a percentage of your 1-rep max (1rm) in that lift, and the percentage changes each week (see the percentage charts to determine what weight you should use). Rest between sets is listed in seconds. Flexibility work such as static stretching and foam rolling should be performed at the end of each session.

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21-Day Workout for a Chiseled Upper Body

and deadlifts are tremendous total-body muscle builders, but they take a toll on everything from your joints to your nervous system, making it harder to train intensely again without taking several days to recover. You don’t have that kind of time if you want to get ripped before Labor Day, so we’re telling you to give up heavy leg work altogether for the next three weeks. This will allow you to train your upper body more frequently and with greater intensity, making for the fastest possible gains. However, if you insist on training legs, do one workout per week of light lower-body exercises, such as leg extensions and leg curls—but no barbell training.

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Hany Rambod's Tips to Supp Like a Pro

My clients take a fat burner supplement with 16 ounces of water 15–20 minutes before cardio. The fat burner consists of caffeine to help with energy, one or two pepper extracts to increase core temperature, and an appetite suppressant. If you’re sensitive to stimulants, L-carnitine is a nonstimulant fat burner. Add 2 grams to increase effectiveness.

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6 Simple Moves to Build a Bigger Chest

Let’s take a look at six easy moves that target one of the most noticeable and the first muscle group to walk into a room—the chest!

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Sagittarius Horoscope for Thursday, August 25, 2016

Thursday, August 25, 2016 - The same people who normally give you the best advice seem to be talking out of both sides of their mouths today. You can't get a simple answer to a straightforward question from anyone now that the loquacious Gemini Moon is hijacking your 7th House of Relationships. However, it's not everyone else who is unclear now; it's most likely your indecision that creates the ambiguity. Listen to your own internal discussion; if you want to achieve greatness, stop asking others for permission.

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Strength Is Not Always the Answer

If I could go back in time to when I first started lifting weights, I’d do everything differently. Back then, I was so worried about finding the right plan for me that I missed out on the two most fundamental aspects of exercise: movement and strength. Movement is easy to figure out, and yet mostly misunderstand....

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Hidetada Yamagishi - Road To Olympia 2016 - Episode 17

https://www.Bodicafe.com - Hidetada Yamagishi - Road To Olympia 2016 - Episode 17 The countdown begins now! The Road to Olympia coming and almost time for war! In this epsiode Hidetada trains arms with his coach, Patrick Tuor. Please leave a comment below and share this video! Don't forget to subscribe to the Official Hidetada Yamagishi channel! ► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_... Connect with Hidetada on social media! ► INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/HideYamagishi ► FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/HideYamagishiBB ► SNAPCHAT: HideYamagishi ► TWITTER: https://twitter.com/HideYamagishi ► BLOG: http://HidetadaYamagishi.com/ ► BODI CAFE: https://www.BodiCafe.com ► HIDETADA COLLECTION: https://www.bodicafe.com/collections/... -- Videographer ► INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/nateleungon... ► WEBSITE: http://www.NateLeung.com Content Restriction: The Content on the Service, and the trademarks, service marks and logos ("Marks") on the Service, are owned by by this channel, subject to copyright and other intellectual property rights under the law.

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Fitness, Diet, Form: 6 Questions Answered

It could be a lack of mobility or lower-back strength, or how your body is proportioned. If it’s the latter, the exercise might not be for you—and that’s OK. Every exercise doesn’t work with every body type. However, if you struggle to get into the conventional deadlift position with a neutral spine and it’s a mobility issue, try different deadlift variations: Trap-bar deads, rack pulls, and sumo deadlifts are all options. Additionally, focusing on hip mobility, core stability, and practicing the hip-hinge pattern will help “grease the groove” and improve the range of motion in your hips. Now, if you struggle to maintain a neutral spine once you start the lift, it’s probably due to a weak trunk. Good mornings, back extensions, dead bugs, and slow mountain climbers can help strengthen the lower back and anterior core. Also, all of those exercises make you maintain a neutral spine while you flex and extend your hips—all required during a deadlift.

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Combat Crunch Bars by MusclePharm at Bodybuilding.com - Best Prices on Combat Crunch Bars!

Coming from the BPI Best Protein bars, I was completely blown away by these. I bought two boxes, cinnamon twist and chocolate chip cookie dough, and thought they'd packaged a Snickers bar instead. The texture, the crunch morsels, the whey integration; everything worked seamlessly to deliver a fantastic package. The chocolate cake I received was tough (literally) to the point that I needed to microwave it to eat it without destroying my teeth, but I genuinely feel that I just may have received a bad batch. The taste was still excellent. Birthday cake tasted a little too sweet, with the crunchy morsels reminding me of Fruity Pebbles. Definitely the only protein bars I will be buying from now on; as you can see I've tried most of the flavors. Excellent product.

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'Program' for General Strength Gains?

I was hoping I could get some opinions on a 'program' I designed to make some general strength and size gains. I tried starting strength for a while about a year ago and did okay but I got bored of it and missed doing bodybuilding work, ultimately this effected my motivation and I started missing workouts and since then I've not really done much productive. My current lifts: Deadlift 100kg x 5 Squat 72.5kg x 5 (today on this program) Bench 55kg x 8 OHP 30kg x 5

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10 Minutes with Kevin Hart

Our new October 2016 cover guy—the one and only Kevin Hart—sat down with us at his shoot to talk about his latest projects, working out, success—and more. Check out this video Q&A with Hart. Then, be sure to read his cover feature story from our latest issue. You can also check out (and try out) his not-so-funny workout  routine. And be sure to download the new issue or pick it up on newsstands now!

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4 Things to Do AFTER Lifting to Boost Gains | T Nation

When it comes to speeding up recovery from a ball-busting workout, no single time period may be as important as the post-workout window. After the last rep, your main focus should shift to recovery so that you can train heavier, more often, and with greater intensity. Nutrition obviously plays a crucial role, but there's more you can do. Tapping into your parasympathetic nervous system response with specific strategies can also expedite recovery.

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Dwayne Johnson on Twitter

EXCLUSIVE: 1st look at the @DisneyMoana poster! Stay tuned for more..THURSDAY I debut the trailer on @GMA ! #MOANA pic.twitter.com/qiy6FkAF1Z

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The 15 Most Important Exercises for Men

But some exercises have withstood the test of time, no matter what your approach. These moves have become staples in every serious lifter’s plan. If you're serious about your gym routine at all, make sure you add these into your workouts.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger's Secret to Tree Trunk Legs

Arnold’s early training wasn’t sufficiently high in volume. “For many years, I did only five sets of squats when I really should have been doing eight…[and] I did not put enough weight on the leg-press machine,” he said. “Once I realized my mistakes and corrected them, my thighs began to grow thick and massive.” At his peak, Arnold did at least 20 working sets for legs and took each set except his warm-ups to failure. This high-volume approach helped him put on the size and build the strength (his best was a 400-pound squat for eight reps) that turned around a weak bodypart.

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10 Worst Bench Press Mistakes

Avoid these ten worst, yet surprisingly common, bench press mistakes and learn exactly how you can fix them to build a barrel chest without the pain.

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6 Simple Moves to Build a Bigger Chest

Why is it then, with Mondays literally being international chest day at commercial gyms and so many guys so focused on training their pecs, that a big, strong, well-defined chest, outside of hardcore powerlifting and bodybuilding gyms, is like trying to find a needle in a haystack?

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6 Grooming Products That Can Slow or Prevent Hair Loss

Pills and potions might be the doctor’s orders, but you can also fight hair loss with a proper grooming arsenal. Here are a few products that will strengthen what you’ve got, or prevent damage otherwise caused by your existing routine.

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10 Anatomy Facts Every Bodybuilder Should Know

In the gym, you’ll often hear, “This is what works for me so I do this exercise this way.” While that lifter may have seen gains by doing things his/her way, there are certain exercises and positions they may be neglecting to build a stronger, more proportionate and symmetrical physique. While it’s true that everyone is physically different, there are bodies of research dedicated to discovering the best ways for weightlifters to get bigger and stronger. Functional anatomy is the study of how body systems cooperate to perform certain tasks and in this article; we’ll discuss the human body in relation to lifting weights.

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