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  • Workout Systems: Health for Life

      One of the most financially-successful series of books about resistance training were those published by Health for Life. Health for Life (HFL) was founded in 1981...
  • What You Must Know About Glute Training

      When most people think of glute training, they think of the gluteus maximus. This makes sense, as the glute max is not only the biggest muscle in the body but also one of ...
  • The Comeback Workout!

      One of the most popular topics in the fitness industry today is exercise adherence. You can have access to the best-equipped gym close to home, but often life gets...
  • Ab Rollout Progressions

      Give credit to Nautilus Founder Arthur Jones for inventing his seated abdominal crunch machine in the 1970’s. Not only did this machine become incredibly popular, ...
  • 3 Arm Workouts that Work

    Anyone at any age is bound to do a few sets of curls when they enter a gym. Whether these exercises are performed with a barbell, dumbbell, or as part of an exercise machine ci...
  • Fast Fixes for Faulty Posture

      Improving posture is seldom at the top of anyone’s list for going to the gym, but perhaps it should be?   Florence P. Kendall, one of America’s most influent...
  • Getting Stronger without Getting Bigger

      For some, the more muscle they have, the better. A 19” arm just isn’t good enough for some men – they want to follow the inspiration of Mr. Olympia Sergio Oliva who sporte...
  • Glute Training Workouts that Work

      Seeing as how the glutes are the largest muscle group in the body and have numerous functions, it’s almost more difficult to find lower body exercises that don’t w...
  • Why Women Need To Lift Heavy

      As fitness has surged in popularity, more and more women are adding weight training to their routines. This is a game changer since weights can improve lean muscle...
  • What We Now Know About Glute Training

      While the arms, chest, and shoulders are often the focal point of men who lift weights, for women it’s the glutes. Glute training is also of interest to athletes t...

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