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  • Bodybuilding and common Training Errors (Part 2)  By : Mick Hart
    It is a well-known fact that following training your body ability to synthesis protein is enhanced. It is also pretty well known that post training muscle tissue becomes more insulin sensitive and simple carbohydrates are more likely to replenish glycogen than be stored as body fat at this time.
  • Bodybuilding and Training Errors (Part 1)  By : Mick Hart
    Eating like a pigeon: This really is very, very simple. If you do not have a surplus of calories in your diet then you will not grow any new tissue. If you are not gaining weight then you need to eat more food; not just more protein but more carbohydrates and more fats as well.
  • Bodybuilding And Training Hard  By : Mick Hart
    What we are going to consider is: How can we achieve muscle gains quickly? There are in fact various answers but we are going to focus on the most effective way although not the easiest in the following text.
  • Go Bananas With Bodybuilding  By : Mick Hart
    So rather than an apple a day... If you really need to boost up your depleted energy levels, nothing beats a banana. Made up of three natural sugars - glucose, fructose and sucrose - mixed with fibre, results in producing a long lasting energy surge. Studies show that only two bananas can give you the necessary energy for an intense 90 minute workout. It isn't a great surprise then that the world's top athletes consider the banana as being the number one fruit.
  • The Future of Bodybuilders (Part 3)  By : Mick Hart
    On 22nd May 2003, a Bodybuilder died. Scott Klein was found dead by his mother in his bed. The cause of death was cardio-vascular disease and kidney failure. It is possible that his death had nothing to do with bodybuilding, but as far as I am aware healthy 30 year old men don't tend to drop down dead with kidney failure unless through genetical problems and that wasn't the case here. I couldn't believe it when during the same week I heard that another great bodybuilder Tom Prince had fallen ill with ulcers and kidney problems.
  • Body Builders and their Futre (Part 2)  By : Mick Hart
    Fifty or more years ago, drugs played little part in bodybuilding. The first we heard of drug use in sport was in the late 1950s and top level bodybuilders were starting to use Dianabol in the early 60s. It was about this time that all the major drug companies thought that they could make lots of money if they developed their own steroid drugs and almost all the steroid drugs which are still in use today were developed then. Of course steroids were never the great bonanza that drug companies expected and when the first reports of drug use in sports started to appear, a lot of companies abandoned the products. There are lots of steroids that had patents registered but were never fully developed - some of them quite good products too.
  • How To Build Up Muscle - Easy to follow tips  By : Lawrence T.
    Basically there are 3 essential elements you need in order to build up muscle namely:
  • How to build up muscle mass Fast - Proven Tips Here!  By : Lawrence T.
    To build up muscle mass fast, you need to increase your daily carbohydrates intake. This is essential to supply to the demand during the muscle growth process. With an increased carbs intake, it always lead to another problem - excess calories.
  • Muscle Building Diet - One Sample To Enhance Your Muscle Growth  By : Lawrence T.
    Whether are you getting enough nutrition for your body while trying to build up muscle mass can literally "make or break you".
  • Bodybuilders and their Future (Part 1)  By : Mick Hart
    As we well know, Bodybuilders are just mere mortals and will die at some time just like the rest of us, but this Bodybuilder was only 30 years old. He wasn't of the most famous in the world, not even in the world of bodybuilding. He was though an American heavyweight and had won several state titles and he was a top ten player at National level.
  • Protein For Muscle Development, Growth and General Health  By : Colin Johnson
    The key building block within the human body that unlocks muscular development and repair is protein. The mere fact that protein makes up about 75% of the solids in the body, makes it an essential ingredient that must be maintained in order to stay healthy. It is often the highest priority for elite athletes because of its physical benefits. Yet, the average exerciser on most occasions, neglects proteins wonderful advantages.
  • Muscle Mass Gain For Skinny Guys  By : Colin Johnson
    Where should I start? Without a doubt this is the most common question I am asked from skinny men who are looking to gain muscle mass. They are usually very keen but unwilling to waste time on routines which aren't specifically designed to help them bulk up. I don't blame them one bit, and this article attempts to answer the question with simplicity. If you are a beginner body builder you will benefit from these instructions too. This is suitable for golfers and other low impact sportsmen as well as footballers and other high impact sportsmen. Everyone who carries out these manageable steps with diligence will soon see a positive difference in their physique and fitness.
  • Whey Protein Tips  By : Steve Gargento
    This article gives an in-depth information about whey protein, what it really is, how to get the most out of it and useful buying tips.
  • Healthy Habits for increasing Muscle Mass  By : Mick Hart
    To achieve optimim results from training, it is necessary that you must supply your body with all the correct vitamins and minerals as well as enough of the major components of the diet being proteins, carbohydrates and fats. These are called the 'macro-nutrients' of the diet as they are needed in much larger amounts compared to the micro-nutrients' being the vitamins, minerals and other biological substances which are needed in much smaller amounts in the diet than are the 'macro-nutrients', but are found present in different amounts accompanying the macro-nutrients in food.
  • A Guide To Muscle Gain Visualization  By : famoustrainer
    Have you ever imagined how visualization can play an important part in gaining weight and maintaining a healthy lifestyle? Gaining muscle can be difficult for many people who don't use their minds to help in the process.
  • Want To Stop Over Training In The Gym  By : famoustrainer
    Did you know that over 80% of the regular trainees in your gym are overtraining! Disturbing isn't it? Have a look at this article to see why and how to stop it.
  • The Truth About Bodybuilding Myths  By : famoustrainer
    You might disagree, but hear me out on this, the vast majority of myths about weight gain are mostly passed down from "gym talk" and so-called experts who know nothing about the body's workings. In this article we take a look at some of the most common weight gain myths.
  • Find Out Why Bodybuilding Supplements May Not Be Necessary  By : famoustrainer
    To supplement or not to supplement � that is the question on more bodybuilder�s lips than ever before. Are they safe? Have you ever wondered what works and what doesn't? Read this article to find out.
  • 6 Simple Steps To Catapult Your Muscle Gains  By : famoustrainer
    What if I were to tell you that throughout the years there has been a growth of strength training techniques that have no scientific proof to back them up. Well there are hundreds of them, do yourself a favour, have a look at the facts presented in this artice of muscle gain principles and make up your own mind.
  • Natural bodybuilder  By : Peter Whittington
    The development of the musculature of the body through specific types of diet and physical exercise, such as weightlifting, especially for competitive exhibition. Bodybuilding is the process of developing muscle fibers so the combination of weight training, increased caloric intake, and rest. The high levels of muscle growth and repair achieved by bodybuilders require a very specialized diet. The bodybuilders require anything between 500-1000 calories above their maintenance level of food energy while attempting to increase body mass. A sub-maintenance level of food energy is combined with cardiovascular exercise to lose fats in the body then it prepares for a contest. The ratios of food energy from carbohydrates, proteins, and fats depending on the goals of the bodybuilder.
  • Body builders secret fat burning weapon  By : Jane OBrien
    Those luscious curves, those popped up veins and the beautiful cuts of muscles --- that, is every man�s dream!! Tired of watching the perfect set of abs and thighs of the flaunting male models? Well, here�s a showdown on the some of deepest secrets of a body builder�s amazing physic. The trick to the reverie body is to burn the fat what you consume and keep the burn level high than the consumption one. The areas where the hard-to-loose fat gets stuck and refuses to budge are the lower back, back of your arms, upper thigh or butt area.

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