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Fat loss – it’s easy.
I think this topic is one of the most popular among many people and not only bobybuilders who prepares for contest or just want to be in shape before summer. Many people are buying some “magic pills” which are considered to help them to loose weight without changing their lifestyle.
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Learn why bodybuilding is always a contest. Get to know more about this lifestyle and what it brings you.
Did you ever think about participating in a bodybuilding contest? What was your decision? Did you think you are not better/bigger enough? Or are you not ready? Or you are just training for yourself? May be you don’t want to stay on a diet? Any reason you would choose I must say that you are already competing.
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Hey huge guys, its time to get some great pumping and hard look before competition or before summer and beach season. Today I will present you training routine which I use last month prior competition to get that separation, hard look and extreme pumping.
Each day you will work with supersets. That means you will be doing 2 exercises one after other immediately with no rest.
In combination with cardio and diet this routine will make you look very, very attractive.
Reigning Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler has had one of the most remarkable decades in the history of pro bodybuilding. The last time he finished lower than second was the 2000 Mr. O. In his 21 contests since, he’s been runner-up in eight (including five Mr. Olympias), defeated only by fellow Mr. O’s Ronnie Coleman and Dexter Jackson. Cutler won the other 13 (including three Mr. Olympia’s and three Arnold Classics). How’s that for consistency?
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Chris Dickerson (born August 25, 1939 in Montgomery, Alabama), is an American bodybuilder.
Dickerson was born to Mahala Ashley Dickerson as the youngest of three triplets. Dickerson studied music and is an accomplished opera singer. His bodybuilding career spanned thirty years. He was known for both his heavily muscled, symmetrical physique and his skills on the posing dais.
Dickerson first entered competition in 1965 by taking third place at that year’s Mr. Long Beach competition. He was not only the first African-American Mr. America, but also the oldest winner, at age …
Fakhri Mubarak shares his calf training secrets
March 2, 2010
Since he burst onto the scene by winning the light-heavy class at the 2005 USA, New Yorker Fakhri Mubarak has had two of the best calves in bodybuilding
. He’s only competed twice in the pros, but his lower legs get noticed on any stage. He last flexed them on his way to a sixth place finish in the 202 division of the 2009 New York Pro. Mubarak shares with us the finer points of his calf expanding philosophy.
MUBARAK TALKS CALVES
• I train …
How to motivate yourself to go to gym when weather is bad.
Imagine a Saturday evening…you are watching TV, suddenly clock is showing 17:00 PM and you know that in half an hour you must be in the gym for legs training. You take a look at the clock then turn your head to the windows and what you see there makes you think twice whether go to the gym or not because outside its raining! “And what?” will say some of you however there are others who will say: …
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Do you know those guys who train only their biceps or chest? Or triceps and abs? These are those guys with huge arms and underdeveloped calves or quads. This is not good brothers. We as bodybuilders must be well developed everywhere. I mean each muscle and body part.
For sure the most important part is our mind. We need to be intelligent guys and not like those pumped stupid idiods who do not know how to say two words, who do not know what means to respect their parents, old …
Dexter Jackson on turning negatives into positives
He started competing as a bantamweight. He turned pro, unceremoniously, as a light-heavy a dozen years ago at the North America. He didn’t win a pro show for another four years, but Dexter Jackson has done a lot of winning since then. Of current pros only Jay Cutler has more pro victories, and it’s a close race (Jackson has 12, Cutler 14). Both Mr. Olympias own three Arnold Classic trophies, a tie Jackson hopes to break on March 6 in Columbus, Ohio. As he …
How to train when gym is full of people
How many times you went to the gym with a serious attitude to make your muscles “burn” but when you entered the gym you saw it is full? What was your first thought? To move your training routine to other day? To have a light training? No, that is not an attitude of a winner. Let’s change clothes and start warming up, meanwhile we will see how to get maximum out of your workout in this situation:
1.Turn the music louder. A …
DORIAN: TO HELL AND BACK
Dorian Yates shares the high-intensity secrets for back building
In our March 2008 issue we ranked Dorian Yates’ back as the second best of all-time behind Ronnie Coleman’s, but we hedged our bet with the assertion that a strong argument can be made for Yates as number one.
A six-time Mr. Olympia (1992-97), Britain’s “Dozer” was renown for his high-intensity training methods: low volume and maximum effort, pushing working sets to failure and beyond. He shares with us his ideas about back training and includes a typical routine …
How often you look in the mirror?
Did you ever felt more energy and power during training session while looking in the mirror? You know why it happens? For example you are performing standing biceps curls,you are watching how your muscles works and you feel them, you feel how your blood is pumped there and your biceps is getting stronger and bigger. Everything this happens because you are looking at them and you concentrate your mind on the exercise.
That is an important aspect of success in bodybuilding among, touching muscles …
By Paul Becker, copyright © 2008 Paul Becker – While many people know the basics of Heavy Duty training, the advanced techniques are known by only a few. The advanced and super advanced techniques were fully researched and tested by Mike in the late 70’s, but following the infamous 1980 Mr.Olympia, Mike retired from competition. After that he worked as a personal trainer and concentrated on what works best for beginners and intermediates. And so Heavy Duty for advanced and super advanced trainees became all but lost, even though Mike …
The Clock Is Ticking….
Like everyone else, I just did my 2-day photo and video shoot with Flex. I feel good right now. I spent the holiday weekend with my family. Because of my Olympia prep, I couldn’t stay long, but it was great to see everyone. I’m eating, sleeping, training and watching football. I’ve been a Cowboy and FSU fan forever! I’ll be seeing Joe again this weekend, and I’m beginning to get things together for my trip out to Vegas! Even though the weather in Florida is slowly cooling …