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Alright guys, I’m back again with Part 5 of my no nonsense, straight-to-the-point Bodybuilding And Fat Loss Q&A with some more important tips to hand you related to proper training, nutrition and supplementation.
If you missed any of the previous 4 installments you can use the links below to go back and access those if you’d like:
Now onto today’s questions…
April 3, 2015
Lying tricep extensions (otherwise known as “skull crushers”) are one of the most common tricep isolation exercises out there and are typically performed on a flat bench using either an ez-curl bar, straight bar or dumbbells.
Although the free weight variations of this exercise are decent choices overall when it comes to direct tricep training, there are actually a couple of specific drawbacks to keep in mind here…
March 30, 2015
Welcome to Part 4 of my Bodybuilding And Fat Loss Q&A series.
We’ve covered a lot of useful information so far and I hope you’ve been finding the various tips I’ve been discussing helpful.
There are still many more installments to come, and if you missed any of the previous 3, just use the links below to go back and access them…
Let’s jump in to the 5 question and answers for today…
March 25, 2015
While basic lower body compound exercises such as squats, deadlifts, leg presses and lunges do train the glutes effectively on their own, direct glute training is still necessary if you’re wanting to build these muscles up to their maximum size and strength potential.
That’s because the standard leg exercises used in most bodybuilding programs don’t allow for full extension of the hip joint, which is the primary function of the gluteus maximus...
March 23, 2015
Alright, it’s time for Part 3 of my complete Bodybuilding And Fat Loss Q&A series.
I’ve received a lot of positive feedback on these articles so far, and I’m really glad that you guys have been finding the information helpful.
Let’s dive into today’s questions…