Monday, December 31, 2012

A Full Body Resistance Tube Workout

Equipment: Resistance Tubes

For best results do 3 sets of 8-12 repetitions for each exercise
- Chest -- Single arm chest press
- Legs -- Squats
- Back -- Rows and Assisted Pullups
- Biceps -- Bicep curls
- Triceps -- Over head extensions
- Shoulders -- Front rise -- Lateral rise
- Combo: Lunges w/shoulder press
- Combo: Bicep curls w/lateral rise

Friday, December 28, 2012

Protein to go. Protein Shots.

Easy to carry, easy to use. Liquid protein shots are your go to answer. At school, work, pre-workout, post-workout. This source of protein is your fast choice.


* Rapidly boosts energy levels.
* Delivers 20g of hydrolyzed liquid protein. Provides whey protein that delivers Branched Chain Amino Acids.
* Helps build lean muscle and support recovery when used to help you meet your daily protein requirements.
* Fat Free, 80 Calories.
* Tastes amazing!

EXT Chain - There's a New Silk Amino Acid (SAA) on the Block


Amino Acids – Performance, Energy, Muscle, Stamina, Recovery!

It's called CHAIN, and it represents the next monumental step forward in the 'PERFECT PROTEIN' for ENHANCED MUSCLE, ENDURANCE, AND RECOVERY!

By now, you've heard about Silk Amino Acids
("SAAs", for Short). They are the remarkable and innovative amino acid sequence – a chain of eighteen plus specific amino acids, and five in particular that in a precise sequence and precise ratio form a protein like never before. So powerful, so potent, so perfect for metabolization that they make the beloved BCAAs seem more outdated than disco.

(magnesium bound chelated glutamine for unrivaled RESULTS)

Glutamine - that well established amino acid that is so important it's encoded within human genetic code. Like everything else about CHAIN, the Glutamine used is light years ahead of its predecessors. CHAIN contains the only stabilized form of Glutamine - a compound called 'Magnesium Glycyl Glutamine'. Now, the promise of Glutamine can be fully realized for restoring plasma Glutamine levels, protecting Glutamine reserves, sparing lean muscle mass ... AND, putting you in an anabolic state, even after strenuous exercises!

CHAIN doesn't stop with the best-of-the-best Silk Amino acids and Magnesium Glycyl Glutamine, it contains Beta Alanine too! CHAIN utilizes the Japanese pharma-grade Beta Alanine under the CarnoSyn worldwide patented brand. Beta-Alanine is clinically important for buffering hydrogen ions, delaying onset of fatigue, and increasing workout duration and capacity. CarnoSyn has also been researched and shown to speed recovery and increase strength!

CHAIN is a remarkable blend of the breakthrough blend
of SILK AMINO ACIDS (SAAs), CarnoSyn (Beta-Alanine), Magnesium Glycyl Glutamine, and ENERGY! It is the ultimate evolution of the function of aminos. This unbelievable muscle building, strength conditioning, recovery formula serves as a standard for the ultimate athlete. Experience This Exact Sequenced Composition and Precise Ratio for optimal pro-anabolic results!

Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: 5 grams
Servings Per Container: 30

Amount Per Serving
Breakthrough Amino & Energy Blend (Proprietary) 4010mg
Caffeine (as Caffeine Anhydrous)
Beta-Alanine (as CarnoSyn)
Glutamine (as magnesium glycyl glutamine)

Other Ingredients: Citric Acid, Silica, Taurine, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Sucralose, Acesulfame-K, FD&C Red No. 40

Suggested Use: Please read entire label before use. Take one (1) serving (1 scoop) blended into 8oz of ice cold water, either before, during, or after workout, or as directed by a qualified healthcare practitioner. On non-training days, take one (1) serving (1 scoop) first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach, or as directed by a qualified healthcare practitioner.
Note: Manufacturers continually change product specifications. While we try our best to keep product descriptions up to date, they do not necessarily reflect the latest information available from the manufacturer. We are not responsible for incorrect or outdated product descriptions and/or images.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Is There a Silky Way to a Leaner, Healthier You? BPI Sports Introduces the First Silk Protein Supplement to the Market

Fat Burning Silk Peptides From Korean Labs: You Don't Even Have to Eat Worms to Gear Your Personal Energy-In-VS-Energy-Out Equation Towards Weight & Fat Loss

MusclePharm Get Swole Stack


Engineered by our elite medical team, which includes noted performance specialist, Eric Serrano, MD, and renowned industry researcher, Jeffrey Stout, PhD., ASSAULT contains several powerful, clinically-researched performance boosters, including creatine HCL, the latest breakthrough in creatine technology.

RECON™ is a unique, high-performance POST-WORKOUT REFUEL, REPLENISH, REBUILDING formula.* RECON™ was designed to maximize the most important phase of the athlete's total training program - the post-workout phase, what those in our game call the "anabolic window".* RECON was designed to provide hard training athletes with everything necessary to nourish recovery and growth from all angles.* Every facet of reconstruction nutrition is accounted for in this, our most comprehensive recovery formulation.*

COMBAT POWDER is MusclePharm's technologically advanced Protein Superfood. Athletes and Bodybuilders have long known that high-quality protein is the key to building and maintaining lean muscle, while supporting a healthy body composition and fueling fat loss.* Protein is the most important macronutrient for muscle growth, mass and power.* High-quality protein may support muscle growth, recovery, and the integrity and health of all body tissues.* Active bodies require MORE high quality protein for optimal performance - COMBAT POWDER was designed to meet that need.*

Armour V
Armor-V™ is a comprehensive blend of organics, herbals and natural ingredients, specifically formulated to feed your body with everything nature intended - and then some. Armor-V™ is loaded with pure vegetable and fruit derivatives, rich in antioxidants and system optimizers - to help you train hard, run clean, recover faster and improve performance every minute of your life.* This is truly the Athlete's Vitamin!
MusclePharm ZMA Max promotes deeper and more efficient sleep to support healing, tissue repair, anabolic hormone production, testosterone levels and muscle growth.* It delivers the benefits of precise dosages and ZMA ingredient ratios, and adds the synergistic effects of clinically-supported Fenugreek to promote the increase of free testosterone.  
BCAA 3:1:2
BCAA helps you: receive the BCAAs Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine in this patented ratio of 3:1:2, which may help promote muscle development and maintenance, increase lean body mass and support weight loss.* BCAAs are part of the group of essential amino acids a body needs. Our patented 3:1:2 ratio is designed to release specific amounts of each amino acid both before and after a workout. This may help provide support against muscle breakdown and lead to gains in body mass without losing weight.                     

Axis Labs Hemodraulix - Anabolic Hyper-Vasodilation System WIth Arachidonic Acid & NE2!

Anabolic Hyper-Vasodilation System WIth Arachidonic Acid & NE2! product to upregulate the nitric oxide producing enzyme Nitric Oxide Synthase (NOS). Upregulating NOS, combined with the most powerful Arginine on the planet, NE2® (Arginine Ethyl Ester Di-HCl) makes HemodrauliX™ substantially ahead of the entire Nitric Oxide category. Prepare yourself for even bigger pumps, more strength and deeper muscle stimulation. Additionally, HemodrauliX™ combines the power of Beta-Alanine to stimulate Carnosine production which reduces muscle fatigue while training. HemodrauliX™ feels so good you will never want to train without it. Put your training on a faster track and start supplementing with HemodrauliX™ today.
Let us quickly establish what HemodrauliX™ is not. HemodrauliX™ is not your run of the mill, knock-off NO supplement. Simply put, HemodrauliX™ delivers so much more than any other NO product has to date. It will change what the market expects nitric oxide products because it dominates the category to the point of supremacy. What we have unleashed is the largest breakthrough in Nitric Oxide supplementation since its induction to the fitness world a half a decade ago. There is much more to NO than just Arginine and we are unleashing this in a big way with HemodrauliX™.
What exactly is an Anabolic Hyper-Vasodilation System?
You may already know that Arginine is a precursor to Nitric Oxide. What you may not know is there are other factors involved that allow this process to happen. In the past, NO supplements were designed to flood your body with mass amounts of Arginine, which we actually did a great job of with NE2® by esterifying Arginine (Arginine Ethyl Ester Di-HCl). However, until now, there were not enough cofactors in your system to meet this enormous supply of Arginine thereby hindering the ultimate Nitric Oxide experience.
Nitric Oxide is a byproduct of Arginine being broken down in the body by an enzyme called Nitric Oxide Synthase (NOS). Your body only has a limited supply of NOS. Consequently, no matter how much Arginine you have flooded your system with, your NO will only be as high as the amount of NOS you have to break it down. We have a breakthrough way to create more of the key enzyme, NOS. The result…ridiculous pumps! We are talking pumps so big, they almost hurt. Excited yet?
How in the heck to did you do this? You might ask. The answer is the addition of a compound called Arachidonic Acid (AA). You may have seen AA in other products because it has so many benefits. But you have never seen it used this way before. AA has the ability to turn on (upregulate) NOS through a complex process. Once AA is released from the phospholipid layer of each muscle cell during exercise, it is rapidly converted to prostaglandins (PGE2). PGE2 upregulates the enzyme NOS creating the perfect environment for MASS Nitric Oxide production.
HemodrauliX™ is so powerful, we only suggest taking it once a day and no more than four to five times a week. The intense effects can be felt for days after use. No more choking down horse pills twice a day, everyday, all week. That method is over marketed, over rated and no longer necessary. By preserving NO cofactors, HemodrauliX™ will work harder for you, build much more muscle and for less money.
When we say build more muscle, we are not exaggerating. HemodrauliX™ caries a large anabolic component that is very noticeable after the first week of use. During beta-testing of HemodrauliX™, it was not uncommon to see 5 to 15 pounds of dense lean mass added within the first 30 days of use. It should also be mentioned that there is a respectable decrease in body fat. Lipolysis (Fat breakdown) is very noticeable, especially during training due to increased perspiration (you sweat like a pig!).
HemodrauliX is truly an anabolic breakthrough that you would never expect from an NO product. Grab your supply today and be on your way to a more muscular, harder physique. Demand more from your supplements. Demand Axis Labs®.
Component Breakdown
Arachidonic Acid
HemodrauliX™ is the first nitric oxide product ever to harness the power of Arachidonic Acid (AA). The powerful combo of AA and NO work together to ignite a cascading process that leads to pumps and endurance never before experienced by the bodybuilding and athletic world. Arachidonic Acid is the precursor to cell-signaling molecules called prostaglandins (PGE2). In addition to being highly anabolic, PGE2 works with Nitric Oxide to create massive vasodialation, feeding the muscles by increasing blood flow, oxygen and assisting with glucose uptake. You’ve heard supplement companies promise skin-bursting pumps before. Now it’s time to actually experience them.

NE2® (Arginine Ethyl Ester Di-HCl) is composed of an Arginine molecule that is esterified, making it less polar and therefore more resistant to chemical breakdown and easily absorbed in the digestive track. The ethyl ester also protects the Arginine molecule from rapid degradation and consequently makes it much more effective in smaller doses than other nitric oxide products. What does this really mean? More Arginine in your system to create Nitric Oxide.

Moreover, HemodrauliX™ is powered by the ultra popular Beta-Alanine. Once in your system, Beta-Alanine combines with Histidine to create high levels of intramuscular Carnosine. The Carnosine buffers hydrogen ions created during exercise, which are directly associated with muscle fatigue, weakness and physical exhaustion. This means while on HemodrauliX™ you'll be able to train harder and stronger with less fatigue and faster recovery. If you feel tingling on thin areas of skin like your earlobes, don’t freak out! That’s the Beta-Alanine at work.

Liquid Softgels
Supplement Facts
Serving Size6Liquid Softgels
Servings Per Container30

Amount Per Serving% DV**

Sesame Seed Oil4,170mg
HemodrauliX™ (Proprietary Blend)3,000mg
NE2® (Arginine Ethyl Ester Di-HCL), Beta-
Alanine, Di-Arginine Malate, Arginine

Arachidonic Acid (40% In A Proprietary Fatty Acid/oil Blend)

** Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
† Daily Value (DV) not established
Other Ingredients
Kosher Gelatin, Glycerin, Beeswax, Purified Water, Lecithin, And Titanium Dioxide.
Directions: As a dietary supplement, take 6 capsules 30 minutes prior to exercise. For best results, do not take more than once a day or more than 5 times a week. Supplement daily with a mulitvitimans while using HemodrauliX™.  Warnings: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. This product is not intended for anyone under the age of 18, pregnant or nursing. Consult your physician before using this or any dietary supplement. Do not take this product if you have any medical condition and/or are taking any prescription medication(s). Do not use if you have, or at risk of, a myocardial infarction (heart attack), diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, arthritis, cancer, heart disease, stroke, or suffering for any inflammatory diseases, or are on a red meat restricted diet. Discontinue use if experiencing any adverse side effects.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Optimum Gold Standard 100% Casein

Sometimes slower is better - especially when it comes to the rate of protein digestion. While rapid protein absorption is desirable immediately before or after exercise, delayed release is probably more beneficial throughout the remainder of the day.

Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Casein Protein Powder, Creamy Vanilla, 4 Pound

Casein proteins are pH sensitive and gel in the acidic environment of the stomach. As a result, it can take more than twice as long for caseins to be broken-down into their amino acid subcomponents than whey and other proteins. Because of their unique time-released qualities, caseins are aptly described as anti-catabolic or muscle-protecting proteins.

Rapid protein use is desirable immediately before and after exercise to help refuel recovering muscles, but delayed digestion and absorption may be more beneficial at other times-including bedtime when your body typically goes for hours without food. Casein proteins are acid sensitive and tend to thicken in the stomach. Because of this, it can take more than twice as long for our Gold Standard 100% Casein to be broken down into its amino acid subcomponents than other proteins. By blending premium micellar and calcium caseins, we've created a protein formula that's truly time-released.

Beyond The Basics

  • 24 g Instantized Blend of SLOW-DIGESTING CASEIN-Based Proteins
  • Rich in Highly Anti-Catabolic MICELLAR CASEIN
  • Over 9 g of BCAAs, Glutamine, and Glutamine Precursors per Scoop
  • AMINOGEN Enhanced
Note: Nutritional Profile Varies Slightly By Flavor

100% Casein Protein

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Plans for Your Homemade T-Handle for Kettlebell Swings

  1. one 3/4" pipe Tee fitting
  2. one 3/4" x 12" pipe nipple for the vertical shaft(a pipe nipple is a piece of pipe, threaded at both ends)
  3. two 3/4" x 4" pipe nipples for the "horns", or better, one 3/4" x 8" nipple cut in half
  4. one 3/4" floor flange

 Hungarian Core Blaster


Note to Self:

Forget the past.
Don’t worry about the future.
Focus on the present.



Monday, December 24, 2012

Caboki Hair Loss Concealer

Below is from the manufacturer:

What It Is


Caboki is not what you think it is.
It is neither paint-like nor shoe polish-like hair product invented in the 80s (of last century).
It is like nothing you have used before.
Caboki is a breakthrough product for hair loss sufferers that
  • Instantly eliminates bald spots or appearance of thinning hair.
  • Gives you a perfectly natural look. No one will know you're using Caboki unless you tell them - even if they get a close up view, outdoor, under bright sun light.
  • Last all day, all night, through wind, rain and sweat.
  • Will not smear or stain your skin or clothing.
  • Works for both men and women.
Unlike ordinary products on the mass market, Caboki is a professional grade product:
  • Made of natural fibers from plants, safe even for sensitive scalp.
  • Bonds to hair more securely, does not require specially-made spray to glue fibers to your hair.
  • Free of animal ingredients, synthetic dyes, fillers and preservatives.

How Caboki Works

  • Thinning area Thinning area
  • Fibers adhere to your hair Fibers adhere to your hair
  • Fibers adhere to your hair Hair becomes thicker
When you sprinkle Caboki into a thinning area of your hair, the fibers automatically cling to your hair like millions of tiny magnets. Each thin wisp of your hair instantly becomes thicker and fuller, eliminating those embarrassing thinning areas.
No more flashes of shiny scalp showing through where there should only be hair!

Caboki All-Natural Ingredients

Unlike similar products, Caboki is totally natural.
There are no synthetic dyes or chemicals, no artificial fillers and preservatives, and no animal ingredients. The fibers in Caboki are not synthetic, man-made fibers cooked up in a lab. Instead, Caboki fibers are taken from plants, courtesy of Mother Nature.
Even the most sensitive of scalps will be completely comfortable with Caboki.
But with ordinary hair loss concealers?
Well, let's just say that there are reports of itchy, rash-blotchy scalps out there - not surprising considering the glob of unnatural, man-made chemicals, dyes and glues.
Moroccan Gossypium Herbaceum plant
Caboki's Natural Plant Fibers Closely Mimic Human Hair Caboki hair replacement fibers are made from a plant called Moroccan Gossypium Herbaceum. It's a variety of cotton (also known as Levant cotton) that grows only in the arid regions of Morocco.
Why do we insist on using only this particular plant sourced only from this exotic, faraway locale?
Simply because it's the best available. Nothing on earth is more suited for our purpose.
That's because the fibers from this plant have surface optical properties very similar to human hair. Just one of the reasons that no one will know that you're using Caboki unless you decide to tell them. Caboki looks that natural.
But the Gossypium Herbaceum provides another great benefit. The fibers of this plant carry a negative electrical charge. Human hair is positively charged. The result is a bonding through natural electromagnetic forces no special spray glue required.
In fact, Caboki bonds to your hair 200% stronger than the hair building fibers used by our competitors.
french ochre Naturally occurring mineral colorants
Natural, Mineral-Based Colorants From Mother Nature Both the hair you've lost and the hair you have remaining were given their coloring by nature. Doesn't it make sense to use a hair replacement product that also uses natural ingredients for coloring?
After all, using harsh, artificial dyes can yield a garish, unnatural look. But using nature's natural colorings quite logically yield soft, very natural looking tones.
So we start with virgin Moroccan Gossypium Herbaceum. Its natural coloring is grayish white. And then we use our natural colorants to dye the fibers into the full range of colorings found in human hair.
And here we reap another benefit from our exotic Moroccan cotton. Thanks to the micro-structure of Gossypium Herbaceum, its fiber can easily be dyed with mineral-based colorants - iron oxides for example, harvested from nature, as shown on the right.
Our competitors use wool fibers in their products. But wool is difficult to dye. Before you can even begin to dye wool, it must first be processed with harsh chemicals (bleaches). Then it's dyed with the synthetic pigments used in human hair coloring the same synthetic dyes that many health experts now caution against using.
But for your health and for a more natural appearance, we deliberately chose fiber sources that do not require synthetic dyes.
The result? Caboki is the ONLY 100% natural hair building fiber on the market. It is free of synthetic dyes, fillers, preservatives and animal derivatives. It is hypoallergenic completely safe to use on even the most sensitive scalps.
Caboki new formulation and ingredients had applied registration with the FDA, which recently granted Caboki the registration # 1091011.

Vince Del Monte's Muscle Building Diet Daily Ritual

Vince Del Monte No Nonsense channel

Sunday, December 23, 2012

How Testosterone is Produced.


Testosterone production in the testicles and its manly effects on the body are regulated by a complex system.

POSITIVE PATHWAYS for testosterone production and action


Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) is released from the hypothalamus in the brain and travels to the pituitary gland, where it stimulates the release of luteinizing hormone (LH).


The pituitary gland releases LH. LH enters the bloodstream and travels to the Leydig cells in the testicles, where it stimulates the production of testosterone.


Leydig cells in the testicles produce testosterone from cholesterol. Testosterone is released into the blood vessels and travels to the muscles to increase muscle mass and to other sites to influence masculinization and other effects.

NEGATIVE PATHWAYS for inhibiting testosterone and increasing estrogen actions


LH inhibits GnRH release from the hypothalamus, so does testosterone and estrogen on a negative feedback loop. This ultimately leads to lower testosterone production by the testicles.


Testosterone also can be converted to estrogen by the aromatase enzyme. Estrogen then can cause gynecomastia (development of breast tissue in males) and an increase in bodyfat.
T-TIME. Andrich, Vince. Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; Feb 2004, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p104, 6p


Friday, December 21, 2012

Get Ripped with Charles Poliquin's Meat and Nut Breakfast

Tea, coffee or herbal infusions are permissible, Milk and juice or other liquids are not allowed.

Day 1
• 1-2 Buffalo meat patties
• 1 handful of macadamia nuts

Day 2
• 1 large venison steak
• 1 handful of cashew nuts

Day 3
• 1-2 Lean turkey burgers
• 1 handful of almonds

Day 4
• 2 lean ground beef patties
• 1 handful of brazil nuts

Day 5
• 2 chicken breasts
• 1 handful of hazelnuts


Thursday, December 20, 2012

So you want to be a personal trainer.

Here are some links to help

10 Steps to Become a Personal Fitness Trainer

Become a Personal Trainer - Basic steps for becoming a trainer How to be a Personal Trainer

Average Starting Salary for NASM CPT is $42k. Enroll Today!

How to Make Your Own Energy Drink


* 32 oz water (1/2 gallon)
* Water enhancer (like calorie-free Mio) to taste
* 1/3 tsp table salt (sodium chloride)
* 1/4 tsp potassium chloride powder
* 1 tsp liquid vitamin B complex
* 4 tbsp agave nectar

Combine all ingredients, shake, and chill before serving.
(Makes 4 servings)

Source Citation (MLA 7th Edition)
Caputo, Matt. "All the right moves: use these quick fixes to optimize and improve every part of your life." Men's Fitness Dec. 2012: 80+. Academic OneFile. Web. 20 Dec. 2012.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

BroScience Approved Muscle Pharm and Beast Creatines


Revolutionary USPlabs 3-in-1 Shaker Cup.
Fill-N-Go Funnel.
Capsule/Tablet Case Built Into Leak-Proof Lid. Mixing Mesh.
Powder Compartment With Lid.
Engineered to hold Jack3d? ModernBCAA or your powder of choice. Easily turn an ordinary bottle of water into your favorite drink for total domination! Patented Technology. 25oz. BPA Free.

Get Ripped with Marc "The Machine" Lobliner's New MTS Drop Factor

MTS Nutrition Drop Factor - The X Factor in fat loss has arrived!
The Fat Burner You Have Been Waiting For. No Fluff. No BS. Just proven results.

What in the world are you taking? Looking at the fat burners you have in your pantry, I am sure we can all say the same thing about the fat burners. Underdosed, proprietary blends that lead us to wonder what exactly we are taking. And the Latin names, wow! I actually looked up an ingredient from a well known fat burner and it literally translates to “Orange Tree”. No, not a special orange tree in Taiwan or a special extract from an orange tree, but actual ORANGE TREE! Like the ones you find in Florida that make that awesome juice. Well, orange juice is great and all, but will it cause fat loss?

As someone who wants results from a fat burner and the ability to control dosing to yield tremendous, tangible results above and beyond any fat burner in existence. A fat burner with ingredients you can look at, understand, and also KNOW that the dosing is scientifically validated. After years of researching and testing the most effective compounds in existence, MTS Nutrition CEO Marc Lobliner butted heads with some of the greatest science minds in the industry to create what they feel is the best fat burner for results, period. Drop Factor™ is here. FAST Fat loss; long-lasting, 12+ hour energy and TARGETED fat loss are the things that Drop Factor does better than any other fat burner ever seen, period. Are you ready for RESULTS?

The ingredients are max dosed with one caveat, Yohimbine HCl. Yohimbine HCl in its full dosing in Drop Factor, 2.5mg per serving, is usually very well tolerated. Some can take more, some less. Studies show that the effective dose is .2mg per kilogram of bodyweight per day—that is a LOT of Yohimbine HCl and too much for some people. Also, while the max dose of the other ingredients covers a wide range of weights and the two genders, Yohimbine HCl, being weight dependent, requires a varying degree of dosing and also, you need to ease into the higher dose moreso than other fat burning agents to assess tolerance. This is why EthiTech Nutrition, MTS Nutrition’s sister company, has a Yohimbine HCl so once you reach the maximum two capsules of Drop Factor two times per day, you can still adjust dosing by simply adding in Yohimbine HCl. It is the most though out fat loss system ever created!

Cocoa (Theobroma Cacao) Extract (Bean) standardized to 10% Theobromine: 500mg
Not only does this help decrease appetite and increase fat burning, it also acts as a vasodilator and diuretic (1). Not only will it aid in fat loss, but it will also provide that extra bloodflow and PUMP, a welcome effect while losing fat, alongside the reduction in nasty, excess water weight! Even cooler, it has even been linked to having an aphrodisiac effect! (2) All of this alongside a smooth, controlled stimulant release similar to caffeine make it a must have in any fat burner and with this adequate, no BS dosing, look out!

Caffeine: 250mg
The granddaddy of them all, Caffeine is the world’s most widely used stimulant (4). Caffeine is a Central Nervous System (CNS) stimulant that has been shown to reduce fatigue as well as mobilize fatty acids resulting in fat loss. (5)

Cayenne Pepper 40HU (Fruit): 150mg
Cayenne pepper increases thermogenesis (fat loss) by dilating blood vessels and increasing blood circulation. This helps to transport fatty acids and be BURNED! Cayenne Pepper is also use to aid digestion and relieve pain. (6)

Coleus Forskohlii Extract (Root) supplying 20% Forskolin (25mg): 125mg
Forskolin is the powerful active found in the herb Coleus forskohlii and can help increase lean mass (build muscle) and decrease fat mass (burn fat). Forskolin activates the enzyme adenylate cyclase, which increases cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) levels. The increase in cAMP activates hormone-sensitive lipase (HSL) which breaks down stored triglycerides (bodyfat) and releases fatty acids so they can be oxidized and body fat can be decreased.

Forskolin helps to increase the release of fatty acids from fat tissue allowing them to be burned for energy, leading to a decrease in body fat. (8)

Forskolin is also believed to have thyroid stimulating properties. Thyroid hormones are responsible for your metabolism. I have even known MANY fitness competitors who use this herb instead of harsh, prescription thyroid medications (when no pre-existing medical condition is present). Increasing thyroid output will accelerate your metabolic rate and lead to increased fat loss. (8)

To make things even more awesome, Forskolin may increase testosterone levels in men, but not negatively affect sex hormones in women. When on decrease calories, this can be A GREAT SIDE EFFECT and can also help explain how Forskolin prevents muscle wasting! (9)

Forskolin is a vasodilator. Blood flow is VITAL for fat loss as blood flow to fat tissue, especially stubborn fat areas, is vital to the transportation of fatty acids to areas where they can be burned and can help Yohimbine HCl (explained later) do it’s dirty work!

SyneLEAN™ Blend (containing Synephrine and Methylsynephrine): 45mg
Synephrine is found in the Citrus aurantium fruit. This fruit has been used for hundreds of years. Synephrine can increase metabolic rate and thermogenesis without any side effects on blood pressure or cardiovascular health. An increased metabolic rate means more calories are burned. Synephrine increases the body’s ability to metabolize stored body fat as well as a decrease in appetite. (10), (11)

Methylsynephrine is simply synephrine with a methyl group attached. Thus, it is absorbed very efficiently and we have found that our proprietary blend of the two forms of Synephrine leads to optimal appetite suppression and energy.

PolyphORAC Blend
(Grape Skin Extract [Seed and Skin], Blueberry Extract [Fruit], Raspberry Powder [Fruit], Cranberry Powder [Fruit], Prune Powder [Fruit], Cherry Powder [Fruit], Bilberry [Fruit] and Bilberry Extract [Fruit], Strawberry Powder [Fruit], Broccoli Extract [Whole], Spinach Powder [Whole], Tomato Powder [Whole], Carrot Powder [Whole], Onion Powder [Whole]): 25mg

Not only are antioxidants a pivotal component to overall health and wellness, but they also decrease the production of triglycerides thus decreasing fat storage and enhancing fat loss.

Anti-oxidants also increase fat used for energy during exercise, thus causing your body to burn more fat DURING exercise.

The PolyphOrac Blend was designed to contain a high amount of the anti-oxidants research shows to have a fat loss effect.

Vinpocetine: 5mg
Vinpocetine increases circulation and blood flow to the brain. This aids in the transport of fatty acids to be burned. Vinpocetine also helps with mental and cognitive enhancement. (12-49)

Black Pepper Fruit Extract (Bioperine): 5mg
Bioperine is a patented product from Sabinsa Corporation, U.S. Patents No. 5,536,506; 5,744,161; 5,972,382; 6,054,585.

Based on clinical data, having Bioperine in the digestive system with supplemented nutrients results in enhanced absorption. Studies show that when Bioperine is taken with other nutrients, it significantly increases the absorption of those nutrients. On its own, it may enhance the body's natural thermogenic activity and assist the digestive system with supplemented nutrients, resulting in enhanced absorption.

Yohimbine HCl: 2.5mg
Yohimbine is an alpha2 receptor antagonist and known to help LOSE FAT from PROBLEM AREAS like hips and thighs for women and lower back and love handles in men. This is VERY IMPORTANT as this is the variable we play with….

Yomhimbine blocks the alpha2 receptor, the receptor responsible for stubborn fat areas, from being activated. By blocking the alpha2 receptor with Yohimbine, the negative feedback caused by NE binding to the alpha receptors is reduced and fatty acid from those stubborn areas are released and now able to be burned. Yohimbine has been shown to increase fat loss by increasing the amount of lipid mobilization and oxidation and blood flow to adipose tissue due to alpha2 antagonism. So Yohimbine addresses two of the fat burning principles we are trying to address: alpha2 receptor action and blood flow. The presence of low insulin found on insulin controlling diets like makes Yohimbine work OPTIMALLY!

Thus, Drop Factor contains only 2.5mg Yohimbine HCl per serving. BUT, but adding in EthiTech Yohimbine HCl at the dosing needed for you, you will get the best results possible! The scientific dose is to work up to 0.2mg per kilo of bodyweight per day. This would be 18mg for a 200lb person. This would be a LOT in the formula, thus we give you this option and it allows you to work up to this dose. (50-109)

What about TRUTH TO LABEL!?!? Illegal Substances, Recalls?!

I have also heard of many effective fat burners removed from the market for having adulterated and/or ILLEGAL contaminants in their formulas, such as ADD medication, illegal amphetamines and even mislabeling for international shipping. Well, with Drop Factor you get what is on the label. Assurance guaranteed by…

With this assurance, each ingredient is tested going in for efficacy, microbials and truth to label. If your product does not have this on the label, don’t trust it! Not only will you burn tons of fat and feel great, but you will know what your are taking to help achieve that goal—nuff said!

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Monday, December 17, 2012

Hit Your Muscles from All Angles with Ironman Positions of Flexion

Each muscle is hit from a midrange, stretch and contracted position.

 Workout A:
Squats or Leg Press 2 x 8-12
Sissy Squats 1 x 8-12
Leg Extensions 2 x 8-12

Stiff legged deadlifts 2 x 8-12
Leg curls: 2 x 8-12

Standing calf raise 2 x 12-20
Seated calf raise 2 x 12-20

Bench Press 2 x 8-12
Incline Dumbbell Press 2 x 8-12
Flyes 1 x 8-12
Dips 1 x 8-12

Barbell curls 2 x 8-12
Incline Dumbbell Curls 2 x 8-12
Concentration Curls 2 x 8-12

Workout B:

Chins or Lat Pulldowns 2 x 8-12
Pullover 2 x 8-12
Bent over rows or Cable row: 2 x 8-12

Standing barbell Press 2 x 8-12
One Arm Cable lateral 2 x 8-12
Seated dumbbell lateral 2 x 8-12

Barbell or Dumbbell Shrugs 2 x 8-12

Close Grip Bench Press 2 x 8-12
Overhead Extensions 2 x 8-12
Dumbbell Kickbacks 2 x 8-12

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