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Bodybuilding.com - How Strict Should Your Exercise Form Be?

Bodybuilding.com - How Strict Should Your Exercise Form Be? | body building | Scoop.it
Ever wondered how much form effects your everyday exercises? Find out what you can do to perfect your exercise form!
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If you are having pain while lifting, then your technique is bad! Here are a few examples of the best lifts for you, and how you can correct them. 

 

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What to Eat Before, During and After Exercise

What to Eat Before, During and After Exercise | body building | Scoop.it
Which foods are best for fitness activities, and which should you avoid? With so many sports drinks, bars, powders, and supplements to choose from, how do you know which are best? Expert Christine Rosenbloom, PhD, answers these and other questions about eating for fitness.
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Here is an article that states what to eat before/after workouts. This article tells multiple was to eat in order to accomplish different body types.

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Dindi Prasta's comment, April 9, 2014 1:00 PM
Very useful for me. Thanks for sharing.
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Top 10 Pre Workout Supplements for Men 2013

Top 10 Pre Workout Supplements for Men 2013 | body building | Scoop.it
This is the Official List of the Best Pre Workout Supplements If you’re looking for a pre workout supplement with a proven track record, then you’ve come to the right place. For our rankings, we steer clear from all the hype and blown-up fishing...
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Pre workout is necessary if you wanna make some gains! Here is a list with the contents of each supplement.  

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The Top 10 Mistakes People Make In The Gym | Presidio Fitness

The Top 10 Mistakes People Make In The Gym | Presidio Fitness | body building | Scoop.it
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Here is a list telling you what NOT to do in the gym. It tells you what is wrong when going to the gym and it gives a great explanation of why it is wrong.

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Caleb Scott's comment, April 9, 2014 1:38 PM
Thanks Jay this is super helpful! Do you ever see people at the gym doing these things?
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Bodybuilding.com - Top 5 Mass Building Exercises!

Bodybuilding.com - Top 5 Mass Building Exercises! | body building | Scoop.it
I can't tell you how many times people have asked me for the best exercises to do in the gym to get big. Well, before I go any further, listen up. I'm going to tell you five exercises that have great potential for helping you build muscle.
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Here is five of the best exercises for you if you wish to build mass. This article thoroughly explains each exercise and how to do them properly.   

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Muscle Gain: Free Weights vs. Machines

Muscle Gain: Free Weights vs. Machines A lot of people debate about which one is effective when it comes to exercising and producing muscles. They often debate whether machines are more effective or free weights. Basically, barbells and free weights are classified as free weights. On the other... http://reviews2.info/muscle-gain-free-weights-vs-machines


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If you intend on building muscle you must read this! This article will explain why it is important to use free weights over machines!

 

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Amanda Waugh's comment, April 7, 2014 3:22 PM
This is good to know so you can get the most out of your workouts!
Joshua Edwin Behning's comment, April 7, 2014 3:23 PM
This is exactly what my coaches have been tell me at PR sense I have started lifting and it was good to from a 3rd party that what I am doing is the most beneficial form of lifting.
Kevin Lynch's comment, April 7, 2014 3:33 PM
If I am correct, using machines is like riding a bike with training wheels. When you use free weights, you take away the training wheels and use more effort to perform the lift. Essentially, using free weights is more beneficial than machines like how riding a bike is more beneficial without the training wheels. Am I right?