Jim Brewster

Jim Brewster writes for several websites and an international magazine. He is a natural bodybuilder, and plans to compete in 2010.
Jim Brewster

About Jim Brewster

I have been into bodybuilding since 1980. I was “bitten” after seeing a picture of Arnold on the cover of his book “Education of a Bodybuilder”. I have also been in the retail supplement side of the business since 1990 and have been as high up as a Regional Sales Director. Through work sponsorship, I have taken numerous courses on nutrition and personal training. As well, I have 30 years experience “in the trenches”.

I currently write for numerous websites and an international magazine.

I'm a natural bodybuilder with plans to compete in 2010.

My goal has always been to provide sound, truthful information on all aspects of this great sport, helping people avoid wasted time and effort. My hope is to see them achieve their goals faster.

I am available for any questions anyone may have, I can be contacted at sb5660@windstream.net.

Jim Brewster's Content

The Power Pump Routine
A complete push, pull, legs muscle building workout program. Includes information on recovery, nutritional guidelines and supplement advice.
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Rep Quality: A Detailed Look At Effective Repetitions
Everything you need to know about reps - from negative training to partial reps to time under tension. Learn how to focus and amplify your workouts.
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Understanding Drop Sets For Muscle Building
Jim Brewster provides an extremely detailed look at drop sets, drop set variations, and provides examples of drop set usage and workouts.
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Bringing Up Your Biceps
Are your biceps lagging behind? Jim Brewster helps you get into the growth zone with effective bicep building workouts.
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The Rest Pause Technique And It's Variations
Jim Brewster helps you to intensify your training by detailing several popular rest pause training techniques.
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Unique Movements, Power Racks And Exercises You Should Be Doing!
The low down on power racks, unique muscle building exercises, and just how many isolation lifts you should be performing in the gym.
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Get Intense! The Basics Of Extended Set Techniques
Jim Brewster helps you to understand key high intensity training techniques including rest-pause training, drop sets, supersets and more!
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Supplements: The Great Evil?
Are supplements evil? Jim Brewster takes a detailed look at the the logic of supplement attackers, and tells you about supplement effectiveness.
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Bringing Up The Hamstrings And Forearms – The Forgotten Muscles
It's time to attack your hamstrings and forearms! In this article Jim Brewster talks forearm and hamstring anatomy and forearm and hamstring training.
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Build a Big Back!
Jim Brewster explains the anatomy of the back, and provides you with 5 sample routines that will help you build a bigger back.
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Are You Using These in Your Workouts? If Not, You Should Be!
Ever tried a full body blitz? A post-exhaust drop set? A Haney Shrug? A drag curl? Jim Brewster lays out unique exercises and training approaches.
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Workout Nutrition And Hormonal Manipulation
Jim Brewster tells you how to maximize your body's anabolic hormones with the right nutrition, supplements and training intensity.
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Nutrition Basics and the Importance of Protein
Jim explains why protein is so essential for building muscle, and outlines a basic plan on how much protein to eat and how frequently to eat it.
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Posted Tue, 08/19/2014 - 14:25
Tyler

First of all, thank you for sharing your knowledge with the rest of us. I am newly returning to the gym after several years and a few injuries from my military service. My back is not what it used to be, but I have hope that it can be repaired and stronger than ever. I have been doing my research and came across your article called 'Build a Big Back!" and it has motivated me. I worked out my back yesterday and am anxiously waiting for it to recover so that I can put your routines into practice!

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Posted Sat, 02/23/2013 - 10:48
imran qureshi

My muccele is noy parogres any soluesion

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Posted Sat, 02/23/2013 - 10:48
imran qureshi

My muccele is noy parogres any soluesion

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Posted Mon, 03/12/2012 - 14:43
Gary

I read the info on reps. but, I don't understand what it means to do 3 reps of 12. How long do I wait between finishing my first 12 and starting my second and so on?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Just starting out with dumbbells.