• Predator Nutrition Printable Workout Log

    Use this log to plan and gauge your training progress. Click the image and save it then print and enjoy! We hope you find this as useful as we do!

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  • Predator's Six Week Six Pack Challenge

    Is it really possible to get a six pack in six weeks? Well, it depends a lot on the individual, but with hard work and dedication and a careful diet and exercise plan, there's a very good chance you'll see results. Here we provide our ...

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  • Q & A - Training For Muscle Size

    People exercise for many different reasons but one of the main ones is gaining muscle size. We thought we'd do a Q&A to answer some popular questions about this topic.

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  • Research Review - How to Optimise Your Aerobic Exercise for Fat Loss

    We were recently discussing on our forum about how much exercise is needed to produce results. We had also previously discussed training volume versus intensity with such notable interviewees as Layne Norton and Borge Fagerli and its fair ...

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  • Research Review: Effect of Strength Training and Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training on Strength, Testosterone, and Cortisol

    We have previously looked at how different types of weight training can affect testosterone so a new study showing how strength training versus a combined strength and endurance program affected testosterone and cortisol caught my eye.

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  • Research Review: Effects Of Heavy Resistance Trainin

    Research Review: Effects Of Heavy Resistance Training On Maximal And Explosive Force Production, Endurance And Serum Hormones If you have been watching the Olympic games and marvelled at some of the athletes on show in sports such as ...

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  • Series: Tips for a better diet at the work place

    Let’s face it, eating healthy food at work can be a real difficulty to some people. There are just so many obstacles, such as planning, cravings, the colleague next to you eating pizza...

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  • Seven Tips To Ignite Your Cardio

    Although many of us may try to our best to avoid it, cardiovascular training can be a very important component of most exercise regimes. Regular cardio training can be beneficial for a whole host of reasons including improved ...

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  • Shedding the Myths Around Creatine

    Probably one of the best-known sports nutrition supplements after whey is creatine. The reason behind that is largely due to being one of the most effective supplements as well. As with any other ‘mainstream’ supplement, however, there is ...

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  • Strategies To Optimize Muscle Growth Via Training And Diet

    The ultimate goal of any bodybuilder is of course to increase muscle mass. Here we identify some important factors in the muscle building process.

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  • Stress and Testosterone

    How does stress affect testosterone? Here we explore the the relationship between stress and testosterone and the ramifications this can have for our training.

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  • Ten things you can do to get into shape faster than ever

    We go through ten things that everyone can do to get fitter more quickly.

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  • The Clash Of Aerobic And Resistance Exercises

    Many individuals who are training to build muscle will sneer at the idea of doing any cardio whatsoever, as it will have negative effects on their progression. Is there any truth to these statements or is it an excuse for the lazy among us ...

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  • The effect of training type on muscle properties and hormone concentrations

    Here at Predator, we have a wide range of customers, with a broad variety in training regimes and goals. For some, strength or hypertrophy may be the ultimate goal whereas others may prefer to concentrate on endurance, or even a ...

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  • The Effects of Alcohol on Training

    We all know that drinking isn't great for your health, but how does it impact on your training, and is there anything you can do? We take a look.

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  • The Funny Faces Of London 2012 Olympics (Part 1)

    There is a big part of the London 2012 Olympics that many of you will have missed. Sure, you may well have watched every single event… but did you notice these?

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  • The importance of warming up before sport

    Rugby league is one of the toughest sports on the planet. The players regularly put their bodies on the line in what has been described as less a contact sport and more a collision sport. When you consider that one player lost control of ...

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  • The Kingpin Principle - Straps or No Straps?

    I frequent many forums discussing weightlifting and bodybuilding and one area that tends to cause a great divide between forum members is the use of straps. One camp suggests that if your grip can& hold it, the weight is too great for you. ...

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  • The Power Of The Supplement Fad

    Isn’t it strange how some supplements get their “15 minutes of fame”? The list of ingredients that have gone from being “the most exciting thing on the planet” to disappearing again with a “tail between ...

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  • The Predator Squat Solution - Part 1

    You get a lot of people training legs but very few who can squat to save their lives. As the most challenging movement most gym goers will ever perform given the technical, physical, and mental demands the exercise imposes, it is no ...

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  • The Predator Squat Solution Part 2 - A program for building a huge squat

    To get to our destination means addressing these weaknesses but make no mistake it will be as difficult as climbing a mountain.

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  • The rules of staying in shape when intoxicated: ZeroBroScience edition

    This is for all of the young YOLOs out there who enjoy a regular drink (once a week) but feel that their potentially destructive habit might be holding them back from achieving their goal physique.

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  • The Science of Bulking

    Sooner or later everyone who trains regularly asks themselves the question “How can I gain muscle?” On the surface, this seems to be a relatively straightforward question, but the answer is anything but simple!

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  • The Seven Deadly Bodybuilding Sins

    Many of us commit transgressions that prevent us from reaching our goals. Are you guilty of any of the seven deadly bodybuilding sins?

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  • The Truth About Carbohydrates

    You’d be forgiven for not knowing what to think about carbohydrates these days. In society, we’ve gone from “carbs are a great healthy choice” to “carbs are the enemy” in record speed. In reality, the truth is probably neither of these. Of ...

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  • The Ultimate Post-Workout Shake

    The content of the shake you drink after a heavy weights session has a huge effect on the body’s response to exercise. We take a look at what goes into the ultimate post-workout shake.

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  • Top Tips on Bulking and Putting on Size

    Team BSN’s Neil Andrews is one of the UK’s leading bodybuilders; having been crowned the UKBFF’s Overall Mr Wales three years running, he knows a thing or two about packing on some SERIOUS size.

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  • Training For The Christmas Holiday

    As Christmas approaches, thoughts naturally spring to easing back on our training and diet, and enjoying the fun and food. Unfortunately, once the holiday season is over many people's bodies come back looking as if they have lost a fight ...

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  • Training For Muscle Mass

    Putting on muscle is a common goal for a lot of gym-goers. It is a long and very difficult process, but it can be done. Here we give you some tips on how to train for muscle mass.

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  • Training Lessons from the Predator Team

    Some of the Predator team look back on their training experience and pick out the single most important thing they have learned.

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  • Training Myths Busted

    The world of health and fitness is rife with myth and misconception. Here we take a look at five common training myths and set the record straight.

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  • Training Roundtable With The Experts - Part 1

    Predator Nutrition speaks to four of the industry’s leading experts about training - Nick Mitchell, Bret Contreras, Kelly Baggett and Andreia Brazier - to see what they can teach us.

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  • Training Roundtable With The Experts - Part 2

    Welcome back to our training roundtable transcript with some of the industries top minds, the following questions follow on from Part 1

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  • Training Smart: Muscle Fatigue, Hypertrophy and Exercising to Failure

    ‘Training to failure’ is a contentious topic in the fitness world. In this article, we aim to show you how to train smart – knowing what training to failure does, and knowing when to do it.

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  • Training Template For The 'Hard Gainer'

    Compared to the diet plan, training as a hard gainer is simple and straight forward. There is nothing complicated about it, no secret method or newfangled principle of training you have read about on the various muscle forums that will see ...

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  • Triazole - The King of Bulkers!

    As I sat down in front of my computer in the office just now something dawned on me. I've just noticed that its starting to get darker outside a little earlier than it did last week. Im typing this in the final few days of August. What ...

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  • Ultimate Training Plan Part 1

    Most of you who have clicked on this link will have no doubt either been obsessed with or will have at least glanced over a fitness, bodybuilding or health magazine of some sorts at some point in your life. For some, what is read in these ...

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  • What is the best time to train?

    In today's society with gyms opening around the clock in many major cities we have more options as to when we perform exercise than ever before. Given this, is there a particular time of day that can be considered the best time to train ...

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  • Why You Should Train In The Cold

    If you are looking to burn some extra calories and excess fat tissue, then you should welcome this cold weather with open arms. Whether you are pumpin’ iron in a cold gym, or out doing some night time HIIT (check out our series on ...

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  • 101 Tips For a Better Body

    Ah, the classic 101. There's a 101 for just about everything, so we thought we'd jump on the bandwagon with our own 101 Ways, which will help you improve your training and diet to build a better body.

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  • 3 Tips on Maximising Your Muscle Gains: Zero Bro-Science Edition

    We have all fallen victim to the 'Bro-volution' at some point in our training careers: for most of us, the first few years. But like everything, there is a real scientific explanation for the way your muscles grow.

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  • 5 Common Exercises To Avoid

    It can be easy for us to presume that all exercises are beneficial however some can do more harm than good. Performing any exercise with poor technique will put stress on the body but some other causes are less obvious. So here to ...

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  • 50 More Tips For a Better Body

    This article is written in response to our earlier article 101 Tips for a Better Body

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  • A Guide To Plyometric Training

    Plyometrics are an exercise modality used by athletes to increase power. They have been popular in sports such as athletics for decades as a special training method to provide an overload not available from regular weight training or ...

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  • Best Supplements Guide – The Ones to Watch in 2014

    It’s clear today that with the ever growing fitness industry, more and more people are using supplements. Supplements can be a mixed bag - we take a look at the very best to look out for this year.

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  • Bodybuilding And Performance - Part 1

    In the sport of bodybuilding there is literally zero athletic merit in what you do on stage. Rather it is the training which is required to build a physique which requires strength, willpower, the ability to analyse form and judge how and ...

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  • Bodybuilding And Performance - Part 2

    In part 1 of our feature we looked at the problems of overtraining

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  • Bodybuilding Basics For Beginners Part 1: Training

    I felt compelled to write this article in response to the overwhelming number of emails and queries I receive on a regular basis from aspiring bodybuilders wanting to know how to get big/lean. In truth, regardless of the nature of the ...

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  • Bodybuilding Basics For Beginners Part 2: Diet

    In part one of this series of articles we covered how you should train if new to bodybuilding, outlining a training approach that will bring consistent results, while avoiding the pitfall of overtraining. Assuming training is properly ...

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  • BodyPower 2012 Show Report

    BodyPower Expo 2012, the biggest health and fitness show in the UK, certainly packed a punch this year.

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  • Bodyweight Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

    What's your excuse then? Not enough time to exercise? Not enough money for the gym? Not any more!

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  • How to Build Muscle Faster

    Gaining muscle at an advanced level can be very difficult. Here we share six lesser-known but well-studied techniques to help you build muscle faster.

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  • Can challenging convention get you fitter faster? (part 2)

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  • Can challenging convention get you fitter faster?

    There is the theory that by paying excessively close attention to a matter you will actually be deceived more easily. It got me thinking about how often I see people stuck in this mental blind spot in the gym or with their diets. This is ...

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  • Can Compression Clothing Give An Edge When Training?

    A recent innovation has been the widespread adoption across a number of sports of compression clothing. The question which remains unanswered though is whether these compression garments actually provide an edge to athletes when training. ...

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  • Big Weights = Big Guns?

    Probably the most widely accepted fact within training society is that in order to get bigger we need to lift heavy things. But things are, as ever, more complicated than that. We look at the science.

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  • Can Using Light Weights Build Muscle Just As Well As Heavy Weights?

    <p><span style="font-family:trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif;">Whilst opinion varies on the ideal rep range for hypertrophy, anyone who has been training for a while would be fairly confident that performing 20-25 reps of a certain ...

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  • Can Vitamin D Aid Weight Loss?

    Vitamin D has been unofficially credited as a weight loss aid for years. We look at two scientific studies to see if there is any proof in the claims.

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  • Can watching porn boost testosterone before hitting the gym?

    It has often been believed in sporting circles that abstaining from sex before a big event is highly recommended. Quite when and where this advice originated from is unclear, although many believe it originated with the Victorians who ...

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  • Can weight training increase testosterone levels?

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  • Choosing The Right Protein Powder

    Protein is a vital ingredient for anyone undergoing a training programme. Whether your goal is to bulk up or lose weight, if you are struggling to meet your protein intake through diet alone then a protein powder may be of benefit. Those ...

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  • Do Slow Carbs Help Retain Muscle Mass During Weight Loss?

    The quest to reduce body fat can be a challenge when there’s a lot to shift and it can be a worry to many athletes and body-builders that when losing fat, they may lose muscle mass too. This is a common problem, losing fat without losing ...

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  • Does Increased Squat Strength Improve Sprint Performance?

    There are certain exercises that genuinely have a case for being almost essential inclusions for mass building routines. If you can squat big, then there's every chance that you are big, and the squat is widely considered as one of the big ...

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  • Does Zinc Speed Up Getting Over a Cold?

    Zinc is found in meat and dairy, but if a calorie-controlled diet restricts the intake it is important to keep zinc levels maintained.

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  • Eccentric Training For Tendonitis

    As someone who has tried to ignore pain and injuries many times I can tell you that this approach has mixed results. Happily, there are ways you can work to recover from an injury, without doing yourself more damage in the process.

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  • Effective Fat Loss: The Predator Nutrition Guide

    Sick and tired of the 'miracle weight loss' ads? So are we. Predator Nutrition explains the real, zero-BS way to lose weight effectively, reliably and safely.

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  • Egg White Supplements vs Whole Eggs, which has your vote?

    <p><span style="font-family:trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif;">We all know that an increased amount of protein is needed to aid muscle building and maintain muscle gains when dieting but what some people struggle with is which foods are ...

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  • Essential Fatty Acids - What You Need To Know

    <p><span style="font-size: 12px"><span style="font-family: trebuchet ms, helvetica, sans-serif">Essential Fatty Acids - What You Need To Know</span></span></p>

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  • Exercise Form - To Cheat Or Not To Cheat?

    <p><span style="font-size:12px;"><span style="font-family: trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif;">In this article I am sure a few of you will get your knickers in a twist over what is discuss, but I am going to go into my thoughts and ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: Close Grip Bench Press

    <p>The close grip bench press exercise is a variation of the barbell bench press which utilises a narrower grip to place more of the focus on the triceps rather than the chest or shoulder muscles. As a triceps exercise, the close grip ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: Deadlifts - 7 Steps To The Perfect Deadlift

    The barbell deadlift is without question one of the most important exercises as it utlises nearly every muscle in your body. With heavy weights and proper form you can expect some serious size and strength gains! Follow our simple ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: Dips (Tricep)

    <p>Tricep dips are a great exercise when you&rsquo;re trying to get an insane pump especially towards the end of the work out. The triceps dips exercise is an easy one to explain but certainly a more tricky one to master. Triceps dips can ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: Dumbbell Chest Press

    With all due respect to the barbell bench press, many consider the Dumbell chest press a superior exercise for building size and strength in the pectoral muscles. Compared to the regular bench press, Dumbell pressess allow trainees to go ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Do The Perfect Farmers Walk

    If you want big forearms and youre not seeing the growth you'd like from heavy deadlifts and slightly less masculine exercises like wrist curls then give this a try. It's a strongman exercise and you need a bit of space to do it but lets ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Do The Perfect Standing Cable Bicep Curl

    The standing cable bicep curls is a great isolation exercise for those who already have a bit of mass on there biceps. Because you are using a cable machine tension can be kept on the bicep at all times and it is also a great way to ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Perform A Front Squat

    Front squats, otherwise known as barbell front squats, are a variation of a squat in which the barbell sits on your upper chest and the front of your shoulders rather than the back squat where the barbell sits on you upper back.You will ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Perform The Perfect Barbell Glute Bridge

    Women love a big arse on a man, it’s no secret. Girls if you want the perfect set of buns for when you’re doing your best Beyonce Knowles impression then again this exercise is key and should be added into your hamstring and glute routine ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Perform The Perfect Bench Press

    The Barbell Bench Press is without a doubt the best chest exercise out there. However it is a technical lift and one that can be seen performed incorrectly in most gyms around the country. Here is our take on how to perform the perfect ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Perform The Perfect Bent Over Row (For Rear Delts)

    <p>Over the last few months I have made significant gains with this exercise - the bent over barbell row. It seems to isolate the rear delts better than the rear pec dec or bent over lateral raises. If you are heavy deadlifting and rowing ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Perform The Perfect Cross Body Hammer Curl

    <p><span style="font-family:trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif;"><span style="font-size: 12px;">Here is an exercise I have started doing and one you don&rsquo;t see too often. I start my bicep routine with this movement and since doing so I ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Perform The Perfect Front Plate Raise

    <p>The front plate raise is a great isolation exercise for the shoulders; it targets specifically the anterior deltoid. In my opinion, the front plate raise exercise is best done after the heavy compound movements for high reps, or as a ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Perform The Perfect Lunge

    <p><span style="font-size:12px;">Lunges are designed to help increase the strength in your quads, hamstrings and glutes. There are several variations, walking lunges, static dynamic lunges, lunges with dumbbells and lunges with a barbell ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Perform The Perfect Seated Cable Row

    <p>The seated cable row exercise is a very good back exercise and usually one I use at the end of a heavy deadlift session and complete much more reps, and in this case very strict form. It hits the musles in the middle of you back hard; ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Squat Correctly

    Performing squats is essential for any physique athlete. It now comes down to ensuring you perform the squat correctly. The are plenty of guides available, each suited to specific types of lifters, but our guide is suitable for just about ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: Lying Leg Curls

    <p>Lying leg curls are a very good isolation exercise for the hamstrings. They are great at the end of your workout with a light weight, to get that finishing pump. If your gym has steps then I advise you hold on to the handrail as this ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: Seated Calf Raise

    A simple and effect exercise to work the soleus (calf muscles) and a nice alternative to the standing calf raise.

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  • Exercise Tutorial: Skullcrushers/Lying Tricep Extensions

    Skullcrushers, or lying tricep extensions, are an excellent exercise you should incorporate into your diet. Here we show you how to perform them effectively.

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  • Exercise Tutorial: Stiff Legged Deadlifts

    The stiff legged deadlift or straight leg deadlift is a great exercise for the hamstrings, with assistance from the glutes and lower back. Here we show you how to perform it effectively.

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  • Fitness conventions under the microscope

    I'm sure by now you can see that the fitness industry is full of widely believed truisms which on further inspection fall apart. We look at some common fitness conventions to expose the truth.

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  • Five Bodybuilding Myths Destroyed

    The fight back against Broscience starts today. Without any further ado let us look at some commonly held bodybuilding folklore legends and see if the myth matches the reality.

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  • Five Food Industry Horrors Revealed! - Part One

    If you think you can trust the food industry to tell you when something is bad for you – think again! Knowing how important food is to your health we’ve decided to profile some of the biggest and dirtiest lies in the food industry to help ...

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  • Five Food Industry Horrors Revealed! - Part Two

    If you think you can trust the food industry to tell you when something is bad for you – think again! Knowing how important food is to your health we’ve decided to profile even more of the biggest and dirtiest lies in the food industry to ...

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  • Foam Rollers - What are foam rollers for and do they work?

    Whilst the popularity of foam rollers has grown in recent years, their use remains something of mystery amongst many athletes. This article will help you decide if they might benefit you.

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  • Forgotten Exercises - Exercises People Should Do But Don't

    Let's run through four exercises that are seemingly forgotten but should be a regular part of your routine. The real secret behind these exercises is not only how they can build muscle themselves (although they do and will), but how they ...

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  • Frenzy Q&A With Driven Sports

    For those of you who have missed out on the build up to this innovative pre-workout supplement, Predator Nutrition have put some questions to Frenzy's creator to get the lowdown straight from the horse's mouth:

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  • Functional Training

    ‘Functional training’ is one of the most commonly used buzz phrases in fitness, but what actually is it? We clear a few things up.

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  • Exercise can help reduce levels of stress and anxiety

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  • Get A Body Like: Jennifer Aniston

    I think its fair to say that Jennifer Aniston has the body that all women crave. She has the right balance between toned, feminine and lean. Her body is so fantastic that it is hard to believe that she is 46

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  • Get Motivated

    So how does one find the motivation to start living a healthier lifestyle and getting fit? The first thing to realise is that it’s not going to be easy

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  • Glutamine – Does the form improve the effects? (Part two)

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  • Glutamine – Does the form improve the effects?

    Love it or hate it, you cannot ignore glutamine and here we look into whether the form improves effects...

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  • Green Tea For Fat Loss

    <p><span style="font-family:trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif;">The world knows that Brits are famous for their love of a good cup of tea. But with all of the benefits associated with green tea, maybe it is about time that we made that ...

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  • Gym Etiquette

    After asking Predator Nutrition’s Facebook fans for their views on the subject, it was clear to see that there are numerous habits commonly seen in gyms across the world that really grind our customers’ gears. With that in mind, we thought ...

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  • HIIT versus Cardio Part 1

    HIIT or cardio? Each has its benefits and drawbacks. Choose the best form of training for you with our six-part series.

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  • HIIT versus Cardio Part 3 - Marathon runners versus sprinters

    The popular argument holds that aerobic training is more likely to lead to muscle loss while HIIT is better by virtue of it being a high intensity form of exercise. Does this hold up in practice?

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  • HIIT versus Cardio Part 4 - Steady State Cardio And Effects On Performance

    While we saw in part 3 that the impact of HIIT on body composition is overplayed based on misleading references to the differences in the physiques of track sprinters versus endurance runners there is also the fact that the few studies ...

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  • HIIT versus cardio part 5 how do intervals affect performance and body composition

    We have previously discussed in our series of articles comparing HIIT (also known as interval training) and steady cardio both the relative benefits and costs associated with each approach, a discussion on the relative impact of EPOC, ...

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  • HIIT versus Cardio Part 6: Which Type Suits You?

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  • How Long Should You Warm Up For?

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Perform The Perfect Lat Pulldown.

    <p>The Lat Pulldown is another exercise you should try to incorporate into your back workout. It is a very popular exercise and one that you will see performed every day in gyms around the world, and with good reason as it is an excellent ...

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  • Exercise Tutorial: How To Perform The Perfect Overhead Cable Bicep Curl

    <p>Now and then I will throw in this exercise at the end of a bicep workout or after deadlifts and heavy rows. I would not make it the bulk of your bicep workout due to the smaller range of motion and lower weights that have to be used; ...

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  • How To Stay Motivated In The Gym

    <p><span style="font-size: 12px"><span style="font-family: trebuchet ms, helvetica, sans-serif">If you&rsquo;re reading this article, it is probably safe to assume that you have at least some interest in improving your physique or athletic ...

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  • Improve Your Bench Press in 4 Weeks

    Whatever our goals, who doesn't want a bigger bench? Let's face it, it is the one lift that the general public knows about and will ask you about. Athletes and bodybuilders may not compete in any contest related to bench pressing but its ...

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  • Perfected Nutrient Timing - Intra-Workout

    It is common today to see people calculating their macros meticulously for their preworkout meal. But something that is constantly overlooked is our intraworkout nutrition.

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  • Meal Frequency

    Everyone but the most simple person knows that to get big the more frequently we eat the better. Where some suggest eating six times a day is a must, others will dismiss such individuals as not hardcore enough and aim for up to eight meals ...

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  • More Forgotten Exercises: More Exercises People Should Do But Don't

    Some of the best exercises are those which very few people perform. Check out our list of forgotten exercises that we think everyone should be doing!

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  • Most Common Body Building Mistakes!

    So many people fall victim to what seems like obvious bad practice. Read our advice on these easy tweaks to your bad habits and see some great results! Read on and see if you are guilty of some of these most common mistakes...

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  • Motivation

    <h2 style="text-align: center;">Looking for some motivation?! Have a browse through some of our favourite motivational images!</h2><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p style="text-align: center;"><img alt="Motivation " ...

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  • Motivational Tips Training Yourself to Get Up and Go

    Finding motivation to hit the gym might be one of the toughest things to do. Ironically, getting yourself to the training ground is in some cases harder than the workout itself.

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  • Muscle Activation During Chin-Ups And Pull-Ups

    Pull ups lats, chin ups biceps, right? Maybe it isn't as simple as all that...

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  • Essential Supplements For Endurance Athletes (Part 2)

    Part 2 - endurance athletes require a different package of supplements compared to bodybuilders or impact athletes. The best for endurance athletes are supplements which fuel the body for an extended period of time and speed recovery. So ...

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  • Our Meeting with Nick Mitchell, Europe's Ultimate Personal Trainer

    One of the great things about twitter is the way it allows us to communicate directly with leading authorities in the field and among those who we have followed, Nick Mitchell of Ultimate Performance (www.UPfitness.co.uk) caught my eye. ...

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  • Overtraining - Can you train too hard?

    <p><span style="font-family: trebuchet ms, helvetica, sans-serif"><span style="font-size: 12px">If you caught our recent <a href="http://blog.predatornutrition.com/2012/04/02/slow-down-your-reps-for-a-more-productive-workout/">blog ...

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  • Periodization: The Key To Success

    Is periodization part of your work out? If it isn't, it should be, and we explain why in this article.

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  • Power Training - What is it and why you should do it?

    Traditional bodybuilding training favours a style of lifting that is very deliberate and even paced avoiding the use of sudden movements or momentum. In practice what this means is that even if strength continues to go up as muscle mass ...

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  • Practical Ways To Increase Strength

    <p><span style="font-size: 12px"><span style="font-family: trebuchet ms, helvetica, sans-serif">Most people who go to the gym for strength training or muscle building share the same approach with their weightlifting. They may have a vague ...

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  • Exceeding Your Genetic Muscle Mass Potential

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