Hardstyle and Girevoy Sport are the two main styles of training in the kettlebell world. The broadest way to categorize them is that Girevoy Sport focuses on endurance, while Hardstyle focuses on power.
Building muscles is a natural process that sometimes needs a little help. Here I go over the steps necessary to build muscles fast without using substances that are foreign to the human body.
The upper/lower body split routine is by far the best way to build muscle for anyone past the beginner stage. Find out the facts here.
Throughout my own personal fitness journey, and through observing and coaching others, I have noticed seven common gym mistakes that can be hard to identify but simple to fix!
Kettlebells are designed to work out the whole body while you are in motion. By using your core to stabilize the bell during the following exercises, you are getting a better abdominal workout than you would from traditional sit-ups and crunches.
The opposing muscle groups workout routine is one of the very best training methods for building massive muscle size quickly. Find out the facts here...
If you want to gain muscle mass as quickly as possible, there are just three simple steps you need to take. Find out all about them here.
Contrary to popular belief, how big or firm your butt is is not based on genetics alone. Exercise and nutrition play important roles as well.
Learn why squats are an important exercise that can benefit men or women, young or old, seasoned athletes or couch potatoes.
These full-body, fat-burning workout routines are the best way to torch body fat and give you a lean, toned, "hard body" look in the fastest possible time.
Proper use of periodization in your training will enable you to make consistent long-term gains without ever plateauing again. Here's what you need to know.
If you want to gain muscle mass at the optimum rate, the push/pull/legs workout routine is one of the very best ways you could ever use to accomplish that. Find out the details here.
Training for the older guy - how to build muscle, get strong and stay in great shape in your 40's, 50's, 60's and beyond.
You've heard of high intensity training, but what about high density training? This article explains the difference between the two, the advantages of each, and which is best for building muscle.
If you want to put on a large amount of muscle in as short a time as possible, a full-body workout routine is the best way to do it, provided you know how to set it up in the right way.