In my opinion, deadlifting of any variation should be performed by all beginner and intermediate lifters purely to jumpstart and/or perpetuate gains. More »
Marc Lobliner of TigerFitness.com and Maurice Bright of Maurice B Fit discuss the topic of direct abdominal training; watch and comment below with your thoughts! (:
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Salutations everybody! Hope the month of August is treating you all absolutely marvelous thus far (: I recently finished up a mini mass phase spanning all last month which has added some quality size to my frame rather successfully (HELL yes x10!!!). During this brief phase, I learned a few things that assisted me in optimizing my efforts and I’m going to share them with you all within this piece here because duh, why wouldn’t I?!?! So, if you’re prepared to add some more meat to your deli (Yes, I just made that up so credit me when you steal it, please and thank you), let’s BEGIN.
Ah, pears…with their soft, succulent exterior and flavored mushy insides; definitely a favorite of mine. Pears are also chalk full of micronutrients (vitamins + minerals), which is very beneficial to your health so we’re going to cover a few of those micros here 😀 (Side note: PEARS RULE!!!)
Bounce back, quickly…that pretty much sums up resiliency, meaning wise but just how “important” is this thing?
We all know squats are king. Squats build the booty, squat til you puke and etc., but there is also a slew of other exercises out there that can help build up your lower body outside of squats. These exercises are of course labeled “accessory” lifts but despite the labeling, are still very effective. So without further ado, let’s begin discussing these exercises.