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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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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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Arnold Golden Six Workout Routine | Muscular physique Tips


Arnold Golden Six Routine

The ‘Golden Six’ was a programme is based around six key exercises .According to Arnold he made “remarkable” gains on.

Austrian Oak built his impressive foundation on full-body workouts such as Park’s ‘Beginner 5×5 routine and his own ‘Golden Six’

I found out everything I could about Reg Park. I bought all the magazines that published his programs. I learned how he started training, what he ate, how he lived, and how he did his workouts. I became obsessed…

The Golden Six Routine

ExerciseSetsReps
Barbell Squat410
Wide Grip Barbell Bench Press310
Chin Up3Max
Behind The Neck Overhead Press410
Barbell Curl310
Bent Knee Sit Up3-4Max

Tips

  • Arnold recommended performing this routine 3 times per week on alternating days for a 3 month cycle.
  • Once you can do 2/3 reps above the recommended amount increase the weight.
  • Strive to progress wherever possible.
  • Rest for 2 minutes between sets of squats and no more than 90 seconds for the other exercises.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger Young Photos

Follow Arnold Golden Six Workout Routine. It’s perfect way to lay the foundation for a well balanced, muscular physique.

Get in, blitz everything, get out, eat, rest, repeat.

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Franco Columbu | Golden Era bodybuilding wallpaper

Franco Columbu Bodybuilding Wallpaper


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Franco Columbu | Golden Era bodybuilding wallpaper

The Old School Bodybuilidng wallpaper Franco Columbu. The golden age of bodybuilding wallpaper.

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Frank Zane | Bodybuilder Photos | Awesome body physique


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Mr Olympia Preview 2014 | Candidates Photos


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Mr Olympia Preview 2014

Candidates Photos

Branch Warren
Branch Warren
Dennis Wolf
Dennis Wolf
Dexter Jackson
Dexter Jackson
Fred Smalls
Fred Smalls
Ibrahim Fahim
Ibrahim Fahim
Johnnie Jackson
Johnnie Jackson
Jojo Ntiforo
Jojo Ntiforo
Jon Delarosa
Jon Delarosa
Juan Morel
Juan Morel
Kai Greene
Kai Greene
Lionel Beyeke
Lionel Beyeke
Mamdouh Elssbiay
Mamdouh Elssbiay
Phil Heath
Phil Heath
Roelly Winklaar
Roelly Winklaar
Shawn Rhoden
Shawn Rhoden
Steve Kuclo
Steve Kuclo
Victor Martinez
Victor Martinez
William Bonac
William Bonac

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David Hoffmann | Wallpapers and Biography


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David Hoffmann | Wallpapers and Biography

Birthday : February 26. 1980
Hometown: Koblenz , Germany
Height: 6’1″
Contest weight: 240 lbs
Off-Season Weight: 265 lbs
David Hoffmann was born in 1980 as the first of three sons of a psychologist and a teacher. After some judo experience he started bodybuilding in 1995. For one year he trained in his homegym, 1996 he joined a public gym. His first show was the Nordrhein-Westphalen championship 2000, where he won the junior heavyweight division. Winning the overall title at the German nationals in 2008 was the next milestone in his bodybuilding career. Since 2008 Hoffmann competes successfully in international IFBB competitions.

Hoffmann has a degree in business administration (Diplom-Betriebswirt (FH)) and runs a supplement business and a gym.

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When Arnold won his last Olympia title, little David saw the light of day. I was the first of three sons born to my mom who is a psychologist and my dad who is a now retired teacher.

After doing some judo and taking a few tennis lessons, I seriously started bodybuilding in 1995. I’ve always wanted to have a muscular body. I got my first 3pound plastic dumbbells when I was eight years old. After reading my first bodybuilding magazines at the age of 15, I realized that 3 pound dumbbells wouldn’t help me putting on the size I was looking for. So I bought some more equipment: One EZ-bar, some plates and two dumbbell bars. Then I persuaded my younger brother to wish for a bench for his birthday (which I used 99% oft the time haha). This homegym served for about one year. Then I joined a public gym. I put on 44 lbs within the first year. I was eating all day long and training like there was no tomorrow. From the very first moment I touched a weight I knew I wanted to be on stage, win shows and get in the magazines.

I got my degree in business administration (Diplom-Betriebswirt (FH)) in 2005. Today I run my own supplement business and a gym.

Achievements

2000 Winner Juniors NRW Championship (Heavyweight and overall)
2000 Winner Juniors Hessen- and RLP-Championship (Heavyweight and overall)
2000 Runner up Juniors German Nationals (Heavyweight)
2004 Winner Hessen- and RLP-Championship (Heavyweight)
2004 4. Place German Nationals (Heavyweight)
2006 Winner Hessen- and RLP-Championship (Super heavyweight)
2008 Winner Heavyweight Cup
2008 Winner Hessen- and RLP-Championship (Super heavyweight)
2008 Winner German Nationals (Super heavyweight and overall)
2008 2. Place Body Xtreme Invitational
2008 Winner World Championship qualification Germany
2008 4. Place IFBB World Championships Manama, Bahrain (Super heavyweight)
2009 Winner World Championship qualification Germany
2009 4. Place IFBB World Championships, Doha Qatar (Super heavyweight)
2011 3. Place Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic Amateur (Super heavyweight)
2011 3. Place Mr. Olympia Amateur (Super heavyweight)
2013 4. Place Arnold Classic Europe Amateur (Super heavyweight)
2013 Winner Hessen- and RLP-Championship (Super heavyweight and overall)
2013 Winner Heavyweight Cup
2013 Winner German Nationals (Super heavyweight)
2014 Winner German Nationals (Super heavyweight and overall)

A few words of gratitude

Bodybuilding is no team sport like football. But even though you’re a lonesome wolf most oft he time, you have to have people around that help you in ordert o be successful.

I want to thank all the people who helped me on my way. Thanks to Edward Connors, Sonja and Uwe Alsbach and Albert Busek. Special thanks go to my trainers Detlef Herget and Roland Cziurlok. You guys have an unmatched passion for our sport. Thanks for sharing your knowledge, spending your time and money to help us athletes to be the best that we can and thanks for your friendship.

I had the honor to grace numerous magazine covers and have been featured in the worlds most prestigious bodybulding publications. Thanks to all the people at Muscle&Fitness, Flex, Musclemag, Sportrevue, Inside Fitness, Muscle&Performance, Planet Muscle and all the other non bodybuilding magazines and newspapers that reported on me and the sport of bodybuilding in a positive way.

Also I was fortunate enough to shoot with some of the best photographers in the industry. Thanks to Robert Reiff, Brian Moss, Alex Ardenti, Jeffrey Sygo, Reiner Dahms, Michael Acevedo and Irvin Gelb for great and exhausting shootings and pictures to be proud of.

Special thanks to Universal Nutrition and all the people working for this extraordinary company. They have been a reliable partner for years and it was a pleasure to be an Universal Athlete and represent them. Working at the trade shows all over the world, photo shoots in the best gyms you can imagine and being on the famous Universal Road Trips – those memories will stay in my heart forever.

I am very happy and grateful to be sponsored by Body Attack, my long time business partner from Hamburg, Germany. Thanks to everybody at Body Attack!

And finally thanks to all my fans. You guys give me more energy than three scoops of Nitro Pump mixed in a quadruple espresso, and that’s a lot! THANK YOU!

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