Anti Lock Buff

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Exercises that Target Upper & Lower Abs

Yes, you can have a strong midsection with rocking abs,but it’s going to take more than crunches to get it. While the crunch may be a classic exercise, it targets only a single muscle group, when your core is made up of at least four different muscle groups. Since the core is typically required during dynamic movements, it should be […]


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If You are trying to modify your buttocks in a major way on a short time period --say, a month--you can not beat compound exercises such as squats, deadlifts, and lunges. They recruit and target


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I want you to understand that in order to build, maintain and sustain muscle we must give it a reason to stay or grow. That's the nature of a lifters career, every heard the term "use it or lose it"? That is exactly what we are doing here. The training that built your body will be the training that you will use in order to lean down. I recommend that you stick to compound movements as the main focus along with training in both rep ranges of hypertrophy and strength.

2 Push/Pull Workout Plans - Create a Full Balanced Body With These Workouts -

What are push and pull workout plans? They’re simple but effective ways to get a balanced workout. When someone says, “yeah, I lift”, we often think multiple days in the gym consisting of chest, back, shoulders, arms and the dreaded leg day. That is the “traditional” way to lift, right? Dividing muscle groups into different lift days, although not bad, […]