Salman Ahmed – An Underrated Muscleman From Lahore

Salman Ahmed – An Underrated Muscleman From Lahore

LAHORE: Salman Ahmed was distant from everyone else in the group when he turned into the first Pakistani to win the Musclemania world lifting weights title in Las Vegas a year ago not able to bear the cost of a company of supervisors, mentors, promoters like his kindred rivals.

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Strategies to Prevent Heart Disease

Strategies to Prevent Heart Disease

Heart disease may be a leading cause of death, but that doesn’t mean you have to accept it as your fate. Although you lack the power to change some risk factors — such as family history, sex or age — there are some key heart disease prevention steps you can take. You can avoid heart problems in the future by adopting a healthy lifestyle today. Here are six heart disease prevention tips to get you…

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15 Negative Effects of Having a Low Body Fat Percentage

15 Negative Effects of Having a Low Body Fat Percentage

Every guy wants to get leaner. He wants his pecs to stop jiggling and his abs to come out from hiding. But there comes a point when shedding fat isn’t healthy. According to Pennsylvania State University, the average guy’s body fat is 15 to 20, 3 percent of which is “essential,” meaning you’d die without it. “A body fat percentage below 5 percent is regarded as a warning sign of poor health, even in elite…

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8 Best Foods for Total Body Strength

8 Best Foods for Total Body Strength

Enhance muscular strength by piling your plate up with these superfoods. Strength Boost Strength is our body’s ability to exert physical force on objects — also known as being able to push through a heavy set. Following a progressive overload program is one way to boost muscular strength, but sometimes it can come from the food that you eat. Packing away enough calories, macros, and nutrients can help you muster up that extra strength you…

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5 Best Foods for Building Muscles

5 Best Foods for Building Muscles

There are hundreds of different foods that can help build muscle. But what if you had to pick only five foods that you could eat for the rest of your life? In that case, you’d want foods that could help cover many different nutritional needs so that you did not lose any precious muscle. Among those needs: Protein to help build and repair muscle and other tissues Fats to encourage proper hormones and reduce inflammation…

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Best Old School Exercises (with Photos)

Best Old School Exercises (with Photos)

Wide-Grip Chins You don’t see too many people doing wide grip chins anymore. Everyone does lat pulldowns, but they seem to have forgotten about chins in recent years. Back in the day all of us—Arnold, Franco, Ken Waller—we all used to do them religiously. What’s really great is supersetting chins with bench presses. That’s what Arnold and I used to do; back and forth, one to the other. You’re working antagonistic muscle groups, like when…

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5 Best Foods for Building Muscles

5 Best Foods for Building Muscles

1. Salmon When it comes to a great all-around food to build muscle, the trophy goes to salmon. It is loaded with protein and omega-3 fatty acids, two key nutrients to build and repair muscle tissue, and to keep your hunger in check. You can also cook salmon several different ways. Salmon is also rich in key nutrients, such as selenium, Vitamin D, B12, niacin and vitamin D. The list goes on with all of…

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10 Training Tips for Gaining Lean Muscle

10 Training Tips for Gaining Lean Muscle

Follow these tips to pack on pounds of lean muscle mass. 1) Increase Your Training Frequency Hitting the gym twice a week is fine if you want to maintain the muscle you already have, but if you are shooting to add some size you should consider increasing your training frequency to 4-5 times per week. Even though these sessions may need to be a bit shorter to allow for recovery, the increased exposure to a…

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