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Are You Eating Too Much Daily Bread?

/ Posted 11.23.2012

You know that bread is high in carbs. Then there’s the gluten thing—most people have some type of allergic reaction … continue reading

Rev Your Lean Machine Postworkout

/ Posted 11.22.2012

L-carnitine is best known for its role in transporting fatty acids into the mitochondria, where fat-burning takes place. Recently, researchers … continue reading

Can You Learn From the Masters?

/ Posted 11.21.2012

Apprenticeship is an age-old tradition that has gotten lost in modern society. For centuries apprentices from all walks of life … continue reading

Finding the Optimal Low Carb Diet/Training Plan

/ Posted 11.20.2012

Q: In working with your many clients, do you find that some gain lean mass more on a moderate-carb, moderate-fat … continue reading

What You Need to Know About Magnesium and Mortality

/ Posted 11.20.2012

Data from a long-term study of nearly 60,000 people suggest that increasing the amount of magnesium in the diet could … continue reading

Irish Rose: Sorcha Quinn

/ Posted 11.19.2012

Growing up in Ireland, Sorcha Quinn was studious but with a penchant for playing sports. She has always been motivated … continue reading

Packing On Arm Mass: A New Angle

/ Posted 11.19.2012

Q: I noticed that you do the isolated [contracted-position] exercise first in your biceps and triceps routines. In most of your Positions-of-Flexion mass programs you put the big midrange exercise first. I have the POF 3D Muscle Building e-book, and that’s how all the workouts are structured in it. Is isolating the muscle first better? I need more biceps peak, so will that help?

Squats and Jacked-Up Shoulders for Over-40 Trainees

/ Posted 11.19.2012

Q: We are about the same age, so I’m hoping you can help me with my problem. Because of repeated … continue reading

Review: The Smarter Science of Slim

The Smarter Science of Slim by Jonathan Bailor is probably the best sensible-eating book I’ve ever read. Note that I … continue reading

Q&A: What’s your take on the barbell curl?

/ Posted 11.17.2012

Q: What’s your take on the barbell curl? I can’t recall seeing it in any of your workouts. A: There … continue reading

Secrets for Cutting Belly Fat

/ Posted 11.16.2012

Q: Got any secrets for cutting belly fat? I think I have a good workout with multijoint exercises and short … continue reading

Mike O’Hearn: Metal of Honor

/ Posted 11.15.2012

If you’ve placed a ceiling on what you think is possible for yourself and you want to break through it, … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 11.15.2012

Peas pack a protein punch. One cup of the small green orbs has almost nine grams of protein. Dark-meat chicken … continue reading

Pumpkin Spice Pancakes

/ Posted 11.14.2012

Who says that we have to wait for fall to enjoy pumpkin? Packed with vitamin A and found conveniently on … continue reading

Front-to-Back Lower-Body Power Hit

/ Posted 11.14.2012

Q: Is it okay to do back squats and front squats in the same workout? Would it simply be better … continue reading

A Tribute to Sergio Oliva

/ Posted 11.14.2012

You will read many overlapping stories about Sergio and several threads will be a part of all of them. First … continue reading

Upper-Body Mass From the Back

/ Posted 11.13.2012

Q: In the Positions-of-Flexion exercise matrix [in 3D Muscle Building] you don’t have any midrange moves listed for midback. Instead you say, “covered with lat midrange work.” But I know I’ve seen behind-the-neck pulldowns in some of your workouts as a midrange exercise. Should I not use it? Is it dangerous?

High Protein and Your Kidneys

/ Posted 11.13.2012

One of the most enduring critiques of high-protein diets is that they are hard on the kidneys. On a superficial … continue reading

If I’m drug-free, how often should I train each bodypart?

/ Posted 11.12.2012

Q: I’ve been involved in training since I was 14. I’m 40 now. I’ve never touched steroids, and for the … continue reading

Smart Bark

Pycnogenol, an antioxidant extract from the bark of French maritime pine trees, can increase cognitive power. According to the March … continue reading

Cuddle to De-stress

/ Posted 11.11.2012

Frequent sex can be healthy and prolong life—so says Dr. Oz, who reveals that he and his wife get busy … continue reading

Bigger Leaner Results with 4X and X-centric Sets

Q: I started using your 4X Mass Workout a few months ago, and I added negative-accentuated [or X-centric] sets for … continue reading

Is it necessary to get more carbs when I use 4X?

Q: Because 4X mass training expands the sarcoplasm [energy fluid] in muscle fibers, is it necessary to get more carbs … continue reading

Better Zs, Less Disease

We know that erratic sleep can prevent optimal muscle growth. Part of the reason may be that you get less … continue reading

Stacy Naito

/ Posted 11.08.2012

Height: 5’5” Weight: 118 Age: 45 Bodypart split: Monday: legs; Tuesday: shoulders, triceps; Wednesday: back, biceps; Thursday: legs; Friday: chest, … continue reading

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