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Bodybuilder vs. Weightlifter vs. Powerlifter

Bodybuilder vs. Weightlifter vs. Powerlifter

When thinking about the different type of lifters and training – bodybuilders, weightlifters and powerlifters – we think it's much like a battle of the buffest. Each type of lifting program improves strength and size in its own way.

Which one is right for you? That's something you'll need to decide. Who knows, you may like to do some training from each of these areas to get the results you desire. Check out these videos to get a better idea of some of the different techniques and build each of these athletes have. We've also created a Bodybuilder vs. Weightlifter vs. Powerlifter Pinterest board

Which Type of Lifter Squats Longest?

As we mention above, there are differences between bodybuilders, weightlifters and powerlifters. Berlin Strength in Germany thought it would be fun to find out which type of lifter would last the longest in a squat session. Keep in mind, they are speaking German, but the subtitles are in English, when you press the Closed Captioning (CC) button. Let’s see who the winner is in this friendly squat session competition: one of the two powerlifters, the weight lifter or the bodybuilder. Who do you think it will be.

When Bodybuilders Meet Powerlifters

Join us with the crew from Berlin Strength Gym in Germany as bodybuilders train with powerlifters. The Bodybuilder Meets Powerlifter video below shows bodybuilders Harry Irorutola and Felix Valentino do a basic power lifting workout with powerlifters Thomas Faber and Romano Rengal. As bodybuilders, Harry and Felix workout to make their bodies look awesome, while powerlifting is more about extreme strength and power. In this video, they focus on powerlifting basics, including squats, deadlifts and benchpresses. Thomas and Romano also share several tips on proper powerlifting technique. Much like the video above, this one is spoken in German, but the subtitles are in English when you click on the CC button.

Deadlift Battle with a Bodybuilder, a Strongman and a Powerlifter

See how the deadlift is done with this friendly backyard battle between a bodybuilder, a powerlifter and a strongman. You'll see slightly different techniques as each competitor basically does the deadlift as they do in their training. Who will come out as the deadlift champion?

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Elliptical Training Workout Videos and Tips

Elliptical Training to Energize Your Workouts

We’re pumped about elliptical training. Not only do you get an incredible workout, but you also get total body muscle toning too. By increasing your stride length on an elliptical, you can burn more calories without feeling like it's more work. Whether you want to improve your fitness or shed some fat, elliptical training can help you achieve your goals.

You’ll find that there are many benefits to working out on the elliptical, such as lower joint stress than other exercises (i.e. running), greater muscle activation, more core muscle focus, posture improvement and better balance. Best of all, elliptical training saves you loads of time, since you're working both upper and lower body endurance, improving your cardiovascular fitness and tightening your core all at the same time. To give your workout a boost, we've gathered together a few YouTube videos, along with an awesome workout and we created a Pinterest board specifically for elliptical workouts.

Interval Training on the Elliptical

Get on the elliptical with musculoskeletal expert Rowan Ellis for an intense 10-minute interval-training workout. Throughout the workout, Rowan shares vital exercise techniques to put the most impact on your quadriceps and glutes, while keeping the stress off of your lower back and neck.

The exercise intervals include working hard for 40 seconds and increasing the speed for each interval. There is also a 20-second recovery phase between the work hard phases. After that, there are four build-up phases, where the resistance is turned up each time and there’s a 20-second recovery phase between each here as well.

Getting the Most out of Elliptical Training

There are a few common mistakes people tend to make when working out on an elliptical trainer. WINK News fitness expert Mike Drumm explains what those tendencies are and how to achieve maximum results from your elliptical workout. Some of the major slip-ups that can have the most impact on your elliptical workout include:

  • Incorrect or no age/weight information put into the machine
  • Improper form
  • Zero resistance
  • Not changing directions
  • Fail to switch up your workout routine


Gain insight regarding these trouble areas, as well as what you can do to maximize your elliptical workout and achieve the best results:

The Best of Both Worlds

There are times when two worlds collide and incredibly wonderful things happen. This is one of those times. By combining an elliptical workout with circuit training, you get an amazing workout that adds some spice to your training routine. We found this 40-Minute Elliptical + Circuit Workout on The Running Doc and thought you might like to check it out. After every five minutes on the elliptical, jump off to do an exercise using your own body weight. You can increase the intensity to fit your needs. The elliptical and circuit workout goes like this:

  • 5 Minutes Elliptical
  • 80 Jumping Jacks
  • 5 Minutes Elliptical
  • 30 Pushups
  • 5 Minutes Elliptical
  • 40 Mountain Climbers
  • 5 Minutes Elliptical
  • 1 Minute Plank
  • 5 Minutes Elliptical
  • 25 Squat Jumps
  • 5 Minutes Elliptical
  • 20 Lunges
  • 5 Minutes Elliptical

Elliptical Training and Workout Pinterest Board

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Bodybuilding Fitness and Tips Blog Success Stories

HGH.com's Bodybuilding and Fitness Tips Blog Receiving Great Reviews

We launched our Bodybuilding Fitness and Tips blog segment around five months ago, and really appreciate all of the great feedback and social shares we've received. But, we know we haven’t heard from everyone yet. We wanted to take this opportunity to welcome you to comment on your favorite HGH.com blog post, send us your suggestions and share our articles with your friends.

At HGH.com, we are committed to sharing and providing tips from athletes, bodybuilders and fitness trainers to help you achieve your personal fitness goals. Feel free to tell us about your training and bodybuilding achievements. We would also like you to share your HGH.com supplement success stories with us. Take a look back at the blog posts from the first several months and let us know what you think. Which ones helped you most?

We hope you’ve enjoyed these articles, videos and Pinterest boards filled with bodybuilding and fitness tips, and would love to know what you think. Please add your comments, experiences and suggestions with us in the comments section at the end of each article. Do you have a recommendation for an article you’d like to see in the future? Don’t be shy. Go ahead and include this in the comments section as well. Stay tuned and maybe you'll see your suggestions come to life on our blog in the months to come.




Maximize Your Leg Workout with High-Energy Bodybuilding Routines

Complete Leg Workout Routine and High-Energy Bodybuilding Exercises for Legs

How do you know if you're body is in ideal physical shape? It's not about having an Adonis upper body with toothpicks for legs. For bodybuilders and fitness competitors, as well as anyone who's passionate about having a fantastic physique, it has to be all about symmetry. So as you're admiring your buff biceps, six-pack abs and chiseled chest, check out your lower body as well. A solid leg routine hits all of the angles. Concentrate on building the muscles in your upper and lower legs, including the quadriceps, hamstrings, sartorius, tibialis anterior and calves.

We're excited to share a few comprehensive leg workout routines for you to try out. The first leg workout video primarily focuses on the legs, while adding some ab exercises as well, whereas the second video is dedicated solely to working out your legs. You'll want to read this legs workout post until the end to find out where you can go to see even more leg workout ideas with our Pinterest board.

Give Your Leg Workout a Boost

Get the low down on pumping up your legs with this complete leg workout video from bodybuilder and muscle building coach, Lee Hayward. Not only does he give you an awesome workout for your legs, but with his routine, you’ll also target your abs. Lee explains how to maximize your leg workout with these exercises:

  • Barbell Squats
  • Leg Presses
  • Calf Presses
  • Leg Extensions
  • Leg Curls
  • Standing Calf Raises
  • Walking Lunges
  • Decline Bench Sit-Ups
  • V-Ups

The Ultimate Leg Workout

Certified personal trainer and Nutrition & Wellness Specialist, Brad Gaines shares “10 Killer Leg Exercises for Your Leg Workouts” in this fitness video. Brad includes an excellent mix of leg exercises that focus on all of the leg muscles, especially the quads, hamstrings and calves. By including variety in your leg workout, you'll be more likely to have a nice even tone and shape to your legs. The leg exercises Brad demonstrates include:

    • Barbell Squats
    • Leg Presses
    • Calf Presses
    • Leg Extensions
    • Leg Curls
    • Standing Calf Raises
    • Walking Lunges
    • Decline Bench Sit-Ups
    • V-Ups

Plus, Brad includes a great reminder, “It is easy to get injured if you are not alert of yourself and those around you. Most important of all, keep your lower back as straight as possible and pick up the weight using your legs.”

HGH.com's Selection of Leg Workout Pinterest Pins

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HGH.com Presents Popular 2014 Bodybuilding Competition Videos

Bodybuilding Competition Finalists Videos to Get You Pumped-Up and Motivated

Looking for some inspiration to give you the extra push you need to achieve your bodybuilding goals? Then, we have just the thing for you! We’ve gathered a few videos from some of 2014's hottest bodybuilding competitions to get you motivated for the upcoming competitions and tournaments.

2014 IFBB Arnold Classic

Get a glimpse inside the 2014 IFBB Arnold Classic Men’s Open as RXMuscle presents a side-by-side look at Dennis Wolf and Shawn Rhoden posing for the judges, fellow competitors, cameras and spectators during the professional division competition. This video also shows a variety of poses that all five competitors achieve as they show every muscle fiber they’ve got.

Featured Video: In case you didn’t already know, Dennis Wolf won his first Arnold Classic, becoming the 2014 Arnold Classic Champion. Shawn Rhoden came in second place. Want to be a part of next year’s competition? Here are the details, along with an overview of this year’s winners: http://arnoldsportsfestival.com/arnold-classic/

Top 5 Posedown at the 2014 New York Pro Bodybuilding Championship

Big Ramy, Juan Diesel Morel, Jonathan Delarosa, Lionel Beyeke and Max Charles are the top 5 competitors in the 2014 New York Pro Bodybuilding Championship. They are all together on stage showing off every ripped muscle they’ve got for the posedown portion of this bodybuilding championship

Finalist Showdown Pose: Not sure who won this competition? Well, we’re here to tell you that Big Ramy is the winner of the 2014 New York Pro Bodybuilding Championship.

2014 IFBB Europa Show of Bodybuilding Champions

Take a look at the top 5 IFBB Pro Bodybuilders at the 2014 IFBB/NPC Europa Show of Champions Finals held in Orlando, Florida as they give it all they’ve got. Plus, you’ll see the award ceremony at the end of this video

Top 10 results for the 2014 IFBB Europa Show of Champions for Men’s Bodybuilding are:

  1. Justin Compton
  2. Jonathan Delarosa
  3. Fred Smalls
  4. Daniel Toth
  5. Eddy Wilson
  6. Ben White
  7. An Nguyen
  8. Marius Dohne
  9. Clarence DeVis
  10. Keith Williams

Get the latest schedule for more upcoming IFBB Pro Bodybuilding Championships around the world at http://www.ifbbpro.com/wp-content/uploads/image/2014/calendar/2014calendar.pdf. Which competition are you working toward

2014 Bodybuilding Competition Finalists Pinterest Board

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