5 Ways To Incorporate Interval Training into Your Routine

If you love hitting the gym but find yourself busy more often than not, high-intensity interval training (otherwise known as HIIT) could be the perfect answer to your troubles. HIIT induces an excellent caloric burn and also provides a great workout to both the cardiovascular and nervous systems. Because of the sheer amount of information available on […]

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6 Tips to Build Your Triceps

So far, research suggests that there are a few exercises that access the brachii muscle activity on your triceps. The results from this research can be summarized in these six points: #1. Multi-Joint and Single-Joint Exercises Have About the Same Effect. This may come as a surprise but when researchers Bohler and Soares compared the […]

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Up Your Bench Press

Bodybuilding is an individual activity and the results will always depend on you and only you. Although a lot of people choose bodybuilding because of this, studies have shown that the whole training changes depending on your choice between a solitary or partnered workout. If you have an audience, you might get better results, and […]

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Sprint your way towards single-digit body fat percentage with high-intensity exercise

The importance of sprinting as a tool in your training arsenal to produce a god-like physique has sadly been neglected in the bodybuilding community. It really is a shame that there are so few bodybuilders that actually include sprinting in their training programs. It has been proven to be one of the few fat-burning activities […]

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Best Weight Loss Blogs to Follow in 2018

Has it ever happened to you to take a look at yourself in the mirror and not like what you see? Do you find yourself often sitting in front of the TV or in your kitchen, chewing on some food you know is not good for you? How does that make you feel? And finally, […]

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Team Skip Training Protocol

What I am best known for in the Bodybuilding Industry is having an unorthodox approach to nutrition and training. I have always approached things with great cynicism because from an early age the accepted rules of training and nutrition just didn’t seem terribly logical. In fact, a lot of those so-called rules seemed stupid. It […]

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