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October 29th 2016 | Issue #329
We all want to know what the secrets are to building massive muscle mass. Many of us are lead into thinking that the secret comes in the form of a special bodybuilding training routine or possibly a magic protein powder or muscle gaining pill. The reality is that for building massive muscle mass you need to follow the ten simple bodybuilding training secrets that I'm about to disclose inside...
Frequent consumption of red meat is supposedly correlated with various negative health issues, but the results from the studies are often inconsistent which weaken the conclusions.
Any diet that claims calories don't matter, forget it. In today's' featured article Will Brink discusses a common sense approach to nutrition based on the facts.
3 Steps To The Perfect Seated Calf Raise.
Calves for some can be a hard muscle group to add significant muscle. Check out this week's video in which Hunter Labrada explains how to maximize your efforts with the seated calf raise.
It's Halloween - Time For Pumpkins!
The first two things that come to mind when I think of October are: 1. Halloween and 2. PUMPKINS! Unfortunately biting into a pumpkin like an apple probably isn't gonna be the most appetizing thing in the world (I've tried it). What is delicious - STUFFED low-carb pumpkin bread we're about to make with my Baking Protein!
It's Time To Start Bursting Out Of Those Sleeves!
Check out this killer arm routine from Team Labrada athlete Brian Martinez. And, remember to keep to 4 sets of 12-20 reps. When you get to 20 reps, it's time to increase the weight again until you're closer to the 12 rep range.