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All posts tagged "hypertrophy"

  • The Crazy Abs Workout

    The journey of building muscles into a beautiful and symmetrical physique is filled with starts, restarts, doubling back, and entering unassigned...

    AbsMike CarlsonMarch 14, 2016
  • Long-Distance Lifting

    Endurance athletes are in desperate need of a good dose of iron

    StrengthEddie AvakoffMarch 9, 2016
  • Do You Want An Insane Pump? Try This Trick

    When it comes to building your body, water is the forgotten nutrient. Many people think that protein is the most important...

    LatestIron Man MagazineMarch 3, 2016
  • Gain More Mass With Functional Hypertrophy Clusters

    How can I increase my strength while also gaining some muscle mass? Is there some special method that accomplishes both goals?...

    Beginning BodybuildingIron Man MagazineOctober 23, 2015
  • Recipe: Mini Smoked Salmon Frittatas

    8 large eggs 6 ounces smoked salmon, shredded 3 ounces feta cheese, crumbled 3 green onions, chopped ½ teaspoon ground pepper...

    Diet & RecipesIron Man MagazineAugust 21, 2015
  • Right Tools To Communicate With Your Muscles

    Choose the right tool to communicate with your muscles in their own simple terms. Ever since I began to climb the...

    Beginning BodybuildingIron Man MagazineAugust 10, 2015
  • Training For Strength Versus Training For Size

    What every lifter ought to know about training for strength versus training for size. Over the past few months we’ve examined...

    Beginning BodybuildingIron Man MagazineAugust 4, 2015
  • Gainful Sleep And How To Optimize Recovery

    Why hours spent slumbering might be more valuable for your physique than hours spent in the gym. Recently, theimportance of sleep...

    Anti-AgingIron Man MagazineAugust 1, 2015
  • The Right Training Frequency for Muscle Growth

    Q: Should I train each muscle twice a week or once a week for the best hypertrophy? A: Rather than thinking...

    Complete WorkoutsCharles PoliquinMay 27, 2015
  • How To Boost Your Metabolic Rate

    I’ll tell you one thing, and that is, steady state-low intensity cardio will NOT increase your metabolic rate. Quite the opposite...

    FitnessSharon OrtigasMarch 21, 2015