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Tips to Use Stall Bars for Strength Training

Stall bars, aka Swedish bars, should be part of your strength training equipment. While they are used in gymnastics, you can also use them for strength training. As a matter of fact, stall bars can be effectively used for muscle development and increase flexibility in your body. Let's know you can use them. According to…

How Much Protein Do I Really Need?

If you're not exercising regularly, the answer to how much protein you need is pretty simple: Government recommended levels are more than adequate - around 0.3-0.4 grams per pound of bodyweight. However, if you're lifting weights, running, cycling (or taking part in any kind of physical activity, for that matter) you should probably up your…

5 Smart Workout Tips for Beginners

We requested our fitness experts to put together a compact list of do's and don'ts for every beginner to follow. So for those of you who have taken that healthy decision to get off the couch and start exercising, we say, Bravo! You have taken the first step towards a healthy mind, body and spirit.…

Common Mistakes in Powerlifting

Every powerlifter belongs to a particular division, the basis for this classification is based on the lifter's level of experience, body weight, and age. Other subdivisions are "geared" and "raw" powerlifters, this shows whether the lifter is making use of a support gear or not during the competition. Powerlifting competitions take the most part of…

Max Gains Probiotica: Does It Regulate Cholesterol Effectively?

Max Gains Probiotica claims that it does proper justice to the name of this probiotic supplement. It maximizes the intake of essential nutrients in your body to improve general health, regulate level of blood sugar and the level of cholesterol. This dietary supplement also provides all muscle building requirements but dos not cause any harm…

How Weightlifting Belts Work And What Weightlifting Belt to Choose

A weightlifting belt primarily supports your abs, not (directly) your back. It sounds back, but here's why: the belt acts like a second set of abs to prepare your entire body to lift heavy loads. To brace yourself for those super heavy lifts you've taken a deep belly breath and hold it, a method of…