Maik Wiedenbach

Maik is an Olympic-level swimmer who turned to muscle building. He is now an author, and one of the most sought-after trainers in Manhattan.
Maik Wiedenbach

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About Maik Wiedenbach

A two time World Cup and Olympic-level swimmer in Germany, Maik Wiedenbach arrived in the US on a swimming scholarship at Fordham University, from which he graduated with a Bachelor in History, having already received an equivalent degree in German Literature from Germany.

After obtaining his NASM, BSA, and AFPA certifications, Maik founded Adler Training and successfully turned it into one of the most sought-after training and nutritional services in Manhattan, serving clients in top tier facilities.

His system targeting corporate travelers, professionals with time constraints, and clients based out of New York is specifically tailored for "on-the-go" people and those who need to maximize their returns in today's world of frequent travel, long work hours and high stress occupations.

Maik Wiedenbach's Content

Swole University: 11 Lessons For Bigger Arms
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Focus Your Warm-ups And Maximize Your Workouts
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3 Point Muscle Building Method: Stretch, Mid-Range & Contraction
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9 Reasons Why Bodybuilding Isn't Just A Narcissistic Activity
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Increase Your Bench Press By 30% In 5 Minutes
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Too Old To Build Muscle? The Bernie Long Story
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Cluster Sets: Pump Up Your Hypertrophy Workouts
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10 Forgotten Bodybuilding Exercises You Should Try
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9 Tips For Growing Your Shoulders Into Small Melons
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Maximize Your Workouts & Body By Focusing Your Goals
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Build Bigger Legs With These 6 Squatless Training Tips
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How To Manipulate Carb Intake To Fit BodyFat And Muscle Mass Levels
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Gluten Intolerance: Do You Need A Gluten Free Diet?
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How To Build Back Muscle Size: 8 Tips For An Impressive Back
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What Is A Cheat Meal And Can It Help You Lose Fat?
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11 Tips To Help Bust Through Muscle Building Plateaus
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Overtraining Symptoms: Are You A Victim?
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Fat Burners And Diet Pills: Rating The Ingredients
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Depression And Exercise: 10 Tips To Stay Motivated And Strong
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10 Things I Learned: Improve Your Training, Diet And Motivation
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Vince Gironda Part 2: 8x8 System For Mass And Leanness
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Vince Gironda Part 1: The Man And His Philosophies
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Are You Training Or Working Out? Real World Muscle Building Example
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Bodybuilding Contest Prep - The 3 Biggest Mistakes
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Mechanical Drop Sets - Break Into New Strength And Size Territory
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100 Reps Per Set Shocker Fullbody Workout
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Immanuel Kant's Contribution To Modern Bodybuilding
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7 Things You Must Do To Build A Bigger Chest
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Real Functional Training - Tips To Improve Your Performance And Gains
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High Fructose Corn Syrup - Is It Public Enemy Number One?
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Vegan Muscle Building - Can It Work?
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Muscle Building Genetics: Myth And Reality
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Not A Bodybuilder? How Posing Can Help You Get In Shape Quicker
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11 Tips To Spark New Arm Growth
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Posted Thu, 01/03/2013 - 09:26
Joe

I've watched Maik training people in the gym. He's always focused on the client he's with at the time and delivers more changes to their bodies than any other trainer I've seen. I didn't know about his education in Literature and History, but it makes sense. He's soft spoken and articulate; not qualities found very often in most trainers. I'm happy that this talented man has put his knowledge into a web-site. It should provide a lot of good 'sneak reading' when I should be working!