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World’s Most Famous Bodybuilder Wants to Cut Down on Meat

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by Steve Huff At the height of his bodybuilding career, former California governor, actor, and fitness legend Arnold Schwarzenegger once consumed 250 grams of protein daily—eggs, bacon, whole milk and good old-fashioned beef. “If you gave me a 10-ounce steak,” he told Bodybuilding.com, “Even in my heyday, I was happy.” These …

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Super Foods That Transform Your Life

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Super foods are a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being. Super foods are found all over the world, but are commonly consumed in areas where people live well into old age. We know about most of them, like nuts, blueberries and salmon, but there are …

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Training Tuesday – Cycling’s Crucible

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by Paul Kix On the Sunday afternoon when he should be resting, Jeremy Powers instead takes the road to the left, and soon his bike hums over the gently sloped lane, the stunning, but foreboding forests crowding the path, and humidity curdling the air, until he sees the pavement rise …

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For The Love Of Money – Floyd Mayweather

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by Michael Kaplan Floyd Mayweather may have left boxing, but his presence still looms large over Las Vegas. Parking valets covet the $100 bills he gives them to ensure they look after his R53 million Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. Faces of casino bosses light up as Mayweather commandeers a …

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Training Tuesday – Keeping Nutrition Right In Winter

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by Tasha Pienaar If you are reading this, I sincerely hope you are not curled up in ball, with medication, waiting to be admitted to hospital while your significant other tells you to “grow some balls.” Apparently man flu is a real thing – when are the scientists going to …

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Training Triceps Tuesday – Kickbacks and Crushers

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There is something about that horseshoe shape on the back of a guy’s arm that sends the ladies into a spin – similar to that of a Great White Shark feeding frenzy. They swoon, and want to touch, and are all of sudden asking about your family medical history. The …

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Training Tuesday – Soldier like Soldier Boy

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Getting inside the cage is the easy part, or so many professional fighters will tell you. What gets you there and 100% ready for your opponent is the part that sucks, the strength and conditioning. This is a truly brutal series of taxing exercises that’s likely to seem endless if …

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Training Tuesday: Biceps – Short Head For Long Gains

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Targeting a lagging body part is as easy as devoting a few more exercises to it. If your upper pecs are weak, simply do a few more incline bench presses. Got weak middle delts? Add some lateral raises, and overhead shoulder presses. Poor quad development? Front squats, sissy squats, and …

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