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Warm Up Every Damn Day

Warm Up Every Damn Day

Key points: Do your warm-up every day to battle “sticky” movement patterns from a sedentary lifestyle. Focus on improving mobility, then reinforcing movement with activation for stability. Movement empowers action. Move daily…or die early. Your choice! In a rush? Grab the Warm Up Every Day Cheat Sheet <<<=== Click Here Performing a simple warm-up daily is the key restoring mobility, wiping… Keep Reading

Build Muscle Faster With Smart Supersets

You want to build muscle, get strong as an ox, make moves like Michael and have the conditioning of an ultra marathoner. You want a brag-worthy squat and deadlift, beefy shoulders, and a ripped six-pack. Who doesn’t? But how do you get there, taking into account family and work obligations? Time is precious. With life vying for your attention, how… Keep Reading

The Top Ten Business Mistakes Personal Trainers Make (And How To Avoid Them)

By Eric Bach, CSCS is a personal trainer, author, and fitness business coach in Denver, Colorado. Eric’s passion is on simplifying the process of building an online fitness business and helping trainers overcome information overload to a build a successful fitness brand. For free marketing, sales, and content tips join the Bach Performance Hybrid Fitness Business Community here.  If only I knew then,… Keep Reading

Gear Guide: All About Knee Sleeves

Knee sleeves protect the knees from injuries and promote better circulation, among other benefits. But do you really need them? What are the pros and cons? If you do decide to wear knee sleeves, which ones are best? Paul Vanhyken of Rigor Fitness has researched the topic extensively for his own blog. ^^^Click above for full details, including ultra-nerdy charts!… Keep Reading

Three Hardgainer Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

It’s time to escape Hardgainer Hell and Discover How You Can FINALLY Have the Muscular, Sculpted And Athletic Body you’ve been working for… WITHOUT Living at the Gym or Ridiculous Diets.” Join the Minimalist Muscle Course, On sale today.   When it comes to building muscle, information overload is surefire way to fail. Real results require you to differentiate good information… Keep Reading

Six Reliable Diet Tweaks for Frustrated Hardgainers

Many people struggle to build strength and muscle. And for most, an important part of the solution is simple: eat more. But simple doesn’t necessarily mean easy, especially for the classic hardgainer. You know the type. Hell, you might be one. Hardgainers are long-limbed, narrow jointed guys, wired to the gills like they’ve guzzled down three scoops of pre-workout protein.… Keep Reading

Five Guaranteed Ways to Build More Muscle

We fall prey to the endless onslaught of fitness marketing and its big promises.  Add three inches to your arms in four weeks. Go from keg to six-pack in eight weeks. If it all sounds too good to be true, it is. Slick marketing would have you believe that lookin’ better naked is instantly attainable with another scoop of protein… Keep Reading

Build Muscle Fast: Top 3 Training Splits For Busy Guys

Finally, you have the perfect plan. And a diet that makes sense. You’re geared up and ready to roll. This is the time for you to go all in, get serious in the gym, and get back in shape. Then, WHAM. Like a blind side hit from a linebacker, life gets insane. Your 45-hour weeks turn into 70 hour weeks.… Keep Reading

Fitness Training Simplified to 100 Words

Quality > Quantity First: sprint, jump, and throw. Then: clean, snatch, jerk, squat, deadlift, bench, and row. Pull:Push ratio of 3:1. Write down your damn workouts. (Because without progressive overload, nothing matters.)   Pretend there are no machines. They aren’t necessary. Persevere. Stick to programs 4-6 weeks, minimum. Strength is your foundation. It supports your empire of biceps and traps.… Keep Reading

Build Big Biceps Without Curls

Ever since I was a kid, I’d wanted big biceps. From Arnold bustin’ out of his camo in Predator and Scott Steiner kissing his biceps on WCW, big arms said it all. They were a staple of having a strong, bad ass body. Guns. Pythons. Pipes. Whatever you wanted to call them, I wanted them. Fifteen years later, the fact… Keep Reading

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