Category Archive for "Muscle Building"

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Meal Frequency – Six Meals Per Day For Fat Loss And Muscle Building?

“You have to eat six small meals a day—this is the key to losing fat and building muscle.” I’ve been hearing this bodybuilding mantra for decades.  But now I question the importance of meal frequency.  I’ll share some of the…

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How Much Protein Do I Need To Build Muscle?

Protein intake is one of the most hotly debated topics on lifting forums. Ask exactly how much protein is required to build muscle and strength and you will receive one of the following responses: 150 grams. You never need more…

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Massive Evan Centopani Gallery

Evan Centopani (born Evan Michael Centopani on April 7, 1982 in Bridgeport, Connecticut) is an American professional bodybuilder who competes in the superheavyweight class. He is 5’11” tall. Centopani competes in the superheavyweight class. Amateur 2006 Atlantic City Championships –…

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Brandy McGowan Talks With WNBF Pro Rich Knapp

Rich Knapp. First I would like to thank you for doing this interview. You are the first female natural wheelchair bodybuilder I have interviewed. Let’s start with some background information to give readers a background on what created this lady…

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Bodybuilder Bob Paris 15 Muscle Building Tips For Beginners

1. Training with weights is much more than just swinging weights around.  In order to be successful and avoid injury, you must learn to feel muscles being focused on. 2. Perfect exercise form is more important to your progress than…

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Advantages Of Single Arm Or Single Leg Training

I’d do a few things differently if I could start my 20+ years of training all over again.  Here’s one that has come to mind:  I would have done more single arm and (especially) single leg movements.  I don’t regret…

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Testosterone And Natural Muscle Building

You ever wonder why there is so much talk about compound movements? Or why all programs should be based around them? A lot of beginners don’t put much effort in to these types of movements but instead get blurred vision…