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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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Oldest woman bodybuilder in the world is a grandmother who has 80 years

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Oldest woman bodybuilder in the world is a grandmother who has 80 years

Have you ever felt too old to do something? Ernestine Shepherd has never felt so. She is the oldest woman bodybuilder in the world and believe it or not, grandmother who recently turned 80 years old.

She was born on June 16, 1936. and she started bodybuilding when she was 56 years old. Then she went to the conquest of two bodybuilding titles in the world. From 2010 to 2011, Shepherd was the person who had the oldest body in the world when it comes to the world of bodybuilding and entered the Guinness Book of Records.

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So what is her secret? Discipline, determination, good and hard work. Every morning waking up at 03:00 hours, a weekly run off 130 km. Every day, eat a boiled egg, chicken, vegetables and drink plenty of water.

But the real secret is to never give up, so think twice the next time you go to the gym.

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GUSTAVO BADELL | Bodybuilding Motivation | VIDEO

GUSTAVO BADELL Bodybuilding


GUSTAVO BADELL | Bodybuilding Motivation | VIDEO

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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The new world record in the squat – 475 kg (1047 lbs) | Russian powerlifter Andrey Malanichev


The new world record in the squat – 475 kg (1047 lbs) | Russian powerlifter Andrey Malanichev

Andrey Malanichev (born 10 January 1977, in the village of Barvikha sanatorium-(Moscow region) – Russia’s champion in powerlifting, Europe, the world and four times winner of the Titans Cup

He owns the record in raw squat (1036 lbs – 470 kg) and 5 December at WRPF WorldBank powerlifting championship in Moscow broke his own record.

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The girl set a record, lifting 97 kg in squat


The girl set a record, lifting 97 kg in squat

“Super Girl”, ten year old Naomi Kutin, who weighs just 41 kilograms, set a world record and become so strongest of all time in the performance of the squat with free weights.

The record which was previously held one 44-year-old woman, a young Naomi knocked on Raw Unity gathering in Corpus Christi, Texas, and from that on 22 January 2012 and to date, no one has managed to make a similar exercise.

Then a ten year old girl crouched on a free weight released 97 kilograms of weight, we note that it was a deep, full squat.

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