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Rocking Videos
Posted December 20, 2010 by Brandyb

Check out these videos of my Boyfriend training for the 2011 Season!

Brandon Burrows 5'6 and 200lbs

Posted February 9, 2010 by stephaniefitness

I have been bodybuilding for 4 years, but with my 30's looming this year, decided to really get down to business. I am dieting down for 12 weeks, and will continue to follow a clean eating lifestyle. I also changed my training program because I wasn't lifting hard enough nor was I getting enough rest. I am currently in Week 5, so things are progressing and I should start to see some dramatic changes over the next 4 weeks.

I am writing a blog about my short-term goal here:


Posted August 14, 2009 by salsprix
( jack 3d) i just want to say that this product is great and to me this is the best pre-work supplement that i ever use.anyway i have a question im a smoker but i cut down alot i haven't bought a pak since thanksgiving of last year but i smoke a least 3-4 a day only in my job but since i been using this product for a week i haven't have caving to smoke cig for a week can anybody tell me what this product have for me not to smoke?

Although many people go to the gym, a large majority outside of golds_gymof people that go make several errors while there that are limiting or preventing optimal gains.

Check out the most common mistakes to see if you may be limiting your success in the gym, and putting your body at risk too!

Top Weight Training Errors

No warm-up. Muscles don't stretch or contract fully until warmed. Expecting them to do so without preparing them sets you up for tears and pulls. If you want to stay injury free, your body absolutely must warm up properly. Do sweekend_warrioromething to gently increase the temperature of your muscles - walk a few minutes very easy on the treadmill or do a set of reps on the machines at a very low weight.

Lack of intensity. While you don't want to push yourself too hard, especially if you're just starting an exercise program, you need to work intensely enough to get results. It's a fine balance - one that's much easier to maintain with the guidance of a personal trainer.This can occur as a result of inexperience, socializing, laziness, etc. Whatever the cause; it does not matter. What matters is that you STOP!

Exercising too hard. If you've skipped several workouts, don't try to make up for lost time in one session. You're only setting yourself up for soreness and possible injury.

Weekend Warrior Mentality. If you've skipped several workouts, don't try to make up for lost time in one session. You're only setting yourself up for soreness and possible injury.

Training supporting muscles before target muscles. You do NOT want to train the smaller supporting (secondary muscles) before the target muscle. Supporting muscles help lift the weight use for the target muscle's growth. If supporting muscles are fatigue you will not be able to lift as much weight needed to develop the larger target muscle. An example would working triceps before chest; or working out biceps before back.

Talking too much in the gym. If you're at the gym to make progress, cut down on the talking and focus on your workout. If you are there to socialize trywoman_and_man_socializing_in_the_gyn to chat before and after your workout and keep conversations to a minimum during your workout. Your workouts will be more intense, you will make better gains and you'll spend less time at the gym.

Working out too long. It's a common misbelief that in order for your exercise plan to keep being effective, you have to add more exercises or to do longer stretches of cardio. Many people have a hard time believing that my weight-training workouts normally last about 30-45 minutes and my cardio sessions are less than 30 minutes.Taking too long to complete your workout results in under training and sub par results. The trick is to work harder, not longer. That's done by lifting heavier, resting less in between sets, and it also means employing circuit training, or interval training so you are working out harder and not longer. It's simple, but it works - try it! .

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About the Author, Jeff Behar

Jeff Behar, MS, MBA is a recognized health, fitness and nutrition expert, regularly writing about hot topics in the areas of health, fitness, disease prevention, weight loss, nutrition, anti aging and alternative medicine. Jeff Behar's work also often appears in several of the major health and fitness newsletters, health and fitness magazines, and on major health, fitness and weight loss websites. Jeff Behar is also the CEO of, and; two very popular health, fitness, disease prevention, weight loss, nutrition and anti aging information sites.

My Training Log
Posted July 7, 2009 by Lucas_Irwin

I am keeping a daily log all the way up the the North American Championships in November. I would love for you guys to check it out and let me know what you think..... all feedback welcome.

Lucas G. Irwin, WNSO Pro

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