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1.    Eat for health and consume lots of green fibrous vegetables – foods such as broccoli are full of nutrients, high in fibre which helps you feel full and also very low in calories. Having lean meat / fish with plenty of green vegetables and some healthy fat such as olive oil is a near dam it perfect meal.

2.    drink plenty of water, your body functions more efficiently when you take in plenty of water and it also keeps hunger pangs at bay. You do not need to go overboard with it – the simplest guide is the colour of your urine, drink enough to ensure it is clear.

3.    Make sure that you are lifting weights 2-4 times per week, there is no better way to torch body fat and jack up your metabolism than hitting a good weights session. Also make sure that you are still aiming to shift some heavy iron, many people want to get lean and suddenly think lifting light weights for more reps is the best way to go about it. A much better approach is to keep in at least one strength exercises per session and then after that you can move at a faster pace with slightly lighter weights.

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There are many different techniques out there that can be used to add variety to your training programme and help you to add slabs of muscle to your physique. Here are some of the methods that I believe are truly effective at helping you achieve this.

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If I could give any advice to newbie trainers looking to add slabs of muscle and get stronger whilst improving posture and keeping their body healthy it would be this …. TRAIN YOUR BACK AND TRAIN IT OFTEN.Hope that got your attention, Every person I have ever trained has improved their back development, improved strength and got rid of niggling shoulder issues simply by training their back with more frequency. If you take a look at most conventional bodybuilding routines out there you will see that every muscle group is hit once a week, now on the surface this may not seem a big issue but trust me it is. Chest and shoulders are usually trained on separate days and with as much volume as the person’s back day. This basically means that you are doing A LOT more pushing than pulling which can lead to piss poor posture …..we have all seen those guys who walk around with their shoulders hunched forward looking like trolls. Well this undesired look is one consequence of too much pushing and I can tell you now that this will lead to shoulder problems and also reduced range of movement. If you don’t believe me hunch your shoulders forward … try and lift your arms straight into the air above your head …..yes I know its impossible and good luck doing an overhead press.

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