DIY Weight Sled Home Build
We train a lot with picking heavy stuff up and putting it down. This is the core of what external resistance training relies on. What is missing here is the functional accessory work that comes from pushing or pulling a weight across a plane. This is where a weight sled comes in. Put a stack of 45s on a weight sled and you now have yourself a good time. Unfortunately this is a tool that a lot of gyms don’t have. In order to get a decent one, you will likely fork out $250 or more. So, we…
9 DIY Squat Rack Ideas For Your Home Gym | DIY Projects
Forget the gym, these DIY tutorials will help you get a workout at home. Try one of these DIY squat rack ideas and build a homemade squat rack!
Push/Pull/Legs Split: 3-6 Day Weight Training Workout Schedule and Plan - GymGuider.com
Generally, when someone says that something is “the best” it means that it’s the best for them. It doesn’t mean that it’s the best for you. If your buddy has been training for 10 years and you’re just starting out, his workout plan probably isn’t going to be ideal for you. Your goals, experience, free time, injuries, diet, stress level, sleep quality etc will determine the best workout split/routine for you. This graphic gives you a starting point.
Extreme Powerbuilding: The Hepburn Method
Doug Hepburn was one of the biggest and strongest natural lifters in the history of the sport. Discover how Doug trained.
How Much Can You Lift - How To Calculate Your One-Rep Max (1RM)? - GymGuider.com
Just as a warning, one rep max can be pretty dangerous, so I highly advise the use a spotter. I would only suggest testing your one rep max if you are more of an advanced lifter. Doing a one rep max test is a great way to measure your progress and base your workout program off of. Any good program will include the use of your one rep max to calculate the amount of weight you might be doing and also making sure you are progressing and using appropriate weights.
The Best Five Moves To Build A Stronger Broader Upper Back With Crazy Definition - GymGuider.com
Your back muscles are involved in just about every activity you do, it is important that they're strong enough to handle all that work. Training your back muscles will add muscle mass to your upper body, which can help make your waist look smaller. Like your chest, your back is made up of big muscles that can handle heavy weight, help you burn more calories. you can perform back exercises up to three non-consecutive days. For this reason, you might only work your back once or twice a week.
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9 Essential Strength Benchmarks To Reap Strength And Ultimate Size - GymGuider.com
It seriously pains me to see people trying to get a pump from the squat, bench, and deadlift.⠀I get it. You want to have some lean abs underneath that suit when you go to work. You want the shirt to kinda hug your biceps. And a pump is the way to get that...in the short-term. That pump is going to disappear in an hour or two. A pump can also be achieved by focusing on less fatiguing movements, like dumbbell movements. We know that progressive overload is the key to make long-term gains.