Training

The Right Way To Train Your Core

The Right Way To Train Your Core

There are many athletes who don’t practice a solid nutrition plan but still display well defined abs. The key to ab visibility is a combination of development and low body fat.

Blast Your Upper Body With Close-Grip Pull-Ups

Blast Your Upper Body With Close-Grip Pull-Ups

It turns out that this old-school exercise is really a very good tool for blitzing most of the muscles of the middle and upper back, shoulders, chest and arms1,2 – which makes them a great addition to your back or arm training day.

The Science-Based Workout For Optimal Chest Development

The Science-Based Workout For Optimal Chest Development

Just like most of you, I love chest day! It was the first thing that got me hooked on weightlifting years ago. I can remember it like it was yesterday, a pyramid set in my high school gym. With my 115 pound frame and 200-pound ego, I was quickly put in my place. After experiencing that struggle and pain I knew weightlifting was always going to be part of my life. - See more at: http://fitnessrxformen.com/?p=19487&preview=true&preview_id=19487&preview_nonce=d5483d7167&post_format=standard#sthash.JPtyCbJB.dpuf

Blast Your Arms With This High Volume Workout

Blast Your Arms With This High Volume Workout

We’re sure you’ve seen someone really big at your gym lifting half the weight most people tend to use for an exercise and wonder to yourself, “How can someone get that big by lifting lighter weight than I use?”

6 Dumbbell Bench Press Variations To Grow Your Chest

6 Dumbbell Bench Press Variations To Grow Your Chest

The bench press is one of the most popular exercises in gyms around the world. Whether it is using a bar or dumbbells I tend to see people doing the same exercises time and time again with no variation in exercise, tempo or rep range. Here are some of my favorite dumbbell bench press variations to add some variety into your program.

4 Back Exercises To Build Your V-Taper

4 Back Exercises To Build Your V-Taper

Here are four exercises that I do on every back day without fail. Keep in mind, I’ve trained back at least three days a week for the past two years. As always, you want to start with the minimum required volume to still achieve adaptation benchmarks.