This Weeks Good Reads 07/20/12

Do you remember the first time you started exercise? Maybe you were sixteen years old, maybe it was two years ago, maybe you are just about to start. These are the times where no matter what you did made a difference in your strength or your physique. Only now you are doing the same things that worked then but now you look exactly the same, or even worse. This article explains why and how you can change all that. Use these five tips to blow past your plateau and reach grounds never before achieved.

Demolish Your Genetic Limits – Brad Schoenfeld

This is a very fun read. It is ten facts about the human body. Goes into how we get blisters and birthmarks, how heart attacks work and why stripes make many of us look fat. Check it out if you would like to learn some fun facts about the human body.

And no the why stripes make us look fat is not really on there.  I hope I didn’t get your hopes up.

10 Fascinating Facts About the Human Body Part 3

Trying to get strong, learn to master your body weight first.  If you can’t do pushups, pullups and some of these other moves, good luck trying to bench 300+ or any other feat of strength.

Top 20 Body-weight Exercise for Building Muscle Strength – Jason Ferruggia

Trying to get strong? Learn to master your body weight first. If you can’t do pushups, pull-ups and some of these other moves, good luck trying to bench 300+ or any other feat of strength.

30 Rules to Lift Like a Girl and Look Awesome – Nia Shanks

I always like to throw in good stuff for the ladies out there, so this way they don’t have to just hear about exercise from a guys’ point of view. But check out this post by Nia Shanks. I hate to say I told you so, but it is much of the same stuff I have been preaching all along, not just to the women reading, but the men as well. Check out these rules to help you get on track with your exercise program.


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