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    Best training tip I have ever gotten is to stop training like a "Bro" that only does "Pecs and Biceps", to do Legs, Core, Lower back, Back and well...to sum it up, big compound exercises because they do not give "big waists" and that shows I am no longer infected with a disease Martin Berkham coined as: F*ckarounditis.
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    Best training tip was to start working my lower body just as hard as my upper body wow that changed things for sure, but my BEST tip I've ever got wasn't about training it was about how my diet needs to be in-check....I see it everyday in my gym the guys in there...perfect form...putting in reps...compound lifts and working their asses off...but sadly they gain ever so slow if at all....because they don't comprehend the importance of how much our diet affects our bodies compared to training....so again I must say the best tip is make sure your diet is in check as to fit your goals
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    working out legs does more than someone could
    imagine. what looks cooler? bench pressing 315 or squating over 500lbs with the barbell bending around your shoulders. work legs out twice a week and you'll be stronger than any other guy in the gym. if you wanna get stronger-lift more weight
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    The best tip I got was to lift heavy ass weights to failure, don't try to cut and get bigger at the same time. Lift heavy ass weights until people ask if your on the juice, then cut! -boss
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    Best tip ive ever got was to put as much time into the food i prepare and eat as i do when i train. Sleep and nap when tired and for every press/pull i need to consume a good calorie for "good" muscle.
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    Best training tip- less is more- you grow in the kitchen, not the gym.
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    Don't just go through the motions but train your mind. A strong body requires a strong mind. Work on both every time and just try to improve by even the smallest margin. Only then will you be maximizing your potential.
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    Best tip I ever received: Never Allow your ego to get in the way of learning something new. I used to lift horribly after high school. I was strong and powerful but my workout was The same and I would Deadlift, bench, squat, and power clean about 4 days a week. I used to never listen to anyone about over training, or lifting properly. For
    Years I made no progress until I finally listened to those telling me to have better splits, and takeover rest days. This is just an example bc I did tons of stuff wrong. But best advice: "CHECK YOUR EGO AT THE DOOR"
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    Diet and Sleep/Recovery are even more important than the training do. Your diet has to fit what your goal is and you have to get quality rest, otherwise you are just spinning your wheels.
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    Best training tip

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    Best training tip... intensity for immensity! Train like a warrior!
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    Not an entry, but the best tip I received was the importance of nutrition and that it outweighed the work in the gym.

    I'd always been bigger, so for all the years I lifted, I was concerned with losing fat more than gaining muscle. I didn't understand the concept that calories made both fat and muscle. I for some reason thought that lifting built muscle and I could do that while barely eating. Well, I wasted a LOT of years when I was younger falling prey to this and also, most likely, messing up my metabolism.

    Learning the importance of what your BMR is and how to properly add or lose weight is the best thing anyone could ever learn, IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestBeast
    Not an entry, but the best tip I received was the importance of nutrition and that it outweighed the work in the gym.

    I'd always been bigger, so for all the years I lifted, I was concerned with losing fat more than gaining muscle. I didn't understand the concept that calories made both fat and muscle. I for some reason thought that lifting built muscle and I could do that while barely eating. Well, I wasted a LOT of years when I was younger falling prey to this and also, most likely, messing up my metabolism.

    Learning the importance of what your BMR is and how to properly add or lose weight is the best thing anyone could ever learn, IMO.
    This! I followed the advice of mr.Cooper, FINALLY, and I swear I Necer thought I coul eat so much carbs and LOSE bf and BUILD muscle at the same time doing so! Diet is truly paramount... I uses to kill myself working out and had no idea I was accomplishing nothing with my poor eating habits. 3 months of proper nutrition and the changes have already ensued..

    Just yesterday, my cousin who hadn't seen me since may said, damn dude you working out? I was like well I always had been... But now I'm eating the right way! He said u look thinner, I was lkke I actually weigh a little more but like I said, eating the right way!
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    Best training tip for me was diet is 90% of the battle. Only the past few weeks I have started really cracking down on my diet and it has made all the difference. I had heard it and read it millions of times. Until its applied, you haven't unlocked your full potential!
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    Just like many of the posters above me have stated, diet really is key. I think the best advice regarding my training is "Abs are made in the kitchen." I used to be that guy in the corner of the gym doing 100's of variations of crunches with little results until I got my diet in check. Another goo piece of advice is to judge your progress in the mirror, not on the scale. Many people set a number when they're bulkin and gain too much fat in order to achieve their goal. Bodybuilding is a marathon not a sprint!!!
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    Best training tip: Form is key. Forget the weight, make sure u feel it. This goes for newbies and old gym heads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1
    Best training tip: Form is key. Forget the weight, make sure u feel it. This goes for newbies and old gym heads.
    Bro, are you telling me that I'm not supposed to use my whole body when doing bicep curls? That's crazy! Next you are going to say that I have to start working my legs and stop doing arms every day....







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    The best training tip for me was that you grow out of the gym not in it so rest is best!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99

    Bro, are you telling me that I'm not supposed to use my whole body when doing bicep curls? That's crazy! Next you are going to say that I have to start working my legs and stop doing arms every day....

    Not srs.......
    Yeah and when u spot someone on bench using too much weight and you have to upright row it back up.
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    Theres no contest for assistence work, dont think so much. Just shut up and lift.
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    Best tip I've ever had was not to train by myself. Sure you can get great workouts training solo however with a partner, he can push you, make you mad before your lift, and most importantly make you push your reps past failure giving you assistance. The gains are just incomparable!
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    Best advice is always track your progress. This is the only thing that keeps me from giving up on a regular bases. When I look back and see what iwas doing 2 months ago.
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    Best tip: Trying new routines and getting away from my dated daily routine. Goes back to the whole ego. I dont know everything so taking the time to listen to other fellow lifters is key to knowledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NADDANME
    Best advice is always track your progress. This is the only thing that keeps me from giving up on a regular bases. When I look back and see what iwas doing 2 months ago.
    True- I'm finishing up my first composition notebook it's taken a little over a year to fill every page, but the progress is undeniable when u force yourself to go bigger than last time
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    Quote Originally Posted by NADDANME View Post
    Best advice is always track your progress. This is the only thing that keeps me from giving up on a regular bases. When I look back and see what iwas doing 2 months ago.
    Solid advice. I find pictures are a nice tool too since we are so used to seeing ourselves every day that it becomes difficult to notice all the changes. You go back and look at pictures though and you really see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99 View Post
    Solid advice. I find pictures are a nice tool too since we are so used to seeing ourselves every day that it becomes difficult to notice all the changes. You go back and look at pictures though and you really see it.
    That and I'll take measurements some times even though I feel like a diva doing it. Anything to help feel motivated one of the big reasons I visit this site everyday also.
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    Best training tip? 50% nutrition, 50% training, so don't half ass anything keep it at 100% dedication.
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