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Pre-Workout Mistakes You Need To Avoid

When you’re following a hard-core workout regimen, there are certain things that seem trivial at first that can destroy your efforts. These things happen aside from your exercises, and can occur both before and after working out. It’s the “before” ...

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Building Godlike Traps

You know that hill-like muscle that goes from your shoulder to your neck? It’s called the trapezius muscle, and building your arms and shoulder without taking care of this muscle will make you look like a poorly-designed action figure. But ...

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Pick Squats Over Leg Presses

Machine-bound exercises can be tempting, as they make building certain muscles a breeze. Who would say ‘no’ to something that will help them isolate and focus on something they would spend months working on otherwise? Take leg presses for example ...

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The Importance Of Goals In Training

No matter which exercises you do, working out can be hard. But if the physical stress isn’t enough, powering through like a mindless zombie without any particular goal in sight can be even more devastating. This can lead to boredom, ...

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Get Down With The Turkish Getup

Core exercises are something anyone with even the smallest intention of building any muscle must do. However, these exercises are far from easy, as they are known to engage over 80% of your muscle mass, which can lead to exhaustion ...

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Widen Your Back With These Moves

Let’s be honest here – having gigantic arms without them being attached to a wide back looks ridiculous. Your back is what contributes the most to your body’s shape, so neglecting to build back muscles in order to widen your ...

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An Old Ab Exercise For A New Summer

You can find gizmos, gadgets, devices, and contraptions at any gym. And while it’s said that these can improve your routine, we still believe that people knew exactly what they were doing back in the day. Take Arthur Saxon for ...

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