Body building

Bodybuilding refers to the act of building your muscles by exercising and weight training. It requires a good combination of workout regime and specific calorie intake with sufficient rest. Some people do it for recreation but there are professional bodybuilders who take up bodybuilding as a career. In bodybuilding, the size and shape of bodybuilders is more important than their physical strength, which is the main aspect of power lifting. That’s why body building requires specific techniques and workout programmes targeted to enlarge muscles. Here are a few tips for guaranteed muscle growth.  Under this section, you will find tips, articles, experts’ opinion and videos on how to tone your body and transform into a bodybuilder. You can find exercises and steps to tone a specific body part. For example, steps to build huge biceps, exercises for massive shoulders, overall body building exercise. You will also find information on bodybuilding training programmes followed by few inspirational personalities from Vin Diesel, Billy Garnon to Salman Khan and Arjun Kapoor.

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How important is protein for bodybuilding?
- Editorial Team
June 03, 2014 at 06:55pm
I am a 22-year-old male, and I am working out regularly for the past 2 weeks and now I want to concentrate more on my diet. How much protein should I …

How Arjun Rampal keeps fit!
- Pavitra Sampath
January 15, 2013 at 08:21am
Also known as the Greek God of the Hindi film industry, Arjun Rampal is one of those actors blessed with the right mix of good looks, a stunning body …

Whey Proteins: How safe are they?
- Editorial Team
October 05, 2012 at 05:08pm
We all know that proteins are what help us gain muscle. Proteins are great to repair sore muscles after an intense work out. But is …

Steroids can kill: Dark side of body building
- Admin
July 13, 2012 at 03:35pm
Twenty-eight-year-old Dev Luthra desired perfect six-pack abs before his marriage. An overdose of steroids promising to tone his physique in no time …

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