The first phase of the Complete Strength, Size and Skill Program is now available! The purpose of this program is to prepare the body with a combination of powerlifting, bodybuilding and calisthenic movements that will result in amazing hypertrophy and strength all over in no time. My strength, hypertrophy and skill skyrocketed on this program … Continue reading Phase 1 of The Complete Strength, Size and Skill Program
This 2-week preparatory program will prepare you for the first level/month of the Triple S (strength, size and skill) Program. It contains a combination of bodybuilding, powerlifting and callisthenic exercises that will empower you to stand out and be unique in the fitness world. This 2-week preparatory program will also help you to get a … Continue reading The FREE BONUS 2-week Preparatory Level of The Complete Strength, Size and Skill Program
Most people who exercise, including me, want to look good, but there are already so many "good looking" bodybuilders out there. So the question is: do I want to be just another good looking guy like everyone else? No, having a great physique is just part of it. Next is powerlifting. What do big muscles mean … Continue reading Insane 3-month Bodybuilding, Powerlifting and Callisthenic Program with Goals that Anyone can Achieve.
There are two important laws to look at when the focus is trying to get stronger. Law of specific adaption to imposed demands: If you want to get better at a certain movement, you have to do the same exercise more. Law of accommodation: The more you repeat an exercise, the less effective it becomes. … Continue reading Getting bigger and stronger with specialized variation
In this article, I'm going to give you an example workout and teach you how to change things up so that it can fit you personally. I'm also going to give you advice on how to keep on progressing and stay injury free. The program below is a bro split where you train each muscle only … Continue reading How to customize and improve your own workout
When should you hit the weights? Does it even matter? I heard training in the morning is suboptimal because of elevated cortisol. Let me explain a bit of the science first... Multiple physiological functions, such as the sleep-wake cycle, body temperature, hormone secretion, and locomotor activity, as well as intracellular processes such as mitochondrial metabolism, protein … Continue reading When is the best time of the day to workout?
So many people love working out, but all too often something happens and their commitment just vanishes into thin air... they either get an injury, get burnt out or fall down into the "just don't have time anymore" ditch - they basically lose their passion and motivation. Why does this happen in the first place … Continue reading 11 Tips on How to love working out again
Are you guilty of having been influenced by other's wrong mentality or training philosophy? Here are a few things that most people do wrong in the gym: Just lift the weight Only do the movements strong and explosive Lift heavy all the time Believe in only one style of training Do only two or three … Continue reading What most gym goers (and even elite athletes) do wrong all the time
Glycogen is the storage form of glucose. Carbs, either directly from glucose, or when other forms, such as fructose and galactose are converted to glucose, will it be converted to and stored as glycogen in the liver and muscles when those stores ain't full yet. The liver stores an average of 100g of glycogen and this … Continue reading Coffee for extra muscle glycogen
A pump is what you get when you exercise a certain muscle group and that muscle becomes gorged with blood, making your skin feel very tight against your muscle, veins popping, etc. You might even walk differently because a muscle is so pumped, making some people feel very egotistic. Pre-workouts are sold by the millions … Continue reading How to achieve a crazy pump – plus the stack