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A Bodybuilding Program For Athletes

by Erick Minor Muscle-bound. Mercifully, that pejorative label isn’t as prevalent as it was 30 years ago. Yet many “authorities” still maintain that training for hypertrophy is detrimental to athletic performance. To keep pace with a more educated fitness enthusiast, the laymen term “muscle-bound” has evolved into science-laden soundbites like “machines and single-joint exercises create …
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5 Ways to Get Stronger Without Lifting a Weight

[FONT=arial][h=4] Workout by: Cameron McGarr, C.S.C.S.[/h]Few men believe it, but you don’t need barbells, dumbbells, or machines to build muscle; in fact, weight-training equipment often inhibits the process. That’s because it requires you to be in a specific location, which might explain why more men consider themselves runners than lifters. After all, running is the …
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Endurance training counteracts high-fat diet

[h=1]Endurance training counteracts high-fat diet (*study)[/h][FONT=Georgia]Posted by Anthony Roberts in Nutritional Companies & Supplements, Other | 0 comments [/FONT][FONT=Arial] High-fat diets are far from optimal for endurance athletes. But what happens when you take a bunch of trained endurance athletes and give them a brief but absurdly high-fat (70% of calories) diet? As you might …