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January 6, 2015 View Article

Long slow distance (LSD) training, also known as steady state, is a form of cardio workout where you exercise (jog or cycle) for 20 to 60 minutes at low to medium intensity.  It is good for burning fat, and the low intensity makes it a good fit for anyone.  It is clearly the best cardio…

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October 18, 2014 View Article

Is Fartlek Training for you… Do you ever feel that the boredom and monotony of your cardio workouts is sapping your motivation? Do you ever wish that your fitness routines weren’t always so structured and rigid? Then this workout might be a great addition to your workout routines…. Fartlek training means “speed play” in Swedish,…

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May 20, 2014 View Article

Building lean muscle is the foundation for creating an attractive, sharp, muscular build. Yes…it takes work, but it is not a complicated process. Anyone can do it with a little discipline and solid dose of motivation. After the first 6 to 8 weeks, your motivation will likely become self-perpetuating. There’s a lot to be said…

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February 19, 2014 Body Types View Article

There are different three body types, and we all fit in to one.  And sometimes we fit into a combination of two different types.  The three different body types are: Endomorph Ectomorph Mesomorph Determining your body type is important as it will affect your fitness and nutrition plan. If your naturally chubby like most of…

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February 4, 2014 Bicep Injury View Article

An intense bicep workout, when done with the correct form and intensity, can help you build and develop the “trophy muscle” of bodybuilding. I’m not sure I agree with this “trophy” lore, as I believe the chest and back are the most important muscle groups to achieve a super-impressive, hard and lean physique.  But either…

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