After 11+ years in college, I am here to tell you that you can reach your fitness goals going to school Here are my top 10 tips to help you reach your fitness goals while in college.
In the ongoing pursuit of building quality muscle, improvements can move at a glacial pace. Our efforts to combat this harsh reality drives us to discover techniques that provide even the slightest opportunity to speed up our progress. One reoccurring theme?
Looking to spur your lower limbs to new levels of growth? Then it may be time to make the pre-exhaust principle part of your next leg workout. Pre-exhausting is performing a low-resistance set, or sets, of an isolation exercises prior to moving on to heavier, compound movements.
So what really matters? We can wrap it up in two main categories: training and diet. For training, there are really two principles that matter most and yet they are constantly being violated.
Some people are born with the body structure and ideal limb length to naturally have an impressive bench press. The rest of us need to get creative and try new things to keep improving our number. So where should you start? With these 5 Simple (and Unique) Ways to Increase Your Bench Press.
Whether it's beach season or full-on off-season time, it seems like every guy in every gym throughout the world obsesses over chest training. While it’s a critical part of any program, it's not the end-all, be-all most guys make it out to be! If anything, training your back is even more important than training your pecs, delts and all the other muscles involved in the ego-boosting bench press.
Anton Antipov is one of the top physique competitors and models in the world, and it’s no secret why – he’s build his once-spindly physique into the epitome of the classic V-Taper. Here are his 10 keys to building the Ultimate Aesthetic Physique.
If you’re looking to fill out your arms, you obviously can’t neglect your triceps - they make up about 2/3 of your upper arm. We get it – biceps are the showcase muscle. But in order to build perfectly sculpted arms, you have to give equal time to your triceps.
If you’re reaching for pain relievers like ibuprofen and acetaminophen to cut the pain and get through those days of delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), you could be seriously inhibiting your ability to gain muscle.
Who doesn’t want to look like an athlete? Most high-level athletes have physiques that make people envious. If you’re a former athlete who is no longer ultra-competitive you can still train, and look, like one. Here are 8 exercises that will help you increase your athleticism, look like an athlete, and help prevent injury. Make sure you check out the video at the end of the article!