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Big Ramy | Mr. Olympia 2016

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Big Ramy | Mr. Olympia 2016

An individual of which we speak today is Big Ramy. His real name is not important. We all know him as Big Ramy.

Big Ramy is actually one of the biggest surprises in recent years in bodybuilding.

He came out of nowhere and made a show at the Arnold Classic and New York Pro. where he won and defeated the very big names.

One of the greatest genetic potential in history, something like Ronnie Coleman , because he is simply with only a few years of training grows like a mushroom.

Advances incredibly fast. Its structure is genetically massive.

Big Ramy, is not yet on the Mr. Olympia appeared in his true perfect shape, has not been in the maximum form in which he would definitely be Mr. Olympia.

He’s still very young, is 30 years old. So that he can still make progress and there is room for even a lot of progress and a lot to do in bodybuidling.

His legs are something incredible, his back was something incredible, he did not look like an amateur anything other than what now seems, was a little smaller.

When we look at the last photo of a few weeks old, he now looks better than it looked in every competition so far.

We hope that the Big Ramy on this Mr. Olympia in 2016 will do something great, would love to see him in the first top 3 and would like to finally have Mr. Olympia who fully deserves this title.

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Training once a week: Science confirmed Mike Mentzer’s method

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Training once a week: Science confirmed Mike Mentzer’s method

The legendary Mike Mentzer, one of bodybuilding icon whose methodology training for decades attracted enormous public attention and which was the subject of endless debate. This giant is, in fact, found that almost all bodybuilders have a problem with overtraining, but during the week practicing far less time, while also winning some of the biggest prizes in the sport.
The man who is the first in history had won a competition with the maximum number of points, which in 1978 won the title of Mr. Universe and win the heavyweight Mr. Olympia.

Mentzer’s approach to training is quickly made him even more popular, and has gained thousands of followers to years later their number substantially reduced, because of its drastic reduction of muscle mass, and especially after he left this world too early, in the 49th year life.

His training was brutal, maximum intensity, in which each repetition performed slowly and completely correct. The exercises were performed to the limit, and it is considered that for achieving maximum stimulation of each muscle group separately, it is ideal to exercise 20 to 30 minutes. After such training he rested four days, however, or even up to 7 days to the next.

Although his approach lost a lot of popularity, now the last scientific study has proved that he was right.

Scientific research that included 70 healthy adults, which were then divided into two age groups, clarified is what this is all about.

In the first group were persons aged 20-35 years, while in the second the elderly from 60 to 75 years. During the first phase of the research, which lasted 16 weeks, both groups had three endurance training per week. After that, divided into three groups. The participants of the first group were totally stopped exercising, others have reduced the number of weekly training from three to one, while the third group of participants also reduce the number of training from three to one, but at the same time reduce the number of sets for each muscle group from three to one.

The results showed that the legendary Mentzer found a good approach. In other words, a group of older exercisers, no one has managed to maintain the same muscle mass than before reducing the number of training from three to one, with younger trainees was completely different situation. Both groups whose participants reduce the number of training from 3 to 1, and the number of sets of 3 to 1, the survey are completed with the same outcome, that muscle mass was held still.

However, the measurements after the completion of the entire process of research there was one key difference – with members of the group of young trainees who have reduced the number of weekly training, but who at the same time maintain a complete range of training and have not reduced the number of series, recorded an increase in muscle mass!

It was also the best answer to the question whether the methods Mike Mentzer really has an effect.

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What do girls think about guys who skip leg day? | Video

What do girls think about guys who skip leg day


Widespread shoulders, strong arms, flat stomach with a “chiseled” muscles, it really are the most attractive attributes for which the ladies sigh.

If the legs remained undeveloped, and the upper half of the body perfect, just one look at the “chicken legs” casts a shadow on all done and the whole body shape unfortunately becomes ridiculous.

Clearly, they said, the girls examined by the editors Spotmebro magazine, after they were shown photos of semi-developed young men who apparently skipped day of training legs.

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Classic Physique, the future of bodybuilding? | IFBB New York Pro

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While some with sadness and sorrow in their eyes watching old photos of Frank Zane, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Franco Columbua and other greats, comparing them to those on what is today’s bodybuilding fallen, others try to find a way to restore the lost beauty of the construction of the human body.

Indeed, if we left in chronological order by analyzing the winner of the Mr. Olympia, as the best of the best in the world, could easily come to the conclusion that what was considered a perfect human body, began to die out after 1992 and the massive victory of Dorian Yates.

This was recognized by the organizers of big events, which will this year at the largest gathering repertoire include the category Classic Physique, which aims precisely at such – the legendary appearance of the body.

Category that is already attracting a lot of attention, and that its beauty could largely take away the attention of the standard bodybuilding heavyweight.

In this light, we present an overview of participants at one of the first major competition PRO Men’s Classic Physique category, which will happen on stage in 2016 IFBB New York Pro.

At the competition, the nine names registered with PRO licenses, and they are: Axel Alvarez Jr., Omar Bautista, R. D. Caldwell Jr., Darren Charles, Devon Lindner, Arash Rahbar, Sharif Reid, Ani Saliasi, Russell Waheed. How to look, you can check the photo gallery below.

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Big Weights | Legs Quotes | Bodybuilding motivation

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Big Weights | Legs Quotes | Bodybuilding motivation

LIFT the biggest weight with YOUR LEGS and your heviest burden on YOUR KNEES.
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Never skip leg day | Bodybuilding quotes


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Never skip leg day | Bodybuilding quotes

When you have one of those days when you feel a big weight on your shoulders DO SQUATS.
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Best Workout For Abs


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Best Workout For Abs

Try this classic workout for abs. You can combine with the training of other muscle groups.

Decline sit ups 3 x 15

abs 1

Classic workout for abs (crunches) 3 x 20

abs 2

 

Roman Chair Sit Ups 4 x 10

abs 3

Hanging Leg Raises 3 x 15

abs 4

Incline Reverse crunch 3 x 10

abs 5

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Kai Greene Leg Workout | Workout Basic Routine | Awesome Body


Kai Greene Leg Workout

Kai Greene Leg Workout

Kai’s workouts change all the time, but here’s a more basic workout that we’ve seen him do a few times:

1. Lying Leg Curls: 4 sets x 15-20 reps
2. Standing One-leg Curls: 4 sets x 12-15 reps
3. Stiff-leg Deadlifts: 4 sets x 15-20 reps
4. Walking Lunges: 3 sets x approximately 40 yards
5. Leg Extensions: 4 sets x 20, 15, 12, 12 reps
6. Squats: 4 sets x 20, 15, 12, 12 reps
7. Leg Press: 4 sets x 15-20 reps

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