strength training
Unless you’re an aspiring bodybuilder, or elite-level athlete, there’s no need to complicate your strength training regimen.  And although I’m reluctant to say it, there’s no need to do strength training more than 3 times a week for any longer than 45 minutes.  The key, in both cases, is maximizing your time in the gym,
perfect rep
In life you either have a result or an excuse The perfect repetition is the most basic of all strength training loading parameters. It actually influences all the other loading such as sets and choice of exercise. Yet, most trainees fail to observe the basics of a good rep. Hence, they lack progress. In life
Power lifts
Guest blog by coach Roland Jung 5 Essential Takeaways for the Achieving Excellence in the Power Lifts in Toronto A few weeks ago I took the Achieving Excellence In The Power Lifts seminar in Toronto, Canada with Charles Poliquin, Ed Coan and Matt Wenning. While both Charles and some students have already posted great summaries
buttocks
Glute exercises have always been a very important part of women’s workout regimen For as long as I can remember, glute exercises have always been in fashion. There were even fad training gimmicks looking like two ski poles. Those poles were fixed on the ground. Their purpose were to help women do more lunges in order to develop those
arms
Most trainees fail to achieve big arms because they do all their curls with a supinated grip In other words, by working their arms this way, they fail to maximize the recruitment of the brachialis muscle, which lies under the biceps brachii. Even though the brachialis is always recruited in any type of curls, it is