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How to lose weight and build muscles?
June 26, 2017

How to lose weight and build muscles?

If you’re 6’3” and 250, it’s hard to see yourself training as if you were a 5’10”, 155-pound guy. For you, the treadmill probably seems like a medieval torture device. And forget restrictive diet plans—there’s no way you’re living on carrot sticks and kale juice. But why should you train like a gazelle if you’re built like a grizzly bear? In other words: What’s…

Workouts to lose weight and build muscle
July 20, 2017

Workouts to lose weight and build muscle

Mercedes Khani So I decided to make a training schedule for everyone to follow if they want to lose body fat, gain muscle mass and improve their physical appearance (who doesn t?). Follow this training schedule for 2 weeks and start seeing the positive changes in your body! This is the new training schedule you will be following for the next 2 weeks. After that…

Building muscle losing fat
July 11, 2017

Building muscle losing fat

Kelly Baggett The goal of many bodybuilders is to gain muscle and lose fat simultaneously. Unfortunately, for most who ve been training for any amount of time, training with this goal in mind is typically a surefire way to stand in one place spinning your wheels for months—if not years—on end. It s often noted that bodybuilders tend to be extremists. Whether…

How to build muscles without weights?
August 10, 2017

How to build muscles without weights?

Focus on strength training. Start slowly. Do each exercise until you can’t perform another rep. When you can do more than 15 reps, advance to harder exercise. Do different variations aimed at same muscle group to activate growth. Best exercises to build muscle and strength are pull ups, dive bomber push ups, dips, split squats. Eat carbs and protein rich meals…

Benefits of Weight-Bearing exercise
July 11, 2017

Benefits of Weight-Bearing exercise

Vital at every age for healthy bones, exercise is important for treating and preventing osteoporosis. Not only does exercise improve your bone health, it also increases muscle strength, coordination, and balance, and it leads to better overall health. Why Exercise? Like muscle, bone is living tissue that responds to exercise by becoming stronger. Young women…

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