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Weight Lifting: Protein Powder

Posted by Saito on March 27, 2009

I have been taking this protein powder for about four months now and I am seeing some surprising results, it really works!!

Q & A

Really? It works? How does it work?

The protein powder I have been taking for the past four months is called “Night Trainer”. It’s a special chocolate flavored drink your only supposed to take before bed time. Its supposed to help you regain energy after a work out, you don’t tire as easy when you lift weights.

Alright I’ll take your word on that, how do I take it?

It comes with a special scooper already, you take a single heaping amount of Night Trainer into your cup. Add some milk stir it in and drink it. Its a really sticky mixture and can freeze like cement on your spoon, so just be aware =D.

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It has great flavor, I have not been disappointed with it the benefits have been great!! You may start to see better results after about two weeks (and a bit more definition with your muscles)

You can get it here: Night Trainer

Well that’s it for now, stay tuned for the next update =D.

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Weight Lifting For Teens: For Girls Part 1

Posted by Saito on February 16, 2009

Now normally girls do not want a bulky muscular form, and since I know this I will only be showing off techniques that will merely firm your muscles girls and not bulk them up…

Girl Weight Lifting

So then lets get started! (AND REMEMBER! Always do at least three sets of fifteen reps per workout)

1. Dumbbell Triceps

Dumbbell Triceps

2. Curls

Curls

3. Crunches

Crunches

Lift you’re legs up in the air, place your arms behind your head. Squeeze into your legs using your abs. Complete a set of fifteen reps, do at least three sets of fifteen reps.

4. Squats

Squats

Keep legs apart, hands at you’re hips. Squat down using your leg muscles, then lift up and squeeze your gluteal (buttock) muscles. Do at least three sets of fifteen reps.

5. Dumbbell Lateral Raises

Dumbbell Lateral Raises

Place you’re arms at your sides. Lift up evenly like a bar straight up to you’re shoulders, then back down. Complete three sets of fifteen reps.

These are basic weight lifting routines for those girls just starting out, stay tuned for the next round of routines 😀

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