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Motivational Fitness Pictures
Stay motivated with these fitness pictures and quotes!
The 29 Hardest Abs Exercises Slideshow
We get it. You want lean body. And while no single exercise will ever flatten your belly or give you a six-pack (you need to adjust your diet for that), there are ways to work your abs even harder so that as you lose fat, you uncover a hard body. We ...
The Spartacus Workout
The Spartacus Workout is a high-intensity circuit designed to torch fat, define your chest, abs, and arms, and send your fitness level soaring. You'll sculpt a lean, athletic-looking body—and be in the best shape of your life.
Designing a Resistance Training Program - McKinley Health...
The first step to designing a resistance training program is establishing your fitness goal. The type and number of exercises, as well as the number of sets and repetitions will differ based on your fitness goal.
Bodybuilding.com - 25 Tips For More Muscle And Superstrength!...
Apply these concepts to outgrow your clothes and break your lifting records.
15 Signs You've Worked Out Pretty Hard
Top 20 Bodyweight Exercises for Building Muscle & Strength...
Bodyweight exercises need to be part of your program if you want to get jacked. But not just pushups, sit ups and high rep calisthenics. That's beginner stuff that won't build any real muscle. We're talking about really working hard on high tensio...
Burn Fat for Tight Abs
This four-week workout from Men's Health with help you burn fat for tight abs.
50 Fitness Facts You Need to Know
Here are 50 fitness facts and words to live by. These thoughts will change the way you think about your fitness lifestyle. Fitness Facts Carbohydrates, protein, fat, and alcohol have 4, 4, 9, a
Top 10 Power Meals Every Man Should Be Able To Make
Break out of your usual dietary routine with some orange-marinated pork tenderloin.
10 Standards to Assess Your Fitness Level
The 10 things every man must be able to do before he stamps himself
Work Out Alone
In order to better address the needs of our fitness-obsessed readers, we are introducing this semi-regular column, "I of the Tiger," to address vital hardcore fitness issues of our time.