Andy Speer, trainer and creator of our Anarchy Abs and Anarchy Arms workouts that are designed to seriously chisel your muscles, knows a little something about building powerhouse abs. This workout will not only strengthen your abs, it will give you a cardio boost, too, due to the continuous, fast repetitions. And unlike other common […]

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You might be eating too much protein Syda Productions/ShutterstockYou want to keep your body strong, you're committed to exercise, strength-training, and a diet of muscle-friendly protein. Unfortunately, many men turn directly to protein supplements, which can be problematic when you're taking them for an extended period of time. A nutritionist, on the other hand, can help you get the body you want, without sacrificing your health.

Whether you want to put on size, cut down and get lean, add strength, or just maintain, the amount of times per week that you train can be a direct correlate to your results. As a general baseline, if you’re looking for any sort of results, I’d strongly recommend that you don’t spend any less than three days per week in the weight room. You won’t be accomplishing anything by training less than this, and your weekly training volume will simply be too low, which won’t have lasting effects on strength, muscle volume, or caloric burn.

Proper pressure application will allow you to recruit the strongest muscles on every pull.

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