You train day in and day out. You’re hitting all your sets and reps. But something still feels off. Maybe you’re not getting all the gains you want. Maybe you’re not building strength the way you think you should. Do you want to take your training to the next level? I bet you do. All it takes is a little know how and experimentation. Keep reading for some important tips that can help propel you ahead of the pack and turn you into the guy that everyone watches in the gym.
Bodybuilders and gym goers are in search of a complete aesthetic. Lean athletic legs, a trim waist, strong back and strong powerful shoulders make up a classic physique many set out to obtain. The seated shoulder press is one of the perfect exercises for increasing strength and mass in the shoulder girdle. It is a great compound exercise that helps to build control in core and stabilizer muscles. We’ve explained what muscles are worked and why you might want to add this to your routine. As well as some steps on how to get lifting. Check it out.
Fitness is a multi-billion dollar industry that changes lives everyday but there is still one myth that plagues consumers and is pushed over and over again. The myth of getting toned. A common belief that surrounds strength training is the fact that if you lift heavy weights you’ll get big and bulky while if you lift lighter weights you can trim and tone your body. We’re here to dispel that myth and shed some light the benefits of consistent exercise.
Consistency is the key to success in all aspects of life. Some of us lead busy lives which makes it hard to always remain consistent especially with training. But we shouldn’t neglect our physical fitness. Therefore it’s essential to find a training routine that we can use at home or on the go regardless of the equipment available. We’ve put together a full-body and two-day split program that will help you remain consistent and on track to reach your goals.
Long hours in the gym are most often coupled with sessions of cardio. Your body and mind are already conditioned and strong. Workouts are fun and exciting. But every week you dread doing it. Sometimes you skip it all together. Well friends, cardio doesn’t have to suck. This is how cannabis can make it fun. Both THC and CBD together or combined can make for an amazing experience. Sounds counterintuitive I know. Let’s take a look.
Lately the news has been plastered with stories in regards to medical marijuana, recreational marijuana as well as laws and reforms towards the legalization. Pot isn’t a new thing it’s just getting more and more of a spotlight as people push for leniency and acceptance. So what’s with all this chatter about the benefits of smoking weed? Is it good for you and can it have any impact on your fitness program?
The name sissy squat is hardly any indication of the level of gusto required to perform this quad trembling feat. In fact there isn’t anything sissy about this movement. It’s also probably one you have never even heard of or even tried. The sissy squat is one of the best exercises for building massive quads, while strengthening your core and hip flexors. It’s an exercise that isolates your quads far better than any barbell or dumbbell lift by eliminating the glutes and hamstrings. If you’re struggling to build bigger quads give the sissy squat a try.