Saturday, December 27, 2008

Build Power For Super Sports

Lay the foundation for a year of muscle growth with a versatile training tool: the power cage. Most men shy away from the power cage, so you won't have to wait in line to use it, says Men's Health Muscle Guy Mike Mejia, C.S.C.S. You'll improve your strength, mobility, and endurance with this simple routine. Do the workout three times a week, resting at least a day between sessions.
Perform the exercises in succession, and then rest for 60 seconds before repeating the circuit once or twice.

1. Barbell Duck-Under

Set a barbell at waist level on the supports of a power cage, and stand with one hip next to it. Take a long stride beneath the bar, then duck underneath. Stand up on the other side, and repeat the motion to return to the starting position. Go back and forth until you've passed under the bar 8 to 10 times in each direction.

2. Reverse Pushup

Sit on the floor under the barbell with your legs straight, and grasp the bar with a shoulder-width grip. Hang from the bar so only your heels touch the floor. This is the starting position. Pinch your shoulder blades together and bend your arms to pull your chest to the bar. Pause at your highest point, then lower yourself. Aim for 8 to 10 repetitions.

3. Front Squat to Shoulder Press

Load the barbell with a weight you can press overhead 8 times. Holding the bar on the front of your shoulders, bend at the hips and knees. Pause when your thighs are parallel to the floor (or lower), and then press up and push the bar overhead. Lower the bar to your shoulders. Do 8 reps.

4. Pullup to Hanging Leg Raise

Grab the pullup bar at the top of the cage with your palms facing away from you. Pull yourself up until your upper chest is as close to the bar as you can get it. Holding that position, bend your legs and bring your knees in toward your chest. Lower your legs, then lower your body to the starting position. Aim for 6 to 8 reps.
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Thursday, December 18, 2008

Aamir 'Ghajini' Workout Download

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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Aamir Khan "Ghajini" Workout Video

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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Bodybuilding - Six Pack Abs and The Secret of Awesome Abs

Not all weight-training systems burn fat, but the one youíll use in this program burns fat by the pound. Hereís why: Since a 1990 study in The Journal of Applied Physiology, exercise scientists have known that doing hard, 10-repetition sets and following them with short rest periods produces dramatic increases in growth hormone. Growth hormone plays a huge role in muscle building. In fact, a recent study found that growth-hormone increases accounted for 50 percent of the muscle growth in trained weight lifters during a 20-week program.

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Beginning Bodybuilding

Prepare to look, feel, and perform better than you ever have before! Why bodybuilding? Put simply, lifting weights--or resistance training--is one of the best ways to achieve total body health and fitness. Research has shown time and again that pumping iron provides a host of benefits: Bigger muscles, of course, but also greater strength, higher bone density, and deeper cardiovascular capacity. Adding muscle also naturally ignites your body's internal fat-burners, increasing your metabolism while lowering your blood pressure and cholesterol. Oh yeah, and you'll look terrific. Here's all you need to start building serious muscle, including crucial information on: Complete workouts and techniques to maximize results. Specific tips on achieving more defined abs, arms, legs, chest, and back, How bodybuilding is different and better than other training methods. Basic anatomy and physiology. Gym jargon via a special decoder. How long and often you should work out--and how much recovery time your body needs.

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Bodybuilding for Life

Bill Phillips had been publishing bodybuilding magazines and marketing nutritional supplements for years when he had a weird revelation at a trade show: many of the most loyal and enthusiastic readers he had were totally out of shape. From that uncomfortable realization came his popular Physique Transformation Contest (top prize that first year: Phillips's own Lamborghini), now world famous, and this book.

The three-times-a-week weightlifting program in Body for Life is deceptively simple. If you've spent any time in the gym, you've already done all the exercises. But Phillips includes a couple of high-intensity sets at the end of each exercise that should compound the training effect on each muscle group. Same goes for the cardiovascular exercise he recommends: just 20 minutes, three times a week. But those 20 minutes are spent jacking the intensity up and down, accomplishing more in less time.

Phillips arranges all this into a 12-week program, along with nutritional and motivational tips. Be warned that the nutritional advice gets a little spacey. For example, he puts "carbohydrates" and "vegetables" into separate categories, and recommends three daily doses of a nutritional supplement called Myoplex, which his company manufactures. (Fortunately, he gives tips on how to make each dose taste different, such as by adding drops of peppermint extract.) Despite this strangeness, Body for Life still motivates because so many others have achieved astounding results in similar 12-week windows, and the pictures and testimonials are here as evidence. --Lou Schuler

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TOP 25 Sexy Celebrity - 25.Matthew McConaughey

Matthew McConaughey is the Texan actor from A Time to Kill and How to Lose A Guy In Ten Days. With one of the best bodies in Hollywood, you certainly wouldn't want to lose him.

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Matthew McConaughey is many women's favourite actor. Of course he's a talented performer, but it's his looks and charm that leave audiences left wanting more. If anything could stop women in their tracks on the first day of the January sales, it would be Matthew slowly removing his shirt.

His Sexiest Moments

1. Whenever he opens his mouth and unleashes that seductive deep south accent. It's enough to melt butter... even if it's been in the fridge.

2. Changing his top in the movie How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003). Talk about a Diet Coke beak! Matthew is packing some seriously toned muscles.

3. Getting all sweaty in the New Orleans heat in the movie A Time To Kill (1996).
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