Man Health

THE SECRET TO HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING

When you hear ‘high intensity training’ what are the first words that come to mind? Terrifying? Daunting? No thank you? When you hear “high intensity training” what are the first words that come to mind? Terrifying? Daunting? No thank you? What if I told you that you could complete a full body strength workout to complete exhaustion using high intensity ...

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Disruption of daily rhythms linked to mental health problems

People who experience disrupted 24-hour cycles of rest and activity are more likely to have mood disorders, lower levels of happiness and greater feelings of loneliness, research suggests. While the study does not reveal whether disruptions to circadian rhythms are a cause of mental health problems, a result of them or some mixture of the two, the authors say the ...

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The New Rules of Specialization: How to Add Muscle Mass

Building muscle doesn’t just “happen.”You must force growth by using thisproven technique that will addsize to any stalled workout program. Beginnings suck. Sure they are exciting — in theory — but learning a new skill or practicing a new habit can be incredibly frustrating. With time, practice, and lots of effort, you see rapid improvements and rewards for your relentlessness. When it ...

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The Fat Loss Formula for Any Age: The David Musikanth Story

One can spend a lot of time and bandwidth extolling the physical benefits of smart eating and exercising. Weight loss! More energy! Better sex! Heavy duty selling points, all. But what if you look beyond lifestyle? Can a new way of looking at diet plans and eating, a new fat loss formula, along with a new way of exercising make a ...

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The Evolution of the Biceps Workout

I’ve been writing articles about how to build bigger arms for 15 years. Besides abs, a better biceps workout is typically a weekly request, which is why I have a big confession to make: I was wrong. For years, I was sucked into the idea of “you don’t need curls to build bigger arms.” That meant my workout plans cut out all direct ...

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Spot Reduction and Stubborn Fat Loss

Spot reduction. Stubborn fat loss. Bad genetics. Use whatever label you want, it’s undeniable that everyone has “trouble areas” that oftentimes make weight loss diets and fat loss workouts appear ineffective. And while myths like “crunches shrink your waist” have been proven inaccurate (or maybe more the result of wishful thinking), it’s hard to deny that fat does seem to ...

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How to Master the Art of “Old School” Muscle Building

The movie industry has provided many indispensable lessons, but among the most important is a simple truth: nothing beats the classics. After all, many of today’s best movies are remakes from those that succeeded in the past or sequels to great concepts that everyone enjoyed. So what does this have to do with muscle building? In an age where the ...

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Rethinking Arm Workouts

I’ve been writing articles about arm workouts for 15 years. Besides abs, there’s no trait that guys desire more than muscle biceps and defined triceps, which is why I have a big confession to make: I wish I shut up and learned a little more before writing many of my earlier articles. For years, I was pulled in one extreme ...

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No Hype, Just Results: The Foundation of Effective Workout Plans

I’ve been transforming bodies since I was 18, which means I’ve been doing this more than 15 years. In that time, I’ve seemingly made every mistake possible. Following bad workouts, training too much and then too little. Crazy on metabolic conditioning, anti-cardio, anti-biceps curls…the list goes on and on. I seemingly did everything but create effective workout plans. There were ...

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Better Posture, Injury Prevention, and Building the V-Taper

Like any great machine, your body works in a series of checks and balances. Overwork one area and you’ll have to spread the love to the rest of your body at some point; unless you don’t care about injury prevention or looking imbalanced. Sure, you try to work your entire body. And you use a wide variety of movements. But there’s always ...

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