Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Three 'Little-Known' Muscle Building Tips Part 1

Vince Delmonte has started a great series of articles on little known muscle building techniques. These techniques include: 1. Body Weight Training, 2. Flip Your Program Upside Down Every 3 Weeks and 3. Spend More Time At The Grocery Store.

About body weight training he says: As far as I am concerned, if you can not work with your own body weight than you have no freaken business using external loading such as barbells and dumbbells.

The second technique he mentions is to flip your program upside down every 3 weeks. In otherwords according to Vince Consider that you have been training your chest shoulders and triceps every Monday. In you next phase, three weeks later, you should do the complete opposite. You will train your triceps, shoulders than chest on Friday. This will prevent plateaus because each muscle group will have an opportunity to train completely fresh.

The third technique that Vince mentions in this article sounds a little bit strange but it is spend more time at the grocery store. He is referring here to always having a good supply of healthy and nutritious food available in your kitchen in order to fuel your workouts.

For the complete article by Vince Delmonte go to here.

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