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Roelly Winklaar | Mr. Olympia 2016

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Roelly Winklaar | Mr. Olympia 2016

Roelly Winklaar, what adorns this bodybuilder is a pair of hands that are very rarely seen. Not only because of the size , but also details on these hands.

Last year he was in good shape, but his stomach jumped out, which was not nice to see.

The last months of free time he spent in Kuwait.  Where he totally devoted to bodybuilding. He eats, sleeps and trains. The progress of the last year it’s unbelievable, he appeared with 15kg more ..

The scar on his stomach, that everyone’s talking about, not by reducing the stomach, he had a car accident.

This year was the massiveness killed his aesthetics. How much he has grown it’s unbelievable.

Did he would be Mr. Olympia, it will be very difficult. He’s a very quiet guy does not give interviews. What will he do this year, it remains to be seen.

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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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Obstacles exist only in the mind: A young man with Down syndrome has become a bodybuilder

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Obstacles exist only in the mind: A young man with Down syndrome has become a bodybuilder

Collin Clarke from Indiana in the United States has always wanted to be a bodybuilder. This 22-year-old suffers from Down’s syndrome, a condition which is often accompanied by hypotonia, ie. Reduced muscle tone, which can result in the reduction of muscle mass and strength.

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However, regardless of their condition, Clarke last year worked hard with his coach, bodybuilders Glenn Ubelhor, and in that period lost as much as 27 kg of fat.

“I feel great! I’m so happy when I practice, I am building my body and this is what I wanted to do since I was a boy. Bodybuilding is my passion, I watched Glenn and other bodybuilders who have inspired me to train more intensively and do more. Never give up, always try harder and give it your best! “says this young man.

Down syndrome is a genetic disorder with characteristic expression that causes lifelong mental retardation, developmental delay and other problems.

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GUSTAVO BADELL | Bodybuilding Motivation | VIDEO

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Debut season as IFBB Pro: 1998 German Grand Prix, the ninth place
The best placement of the Mr. Olympia: 2004-05, 3rd place

During the first 6 years of professional career, he competed 17 times. 9 times ended with no result or was below the 15 cities, only three times in the top 10. He was very massive and solid proportions, but he is constantly out in bad shape. Once he was in shape, and in 2002, took the 3rd place. That gave him entry into the Mr. Olympia that year, where he finished 24th out of 25 competitors. Painfully?

The following year he went only in one competition, where he also lost his placement. There would most of them threw the towel and give up, but he was finally in good shape and in the spring of 2004 finished seventh at the Arnold Classic. After that is done the biggest (positive) shock in his career, when in 2004 entered the top 3 at the Mr. Olympia, but also repeated a year later. Three times he finished in the top 10 in the competition, and in those years he won three titles in other competitions.

His incredible leap of 21 places compared to two consecutive Mr. O competition (24th place at once, 3rd place to the next) record that will probably never be broken.

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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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The first fitness equipment in the world | Old School Bodybuilding


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The first fitness equipment in the world | Old School Bodybuilding

The first fitness equipment in the world was invented by Dr. Gustav Zander in 1892.

Fitness was part of the daily lives of people not only today but also in the past, as evidenced we have black-and-white photos of the first fitness devices. We see that every machine is designed to train a specific part of the human body (like today’s machines).
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Dr. Gustav Zander was a Swedish therapist and orthopedic, who discovered the link between exercise and health.

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According to Zander muscle mass in the body needs to be accumulated gradually using the exercises that people have been doing for centuries.

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The oldest fitness device called “gymnastics” was invented in 1796. A few decades later Zander simplifies this device and makes it more convenient to use.

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Fitness machines are designed for the wealthy population in Sweden. 20-ies of XX century inventions of Dr. Gustav Zander had already spread across the United States.

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During the 70’s Arthur Jones invented the machine “Nautilus” which is “pumped” muscles more than machines that was originally created by Gustav Zander. Today, these machines are one of the best devices for training.

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Pictures from 1892 listed the invention are stored in the National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm.

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A few tips for a faster metabolism

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A few tips for a faster metabolism

In your body there is a personal trainer that all the forces trying to spend the calories and fat. He is called metabolism and reflects everything that your body is working. A fast metabolism means more calories burned. The more calories you burn, the easier it is to lose weight. Metabolism is very grateful. No further drastic changes in order to notice the results of his work. Regardless of genetics, age and gender, and continue to have great control over the metabolism …

When you wake up

Eat a good breakfast every day

If you do not do this, your body will come to the stage of starvation and will start paranoid conserve energy. A large breakfast is a healthy breakfast. People who skip breakfast have a 4.5 times higher risk of obesity

Drink Coffee

Coffee in the morning is great for your health. Caffeine will stimulate the work of the central nervous system, accelerate heartbeat and breathing. Basal metabolic rate is 16% higher for those who in the morning to drink caffeinated beverages. If you are not a fan of coffee, select another source of caffeine.

Drink a glass of cold water

Your body will expend more calories while it will heat the water. While these calories are not significant, the cold water will speed up your metabolism throughout the day, which for you means about 1 kilogram less per year.

When you are at work

Eat protein

Proteins must be included in every meal because it helps build muscle mass. Muscles consume more calories than fat, even in a resting stage. For lunch enter about 30 grams of protein, which means about half a cup of low-fat cheese and 110 grams of chicken breast.

Drink green tea

Green tea stimulates fat burning. One research has shown that regular consumption of green tea, for a period of 12 weeks, reduced body weight by 4.6%. For even better effect let green tea to soak in water for about 3 minutes.

Eat dairy products

Dairy products are an excellent afternoon snack. Choose calcium-fortified products. Calcium stimulates metabolism. If you are intolerant to lactose, enter other types of milk fortified with calcium. Calcium supplements do not have the same effect.

When you practice

Work interval training

Surely you are always trying to lose as little time to exercise. Therefore, alternately increase and decrease the intensity of exercise. The aim of the amendment is interval training high-intensity exercise, such as for example fast running, with lighter intensity exercises, such as walking slowly.

Strength exercises doing slowly

Strength exercises are much more effective if you tense muscles and count to three before them relax. Slow motion strength training increases muscle damage. Although it sounds bad, it’s what you need. While recovering muscles, your metabolism works faster for hours after the workout.

Drink fish oil

Fish oil and fish oil supplements will accelerate fat burning. Look for a supplement containing at least 300 mg of EPA fatty acids and 200 milligrams of DHA fatty acid. Take supplements 2 hours before exercise.

When you come home

Eat fish

Oily fish, such as salmon, tuna or sardines, contain omega-3 fatty acids that regulate appetite. They will speed up the process of sending signals of satiety brain and will also speed up the process of regeneration of muscle tissue after exercise.

Do not drink alcohol

Alcohol slows the metabolism. If you are going to drink at the end of a hard day, fat metabolism will spend as much as 73% slower. Skip the alcohol, and drink only water. Also, be careful with the intake of fluids so you do not have to interrupt sleep during the night because of urination.

Go to bed early

Your body is preparing to sleep for a long time after you go to bed. Too little sleep will disrupt the balance of hormones ghrelin and leptin, which regulates appetite and energy use. It has been shown that people who sleep less than 7 hours a day have an increased risk of obesity.

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The best supplements for strength for all athletes and bodybuilders

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The best supplements for strength for all athletes and bodybuilders

Whether your goal is to increase strength and muscle mass in this article we have chosen 8 supplements that will help you with that.

If you are a serious athlete, then you’ve probably heard that you supplements can help you improve your performance and get the most from your training. But what are the supplements? Today the market is crowded with so many brands of supplements and combinations of supplements, and the internet is full of bad and confusing information.

Luckily here we are to help and explain what to use, in what quantity, and when. If your goal is to increase your strength, muscle mass and performance, these are the supplements that you will use.

Creatine monohydrate

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This supplement stimulates muscle building, gives strength. Creatine supplementation works by increasing the availability of creatine and phosphocreatine (PCr) in the muscle and thus helps to maintain energy during intense training. Moreover, the greater availability of phosphocreatine will allow faster recovery between sets.

Long-term use of creatine improves endurance and leads to a 5-15% increase in power and performance.

Recommended dosage: The fastest way to increase the supply of creatine in muscle is to be followed by phase charging method where you are taking 20 grams of creatine per day for a period of 5-7 days, then continue with the maintenance phase of the 5 grams of creatine per day. However, it is not necessary to have a charging phase, because you will achieve the same effect that is constantly taking 5 grams per day for a period of 28 days.

Caffeine

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Caffeine is probably the most widely used stimulant ingredient in the world and it’s for a good reason. It has been shown that caffeine successfully improves physical performance and stamina during intense activity. But its impact on the force is still not fully understood.

While research shows that consumption of caffeine before a workout can increase your 1RM – the maximum legal weight that you can lift only once, other studies have indicated that there is no effect of caffeine on strength.

It has been shown that caffeine reduces fatigue, which can be useful during high-intensity workouts.

Recommended dosage: 150-300 mg 30-60 minutes before training.

Branched chain amino acids (BCAA)

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If you are an athlete or bodybuilder then it’s hard to think of any reason not to take BCAA’s during their training. In addition to having good taste, intake of BCAA between series can help to speed up the recovery process after a heavy workout.

A study published in 2010 in the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise found that participants who consumed the BCAA as 100 milligrams per kilogram of body weight are felt much less fatigue and muscle damage after intense training squats.

It seems that BCAA, in particular leucine promotes protein synthesis by preventing the degradation of the protein, which helps in the recovery of damaged muscles during and after exercise.

Recommended dosage: 6-10 grams before or during training.

Citrulline malate

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Citrulline Malate (CM) was originally characterized as a supplement for fatigue. If you traveled back in time 40 years is to see that the CM was administered to patients after surgery for the treatment of mental and physical fatigue. In recent years, citrulline malate has become popular as a product that improves performance.

The benefits of supplementation with citrulline malate is mostly attributed to the synergetic combination of L-citrulline malate and that can lead to an increase in ATP (adenosine triphosphate) during exercise and increase phosphocreatine during recovery after training.

Research has shown that a single dose of citrulline malate (8 grams) in subjects increased number of repetitions during the training of the upper body and reduce fatigue after training in the placebo subjects. Another study from the University of Mississippi found that a single dose of citrulline malate (8 grams) in the group of patients has increased significantly the number of repetitions for the exercise of the lower body compared to the placebo group subjects.

The recommended dose of 8 grams of citrulline malate 60 minuat before training.

NO boosters

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Foods rich in nitrates such as beets, radishes and pomegranate are a great way to encourage the production of nitric oxide (NO). Although there is limited research on the effects of beet juice and pomegranate extract on training, these ingredients shown increases muscle blood flow and reduce fatigue, which may eventually lead to improvements in power and performance.

Several studies have used beet juice or pomegranate extract in combination with other ingredients which demonstrated improvement in strength, hypertrophy and performance. At this point it is still difficult to determine whether it is the individual effects of these ingredients or these ingredients act synergistically with other components.

Recommended dosage: 500 milligrams of beet juice or pomegranate extract 30-60 minutes before training.

Whey protein

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Easy digesting protein like whey is the optimal supplement after a workout as it will help in muscle recovery after stressful training. It has been shown that consumption of whey protein better stimulate protein synthesis than do other types of proteins such as casein and soy.

Recent researches have shown that protein supplements over a longer period (longer than 6 weeks) with a workout in the gym can significantly increase muscle mass and strength.

The combination of proteins such as casein and whey, improves better demonstrated hypertrophy and body composition in comparison to the soy proteins when consumed after training.

The combination of fast and slow absorbing whey casein absorbent body is held in a potent anabolic environment for longer time, thus keeping the protein synthesis at a high level with minimal loss of muscle.

Trainees in the gym practicing high intensity workouts will benefit from intake of carbohydrates immediately after training. Carbohydrates combined with protein immediately after training and an hour later showed increased levels of insulin and glycogen resynthesis.

Recommended dosage: 20-30 grams of whey (or a combination of whey / casein) with a high glycemic index carbohydrates immediately after a workout.

Glutamine

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Although these non-essential amino acids may not lead to extreme muscle growth, it plays an extremely important role in muscle recovery after training. Glutamine works by removing excess ammonia that builds up during intense training and thereby maintains the balance in your body. Guys who do their heavy training, have two workouts a day or in a caloric deficit can benefit from supplementation with glutamine.

Recommended dosage: 20 to 30 grams per day, of which 10 grams after a workout.

Fish oil

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Fish oil is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, which is why there are a multitude of benefits for our body. For athletes and bodybuilders we are most interested in their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. The intensive training can cause micro-cracking of muscle fibers, and thus cause damage to the muscles and cause inflammation. While some types of inflammation is often desirable, however, excessive inflammation can lead to a difficult recovery.

Studies have shown that omega-3 fatty acids may help to reduce fatigue in the muscles after a workout and to speed up the recovery process. As an additional benefit, in combination with BCAA and carbohydrates, omega-3 may increase protein synthesis, which leads to greater muscle mass.

The recommended dose of 2 grams a day eating.

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How to calculate how many calories we need?

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How to calculate how many calories we need?

This article explains how to calculate the number of calories you need daily, whether you are at mass, definition, or to maintain a healthy weight.

To be able to calculate how many calories you need, you need two pieces of data.

The first is your basal metabolic rate (BMR, Basal Metabolic Rate) or a number that tells how your body consumes calories a day while at rest. BMR can be calculated using the following formula:

For men:
BMR = 66 + (13.7 * weight in kg.) + (5 * height in inches.) – (6.76 * year)

For women:
BMR = 655 + (9.6 * weight in kg.) + (1.8 * height in inches.) – (4.7 * years)

The second parameter is the amount of energy consumed by your physical activity (TDEE, Total Daily Energy Expenditure). Approximate value is calculated Lightest by choosing from the following list:

Most days you spend sitting (eg. No training with office systems):
Daily amount of calories to maintain weight = BMR * 1.2

Few active (eg. Light intensity exercise 1-3 times a week):
Daily amount of calories to maintain weight = BMR * 1.375

Moderately active (eg. Exercising 3-5 times a week, moderate intensity):
Daily amount of calories to maintain weight = BMR * 1.55

Active (eg. High intensity training 6-7 times a week):
Daily amount of calories to maintain weight = BMR * 1.725

Extremely active (eg. Daily exercise high intensity twice a day):
Daily amount of calories to maintain weight = BMR * 1.9

How many calories enter the weight?

When you’re at the weight you simply have to enter more than you spend, that is the figure calculated before you add 250 to 500 more calories.

How many calories enter the definition?

The daily amount of calories to maintain subtract 200 to 600 calories to start spending the energy stored in the fatty deposits. More than that is not healthy because except you will not have long-term consumption can harm the metabolism and health in general.

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