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Ian Coleman has written over 150 articles on muscle building and fat loss, and is recognized as one of the most knowledgeable muscle building trainers on the planet.
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About Ian Coleman

Ian Coleman has written over 150 articles on muscle building and fat loss, and is recognized as one of the most knowledgeable muscle building trainers on the planet. He specializes in helping hard gainers to reach their goals through the use of sensible and simple training approaches. Ian also knows how to get shredded. Over the last several years, seven of his clients have placed first or second in bodybuilding or fitness competitions.

Recently, Ian Coleman has ventured into fitness modeling. He has appeared in several TV commercials, and is hoping to land work as a magazine fitness model as well.

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21 Day Shredding Workout Cycle And Diet
Fast & Furious: 21 Day Shredding Workout Cycle And Diet
This 3 week fat burning cycle focuses on low-carb food choices and hardcore workouts that restrict rest between sets, finishing with intense 15 minute cardio sessions.
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4 Day Superset Focused Muscle Building Workout
4 Day Superset & Timed Set Muscle Building Workout
This is a 4 day workout variation of one of the most popular training systems on M&S. You will hammer your muscles into effective growth using timed sets and supersets.
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5 Day Superset Focused Muscle Building Workout
5 Day Superset & Timed Set Muscle Building Workout
A quality change of pace, this routine sets aside squats, deadlifts and flat bench press and hammers your muscles into new growth using timed sets and supersets.
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Double Split Training: 3 Month Specialization
Double Split Training: 3 Month Muscle Building Specialization Program
It's time to go retro. This 3 month specialization program has you in the gym for 10 workouts each week. Back it with plenty of sleep and food for all kinds of gains!
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50 Rep Fat Loss HIIT And Kettlebell Workout
50 Rep Fat Loss HIIT Treadmill And Kettlebell Workout
Blast fat using only a kettlebell, bodyweight exercises and some HIIT treadmill sprinting. Exercises move along in a taxing 10 to 50 rep progression pattern.
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Gain Mass Fast: 20 Week Program
How To Gain Mass Fast: 20 Week Quick Start Program
Build muscle as quickly as possible using this 20 week program that features 3 unique stages: neuromuscular adaptation, conditioning, and a maximization stage.
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64 Amazing Arnold Schwarzenegger Quotes
Arnold Schwarzenegger Quotes On Bodybuilding, Motivation And Success
64 amazing and inspiring quotes from the Austrian Oak Arnold Schwarzenegger. Mr. Olympia shares his opinions on bodybuilding, life, success and happiness.
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HIML-4 Maximum Muscle Building Workout System
HIML-4 Maximum Muscle Building Workout System
HIML-4 is a highly effective four week muscle building workout system that cycles between heavy days, intense workouts, and moderate to light weight training days.
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Get Crazy Ripped With These 8 Tips
Get Crazy Ripped With These 8 Tips
Eight tips and tricks to get your cutting diet headed in the right direction. This article also include bonus hot tips that are proven to work.
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The Zig Zag Diet Approach
The Zig Zag Diet Approach
Stagger your alories and help your body lose fat and gain muscle at the same time. A zig zag diet approach is a proven and effective way to avoid ruts.
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r kalra
Posted Mon, 08/06/2012 - 02:22

pl.clarify paramid valume training. in this training u have mentioned do 6,8,10,14 reps ok but in 6reps i lift heavy weight bt when i do 10-14 reps in 3rd-4 set i am unable to lift with the same weight.is that correct? in 10-14 reps weight becomes less

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handdicaped guy
Posted Tue, 01/22/2013 - 09:20

Because of medicinally reasons(I’m Handicapped)(rare brian disorder) I can only lift a max of 20 lbs HELP! What can I do, when I can’t do a lot?I’m w/o at home since I can’t drive anymore.I’m in a wheel chair but I can walk holding on to a treadmill. W/O mostly from the floor .Doc cleared me to w/o.Had a trainer work with me but he left.Just want to get fit & trim I think with the lbs I lift that’s all I can do.Lifting heaver make me shake, then I go out of form, and hurt myself.Can You HELP Me.I’m motivated
Right now I'm on a 3 day w/o 2 sets of 100 back,chest ,air squats.Since i change time and weight I'm always shock the body all exercise is done on floor.
My goal right now is the fit look I'm 5'11" 209 going down to 170

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Sid
Posted Thu, 01/31/2013 - 06:23

I don't understand how to perform week 2 of HIML,intensity week.Can anyone help?

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Joey
Posted Thu, 01/31/2013 - 11:10

Any questions you might have are likely answered in the posts above. Let us know if you still have any specific question.

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Anthony
Posted Sat, 04/20/2013 - 12:50

Hey I had legit question about HIML 4 but it seems the comment section there is dead. I thought I'd try to contact you directly but I'm not sure how besides replying to a comment of yours. I wanted to know if I could skip front squats on heavy week. I have a problem doing them, especially when going heavy. Also, I am going to buy a dip belt but until I do, is there an alternate to weighted dips and weighted pull ups I can do? I would highly appreciate a response, brother.

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andrew
Posted Sun, 04/20/2014 - 13:19

Hi I am planning starting the 20wk quick start program tommorow. I have been working out on and off now for a few years now. But have only started again recently for the 6-8wks. And have already started to see some gains. Should I start on level 2? Or alternatively as I like to work out 3-4 times a week, can I work in an extra days shoulders on stage 1?? I want to do the program properly so any advice at all would be very much appreciated. Thanks

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mohammad
Posted Thu, 05/08/2014 - 08:44

Hello.how can I contact with ian coleman

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