Category Archive for "Bodybuilding Articles"

High Intensity Training

HIT Variables To Build Incredible Muscle Size!

My previous articles have outlined many different training routines and techniques to increase muscle size and strength using the HIT, or High Intensity Protocol. This article continues that with a focus on outlining some of the many diverse HIT Variables…

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Methods to Stimulate New Muscle Growth

Have you ever noticed that muscle growth slows to a screeching halt even though you continue to train hard each and every workout? Week in and week out you train harder and harder but have little or nothing to show…

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Hack Squats: The Forgotten Leg Builder

One of the most overlooked muscle groups in a beginning bodybuilder’s training program is legs. They don’t impress like the chest and arms so beginners make a common mistake and avoid training them, not realizing the overall high growth effect…

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Mike Mentzer’s Heavy Duty One Set Workout

Near the end of his career as a personal trainer Mike Mentzer determined that he was recommending workouts to his clients that had a set count that was too high for maximum muscle growth. He had been using 2-4 sets…

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Superslow HIT Training for Fast Muscle Gains

Arthur Jones, inventor of the famous Nautilus Machines, was also responsible for the popularity of HIT, High Intensity Training during the 70’s. He organized the Colorado Experiment to demonstrate the effectiveness of this form of bodybuilding, training Casey Viator in…

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VIDEO – Complete Look At German Volume Training

German Volume Training is broken down and explained. Learn more about this popular workout system and if it’s right for you. This feature includes a link to a new GVT workout.

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How to Build an Award Winning Six Pack

One of the hallmarks of complete physique development is having six pack abs. You can pound away at the weights but if you have weak ab development or a coating of fat around it , you won’t be winning a…