Training

Occlusion Training

Occlusion training causes greater muscle cell swelling. The recent excitement over the last few years has led to a surge in the number of bodybuilders using tourniquet or occlusive training to get better pumps in the gyms. Occlusive training, or blood flow restriction (BFR) training, involves wrapping a device...

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Two-A-Days

Training Articles

Are workouts twice a day more effective for muscle growth? Some bodybuilders advocate two-a-days for optimal increases in muscle mass. The legendary bodybuilder and seven-time Mr. Olympia, Arnold Schwarzenegger, often did two-a-days, but can it boost muscle growth as they recommend? The theory behind these types of workouts is...

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Lighter Weights and More Reps or Heavier Lifting and Less Reps?

Training Articles

Lighter weights and more reps build muscle just as effectively as heavier lifting and less reps. Go heavy or go home! That’s the common slogan found all over gyms, all over the country. Many lifters have been inspired for years by the heavy lifting feast of Dorian Yates and...

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The Benefits of Taking Super Creatine Pre and Post-Workout

Training Articles Supplementation

How much Super Creatine should you be taking everyday? Creatine has consistently been found to increase muscle mass and strength. Everyday, about 1-2 grams of creatine are irreversibly converted to creatinine in the human body. However, ingestion of creatine-rich foods or supplements such as Bang Master Blaster, which contains...

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Fat Loss and Fasted Cardio in the Morning

Training Articles

A recent study shows there is no added fat loss when fasted cardio is performed first thing in the morning. Countless trainers and magazines have written articles about the added benefit of doing fasted morning cardio, saying do cardio first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, and...

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