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  • How To Remove Calluses and Prevent Tears

    By Eugene Tsai | In Training | on August 20, 2015

    If you’ve been following a lifting program for even a short amount of time, it’s likely you’ve started developing calluses on your hands. This is an accepted part of the process for most seasoned lifters, but they do start to become an issue if they hurt whilst lifting, or if the calluses tear and bleed. […]

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  • Baking With Whey Protein Powder | A Beginners’ Guide

    By Nicky Royle | In Nutrition | on August 18, 2015

    Protein baking is a great way to not only get more protein into your diet, but also cure cravings for unhealthier alternatives and aid your training by simply thinking outside of the shake. A lot of people are put off trying out protein baking because the first few attempts can turn out as disasters if […]

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  • What Not To Eat On A Low-Carb Diet

    By Apoorv Kumar Upadhyay | In Nutrition | on August 18, 2015

    Carbohydrates are always thought as bad food. The main importance of carbs is to refill the glycogen stores and give the body the energy required for functioning properly – the body uses carbohydrates as the first fuel type. The big issue is that the majority of people eat a lot of carbs and usually they […]

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  • How much time have you spent in the gym trying out various Get Huge training programs made for everybody, but haven’t had the results you expected? Every body is different, so every body will need different way of training adjusted for it. It actually comes down to picking a template and adjusting it. To successfully […]

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  • Vitamin B | What It Does & The Best Sources

    By Apoorv Kumar Upadhyay | In Supplements | on August 17, 2015

    B Vitamins are a collection of eight different types of Vitamins namely B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9 & B12. In medical terms, Vitamin B refers to all existing individual vitamins collectively. If a food or supplement contain all the B vitamins, it is referred as Vitamin B complex. Vitamin B is water soluble […]

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  • Static Stretching | Is It Really Beneficial?

    By Caleb Farris | In Training | on August 17, 2015

    Do you stretch before you exercise or workout? Is there a benefit from stretching or is it a misconceived activity? Many people stretch because that is just what they have always done. Their coaches would lead them through stretching routines before practice and before games to prevent injury and so they would be at the […]

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  • 4 Ways To Build An Athletic Physique

    By Matt Dustin | In Training | on August 16, 2015

    Do you ever watch elite athletes and wonder what you can learn from the way they train? Maybe you’re tired of the bodybuilding grind — the long walks on the treadmill, following the same split routine for weeks on end. Or maybe you used to play sports in high school or college, and you wonder […]

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  • Trap City | 3 Exercises to Build the Lower Trapezius

    By Jared Mullendore | In Training | on August 15, 2015

    The lower traps are one of the most important muscles on your back, as it is important for shoulder function due to its mobility and and posturing of the scapula. Lower trapezius activity is typically low for angles less than 90 degrees for adduction, abduction, and flexion. The activity increases after 90 degrees to 180 […]

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