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The changes I made over the past 18 years. Top left was 1997 at 215lb, 31 years old. Top right was 2002 at 308lbs, 36 years old. Bottom left 2006 at 280lbs, 40 years old. Bottom right is Nov 2014 at 250lbs 48 years young. People keep asking me if I miss the big swole days and I'm perfectly honest I really don't, simply because I feel I done mostly everything the way I wanted it to do and at 2 month shy of 49 years old I can look at myself and say I'm proud of what I achieved and I'm proud of what I'm still doing. Training has been my life for a long time and I enjoy helping others now to get things right. It's all about longevity guys and girls and the smarter you are now the longer you can benefit from it later. It's not true when people say you can't look good years after you retire cause why stop training if you still love what you do? You don't have to kill yourself to look good at age 40 plus. You don't have to starve yourself to stay lean. Be smart and be consistent and you will be happy with yourself. It's not about how much you weigh, it's not about how much you can lift, it's about what you look like and how you feel! Always follow your dreams and be the best you can be!
●|● SAFETY TIPS SO THAT YOU DON'T INJURE UR SELF ●|● ● Must Read Bodybuilders ● 1. Remember the weight is a resistance that helps you contract the muscle. What is important to your progress is not how much weight you manage to move, but how hard you contract the muscle. 2. Many safety guides tell you to always use a spotter. Doing so is not possible for some people, and others try to show off for their spotters. Rather than rely on someone to rescue you from bad training habits, use proper technique. 3. Don't hold your breath, unless you are trying to move the weight to a safety point and there is no other way to get it there. In such a case, you have done your last rep at that weight. 4. Don't use a cheap bench. While benches are not generally expensive, the cheapest ones are flimsy and can put you in danger. Use a bench that is of sturdy construction. Most are. Also, look for decent padding and a wide enough bench part for your body. 5. Always put your weights away. A sure way to get injured is to leave weights out. This is why bodybuilders are downright anal about this. 6. Use collars and other devices as appropriate. 7. Don't overtrain. Working the whole body in one day or working the same body part three times a week is overtraining. So is doing huge numbers of sets. Doing huge numbers of reps is simply pointless. 8. Never do isolation exercises first. These "use up" your stabilizer muscles. For example, don't do leg extensions before doing squats. That brings up another point--if you do squats correctly, you will notbe able to do leg extensions. Do flyes after presses--always. https://www.facebook.com/bodybuilding.motivation.passion | Like | Tag | Share | Yourself to you & Your Friends .
●|● What Is Hardcore ? ●|● ● To me, hardcore always meant mastery over oneself. We all have instincts, and the main human instinct is to avoid pain. ● When the reps start getting really tough, the muscles burn and you struggle to breathe, your instincts tell you to stop. ● The average person in the gym does— the hardcore bodybuilder keeps pushing. ● When you’re dieting and wake up in the middle of the night starving, your instincts demand that you rush to the kitchen and gorge yourself on sugars and fats. The hardcore bodybuilder wants to win, so he or she fights that instinct. ● When you’re exhausted, the last things you feel like doing are an hour of cardio or a heavy leg workout. ● The true hardcore bodybuilder has mastered his or her urges and instincts and does what must be done to improve the physique. ● It may be painful, it may be the very last thing you want to do at that moment, but you do it. ● That’s hardcore, my friends!!!!! Visit : @ Bodybuilding Motivation .
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