Muscle “In” Sites

Eric Broser’s

Muscle “In” Sites

www.AndyHaman.com

 Andy Haman is an unusual IFBB professional bodybuilder—he earned his pro card at age 41. That’s right: After 20 years of hard training, Andy started competing about two years ago. He earned a string of impressive victories in local and state shows and hit the big time with a win at the Masters Nationals in ’07, which catapulted him into the pose-for-pay ranks. In fact, after a 14-year career teaching, as well as coaching wrestling and football, in the public school system, Andy retired specifically to pursue his dream of becoming a pro bodybuilder. That dream began many years earlier when Andy’s father permitted him and his older brother George to fill the basement with barbells, dumbbells and benches so that they could train to their heart’s content. And now, with the help and support of his children and loving wife, Michelle, Andy is ready to begin his “second life” as one of the world’s top professional bodybuilders.

High Reps vs. Low Reps

Jerry Brainum

High Reps vs. Low Reps

One reason muscle mass declines with age is that the various anabolic hormones, such as testosterone and growth hormone, decline, while the catabolic hormones—mainly cortisol—rise. You have two options for dealing with significant body changes like that. You can supplement the missing hormones, or you can exercise. Weight training can help maintain much of your anabolic hormone output.

Careful With Carrots?

Becky Holman

Careful With Carrots?

Carrots are often said to be bad for dieters because they’re high on the glycemic index. That depends, however, on how many carrots you eat. According to Rob Thompson, M.D., author of the Glycemic-Load Diet, you’d need to eat 30 raw carrots to get the same glucose shock as you’d get from one bagel.

www.X-tremeLean.com

Oral Hex

Jerry Brainum

Oral Hex

Most oral versions of anabolic steroids have the reputation of being toxic to the liver when taken in comparatively large doses or for extended times. A primary function of the liver is detoxifying substances the body takes in, and hormones are no exception. The liver quickly degrades oral testosterone to a water-soluble, inert form for excretion. To prevent rapid breakdown by the liver, scientists tweaked the basic testosterone structure.

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