When you take the time out of your week to get to the gym and work on a weightlifting program, one of the most important indicators of effectiveness is efficiency: you want to make the biggest gains in the most efficient amount of time. You are a busy guy, and the last thing you want … Continue reading Flex your Brain: Common Weight Training Misconceptions
Some of the guys who train in the same gym as you seem to be so well-informed, that you would think that they are the most adequate to write a book. Moreover, they use specialty terms and they have a large experience as they have trained for a lot of years. All these considered, at … Continue reading Myths from the Gym
The lure of owning your own home gym may be a dream for most, but sometimes a factor other than money can quash your plans. Unless you like having a giant universal machine in your living room, you are more than likely confined to a very small area for your home gym. Depending on where … Continue reading Home Gyms for Small Places: Minimal Space? Maximum Workout!
Even the most dedicated fitness buffs can often neglect what is one of the most important aspects of their workout and their long term fitness: flexibility. Stretching is not considered by many to e a crucial part of their workout regime, when it is actually an important tool to be used to support the work … Continue reading Flexibility And Your Workout
Working out at the gym can be a humbling experience. There is always going to be someone who is bigger, more chiseled, who is pushing themselves further every day. Then there are the people at the gym who don’t seem phased by anything. They crank out the reps, and furthermore, they take time out of … Continue reading Isotension: Strike A Pose
Larger chest … a more precise hit on the golf court, better sex … and all these can be achieved with the help of a simple movement. No man likes to hear that he is rigid. In fact, there is only one context in which the word “rigid” is perceived as a compliment. If it … Continue reading The Benefits of Stretching
Every generation has a body part that is obsessively focussed upon. In the 70s it was slender, waifish hips and hairy chests. In the 80s, the bodybuilding/workout phenomenon became more personal with the popularity of personal gyms. The current obsession, which started sometime in the late 1990s is abs. Wash board abs. Once mostly in … Continue reading Summer Abs: Myths And Methods