Stop Going Heavy If You Want to Pack On Muscle Size

September 19, 2012

by Steve Holman, Editor in Chief at IRON MAN Magazine and co-author of Old School New Body You may know the name Vince Gironda. He was a legendary Hollywood trainer who got actors, bodybuilders and athletes into top shape fast–lean and muscular in record time–and he taught me a big-muscle building lesson I’ll never forget. […]

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Body Re-Engineering

August 23, 2012

Hugo Rivera knows all too well the emotional roller coaster of being overweight, then too skinny and the mental anguish of trying to find the right balance. He has years of first-hand experiences of the scorn and ridicule that accompany not just obesity, but male anorexia too. Hugo says that he searched in vain for […]

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Super Hero Fat Loss Review

July 19, 2012

John Romaniello is a well-known fitness author, expert and founder of Roman Fitness Systems. Based in New York City, he has worked with clients of all kinds and is regarded as one of the top body transformation specialists in the fitness industry. For his latest effort—Super Hero Fat Loss—John teamed up with fellow training legend […]

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Review of THINK! and Lose Weight

July 10, 2012

In 2006 the U.S. Agricultural Research Service conducted a study of various weight loss plans and programs. The study concluded that persons who are successful at losing weight—and maintaining the weight loss—are the ones who stick with their chosen program. We probably didn’t need anyone to conduct an exhaustive study to figure that one out […]

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Ignite New Gains With Density Training

June 27, 2012

Guest post by Ben Pakulski & Vince Delmonte What is density training? Now on to the least utilized growth igniter in the family! Density is the factor that most people can very easily understand, but yet neglect to utilize to their advantage. Maybe it’s just the nature of human beings to be lazy and not […]

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9 Mental Muscle Pointers

May 30, 2012

Answering one from the mail bag today…. Question. I have heard and read that having the right mental attitude is as important as pumping the heavy iron for muscle gains and strength.  At least this seems to be what currently being said today.  Do you place much value on having the right mental attitude” e-mail […]

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Kre Alkalyn vs Creatine

May 15, 2012

by Doberman Dan Creatine is one of the most popular, widely-used bodybuilding supplements around.  It was first identified in back in 1832 when a French scientist (Michele Eugène Chevreul) discovered it as a component of skeletal muscle. Looking at its chemical make-up we see that creatine is a naturally-occurring a nitrogenous organic acid. It occurs naturally in vertebrates and helps to […]

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The Forearm Pain Paradox

April 25, 2012

The Forearm Pain Paradox Guest post by Jedd Johnson paradox – A statement or situation which defies logic or reason Today I am going to tell you about the Forearm Pain Paradox. Imagine being able to bend spikes and steel bars with your hand and wrist strength, but not being able to turn a door […]

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Old School Exercise For a Chiseled Chest

April 18, 2012

Guest post by Scott Tousignant of Metabolic Masterpiece If your goal is to sculpt a classic looking physique your best bet is to take a page out of the old school physique artist, Vince Gironda’s book. Vince was the master of cosmetic bodybuilding and helped his clients create the illusion of more muscle with the […]

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Benefits of Yoga for Muscleheads

March 29, 2012

The following is an excerpt from Yoga for Bodybuilders republished with permission. Yes, yoga is an ancient discipline that comes from India, etc etc etc. It’s been primarily associated with New Age granola crunching and men in suspiciously tight pastel colored pants. But NFL football players are using yoga too. And there’s a very good […]

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