The Complete Guide To Training Your Chest – Long Version

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This article covers Basic Anatomy, The Chest Exercises, some Good Articles and worthwhile Videos. Scroll to the end for Key Rules of Chest Training and Sample Workouts. Anatomy The Pectoralis Major is made up of two heads: the Clavicular (upper, near the clavicle) and the Sternocostal (lower, near the sternum). Beneath those muscles lies the Pectoralis Minor. The Clavicular head ...
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60 Day Training Plan For Bigger Arms – 60 Day Food Journal

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This is a two month journal I did to document my size gains from arm training. Things You Will Notice My diet contains a lot of the same foods each week. Once you find healthy foods it makes sense you include them often. There are ‘bad’ foods. I eat pizza. I eat curry. I eat ice lollies. I do these ...
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Five Healthy Breakfast Choices

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Should I Eat Breakfast? As many as 30% of us admit to skipping breakfast. Studies show that people who eat breakfast are less likely to be overweight and tend to be more active. However, this does not mean that any breakfast is better than no breakfast, or that by skipping breakfast you will gain weight. It is believed that a ...
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The Complete Guide To Training Your Triceps

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This article covers Basic Anatomy, The Tricep Exercises, some Good Articles and worthwhile Videos. Scroll to the end for Key Rules of Tricep Training and Sample Workouts. Anatomy The “triceps brachii” is the muscle on the back of the upper arm, connected to the humerus and scapula bones, and to the ulna. They are the largest muscle group in the ...
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The Complete Guide to Training Your Biceps

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This article covers Basic Anatomy, The Bicep Exercises, some Good Articles and worthwhile Videos. Scroll to the end for Key Rules of Bicep Training and Sample Workouts. Anatomy “The “biceps brachii” is the muscle crossing the shoulder and elbow joint. It has two “heads” (“bi-ceps” means “two-heads”), the long head and the short head. The short- head (inner) of the ...
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Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben runs a great website over at https://bengreenfieldfitness.com He is a triathlete with a real passion for learning about all things health and exercise related. His site is full of articles and he also has a regular podcast, which I listen to via the Podcast Addict app. It’s titled “Ben Greenfield Fitness: Diet, Fat Loss and Performance” and is great ...
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What are my Protein, Carbohydrate and Fat needs?

Part 2 – Calories (Macro Nutrient Needs) Macro nutrients are three types of foods that provide you with calories: Protein, Carbohydrate and Fat. You can read The Basics Of Nutrition: Protein, Carbohydrate And Fat Explained for more on those. These are only GUIDELINES for your diet and you may need more calories depending on your exercise levels. Protein Protein: recommended ...
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How To Calculate Lean Body Mass

What Is Lean Body Mass (LBM)? Your Lean Body Mass (LBM) is the amount of weight you carry on your body that isn’t fat. If you weigh 100kg but you’re 30% fat, then your Lean Body Mass (LBM) will be around 70kg. Why Do I Need To Know My LBM? Muscle burns more calories than fat. The higher your LBM, ...
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The Basics Of Nutrition: Protein, Carbohydrate And Fat Explained

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This article is for those needing a very basic explanation of the three macro-nutrients: Protein, Carbohydrate, and Fat. Once you understand these macro-nutrients it will make healthy eating feel a lot clearer. Protein It is unashamedly taken from a children’s health web site, as for now it need not be any more complicated than that. From kidshealth.org “You probably know ...
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The Permanent Pain Cure – Book Review

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My fourth recommendation is for anyone who suffers aches and pains, either short term or chronic. The movements in here stretch “fascia” instead of the muscle belly – and the difference is apparent immediately. “Get lasting relief from: All forms of back and neck pain • Pinched nerves • Pulled muscles • Jaw pain, a.k.a. “TMJ” • Sciatica • Sports ...
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