Simply put, squats are the most difficult, intimidating and painful exercise you could possibly have in your arsenal. They require massive amounts of discipline and willpower to perform correctly. After you have performed a set of squats to failure, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about! They are also a challenging exercise to master from a technical standpoint. All this aside, they are also the most productive. Squats have packed more muscle onto skinny frames than any other lift out there. Because of the degree of difficulty, squats also force your body to release higher amounts of important anabolic hormones, such as testosterone and growth hormone, thus resulting in total body muscle growth. In addition, squats also cause what is known as a "spillover effect": a strength gain in almost all of your other exercises. When I started squatting to failure, my bench press increased by 20 pounds! If you're looking for serious muscle gains and you don't already squat, you'd better get started. Quite simply, they really, really work.
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Q. I can't get enough of a pump in the gym. It's starting to frustrate me; I want a huge pump for huge gains! What can I do?
A. The first thing you should understand is what a pump really is. Contrary to popular belief, it is not caused by a flow of blood into a particular area of the muscle. Instead, it is the result of blood that has been "trapped" inside. This results in a hard, full feeling inside the muscle. However, a pump is most certainly not an indicator of a successful workout. Although it feels great, we should never use this as a guide to whether or not we are having a good workout. Use progression as your guide for success in the gym, not the pump. You would get a huge pump by doing 50 reps with a 10 pound dumbbell, but do you think this would be effective for muscle growth? There is your answer right there.
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In this review I'm going to compare Atlas Superweight Gainer 1500 to
Critical Mass 2700, two very different muscle building weight gain
supplements, both of which I've recommended to many many customers over
I'll start with my usual disclaimer when I do a product comparrison. I'm not going to tell you which the 'best' product is, I'm not going to rubbish one product to sell another, What I hope I am going to do is help you decide which product is the 'best' weight gainer for you.
On the face of it, Atlas Superweight Gainer has been seen as a low cost, low quality product by some for many years as its typically been one of the lowest priced weight gain powders on the market. In fact looking at the pricing today as I write this comparing the Critical Mass 2700 4.4kg bag and the Atlas 5Kg tub you get about 22% more powder for your money with the Atlas gainer.
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Can I drink alcohol?. Probably one of the most frequently asked questions asked by the physique and figure folks who are relatively new to the gym and want to explore how much they have to sacrifice in order to obtain that body they've always wanted. Your more experienced gym goers dont ask because the answer is obvious isnt it?
Well if you're one of those people who think alcohol is off the menu if you want to lose body fat then you may be in for a pleasant shock. Not only can you drink, but you can drink a surprising amount and still create that perfect body so long as you follow a few simple 'rules'.
Adapt Nutrition is a UK sports supplement company founded by an expert in cutting edge formulations who has worked for a leading UK brand for many years along with developing and bringing to market many specialist supplements for a variety of brands.
In every walk of life, those who are willing to adapt, often succeed. For your body to adapt with your goals it requires the right nutrition, at the right time, in order to beat the stress and fatigue you place on it during physical training.
Adapt Nutrition products contain clinically proven, effective ingredients at the most efficient and successfully proven dosages. Whether your goals are lean-physique based, to get that extra rep in the gym, or go that extra mile, Adapt Nutrition products enable your body to perform at the highest level.
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NutriSport have a reputation for being able to deliver protein based supplements to the market at unbelievably competitive prices. Not surprisingly, over the years we have been challenged by both our competitors and our customers to justify how we can possibly deliver a product like NutriSport Protein 90+ at such low prices.
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