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5 Awesome Benefits Of Having A Home Gym

On November 21, 2014 by Matthew Chan

Here are 5 reasons why having a home gym is the best investment you can ever make in your entire life!

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Top 5 Bulking Foods That Build Muscle

On October 29, 2014 by Matthew Chan

I see it all the time: skinny guys carrying around tupperware filled with rice and chicken--and sometimes, with rice only--and other times, just vegetables, in an attempt to bulk up and gain some muscle. Despite hitting the gym regularly and sticking to their strict diet, they can't seem to gain weight. Here are my top 5 bulking foods that will pack on muscle fast!

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Old Time Strongman Training Methods

On January 24, 2014 by Matthew Chan

Some insight on how old time strongmen trained to achieve their legendary physiques and strength!

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Old Time Strongman Diets

On January 13, 2014 by Matthew Chan

Some insight on how old time strongmen ate to achieve their legendary physiques and strength!

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Do You Even Bent Press? (Why And How You Should)

On January 10, 2014 by Physical Culturist

DID YOU KNOW: When it comes to overhead pressing, you can support more weight on one arm than you can with two? One way to do this is by performing the Bent Press! Here's WHY and HOW you should include this forgotten lift into your training!

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The Squat: The Universal Movement

On November 9, 2013 by Matthew Chan

The Squat is a universal movement that all physical art forms share in one form or another. Various forms of the squat are used in martial arts, combat, dancing, yoga, qigong, gymnastics, aerobics,...

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