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7 Legit Reasons You Should Never Squat
7 Legit Reasons You Should Never Squat
Just say NO to squats. Learn why you should avoid this "king" of all exercises, and how you can build more muscle using the Smith machine, quarter squats & leg extensions.
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Q&A With Ronnie Coleman: Part 1 Who Was Your Biggest Bodybuilding Inspiration?
Q&A with big Ronnie "The King" Coleman, 8 time Mr. Olympia winner! Today we ask Ronnie who was his biggest inspiration in bodybuilding.
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BPI Sports Quick Tips: Glute Training Advice With Brendy Scheerer
NPC Bikini competitor and BPI Sports Franchise Director Brendy Scheerer demonstrates a challenging exercise that helps tone your glutes and legs.
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M&S 2014 Fat Loss Transformation Guide
Muscle & Strength's 2014 Fat Loss Transformation Guide
This complete fat loss guide includes detailed information on diet, resistance training and cardio, along with motivational transformation stories, articles and interviews.
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M&S 2014 Muscle Building Transformation Guide
Muscle & Strength's 2014 Muscle Building Transformation Guide
This complete muscle building guide includes detailed nutrition advice, workouts and training tips, along with motivational transformation stories, articles and interviews.
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53 Ways To Improve Your Workout Intensity
Insane Gains: 53 Ways To Improve Your Workout Intensity
Kick your workouts up a notch and increase your muscle gains with these 53 tips, advanced training techniques and plateau busters that are proven winners.
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M&S Presents: The 10 Best Articles From 2013
M&S Presents: The 10 Best Articles From 2013
These articles are the best of the best. Lose fat, build a big bench press, choose the right form of cardio, set reasonable goals and finally build the body you are after.
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The 38 Greatest Male Hollywood Physiques
Movie Muscle: The 38 Greatest Male Hollywood Physiques Of All Time
Who has the best body in the history of Hollywood: Schwarzenegger, Stallone, The Rock, Bruce Lee? Take a look at these 38 amazing bodies and decide for yourself.
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51 Lame Reasons Not To Workout Today
51 Lame Reasons Not To Workout Today
Why train when it's so much easier to stay at home, eat cookies, drink Dew and play Xbox. If you're looking for a good reason not to lift, you've come to the right place.
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101 Bad Ass Training, Workout & Bodybuilding Quotes
101 Bad Ass Training, Workout & Bodybuilding Quotes
This no holds barred article contains uncensored opinions on strength training, muscle building, diet and nutrition from many of the lifting industry's top names.
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Ken
Posted Sun, 09/02/2012 - 00:31

i'm looking at starting to train as a pro wrestler can anyone help me with a good workout plan

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Steve
Posted Thu, 09/06/2012 - 14:18

What's your lifting experience look like?

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Schalk
Posted Thu, 10/18/2012 - 10:12

Hi
Im looking to bulk up . Ive been traning for a few years now
And im ripped bud just whant some more muscel i weigh 70kg and 6ft high
And like 8% or less fat
Can any one help with a 4 day program that would
Kill me with pain haha .
Thanx

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mnsjason
Posted Wed, 12/05/2012 - 17:21

You could take a look at this routine: http://www.muscleandstrength.com/workouts/4-day-maximum-mass-workout

There are some burn sets and static work, which you'll certainly feel. Remember to eat BIG! You'll need a calorie surplus to build muscle.

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Amr
Posted Sun, 11/04/2012 - 07:11

Hi , i have been training and changing workouts for almost 4 months but i haven't seen any results but my lifting weights just increased but no visual gains , i was hoping you could give me a workout plan but i'd prefer not to include deadlifts or squats or wide grip pull ups

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mnsjason
Posted Wed, 12/05/2012 - 17:46

I'd need to know a little more about what your goals are before I can recommend a specific program (i.e. build mass, cut weight). Your diet plays a huge role in the results you see as well, and I can be a bit more specific after learning your goals. Also, it's a good idea to stick with one routine as opposed to constantly switching between routines, especially if your form needs work. Proper form is as important as the weight you use in my opinion. 

Deadlifts, squats, and wide-grip pull-ups are typically at the core of any solid routine. They are fantastic movements in terms of increasing overall strength, and are particularly effective when it comes to building mass. I'd recommend that you keep them in a routine if possible. 

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Gabriel
Posted Sun, 01/27/2013 - 11:35

for tge 10 week mass building program, can this workout be split in other ways so i can get two days of rest during the week and workout a day on the weekend or will the workout not be as effective that way
and can i drop some body fat with this routine also

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Gabriel
Posted Sun, 01/27/2013 - 11:43

and for the 10 week mass building program, can i make a superset routine out of that

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mike
Posted Wed, 02/06/2013 - 09:37

i've been at the gym for a month now its been 9 years since i worked out.
im 5'8 243lb and im 50 years old... a month ago my weight was 252lb.lost 9lb
I was an atlee many years ago was in the junior olympics and when i turn 15 started bodybuilding for 4 years and then i stopped and got in to a lot a bad habids.Ever since then i've been roller coasting my workouts since.Now i've decided to take this more serious and start training again. .
i seen your workout ,would it be to early to start your program
My goal is to bring my weight down and ad muscle mass and to keep this time.
Need a little help

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mnsjason
Posted Fri, 02/08/2013 - 19:25

I recommend taking a look at some of the cutting routines available on the site: http://www.muscleandstrength.com/workouts/tone.html

Focus on getting to your goal weight/body fat percentage. You can add some quality muscle mass without upping your body fat too much if you start with a leaner frame.

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mike
Posted Sat, 02/16/2013 - 10:04

thank you for your response,the last two weeks i've been using the 10 week mass building program.
im now at 240lb i've lost 12lb in 5 weeks.
My question to you, should i keep this workout or should i go to the cutting routines as you suggested me. Just want to make sure i choose the right program.There so many to choose from just picking the right one is difficult .
Here's my workout routine....treadmill for 35-40min i burn 350-400cal its set at 3.8speed... mon,tue workout with cardio, wed/ just cardio 35-40min... and thurs/frid treadmill and workout...sat off/ sun cardio and i weight myself.
Is this good ,or is it to much.
The way i figure, if stallone at 65 can do it im sure i can!!!

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mike
Posted Wed, 02/13/2013 - 11:12

thank you for your response,the last two weeks i've been using the 10 week mass building program.
im now at 240lb i've lost 12lb in 5 weeks.
My question to you, should i keep this workout or should i go to the cutting routines as you suggested me. Just want to make sure i choose the right program.There so many to choose from just picking the right one is difficult .
Here's my workout routine....treadmill for 35-40min i burn 350-400cal its set at 3.8speed... mon,tue workout with cardio, wed/ just cardio 35-40min... and thurs/frid treadmill and workout...sat off/ sun cardio and i weight myself.
Is this good ,or is it to much.
The way i figure, if stallone at 65 can do it im sure i can!!!

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Trent
Posted Mon, 03/11/2013 - 10:30

Hey guys, I'm in a bit of a tight spot right now. I'm a Track/Cross Country runner in high school. This is my senior year and I've been training for nine months straight to go out with a boom this season. Well the downside is that I've been having foot and ankle pains for a little over a month. I've recently learned that the pain is from tendonitis and my doctor mandated that I sit out for a whole month, and the Track season has already started. I've accepted that, but I need help with a new temporary workout plan for my legs and lower back. I want to be able to come back and still be strong enough to catch back up in my training. I'm having troubles finding any leg workouts that I can do without putting any weight or strain on my ankle other than leg extensions and leg curls. If you could please help me I would greatly appreciate it. And thank you for your time.
Best Regards,
Trent

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mike
Posted Mon, 03/11/2013 - 11:50

Hi! I've been following the 10 week mass building for about 1 mth been at the gym almost 3 mths lost 16lb
My question is when i weigh myself i only lose 1lb a week i'm assuming that im gaining the rest in muscle mass is this normal.
and can you tell me types of protein drinks i should take and consume in a day.
I'm 5'8 236lb now ,and i'm 50 years old.
mon/tue 40min of cardio and 1hr to 1.5hr workout - wed just cardio- thur/frid i repeat mon/tue and sat off sunday just cardio.
Any help i can get i would appreciate thank you

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Lennon
Posted Wed, 06/26/2013 - 01:49

Up until my recent work related injury I trained at a Thai boxing gym. We use some dumb bells but mostly focus on pads, heavy bags, speed bags, HIIT endurance type training. Having broke my ankle requiring metal plates and screws, I would be optimistic to say it will be a few months before I can get back in the ring. I can put 0 weight on my left foot, but i can bend my knee. I also just got a gym membership in the hopes of maintaining my upper body and whatever else I can. Any insight on the best and safest exercises someone with a broken ankle could do?

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himanshu khanna
Posted Thu, 08/01/2013 - 05:49

hey ,i want to gain weight so i need to take gainer ,cretine and mutivitamins while doing these work out or natural diet is sufficient ?

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john
Posted Thu, 08/22/2013 - 16:23

Hi , im currently following your home workout regime and the diet as well , im benching 40 kg at the moment , just wondering on average , and taking into account im doing everything right , how long it should take me to be benching 70 kg , a rough estimate , ?? thanks

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briam
Posted Thu, 08/22/2013 - 16:25

Hi , im currently following your home workout regime and the diet as well , im benching 40 kg at the moment , just wondering on average , and taking into account im doing everything right , how long it should take me to be benching 70 kg , a rough estimate , ?? thanks

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Alexi
Posted Wed, 12/04/2013 - 00:08

Hi, im currently following your 3 Day Hardcore Program, and im in the last weeks of the programs. i want the next workout routine. exactly in 3 day a week. continue for this 3 Day Hardcore Program. thanks

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