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.
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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.

Ian Coleman's Content

Fast & Furious: 21 Day Shredding Workout Cycle And Diet
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4 Day Superset & Timed Set Muscle Building Workout
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5 Day Superset & Timed Set Muscle Building Workout
825 Shares
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Double Split Training: 3 Month Muscle Building Specialization Program
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50 Rep Fat Loss HIIT Treadmill And Kettlebell Workout
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How To Gain Mass Fast: 20 Week Quick Start Program
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64 Arnold Schwarzenegger Quotes On Bodybuilding, Motivation & Success
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HIML-4 Maximum Muscle Building Workout System
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Get Crazy Ripped With These 8 Tips
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The Zig Zag Diet Approach
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The Zig Zag Bulking Approach
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Bulking For Natural Bodybuilders
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62 Comments
3 Healthy Bulking Foods for Hardgainers
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50 Comments
Gym Rat Joe: It's Time for that Routine to Go!
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Fast Food for Bodybuilders
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Big Arms: What to Know, How to Grow
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Arm Yourself with These 7 Bicep Blasters
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A New Look At Old School Volume Training
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A Look at 4 Food Myths
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8 Beastly Bench Pressing Tips
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Building Strength and Mass with Negatives
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Posted Thu, 05/08/2014 - 08:44
mohammad

Hello.how can I contact with ian coleman

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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Posted Mon, 08/06/2012 - 02:22
r kalra

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