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In Worms, Germany, Firefighters spent three hours trying to cut a man’s penis free from a free weight plate. A very painful problem. WTF I hear you say. It was a 2.5kg weight according to the firefighter’s report on their Facebook page which has a photo of the plate in question as below. The man did what he did for whatever reason, went to hospital asking for assistance in removing the plate, and the hospital then…

Anyone who wants to increase their lean body mass may have asked “Do I need to lift heavy weights to build muscle mass?” Most people have heard that building muscle mass requires lifting heavy weights. Bodybuilders struggle to lift increasingly heavy weights until they are exhausted. Weight lifting and bodybuilding in general are not for the faint of heart. Most trainers and fitness experts tell their students that lifting heavy weights with low repetitions…

A lot of women continue to go for cardio exercise over weights. They are probably concerned about “bulking up”. Girls have observed several too many beefy guys grunting in the weight area and have a fear that they will instantly begin to look like them. There are in fact many benefits of weight training for women. For most females, turning into a she-hulk from lifting weights seriously isn’t achievable. Females have too much oestrogen within their hormonal makeup for this to…

Staying in shape is no easy business. A lot of people choose to diet to stay healthy, foregoing French fries in favor of broccoli or kale, or replacing white rice with brown. But in addition to always keeping an eye on what you are eating, you also need to develop and maintain a workout schedule. It can be hard to find the time to get all of the working out done that you want to. Many…

Proper weight training is important if you are a woman working out; if you make a point of just focusing on cardio exercise you are not getting the benefit of a full and complete workout. Weight Training for Women – The FAQs Some of the questions that women ask most frequently about weight training and weight loss are as follows: 1.) Will weight training make my body muscular? Most women of course, do…

There are a lot of widely accepted rules and methods when it comes to weight training, most of us go along with them without giving it a second thought, eg. 3 sets of 10-12 reps is the best way to build muscle and don’t forget to tighten your abdominals when you’re lifting too. Here are just a few of the most common weight training myths. Workout Myths – The Most Common Weight Training Lies…

Many of us go through this at the gym on a regular basis, we become increasingly frustrated as a group of people chat away their experiences of the day on a piece of equipment for fifteen minutes while you are waiting to use it, or someone is standing directly in front of the barbell rack doing tiny lateral raises when you want to get at the really big weights, or casuals using equipment like pieces of…

The Effect of Antioxidant Intake When Building Your Body Unless you have been living under a rock your whole life, you’ve heard about the amazing health benefits of antioxidant rich foods. These free-radical fighting antioxidants help your body to battle cancer, heart disease, and a ton of other degenerative diseases. On top of that, they also help you look and feel more youthful by slowing down your ageing process. Well guess what else? They also help…

Your legs are your foundations and hard heavy leg especially through squats will transform your physique making your body stronger than you ever imagined. However, hard heavy leg training is brutal and that’s why the majority of the masses run for the hills and don’t achieve Ultimate Body Success. Leg training is simple in many ways but at the same time has many subtle technical and psychological nuances that make it very challenging and often…

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