A selection of the best articles for beginners.
When I began weight training 36 years ago, if a woman showed up at the weight room, it was usually to meet her boyfriend or husband for lunch. In those days people thought that even standing too close to the iron would make a woman masculine. Things have changed considerably since then, and women often outnumber men in the gym. Even so, myths still abound about the best way for women to train.
An additional and important benefit is that arginine increased the subjects’ adiponectin levels. Adiponectin, which is secreted by fat cells, increases insulin sensitivity and promotes the use of bodyfat as a fuel source.
Building the Ultimate Physique by John Little Shoulder Training With the Max Contraction SystemDeveloping Dynamic Delts by Gene Mozee Gene … continue reading
The Combination Equation by Steve HolmanYou can work every bodypart in a home gym, and you don’t need a lot … continue reading
Home-Grown Legs by Steve HolmanHow to Build Tree-Trunk-Size Thighs and Jagged, Jutting Calves With Nothing but Dumbbells Calves and Calf … continue reading
Best Chest by John HansenHow to Build Perfect Pecs Naturally. Best Upper ChestHow to Chisel Upper-Pectoral Mass and Shape Critical … continue reading
Ah’ll-Be-Back Delt Attack by IRON MAN EditorsTerminate weak delts with the Arnold press. Back in Action by Greg ZulakBuild Rugged … continue reading
Ab Facts and Fallacy by Joseph M. HorriganDon’t let gym myths hinder your midsection results. Ab-session: Midsection Madness For a … continue reading
You know that running, even on a treadmill, can pound your knees into submission. A better alternative is the stationary … continue reading
According to the November ’11 Health, a study out of the University of Maryland showed that 15 minutes of laughter … continue reading
The Iron Man – John Balik: Arthur Jones and Bill Pearl – The IM Interview Part 12 Watch on YouTube … continue reading
It doesn’t take an expert to spot an off-season bodybuilding competitor compared to one preparing for a contest. Off-season bodybuilders … continue reading
Author John Rowley is a motivational speaker who has been affiliated with Martha Stewart, Fox News and the Wall Street … continue reading
A SLAP tear can cause clicking and popping with or without pain, a deep ache in the shoulder and pain when you’re performing bench presses, flyes, incline presses or cable crossovers.
The Iron Man – John Balik: Competing – The IM Interview Part 11 Watch on YouTube Download the April issue … continue reading
You’ve no doubt read how so many people are deficient in vitamin D. That can lead to an impaired immune … continue reading
There are a lot of influences that determine the outcome of our training sessions. What is it that lifts us … continue reading
The Iron Man – John Balik: Vince Gironda – The IM Interview Part 10 Watch on YouTube Download the April … continue reading
The June IRON MAN is all about winning. No, Charlie Sheen did not make our cover, but the two BodySpace Model Search champions did. You’ll see how they put it all together to win it all on the L.A. Fitness Expo stage—and how you can do it too. Also, Dr. Joe Klemczewski continues his tips on getting freaky ripped, pro Dan Hill reveals his quad-building program, and Bill Dobbins, coauthor of Arnold’s Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding, has tricks for how to pack your midback with mass. Oh, and speaking of Arnold, we’ll have big in-your-face photos from the Arnold Classic. The June IRON MAN hits newsstands the first week of May.
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The ultraconcentrated preworkout powder delivers the perfect amount of energy, focus and pump without the strung-out feeling and loss of appetite that results from many preworkout products.
The Iron Man – John Balik: Larry Scott – The IM Interview Part 9 Watch on YouTube Download the April … continue reading
All right, tall dudes, let’s face it: We can dunk a basketball, throw a football and baseball pretty far and … continue reading