Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Best Exercises for Thicker Back

Exercises Performed:

Dead lifts 5 sets of 5 Reps

Barbell Rows 5 sets of 5 Reps

Lats pull down alternating close and wide grip 3 Sets Of 8-14 Reps

Pull Ups To Failure

Monday, January 26, 2015

5 Exercises For Massive Shoulders

Shoulder muscle can be a very stubborn body part for some despite hard training sessions and constant effort. Some don’t see the results they would like to see on them otherwise. Try these 5 exercises and you will see your shoulders responding to workouts in no time!

5 Exercises for Massive Shoulders is something which has helped me to make lot of gains and make my shoulder muscles respond with great development. Shoulder muscles have 3 heads which are front, rear and side, I recommend always do the compound movement first which hits every fiber in your shoulder muscle and gives you that great foundation with mass.This is how I learned how to build shoulder mass.

Clean and press, military press are some of the best compound exercises which you can start your shoulder workout with and make sure you go heavy on them without compromising the form. I suggest do 5 sets and no more keep the rep range around 7-10 and you will definitely feel the intensity and over a period of time great results. Shoulders as we know makes a big impact; consider you hitting a back double biceps pose and a greatly developed shoulder will make a big difference between an average pose and a great pose.
The wider your shoulders are the beautiful your frame looks and when your side delts are huge they make your arms appears more defined and ripped. Hit lateral raises one Arm or both arms at the same time to hit those side delts.

Do these 5 exercises in the same order and rep range and your shoulders will start responding in no time

Barbell Clean and Press 5 sets of 7 Reps  
Dumbbell Press 5 sets of 7 Reps   
One Arm Lateral Raises   5 sets of 10 Reps   
Arnold Press 5 sets of 10 Reps.
Barbell Shrugs 5 sets of 6-8 Reps   

Try these exercises and start saving money for a bigger sports jacket, because in sometime you will not be able to fit into one you already have!

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Greg Plitt Dead at 37

Greg Plitt is a world famous fitness model, certified fitness trainer and Actor. 
He passed away on 17 January2015, he was 37 year old. He is a legend in the fitness industry that has helped thousands of people transform their physique.

Sunday, January 11, 2015

3 Exercises To Get Big Arms

How to build biceps fast? How to get big Arms? These are questions people often ask. Desperate times ask for desperate measures, you need big arms you got to train big and hard, that’s the only way! Big on basics and heavy on the curling bar is what I say is the formula.

I am not saying this is the magical recipe for massive arms but definitely it will put you on the right path for to get those huge arms. 3 Exercises to Get Big Arms is something that I have tested and used in my Arm workout routine and gained lot of size on my arms. So if I am saying this program or the exercise works then it definitely works, as I have seen the results first hand. Throw way those 20 reps of this and 25 reps of that, if you want big arms. Sure those routine might give you the pump by they aren’t going to help you with building massive arms.

Arms have can be broken down into two muscle groups, biceps and triceps. Triceps is the biggest muscle group in your entire arm and training them can get you huge size, I have covered that in my previous article with workout video on Triceps workout for Huge Triceps. But here we are chasing the second link in the huge arms which is the biceps!

Lots of sets and moderate reps is the mantra, when say moderate you go to failure. Failure here on the entire workout has to be around 7 -8 rep range so adjust the poundage accordingly.

Barbell curls 10 sets to failure
Seated barbell curls 6 sets to failure
Preacher curls 6 sets to failure
Hammer curls 5 sets to failure

Do the outlined exercises in the same format and will see your biceps growing big like that of Larry Scott!

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Nutrition – Fish and Shrimp


Shrimps are excellent source of high protein.
No carbs and No fat.
They are an unusually concentrated source of the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrient called astaxanthin.
It’s not unusual for a single 4-ounce serving of the shrimp to contain 4 milligrams of astaxanthin.
Astaxanthin known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.


Fish is a food of excellent nutritional value.
Fish provides high quality protein and a wide variety of vitamins and minerals.
It’s rich in Vitamins A and D, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium and iodine.