Working Out And Training Hard At Any Age

Your ability to train hard and do challenging exercises should not have to change just because you are getting older. As long as you consistently work out and continue to challenge yourself to improve at each workout you should be able to continue to train with the strength and intensity of someone decades younger. Below[…]

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Workout Tips: Change Is Good

Making progress in the weight room requires change. Depending on your level of experience this may mean making changes every workout, week, or month. You may feel that the only way to make progress is to increase the amount of weight you lift at each workout. While this certainly works for short periods of time,[…]

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Exercise Spotlight: Barbell Front Squats

Front squats are a great variation of the barbell squat should be in your workout as often as possible. They are safe and relatively easy to learn and really emphasize your quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes. Used by Olympic weightlifters for decades as a key assistance exercise, it high time that more of you training in[…]

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Is Weight Training The Fountain Of Youth?

Lifting Weights Can Keep You Young and Strong If you are looking to feel great, stay young, and turn back the clock on your body and muscles, you need to lift weights. A study led by Dr. Mark Tarnopolsky shows that just 6 months of weight training can reverse many of the effects aging has[…]

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Complex Workout Training Made Simple

All You Need For A Great WorkoutLifting weights can be one of the best ways to burn off excess body fat and improve your overall fitness levels. One way to use weights to achieve these goals is to do a type of workouts called Complexes. This article gives you everything you need to understand what[…]

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Great Ways To Split Up Your Workouts

Are you tired of breaking your workouts into individual body part sessions that provide little more than a temporary pump? Do you need to more recovery time between workouts than full body sessions allow? If so, upper/lower body split training is for you. This article details its benefits and also outlines three different ways to[…]

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Interview With Dr. Mauro DiPasquale

SuperHumanRadio.com recently interviewed Dr. Mauro DiPasquale, developer of the Anabolic Diet, one of the first low carbohydrate diets for athletes and fitness enthusiasts. In this iinterview Dr. Dipasquale discusses how he developed his low carbohydrate diet for athletes, why eating or drinking lots of carbohydrates pre and post-workout aren’t best for optimal performance and building[…]

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Spice Up Your Protein Shakes

Drinking the same old Chocolate and Vanilla Protein shakes every can become boring. One way to add some variety to your shakes is right in your kitchen pantry. All you have to do is use a little imagination and sort through the many spices you have which are probably collecting dust. One of our favorite[…]

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