volume
A quanto volume deve submeter-se para ter resultados máximos na academia? Acabei de postar no Facebook que estava precisando de assuntos novos sobre quais escrever. Essa pergunta sobre o volume vem do recordista e campeão mundial múltiplo em powerlifting, Ed Coan. Esta questão só pode ser respondida se você sabe o que quer e se
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Priorizar lo que más importa Cualquier persona que ha leído un libro de auto-ayuda sobre el tema de productividad, debe entender el concepto de poner su primer orden, o la tarea más importante (TMI) antes de cualquier otra cosa. Se debe tomar en cuenta que de completar esta tarea, tendremos los resultados que estamos buscando
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gut bacteria
A guest Blog by Designs for Health New study demonstrates how gut bacteria causes obesity According to a new study published in Nature, a research team from Yale has identified the mechanism in which gut dysbiosis leads to obesity. Scientists have already understood that the gut microbiome is associated with metabolic markers and type II
Havyk Dumbbell, grip training
A Good Grasp on Grip Training Anyone who has been reading my website for a while cannot fail to notice that one thing I’m a bit proponent of grip training. Not just because it can impact your biceps and triceps development, as well as your forearm girth. It’s also because it is a major factor
kinetic chain enhancement
Kinetic Chain Enhancement & Strength Athlete… or how the Strength Sensei Beats Up Mark Bell Kinetic Chain Enhancement (KCE) has been around for about 20 years now. It is one of my best kept secret to dramatically improve the strength and range of motion of athletes right on the field. In this video, you can see
mag
The Magnesium Supplement Issue… We are constantly being told that magnesium is essential for our health and that we are chronically deficient in it. But what we are not told is what to look for in a magnesium supplement. The truth of the matter is that not all  supplements are the same quality. Not only
warm-up

How To Warm Up The Right Way

The Three Principles for a great warm-up for strength training Some background info If there is one area where advice in strength training is more  often than enough moronic , it is for warm-ups. You know the type that recommends this to warm up: cariocas to warm up for squats, having intercourse with foam rollers on
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Prioritize What Matters Most Anyone that’s cracked open a self-help book on productivity should understand the concept of putting their first order, or most important task (MIT) before anything else.  Given that, completing this task will give us the results we’re looking, and in many cases, remove the need to complete some of the other
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football players
by Moritz Klatten, Champ Performance, Hamburg, Germany The benefits and risks of having young football players lift weights There is no question that weight training will make football players better. It will enable them to run faster, jump higher, and kick harder. It will also help reduce the risk of injuries and get football players back
back pain
Guest blog by Annette Verpillot, President, Posturepro “Approximately 80 percent of Americans will suffer back pain in their lives, and at any given time 20 percent of American are suffering from some level of back pain.” These statistics have been recited so many times for the past four decades that its source has become a