Muscle “In” Sites

Eric Broser’s

Muscle “In” Sites

 www.SupplementCoach.com

 Without a doubt the science and technology behind the sports supplement industry have grown by leaps and bounds over the past 20 years. Simple protein mixtures, liver tablets and brewer’s yeast formulas have given way to hormone modulators, insulin mimetics, thermogenics, nitric oxide enhancers, cortisol blockers, sleep inducers, creatine, beta alanine, pre-, intra- and postworkout recovery matrices and more. Fancy words and phrases such as

Mass Rules

Greg Zulak

Mass Rules

There are dozens of theories about the most effective way to build muscle mass and strength while losing bodyfat. To be honest, almost all of them work to some degree. There are bodybuilders who swear by powerlifting-type routines, using the heaviest weights possible for low repetitions and taking long rests between sets, while others like light-to-moderate weights, high repetitions and a high volume of work—lots of sets, lots of pumping. You have devotees of supersets, tri-sets, giant sets and drop sets, and then you have Heavy Duty followers, who do a low volume of moderate-rep sets plus forced reps and negatives—in other words, abbreviated high-intensity training taken to failure and beyond.

Sunny D Light

Becky Holman

Sunny D Light

The latest research on vitamin D has caused the medical community to drastically increase the recommended dietary allowance. Deficiency is rampant, and it’s believed to be one cause of everything from breast cancer to depression. You can get vitamin D from fortified milk, cereals and orange juice. Your body can also produce it when your skin is without sunscreen. About 15 minutes twice a week is all it takes; however, it must be direct sunlight., which, don’t pass through glass—so rays coming through the car window as you drive aren’t boosting your levels of D.

X-plosive Growth

Steve Holman

X-plosive Growth

Q: I just got The Ultimate Mass Workout e-book, and I have a question: In the programs that call for two sets on the ultimate exercises, should I reduce the weight on my second set or use the same weight? I read in one of your other e-books I got from www
.X-Rep.com that on the second set of a midrange exercise you should reduce the weight 30 percent and do explosive reps and really go slow on the negatives. I tried it at my last chest workout, and my chest got so sore, I could have cried.

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