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[5 Jul 2011 | One Comment | ]
How to grow Bigger arms.

Building bigger arms does not mean go to the gym and train your biceps. Training your Triceps 2x as hard is what you want to do. Triceps make up 2/3rds of your arm, alot of people lack big strong arms and strentgh because you do not train this area right. Let me help you with a Tricep Routine.

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[18 Mar 2011 | No Comment | ]
Danbury Detectives Started ‘Roid Investigation

Danbury Police say they developed the initial leads into the steroid ring operating in western Connecticut, and Danbury brought the DEA into it.

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[16 Mar 2011 | 2 Comments | ]
Benefits of Lifting Weights.

Weightlifting is a type of exercise that can improve your health no matter your age. In fact, scientists are constantly discovering new ways in which weightlifting benefits the body.

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[30 Nov 2010 | One Comment | ]
MS.Olympia’s Back

MS.Olympia’s Back
“For back, I always warmup with pullups, but after that I don’t have a particular order for my exercises. It depends on how I feel and what I did last time. In the routine here, I’ll almost always do the first four exercises, but they may not be in this order, and the T-bar rows are optional. I’ll add a fifth exercise like T-bars at the end if I feel I still have a little work to do that day.”

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[8 Sep 2010 | One Comment | ]
Back at the Olympia

WILKINS-LEE’S BACK TRAINING TIPS
First up is the reigning Figure Olympia winner Nicole Wilkins-Lee. As the 26-year-old beauty prepares to defend her title on September 24-25, she shared some back training tips with us, and she details the back routine that has helped her win her win four contests in a row, including last year’s Figure O and this year’s Figure International.

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[29 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
The Evolution of Women’s Bodybuilding & What Lies Ahead

The Evolution of Women’s Bodybuilding & What Lies Ahead
There are certain parallels with men’s and women’s bodybuilding. To make it simple, let’s concentrate on the pinnacle of each sport – the Olympia stage. The first Mr. Olympia contest was held back in 1965 and was not even a fraction of the hyped-up weekend event it is today.

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[1 May 2010 | 5 Comments | ]
Dayana Cadeau on free weights and shoulders

At 43, Haitian-born Floridian Dayana Cadeau shows no signs of slowing down. The winner of the lightweight class in the 2004 Ms. Olympia was sixth in the recent Ms. International, her 26th pro show over 13 years. Whether you’re a man or a woman, Cadeau believes free-weight basics are the key to transforming your physique. She outlines her training philosophy and deals a delt-destroying routine to muscle up your shoulders.
CADEAU ON FREE WEIGHTS
“I think if women want to gain muscle they need to train that way. You can’t just do …

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[16 Feb 2010 | 4 Comments | ]
Arbrust: quad q&a

Heather Armbrust answers quad questions
What a difference a year makes. After falling to also-ran status (14th out of 17) in the 2008 Ms. Olympia, Heather Armbrust roared back in 2009 and nearly climbed all the way to the top when she was runnerup in the Ms. Olympia. She and husband Dylan own Armbrust Pro Gym in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, which is also the “home office” of Phil Heath, setting up the possibility that both Mr. and Ms. O could toil daily under the same roof. Legs have long been a …

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[5 Feb 2010 | One Comment | ]
Hey, how did you get those shoulders?

This is a question I am commonly asked as I am sure many other figure competitors and gym going hardbodies are asked as well. “How did you get those shoulders?” Well, not always an easy question to answer but what I often tell people while genetics do play a small role… hard work and consistency is KEY. First and foremost, make sure your diet is clean and conducive to your ultimate goals. Although some might think protein is key when trying to build those muscle groups, you must also make …

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