October 6, 2016

Antagonize and Anabolize!

You won’t grow to reach your maximum potential unless you train smart. Smart training involves mixing up your routines from time to time, hitting the body from different angles and perspectives while realistically evaluating your goals and progress. Agonist/antagonist training is an excellent example of a regime that can provide superb results, propelling you onward from sticky plateaus. There are many, many different types of training routines that claim to build stacks of muscle and […]
October 3, 2016

7 Fitness Tips to Make the Most Out of Your Workouts

It is easy to get complacent when you perform the same exercises over and over. This leads to a lack of interest, which in turn leads to time spent sitting on the couch and not focusing on your health and fitness goals. If you want to get in the best shape of your life, you need to commit. Though, this is not always easy. When you feel that you are ready to take your workout […]
September 7, 2016

The Importance of Working Your Core

It’s more than just looking great; it’s all about strengthening your core. That’s not just a trendy word or concept; it describes your abs, obliques, glute, back and psoas muscles. All of them comprise your core. One way to look at it is like this – your core is the framework for your body. These muscles protect your organs, provide support for your bones and give you stability. It’s super important to keep them strong. […]
July 26, 2016

The 5 Best Exercises to Build Trap Muscles

One of the most obvious signs that you put hours of hard work in the gym is sporting a set of thick trapezius muscles. Hulking traps create a powerful looking physique apparent even when fully clothed. Balanced, large trap muscles also help create that aesthetic broad-shouldered look. Keyword here is “balanced”. Large traps can also be associated with poor posture and ugly aesthetics when the muscle group is imbalanced. Additionally, scapula function is often impaired, […]