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Which bodybuilder hasn’t complained about aching joints, sore muscles or a stiff back? Probably no one! These are very common issues for bodybuilders.
While injuries are a part of any athletic endeavor, they tend to be more frequent for ectomorph bodybuilders because of the physical and psychological stress.
Injuries can have a devastating effect on a bodybuilder; they can cause you to lose the gains you’ve made, miss workouts, sleep poorly, and might even end a promising career.
As an ectomorph, you’ve worked hard for your gains. Don’t let an injury set you back.
How can you reduce the chance of injury?
First, you must be knowledgeable about what could potentially happen to your body. Second, you need to make injury prevention a top priority. Lastly, you need to allow plenty of time for injuries to heal.
Injuries fall into theClick here to continue reading
By Wayne Griffins On July 8, 2012 No Comments
Often times, unsatisfied gym goers search desperately for that magic workout, that magic supplement which they believe will give them immense amount of muscles within a short period.
Muscle building doesn’t work that way, unless you take steroids.
What you may not realize is that sometimes, you already know the principles of muscle building, just that you do not see the importance of it, and as such have neglected them.
What this article will do is to shed light on 7 principles which are essential for your muscle growth and which you have most probably neglected.Click here to continue reading
By Wayne Griffins On April 16, 2011 5 Comments
Do you know that bulking up can cause a PERMANENT increase in fat cells?
It means that you can only gain new fat cells, but you cannot remove them!
Does that mean ectomorphs should not bulk up?Click here to continue reading
By Wayne Griffins On April 6, 2011 4 Comments
If you don’t know who Taylor Lautner is, he is a Hollywood actor who rose to prominence in the movie Twilight for his lean and ripped body.
In fact, if you watched the movie (waste of time I admit), you probably won’t believe that he was just a skinny kid 9 months ago!
Within these 9 months, he managed to bulk up and gained 30lbs of muscles! What are his hardgainer workout secrets?