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Abs are made in the kitchen not in the gym, you could have the best training program of all time, but if your diet sucks, so will your abs, In fact, diet is responsible for about 90% of your results. The secret to six pack abs is not locked in a supplement or found in an ab workout. Read more
5 secrets of ripped abs
by Petr Rehacek

October 14th 11:00 am I walked on stage and we started posing. It was juniors bodybuilding category. I was in the first call out. It meant I was in the finals. When they told me that I placed second I could not believe it. I was happy like never before. Read more
Sizeandsymmetry Science
by Martin Manovsky

Seated arm curls. Standing arm curls. This is what arm curls exercise stand for. It’s not a secret if I let you know that we can do much more to our workout routine to make it more fun and entertaining. Here are 5 arm curls routines for bigger biceps! Read more
Sizeandsymmetry Science
by Akos Horvath

As a professional athlete, competing in the category of Classic Bodybuilding, it is immensely important to have strong and highly developed quadriceps, to stand out in the line up. I will show my quadriceps workout and will explain how to train them the best possible way. Read more
Sizeandsymmetry Science
by Maximilian Felsch

I would like to share my knowledge about gaining muscles and how to successfully gain of muscles with a minimizing of gaining fat. I will show you how I do this. This should be seen as an inspiration how to start with your gaining phase. Read more
Sizeandsymmetry Science
by Martin Manovsky

I think it is no surprise that almost 90% people in the gym do low intensity trainings, at least what I observed. In bodybuilding »High Intensity« is the key to success. You are not a powerlifter, but a bodybuilder. You have to stress your muscles as much as possible. Read more
Sizeandsymmetry Science
by Martin Manovsky

The importance of sleep for athletes
by Jens Riester


Sleep occurs in a recurring cycle. The quality and amount of sleep does have a large impact on sports performance. This article will show you the importance of sleep to perform better in the gym and gain more muscles. Let’s start how sleep works.

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Breakfast ideas for lean bulking
by Jan Tyrk


Running out of breakfast ideas? 

Try these recipes! 4 examples of easy-to-prepare breakfast. Good for bulking, lean bulking and getting shredded! I use them each morning and I got quite addicted.

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Mindblowing muscle pumps
by Sizeandsymmetry


Sizeandsymmetry Impact III is an enhanced, pre-workout N.O. Booster, featuring a powerful vasodilation-matric of 3+1 active agents: L-Arginine (AKG), L-Citrulline, Beta Alanine and Creatine Monohydrate.

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Wide shoulders signify strength and do characterize the image of the powerful male physique. Shoulders do shape the overall appearance of the v-shaped figure and do highlight a tiny waist. Shoulder muscles are also called deltoid muscles or delts. They make a significant impact, which can’t be hidden. So, we shouldn’t take them lightly. Read more…
Vitamin B12
Impact, Form, Dose & Side Effects
by David Rieger
Hardcore Legs
Hard And Pumping Leg Exercises
by Pavel Koukal
3 Steps To Success
The 100% Bodybuilding Lifestyle
by Kevin Knapp

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