Former US Army Captain and MRI athlete Kyle Clark sits down with Fitness Rx For Men to discuss his training philosophy, tips for hard gainers, his favorite mass-building exercises and more.
Do high-volume workouts to build lower body muscles. Building upper body muscles probably requires more sets than lower body muscles, so you should structure your program accordingly.
I’m trying to lose weight. For optimum fat burning, how important is your heart rate level during a workout? How long does a target heart rate need to be sustained per workout in order to see results?
Don’t go by someone else’s book of what maximum intensity should be, and don’t define it by some arbitrary speed limit set on a treadmill. It does not matter if you are 20 years old or 50 years old. We all have our own level of maximum intensity.
Since his early teens, Mark Jordan has been involved in just about every physical activity imaginable. Track events in his 20s, bodybuilding competitions in his 30s, road cycling in his 40s, CrossFit in his 50s. The one constant throughout all those decades? Pull-ups.
If you’re tired of your regular routine, get ready to breathe new life into your shoulder workouts with an intense cross-training exercise that will target the entire body.
Increasing strength consistently is easier said than done. If you find yourself struggling to improve in that department, it’s likely you’re making one – or more – of the common mistakes below.
If you’re a boss on the bench but struggle on squats, this workout could get interesting. But that’s what makes this fun. We’re making your weaknesses your strengths and getting you shredded at the same time.
Until recently, scientists thought that it was impossible to spot reduce - target fat in specific areas of the body. But new research suggests that you could lose fat from specific sites using a combination of aerobics, training target muscle groups, increasing hormones that speed fat breakdown and use and increasing adipose tissue (fat) temperature during exercise.
Few exercise techniques are more effective at improving fitness rapidly than high-intensity interval training (HIIT).