What followed however, was essentially four years of jogging in place (not literally, that’s too much cardio). I saw no gains, lost no weight, and probably left college in worse shape than I came into it.
Creating and maintaining muscle tension through your lifts is key to not only getting stronger, but also building more muscle, and staying relatively injury-free. Once you know how to create and implement muscle tension, you can start seeing more gains from your program.
The chest is made up of a number of different muscle groups, but when it comes to chest training, there are really three that you’re going to focus on: the pectoralis major, clavicular head, and the sternal head.
Another Sunday is upon us, so that means time for another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up, a collection of the best fitness info from around the web. As per usual, we have a great list for you this week, so let's check it out...
It’s that time again. The one you’ve been waiting all week for. It’s time for the Weekly Reading Round-Up, a collection of the best fitness info from around the web delivered straight to your face every Sunday. We have 10 awesome articles this week covering everything from mindset, fat loss nutrition, bodybuilding tips, and strength training. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Best of the Best Self-Talk, The Power of Thoughts, & Why I Would Diet on a Deserted Island – Robbie Farlow Best of the Rest How to Track Macros When Eating Out at a Restaurant – Mike Vacanti How to Gain Weight Without Bulking – Bob Thompson Strive for Progress Not Perfection: Squat Edition – Tony Gentilcore Back Training for Maximal Muscle Growth – Ian Padron 6 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Lower Your Calorie Target – Amy Dix The 10 (Almost) Requirements for Permanent Fat Loss – Jason Helmes Why and How to Skip Breakfast (and Get Ripped Doing It) – Brandon Epstein How to Make Your Own Successful Meal Plan – Steve Hall Flexible Dieting: Is it Right for You? – Matt Dustin
It’s time to train…your brain that is. We are back once again with the Weekly Reading Round-Up, a collection of the best fitness articles from the past week. We have a variety of great posts this week, covering lots of different topics. I dare say, there is something on this week’s list for everyone. Let’s get to it!
Hello hello hello, and welcome to this week’s edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up, a collection of the best fitness info from around the web. We have a huge list for you this week; 10 awesome articles, jam-packed with knowledge to help you take your fitness game…and your gains…to the next level. Enjoy! Best of the Best Macronutrient Options: Setting Yourself Up For Success – Jason Helmes
Welcome to another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up. Each week, I scour the interwebz for the best health and fitness info from some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. There are 6 awesome articles for your reading pleasure this week so let’s get to it… Best of the Best My Big Fat Scale Weight Lie – Carly Jennings, Healthy Living, Heavy Lifting Best of the Rest Fat Loss Secret: Blended Training – Eric Bach Powerball Failure and Achieving Goals With the Pros – Nick Sorrell Are Compound Movements Actually Making You Stronger? – Tony Gentilcore Improve Hip Mobility with Dynamic Warm Up Stretching – Dr. John Rusin How to Max Out Your Results By Minimizing the Change – Jason Helmes Want this list delivered to your inbox each week?
It’s that time of the week again. We’re back with another edition of the Weekly Reading Round-Up, a collection of the best health and fitness info from the past week. We have 10 awesome articles for you to check out this week so let’s get to it so we can all go watch playoff football. Go Pack Go! Enjoy… Best of the Best 10 Ways to Be a Better Human in 2016 – Bryan Krahn Best of the Rest The Priorities of Dieting (In Order) – John Romaniello Seven New Year’s Fat Loss Strategies – Eric Bach Learning the Ropes: 6 Badass Conditioning Workouts You Need to Try – Joey Percia 5 Significant Reasons to Lose Weight – Dr. James Heathers How to Effectively Set Goals for Lifelong Gains! – Dr. Layne Norton Carbs: The Training Fuel – Dr. Mike Israetel The Worlds Simplest Front Squat Progression – Eric Bach The Definitive Guide to Supersets – Mike Samuels Programming Cardio to Muscle & Strength Development – Marc Lewis
Happy New Year everyone! I hope the last few weeks have been as enjoyable for you as they have been for me. But the new year is now upon us and it’s time to start making 2016 the best it can be! Before we get into this week’s list of best fitness info, I just want to remind everyone that today is the last day to one FREE month of one-on-one coaching. Anyone who applies for my program before midnight tonight will get an extra month added to their plan at no additional charge. Head on over to the coaching page to learn more. Now, let’s get to this weeks list. We have 8 great articles and 1 new blog post for your reading pleasure. Enjoy…