FREE WEEKLY FITNESS TIPS NEWSLETTER
Bodybuilding and Fitness weekly e-mail tips,
stay informed and stay motivated, join today!

Sign up free by sending an e-mail to
newsletter@trulyhuge.com

___________________________________________

           Truly Huge Fitness Tips
         Presented by TrulyHuge.com                  
___________________________________________

Genetically Average Joe Bodybuilding Training DVD

Are You Ready To Learn The Natural Bodybuilding Training, 
D iet And Supplementation Secrets That Can Help You Build 
Muscle Mass As Quickly As Genetically Possible?

We have found the best workout for genetically average 
bodybuilders who want to maximize their bodybuilding 
potential without the use of anabolic steroids. If you're 
a hard gainer and you want to stay natural this DVD is
for you.

For full information go to:
Bodybuilding DVD - Bodybuilding Training Video
____________________________________________

     Fitness Tips For For 10/26/2011
____________________________________________



Old School Weight Lifting Routines

Old School Workouts That Work

Peary Rader popularized the 20-repetition squat routine through IronMan
Magazine. What most people do not know is that he made a weight gaining
routine based on the clean and jerk as well.

I personally do not use the clean & jerk, but I do use the clean and 
press. I have not tried this routine yet, but it does look very, very
intriguing. I plan to try it with the clean and press after I get 
through with my current training regimen.

This routine can be found in "The Rader Master Body building and 
Weight Gaining System." It is almost identical to the breathing squat 
routine except the breathing squat is replaced by the clean and jerk.
Breathing clean and jerk 1X12, 1X10, drop the weight and do 1 X 18-20 
repetitions You will follow each set of clean and jerks with a set of 
pullovers. Perform sets of 15-20 repetitions.

Remember to take 3 to 6 deep breaths before each repetition. 


Leg Specialization

Louis Abele's Leg Specialization Program From "The Training Programs 
of Louis Abele"

Abele started this program with weights 20% below his limit. He also 
did continuous reps, no pausing at the top

1. Squat 20 reps
2. Leg Press 20 reps
3. One-legged Calf Raise 25 reps
4. Step-up on Box 20 reps
5. One-leg Squat 15 reps
6. Leg Curl 15 reps
7. Calf Raise 20 reps
8. Front Squat 10 reps

Abele performed this workout 3 times a week and performed with no 
upper body work for 2 1/2-3 months.


Submit A Fitness Tip
If you have a tip you'd like to share e-mail it to us
WIN FREE SUPPLEMENTS
When you sign up for our free newsletter,
you will be automatically entered in our monthly drawing
to win free supplements and other great prizes.

Sign up now by e-mailing
newsletter@trulyhuge.com

Old School Weight Lifting Routines

Neither trulyhuge.com nor the authors of this publication assume any liability for the information contained herein. The Information contained herein reflects only the opinion of the author and is in no way to be considered medical advice. Specific medical advice should be obtained from a licensed health care practitioner. Consult your physician before you begin any nutrition, exercise, or dietary supplement program.

Bodybuilding
Supplement Secrets
Discount Supplements
Cybergenics Program
Andro Shock Supplement
Ecdy-Bolin Supplement
Creatine Supplements
Natural Fat Burner
Workout Gear
Bodybuilding Books
Increase Bench Press
Big Arms Workouts
Six Pack Abs Exercises
Best Home Gym
Hardgainers Secrets
Bodybuilders Cookbook
Fitness Magazine
Bodybuilder Video
Contest Preparation
Workout Software
Personal Trainer Online
Forum
Chat Room
Survey
Health Calculators
Female Muscle Gallery
Male Muscle Gallery
Fitness Personals
Classifieds
Free Body building Info
Free E-Books
Weight Training Article
Body Building Links
Contact
Affiliate Program








Copyright ©2011 Trulyhuge.com
All Rights Reserved