10 Rules For Building Muscles On Bulking Phase

At one time, that simple off-season approach for adding mass – eat as much as you can while pushing around the heaviest loads possible – was commonly followed by lifters in pursuit of greater gains. However, its simplicity belies the fact that those gains were, at best confusing. Sure, you’re bigger, but in solving one

By |2018-11-17T18:47:23+00:00November 17th, 2018|Categories: Muscle Gain, Workout Tips|Tags: , , |

9 Fitness Tips to Help You Build Muscle & Lose Fat

If you are in the fitness and bodybuilding world for some time, you’ve probably seen there is a tonne of information about training, nutrition and supplements on the internet, magazines, television… Some of it is very useful, but unfortunately, most of it is very misleading. Often, when people find themselves overloaded with information, they can

By |2018-12-26T16:56:04+00:00March 9th, 2018|Categories: Diet, Muscle Gain|Tags: , , |

Most Common Leg Training Mistakes And How To Correct Them For Optimal Strength And Mass

Unfortunately, most people never maximise their quads, because they are short cutting their leg workouts. False: Focus more on your quads and less on your glutes during Smith machine or hack squats, move your feet further forward. In fact, the opposite is true. Many believe that a wide stance will work outer quads and a

By |2019-02-12T16:42:54+00:00November 3rd, 2017|Categories: Muscle Gain, Workout Tips|Tags: , , , , , |

Build Muscle Or Lose Fat First to Maximise Muscle Gains

A person would “bulk” when their primary goal is to build muscle. A person would “cut” when their primary goal is to lose fat. To do this the right way and get the best results possible, the true goal while bulking is to build muscle while keeping fat gains to an absolute minimum. When cutting, the true goal is

By |2018-12-20T11:27:28+00:00October 16th, 2017|Categories: Health Tips, Muscle Gain, Weight Loss|Tags: , , , , |

Carb Bulking Strategy How To Manage Your Carbs

If you want to make significant muscular gains continuously, you will need to put some carbohydrates in your diet. The thought of the word carbs will automatically relate us to the fear of fat. But this isn't the case! Before we go into ketogenic despair, never eat carbs again for fear that it will turn to adipose

By |2018-12-02T08:09:03+00:00September 19th, 2017|Categories: Diet, Nutrition|Tags: , , , , , |

4 Lat Pull Down Exercises For A Defined Back

While many lifters want an impressive back, it seems that most are relying on only one or two popular exercises for this achievement. Only a few are ready to put in the work required to build a powerful V taper. The lat pull down is a highly effective exercise that primarily targets the latissiums dorsi, this is the large fan

8 Simple Changes To Lose Weight and Improve Dieting

Dieting doesn't have to be difficult. So many of us look at creating a sensible and effective eating plan but don’t want to go through with it. Do you find yourself counting calories, eating only half of the day or trying to minimise your portions? Whatever you choose and whatever your goals, here are some fundamental principles to follow for

8 x 8 Method For Chest Training – Get Lean-Rid Fat

Conventional bodybuilding wisdom tells us that we can’t build muscle and lose fat at the same time and any such overly ambitious effort will only lead to frustration and even loss of precious muscle mass, and it’s much smarter to separate these goals into two separate phases of the training process. Yet a deeper inspection

How to Find The Correct Workout Programme

You thought making that decision to get started was hard, now you're faced with an overwhelming number of workout programmes. Here are 6 factors to help you find the workout plan that's right for you! Your Skill Level: The biggest influence over your programme selection will be your skill level. Due to the

By |2018-03-12T19:05:53+00:00June 4th, 2017|Categories: Workout Tips|Tags: , , , , , , |

9 Common Mistakes That Limit Your Muscle Growth And Discourage Your Training

You have trained hard and reached a level of complacency, but now you have stopped noticing changes, feeling differences and overall your body has now decided to stay the same . With these 9 signs it could be a sign that your workout is limiting your muscle growth. You workout day after day training with