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    Do you know what is Basics Of Bodybuilding?
    Bodybuilding is a sport of building muscle. Bigger and stronger is the name of the game. One of the great things about bodybuilding is that you can achieve great results with only very basic equipment and a few hours of training three to four times per week.

    The key to building bigger and stronger muscles is to keep progressively adding more and more weight over time. Building bigger muscles is about consistent regular training, eating properly, getting plenty of rest, and lots of weight at low repetitions.

    As a starting any new exercise program, is important a first check with your physician before starting a bodybuilding program. In the beginning is important that you start slow and learn proper technique. Time and time again professional body builders have said that technique is one of most important aspects of getting a good workout. It might be helpful to schedule a session with a professional trainer in the beginning so you start on the right track. If this is not an option for you there are various instructional books on the subject of bodybuilding. Above all take the time to learn proper technique.

    Lifting heavy weight damages muscle fibers. It is only when the muscles repair themselves that they grow larger and stronger. For this reason it is very important that each muscle group is given plenty of rest following each workout. This is why most body builders alternate muscle groups. For example, you might work on your back on Monday, your legs on Tuesday, your chest on Wednesday, and your arms on Friday. Most successful body builders will recommend that you not work a particular muscle group more than twice per week.

    The question may come up of whether it is best to use weight machines or free weights. The general consensus is that free weights are your best option for increasing muscle mass. Machines are typically used for isolating muscles and this is something that only professional body builders need to do before contest.

    The following are some basic exercises for the major muscle groups.




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    So clapping is the basic exercise for building muscle. Shit, I've been doing this all wrong.

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    Yes clapping is the key. OMG I cannot believe you didn't know.

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    Clapping?? fuk i just wasted a ton of money on this shake weight

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    Quote Originally Posted by natural1 View Post
    clapping?? Fuk i just wasted a ton of money on this shake weight
    lmao!

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    You guys still have it wrong. It's sychronized clapping with a group of 5 or more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMAWannabe View Post
    You guys still have it wrong. It's sychronized clapping with a group of 5 or more.

    chuckle to self

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    i think this thread should defo be made a sticky,... there so many people out there without any idea about the benefits of a solid clapping program

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    Quote Originally Posted by natural1 View Post
    Clapping?? fuk i just wasted a ton of money on this shake weight
    I'd rep you twice for this one if I could. That is some funny shit right there!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by troubador View Post
    So clapping is the basic exercise for building muscle. Shit, I've been doing this all wrong.
    LOOOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by assassin View Post
    LOOOL
    Looks like you failed on your 5th set. Nice workout, but you have more to go to get this right.

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