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If you want to survive the rise of the dead, gear your workouts toward achieving these fitness and strength targets…

Many myths have befallen the world of diet and exercise. We’ve got all the details on four of the most perpetuating myths in the world of muscle so that you needn’t google or debate any longer.

If you want your back to grow, you have got to include rows in your training program. Rows can add thickness to your back and work your all-important posterior deltoids, middle traps, and rhomboids – muscles that can enhance your posture and shoulder health.

Here are ten tips for maximizing your gym time. Not only will these tips help you save time, they’ll also increase the effectiveness of your workouts.  

There are lots of different ways to organise your weekly workouts – normally called training splits. The training split you choose needs to match the time you have available to work out, your level of experience, and your goals. They can all work, but some are better than others, depending on your individual needs.

A very large percentage of adults will, at some time, experience back pain. This will hopefully be mild and infrequent, but could be serious and debilitating. Good lifting technique, developing and maintaining a strong core, avoiding too much sitting, and good posture can all help reduce your risk of back pain. But, sometimes, back pain just happens.

Your glutes really are a crucial body part and no matter your fitness goal, deserve the same degree of attention as all your other muscle groups. Whether you train them as part of your legs or have a specific glute day, with regular training, you’ll soon start to reap the benefits of stronger, more shapely glutes.

Obey these guidelines and you’ll soon be on your way to developing shirt-stretching arms you can be proud of.

If there is one training secret that everyone needs to know, it’s this: Hard work conquers all! Many people are far too quick to label themselves as skinny-for-life, a hard gainer, an exercise non-responder, or naturally fat and, as such, quickly become self-fulfilling prophecies.

The average couple gains 10-15 lbs during their first three years together. Afterwards, it’s not uncommon to see an additional 1-3 lbs a year, especially after age 30. And while many couples resolve to lose weight together, it’s not always so seamless.