So if you’re anything like me then after a while of bulking & adding mass, you will start to feel a little fat and overweight. This is inevitable – any time you add weight you will ALWAYS add lean mass & fat. There is no way around it! One way to fight back is by …
Let me cast my mind back to when I left University… At that point I was around 125lbs/56kg wet. That’s around 9 stone! How light is that?! Anyway I started work in the “real world” and eventually turned my thoughts to my general health… And how to get big! It didn’t take long to realise …
If you want a killer upper body you’ll definitely need to include a few of the best back exercises into your routine. A strong back is really important both in terms of aesthetics and general wellbeing. In this post we will look at: The health risks of skipping back exercises A guide to your back muscles (with pictures!) Key …
I think we’ve all been in the situation where we want the best upper body workout routine possible to maximise our muscle growth. Nothing is more frustrating than a flat chest when bulking up.
In this guide we will cover some of the theory of building an effective weightlifting program before constructing our own. We will cover:
1 – Why compound movements are vital to build chest muscle
2 – How to use supplementary movements to maximise your pec development
3 – The merits of full body and split programs and which to pick
4 – The pro’s and con’s of different rep ranges
5 – Building an example upper half split program
So lets get started.