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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Chest Training Trio

Sooner or later, everyone hits a ceiling on their improvement – a limit to your growth. But like with everything else, this too can be beaten by switching up the way you exercise. A lot of people search for the right exercises, but the truth is, you already know them, you just need to find […]

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How to Bench Press More Weight

Here you’ll find the 5 basic tricks you can incorporate right now into your workout routine to bench press bigger weights. Here they are: 1. Don’t train to failure! There’s this false notion perpetuating throughout the fitness community that every set needs to be done to the point of muscular failure, where you push yourself […]

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The Cure for Your Bench Press Sticking Point

Training plateaus are a normal part of the training curve, especially when it comes to the most popular exercise of all time – the bench press. It would be truly amazing if we could all keep increasing our bench press totals in a never-ending continuum, but that hardly ever happens in reality. Any bodybuilder can […]

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Muscle-Specific Hypertrophy: Chest, Triceps and Shoulders By Menno Henselmans

Building a massive physique, unfortunately, requires a more measured approach than simply trying to heave as much weight as humanly possible. To know how to best train a muscle, you have to first understand its physical structure, specifically its biomechanics and fiber type composition. This information helps you select the correct rep ranges, weekly volume, […]

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