Are Chin-Ups A Natural Movement?

For years we've been told to avoid behind-the-neck pulldowns and pull-ups. They place a tremendous amount of stress on the shoulders when lifting a heavy load with the humeri abducted and in a position of maximum external rotation. It's a problem waiting to happen. Furthermore, it's not a natural movement. We're not really meant to pull things behind our head in that ...

Posted May 22, 2017

A Better Way To Stretch The Hamstrings

---> How do most people stretch their hamstrings? They throw their heel up onto a step or bench and then lean forward reaching for their toes. Research shows that there's a better way to increase hamstring flexibility. Here's how to do it: When it comes to static stretching, frequency of exposure is important. You must stretch daily, even multiple times a day, for a good ...

Posted May 16, 2017

How to Tighten Up Flabby Arms

If you truly want to attack the 3-headed muscle at the back of the arm, you need to use heavy artillery. The triceps contain a high percentage of type II muscle fibers (67.4%), and all 3 heads of the triceps are activated only when the resistance is high. After an adequate strength base is acquired, individuals who strive for symmetrical triceps should refrain from using ...

Posted May 15, 2017

Almonds Don't Have Breasts

Ages ago I learned a very important nutritional concept from a mentor and friend, Dr. Eric Serrano. According to Serrano, the best type of milk to consume is breast milk. It's what we're meant to drink. "Breast milk is highly nutritious," says the good doctor, "and it's nicely packaged!" To take this concept a step further, Serrano revealed a fascinating ...

Posted May 8, 2017

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