Posted on

Phil Heath Motivation | Gym Quotes

Phil-heath-gym-motivation-quotes


Phil-heath-gym-motivation-quotes

Phillip Heath Motivation | Gym Quotes

Phil Heath Motivation, LEAVE IT ALL IN THE GYM. Awesome bodybuilding motivational picture quote.
http://awesome-body.info

Posted on

Negativity Behind | Bodybuilding | Quotes

leave-all-negativity-behind-motivation-bodybuilding-quotes


leave-all-negativity-behind-motivation-bodybuilding-quotes

Negativity Behind | Bodybuilding | Quotes

Leave all negativity behind. Awesome Gym Motivational Quote.
http://awesome-body.info

Posted on

Baitollah Abbaspour immortality mark | Leave your mark behind

Baitollah Abbaspour immortality mark


Baitollah Abbaspour immortality mark
Baitollah Abbaspour immortality mark

Baitollah Abbaspour immortality mark | Leave your mark behind

Immortality is to
live your life
doing good
things, and
leaving your mark behind.

Posted on

Gym Quotes | Motivation | Bodybuilding facebook covers


leave-it-all-in-the-gym-facebook-covers-motivation-bodybuilding

Gym Quotes | Motivation | Bodybuilding facebook covers

Leave it all in the gym. Facebook cover with bodybuilding motivational quote.
http://awesome-body.info

Posted on

Lee Priest Quote | Bodybuilding Quotes


LEE-PRIEST

Lee Priest Quote | Bodybuilding Quotes

SHOW YOUR BODY WHO’S BOSS

Lee Priest is known for his brutal challenges where do the 20 or more series for one muscle group (the strategy used by Arnold Schwarzenegger), Lee does not leave any one muscle fiber intact.

http://awesome-body.info

 

 

Posted on

Bench Press tips to lift more | Fitness and Bodybuilding Expert


Bench Press tips to lift more | Fitness and Bodybuilding Expert

These 4 powerful little mental “tricks” could help you add an immediate 20% more to your bench press and break a new personal record!

Bench press power tip 1:

Focus on your body…not the bar!

When you’re benching, try to actually push your body away from the bar…not the bar away from your body.

This trick works for the same reason when doing pullups, you focus on pulling your elbows down.

Your brain sees the bar as an inanimate object outside of your control and it understands that the bar may “win”.

But your brain sees your body as an “ally” and “within your control”…

…and is much more confident in your strength when focusing on moving your body.

Bench press power tip 2

“Pull” The Bar Apart!

As you’re lifting the bar, try “pulling” it apart as if your hands were moving away from each other.

Your hands don’t actually move…you just want to grip hard and imagine “stretching” the bar longer.

This calls into play more “stabilizer muscles” to give you extra power in your upward movement.

Bench press power tip 3

Visualize The Bar Going up!

Do you know this “spotter” trick?

Whenever you’re spotting someone on the bench press and they’ve hit a sticking point, most of the time all you have to do is place 2 fingers under the bar and it magically seems to raise again.

No…you don’t have the world’s strongest fingers!

It’s simply a total mental “mind f’er” where the lifter “thinks” he’s getting help with the rep…but is actually doing it all on his own.

You can do this by yourself (or with a partner) just by visualizing the bar constantly moving upwards.

When you reach that sticking point, play a mental movie in your mind and vividly SEE the bar raising.

Your body will “believe” what you see and respond by making your “movie” a reality!

Bench press power tip 4

Look To Your Dominant Hand!

Another “sticking point” destroyer…

Once you reach the point where the bar stops its ascent and you think you’ve been defeated, look (without turning your head) toward your dominant hand (the one you write with).

This is yet another mental “trigger” for your brain to associate strength and power with what it perceives as your strongest assetts in your “bench press battle”.

Well, there you go!

Bring your brain to your next chest workout and load up a few extra plates because you’re guaranteed t leave your wimpy old record in the dust once you try these easy tips!

By The “Muscle Nerd” Jeff Anderson – fitness and bodybuilding expert and author of the Optimum Anabolics program