High Intensity Interval Cardio (HIIT) vs Low Intensity Steady State Cardio (LISS)

Low intensity steady state cardio or LISS can be defined as cardiovascular exercise such as jogging, walking, etc done for 30-60 minutes at a rate of 60% of the maximal heart rate. High intensity interval training or HIIT (not to be confused with HIT bodybuilding training) is doing an exercise (burpees or sprints) at a

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How To Gain Muscle & Lose Fat At The Same Time Naturally

This can occur primarily in two groups of people: the obese and overweight and the untrained (no previous weight lifting experience). Intermediate lifters can also accomplish it. It is also healthy if you are aiming primarily for weight loss to engage in lifting as it’ll preserve lean body mass or increase it. For Obese/Overweight Individuals

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Fasting Is The Best Way To Lose Fat & Keep Muscle

Nowadays being overweight or obese seems to be the norm. Everyone has a few extra pounds they’d like to trim. However, the idea of fasting for even a brief amount of time sounds “unhealthy” to most people. Especially the bodybuilding types (“I’ll lose my gains bro!”). You can live past 30 days without food and

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Mike Tyson’s Routine At Camp

4AM – Rise and shine! Tyson done long periods of stretching, before doing 10 interval sprints and 10 box jumps. 4.30AM – 3-4 mile run, followed by a mile-long walk. 5.30 AM – Shower and back to sleep 10 AM – Rise and shine once more! Tyson awoke to oatmeal for breakfast, accompanied by milk.

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Iron Addicts “My Top 10 Lifting Routines”

Someone asked me the other day that even though I trained people so many different ways I must have a favorite way to train. And I told them that I do have a favorite way to train myself, but not a favorite way to train everyone because everyone is quite different and there truly is

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Iron Addict’s Simple Power Based Routine

Here is a routine a LARGE percentage of the lifters here could make great gains doing. Monday Squat or box squat 2-3 x 5Glute/Ham Raises or pullthroughs 3 x 10Bent Row or Chest Supported row 4 x 6Barbell or Dumbbell Curl 3 x 8Calf Raises 3 x 15 Wednesday Bench Press or low board press

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Upper/Lower Split Powerbuilding Routine for Intermediate Lifers

This routine is for someone who has finished doing a 5×5 or Starting Strength style routine after 6 months and either has stopped progressing or wants to try a new routine. This routine is good for building both strength and mass. Monday – Lower Strength-focus Squat 3 x 4-6Deadlift 3 x 3-5Leg Press 3 x

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How to Use SARMs

1. RAD-140 RAD-140 is a SARM developed by Radius Health in 2010 as a treatment for osteoporosis and cancer patients to preserve muscle loss. It is also known by the generic name testolone. The dosage is 20-30 mg on a daily basis for a duration of 12 weeks. After using I recommend a small post

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SARMs vs Steroids

SARMs or selective androgen receptor modulators have been posed as a safer alternative to steroids. SARMs were originally created to preserve muscle mass in patients with terminal illnesses or other illnesses without the side effects of anabolic steroids. It wasn’t long before people started seeing how that could be applied to athletics and bodybuilding. People

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