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Yahont

Master Kettlebells and Dumbbells – Interview with Yahont (Part 1)

I’m proud to present you the first part of my exclusive interview with a strongman and my fellow countryman Yahont in my free translation. This man is inspirational. Now you are able to read his story and to know the principles that lie behind his training. And you know what? The main principles are the same: consistency, determination, perseverance etc. Are you interested? Then read on. Continue reading

Boost Your Fat Loss

Burpee Challenge: Boost Your Fat Loss

The summer is on and everybody takes their clothes off. It’s perfect time to show your precious guns and abz on the beach. It’s heaven for all those gym rats who were ‘pumping’ and ‘toning’ their skinny chicken muscles all winter and spring. But what about those people who were working hard in the gym but were following conventional bulking routine and became big and strong but fat? And what about people that just want to get in shape or to see finally their abz? I have simple and effective solution that will burn fat and will make you lean fast if you will be consistent enough. Read on. Continue reading

Full-Body Routines, Auto-Regulation, Squats and Deadlifts Q&A

John GrimekRecently I received some e-mails from readers of RoughStrength.com with questions and I thought it might be useful to share the answers with all the audience. So here it is.

Rough Strength Questions and Answers:

“Hi, Alex!

So you believe in whole body programs over split routines yourself correct? I do not believe you can split bodyparts up period and I do not know who came up with them but in the old days that is all the old timers did and they were stronger, more powerful, better conditioned, and much more healthier back in those days then today?” Continue reading

Power Bar Talk with Edward of BarStarzz

Edward of BarStarzzLook at this man. This is Edward. He is founder of the Barstarzz. I was lucky enough to interview him this morning (actually, it was deep evening in New York City). He trains exclusively with his own bodyweight. He is strong as he looks. He performs amazing feats of strength, agility, balance etc. How this man was able to build such an amazing physique exclusively with his bodyweight? Because calisthenics work. And he’s not the only one. Look at other BarStarzz’s athletes. They look AND perform totally awesome. It’s not genetics. It’s consistency and perseverance. These things build such great strength and such great bodies. I’m really sick and tired of people that say something like “Oh! I need gym membership to become strong and fit” or “Oh! I don’t have time to train”. Seriously? Forget your excuses and go train! How can you train with your own bodyweight, get superstrong and achieve such amazing body? Read on. Continue reading

The Best Exercise for Huge Legs

Tom Platz

It seems that nobody likes to train legs nowadays. People in commercial gyms can do several things:

– socialize

– bench

– work their biceps

– work their abz

– work their biceps from different angle

– work their abz some more with the faith to see them someday and etc.

It’s a HUGE mistake to neglect legs in your training. Legs are 60% of your body. Training legs is a fast track to getting big (remember 20-rep routines?). Anyway, who wants those toothpicks? Why not to have the entire package? Legs must be trained as hard as the rest of your body. It’s a no-brainer.

Look at the picture above. This is Tom Platz. He was possessor of the most impressive legs in bodybuilding (and by ‘bodybuilding’ I mean those times when it was a sport of masculinity, beauty and grace).

How did he manage to obtain such legs? He had one secret exercise in his arsenal. Continue reading