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Endurance Workout Training Videos and Tips

Endurance Workouts to Increase Your Energy and Stamina

Do you participate in an endurance sport or just want to improve your staying power? By adding high-intensity interval training, such as endurance workouts, to your routine, you can increase stamina, build muscle and burn fat. As you use all of your body's major muscles simultaneously, you boost your metabolism, which fuels weight loss. To reach your optimal level of performance, you need to make sure to maintain proper hydration, keep up your protein intake, improve your warm ups, increase strength training and get the right supplementation.

We want to see you go the distance, so we explored all of the incredible information out there to find some great ways to help you improve your aerobic and anaerobic endurance. While aerobic exercises improve your body's oxygen consumption and enlist slow-twitch muscles to be active for sustained periods of time, anaerobic exercises do not require oxygen to generate force and use fast-twitch muscles for short periods of time. Ideally every athlete wants a good balance of aerobic and anaerobic endurance. To give you the motivation you need to go faster and farther than ever before, we put together a few videos along with a Pinterest board dedicated to endurance workouts

Elevating Your Endurance

Where does your strength come from? How about your determination and drive? We know you can do it. Now, you just need to make sure YOU know you can do it. Simply believe in yourself, do your best and you’ll be amazed at what you can accomplish.

The finale of BeFit's Max Strength Series is this 40-minute total-body endurance-training workout that is a unique combination of interval training, weight training and plyometric moves, along with some Yoga- and Pilates-inspired body weight exercises.

To get started, you’ll need some equipment:

  • Bench
  • Medicine Ball
  • Set of Dumbbells
  • Yoga Mat


Don’t forget to have a bottle of water and a towel nearby to stay hydrated while completing this routine, which includes the following exercises:

  • Air Ball
  • Bear Crawl
  • Bulgarian Split Squat
  • Burpee Broad Jumps
  • Butt Kicks
  • Dumbbell Push Press
  • Dumbbell Snatch
  • Dumbbell Sumo Dead Lift
  • High Knees
  • Hollow Hold
  • Jumping Goblet Squat
  • Lunge to Twist
  • Medicine Ball Flutter Kicks
  • Medicine Ball Mountain Climbers
  • Medicine Ball Sit Ups
  • Medicine Ball Slam
  • Medicine Ball Wood Chop
  • Tricep Dips

This endurance workout ends with some much needed stretching. Do you feel the burn?

Improve Your Endurance and Agility

Ready to take your endurance farther than ever before? Fitness Blender’s Sport Endurance and Agility Workout video will help you get there. They've created an excellent workout for increasing stamina, improving speed and enhancing agility. This workout includes two rounds of eight different exercises with 16 repetitions of each exercise.

Before you do this workout video, be sure to warm up, and when the video is over cool down.

  1. Lateral Hops
  2. Squat Jumps
  3. Ventral Hops
  4. Burpees
  5. Lateral Jumps
  6. Jumping Lunges
  7. Agility Dots
  8. Mountain Climbers

Taking Endurance to the Extreme

Watch D.O.C. (Team Wingate) do some extreme endurance training with this exceptionally challenging 120-repetition superset. From holding his 195-pound friend to multiple sets of dips on the parallel bars to behind-the-head pull-ups with a wide grip, D.O.C. really runs the gamut with this endurance workout.

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Powerlifting Inspiration and Motivation

HGH.com Presents Powerlifting Inspiration and Motivation

Achieving your dreams can be a challenging journey and sometimes feels like an uphill battle. Whether you're just getting in to bodybuilding or you're a seasoned powerlifter, you sometimes need an extra boost to get you motivated to forge ahead. For you, we've put together some inspirational powerlifting videos and pins to give you the encouragement you need to dream bigger and achieve more.

Don’t Let Anything Stop You

Where does your strength come from? How about your determination and drive? We know you can do it. Now, you just need to make sure YOU know you can do it. Simply believe in yourself, do your best and you’ll be amazed at what you can accomplish.

Get inspired by this motivational video from MuscleFactory Dark that shows powerlifters achieving greatness. Throughout the video you’ll see some amazing feats and you’ll hear words of encouragement.

Feel the Power

We looked high and we searched low for some great inspiration, and we stopped in our tracks when we found this truly inspirational documentary film from Iron Bug Productions, called Power Unlimited. You’ll want to set aside some time to watch this one. It takes you on a journey through the history and origins of powerlifting. Along the way, you’ll see many of the greats, including Ed Coan, Rickey Dale Crain, Garry Frank, Kirk Karwoski, Joe Ladnier, Scott Mendelsohn, Larry Pacifico and Dave Waddington, along with some of the most amazing powerlifting moments ever.

What Does It Take to be a Champion?

Dedication. Devotion. Passion. Super strength. These guys have what it takes. In this MuscleFactory Dark video titled, Nothing to Regret, you’ll see one amazing feat after another to give you that extra nudge you need to make it to the next level. Push the limits and fulfill your destiny. Do what it takes to be a champion.

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Get pumped about powerlifting with the inspirational collection of powerlifting pins on HGH.com's Pinterest board.

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2014 IFBB Tampa Pro Bodybuilding Top 5 Contest Results

HGH.com Athletes Ben White and Tricky Jackson Place in Top 5 of Their Respective IFBB Tampa Pro Contests, While Tara Silzer Wins First Place in NPC Rankings

Bodybuilders from around the world recently gathered in Tampa, Florida, to compete in the 2014 IFBB Pro Bodybuilding Worldwide (PWC) Championships and NPC Tim Gardner Extravaganza. The events – popularly known as the IFBB Tampa Pro and NPC Tampa National Qualifier – featured a series of highly competitive contests on August 8-9. When the results were revealed, HGH.com athletes Ben White and Richard “Tricky” Jackson were among the top bodybuilders in their respective IFBB categories. Tara Silzer competed in the NPC events, and won first place in her category and overall.

The entire HGH.com team would like to extend hearty congratulations to all of the 2014 Tampa winners and special kudos to Tricky, Ben and Tara, who have done our brand proud. All three of these outstanding athletes demonstrated the effectiveness of our natural HGH and bodybuilding supplements when combined with intensive training, proper nutrition and an unwavering commitment to excellence.

Ben placed 5th (out of 23) in the IFBB Men’s Bodybuilding category, and was one of only two U.S. competitors in the top 5. Tricky placed 3rd (out of 24) in the IFBB Men’s 212 and Under category, and was also one of only two Americans in the top 5 of that group. Tara placed 1st in the NPC Women’s Heavyweight Bodybuilding category and won the overall title.

Tara Silzer (second from left, in purple) accepts her first-place award for Women’s Bodybuilding at the 2014 NPC Tim Gardner Extravaganza in Tampa; Nicole Nowacki (in chartreuse) took second place.

Where did your favorite bodybuilding pros place in the IFBB PWC Championships? To recap the event’s milestone achievements, we’ve spotlighted the top 5 winners in each of the IFBB Tampa Pro categories below:


 
Ben White (far left) flexes his award-winning physique next to fellow competitors in the 2014 IFBB Tampa Pro Men’s Bodybuilding championship.

2014 IFBB Tampa Pro Men’s Bodybuilding Champions:

  1. Victor Martinez, Dominican Republic
  2. William Bonac, Holland
  3. Mohamed Bannout, Lebanon
  4. Max Charles, Huntington, NY
  5. Ben White, Glen Falls, NY

Tricky Jackson (second from left) shows off his ripped body and “Best Side Poser” form alongside fellow contestants in the 2014 IFBB Tampa Pro Men’s 212 championship.

2014 IFBB Tampa Pro Men’s 212 and Under Champions:

  1. Hidetada Yamagishi, Japan
  2. Marvin Ward, Trenton, NJ
  3. Tricky Jackson, Louisville, KY
  4. Thomas Benagli, Italy
  5. Baito Abbaspour, Iran

2014 IFBB Tampa Pro Men’s Physique Champions:

  1. Sadik Hadzovic, Westbury, NY
  2. Anton Antipov, Brooklyn, NY
  3. Tristan Murray, Davenport, IA
  4. Emmanuel Banks, Riviera Beach, FL
  5. Michael Ferguson, Memphis, TN

2014 IFBB Tampa Pro Women’s Bodybuilding Champions:

  1. Sheila Bleck, Tampa, FL
  2. Jennifer Sedia, Lubbock, TX
  3. Monique Jones, Greenville, SC
  4. Kahla Bullemor, Australia
  5. Melody Spetko, Lutz, FL

2014 IFBB Tampa Pro Women’s Physique Champions:

  1. Heather Grace, Denver, CO
  2. Karina Nascimento, Boca Raton, FL
  3. Jillian Reville, Ridgefield, CT
  4. Teresita Morales, Middle Village, NY
  5. Asha Hadley, Miami, FL

2014 IFBB Tampa Pro Fitness Champions:

  1. Bethany Cisternino, Bridgewater, NJ
  2. Darrian Tissenbaum, Pittsburgh, PA
  3. Kristine Duba, Panama City Beach, FL
  4. Somkina Liudmila, Russia
  5. Sara Kovach, Carnegie, PA

2014 IFBB Tampa Pro Figure Champions:

  1. Latorya Watts, Las Vegas, NV
  2. Alicia Coates, Phoenix, AZ
  3. Megan Olson, Woodstock, GA
  4. Kamla Macko, Brandon, FL
  5. Wendy Fortino, San Jose, CA

2014 IFBB Tampa Pro Bikini Champions:

  1. India Paulino, Pembroke Pines, FL
  2. Bianca Berry, New York, NY
  3. Noemi Olah, Ruskin, FL
  4. Michelle Lewin, Venezuela
  5. Vanessa Campbell, Palm Coast, FL

 

For a complete list of rankings in all 2014 IFBB Tampa Pro bodybuilding and fitness categories, visit the NPC News Online results page at http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2014/ifbb_tampa_pro.

Please join us in congratulating our HGH.com-sponsored athletes and wishing them continued success in their upcoming competitions and events:

  • 2014 IFBB North American Championships – Tara will compete August 29-30 in Pittsburgh, PA
  • NPC 2014 Infinity Fit Championships – Tricky will participate in the September 6 event in Detroit, MI
  • 2014 Mr. Olympia/Joe Weider’s Olympia Fitness and Performance Weekend – Ben, Tricky and Tara will all compete September 18-21 in Las Vegas, NV
  • 2014 NPC Tricky Jackson Classic Championships – Tricky will host his namesake event on October 11 in Lexington, KY
  • 2014 IFBB World Fitness Championships – Tara will compete October 17-20 in Montreal, Canada
  • 2014 Europa Games – Ben will compete October 25-26 in Phoenix, AZ

HGH.com was proud to sponsor the 2014 IFBB Tampa PWC Championships and NPC Tim Gardner Extravaganza National Qualifier. The event provided an excellent opportunity to introduce our Purity Select natural HGH and bodybuilding supplements to a wide audience of serious bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts. To learn more about our complete line of over-the-counter HGH and bodybuilding supplements, visit http://www.hgh.com/bodybuilding-supplements/.

 

 

 

 




Must-See Mass Gain Videos & Tips from Bodybuilding Pros

Maximize Your Muscle Gain Potential

Want to increase your muscle mass? If you are, you're not alone. This is a primary workout goal for most of us. However, adding muscle is oftentimes a struggle. At HGH.com, we understand how challenging gaining mass can be. We believe that three significant factors come into play:

  1. Fuel your workouts with the right foods.
  2. Commit yourself to a strong training program.
  3. Arm yourself with the right combination of mass gaining supplements.

For anyone looking for a little inspiration to pump up your mass gain potential, we've put together a few YouTube videos and a dedicated Mass Gain Pinterest board to get you on your way.

Build Muscle Mass Like Professional Bodybuilders

How can you gain the mass you want? In the video below, eight-time Mr. Olympia, Ronnie Coleman, explains how to gain good weight. He shares the changes he makes to gain weight when he’s not preparing for a competition. From making sure he takes in the right amount of protein to increasing his carbohydrate intake, he gives us the low-down on how he modifies his food intake and exercise routine to put on some good pounds.

How to Gain More Strength and Size

Whether you’re a bodybuilder entering your next bulking cycle or an experienced lifter who wants to bulk up, it’s ideal to workout both parts of the muscle. When it comes to new muscle growth and gaining mass, intensity is key. Personal trainer and bodybuilder, Jada Castellari, takes you through his high-intensity upper body workout routine and shows how he does various strip sets.

The training routine in the video below is designed for the front shoulders, chest and triceps. For the first part of the set, you overload the strength part of the muscle by using higher weight and lower reps. Then, toward the end of the set, use less weight with constant tension, while doing faster repetitions to drain the muscle of energy and overload that part of the muscle as well. If you’ve learned to master intensity, then this mass gaining routine may be just the workout you’ve been looking for to take you to the next level.

Bodybuilder Competition Poses to Show Off Your Muscle Mass

When it’s time for your bodybuilding competition, you have to be sure you do the mandatory poses in a way that best represents all of the muscles you worked so hard to build up. IFBB Pro Bodybuilder, power lifting champion and HGH.com sponsor, Ben White, did just that as he completed the mandatory poses portion of the Mr. Europe Pro IFBB competition in the video below.

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Natural Growth Hormone Supplements from HGH (HGH.com) Can Help You Build Muscle

 
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Natural growth hormone supplements and HGH supplements from HGH.com can help you build muscle; Plus - sneak peak - Personal Trainers available on HGH.com

Trouble packing on the pounds? After endlessly trying to put on lean muscle after exercising, working out, and lifting weights, many people turn to our HGH Supplements on HGH.com to build more muscle. If you are tired of putting in a lot of effort with little to no return, our natural growth hormone supplement may be the key to helping you build muscle fast!

Do genetics play a role in my inability to gain size and muscle?

If you look back on your family history and see generations of small or nonathletic family members, you may not have the necessary tools to produce a massive amount of muscle gain through working out alone. Some people simply have a different genetic makeup, which is why we all look different to begin with. While it is still possible for you to get into the best shape of your life, taking a natural growth hormone supplement will expedite the process and give you the edge that some people just naturally have.

Some people may be lucky enough to keep natural HGH production up throughout their entire lives. However, as most people get older, they stop producing natural HGH. It's proven that HGH levels decrease with age, and with smaller amounts of HGH it is more difficult to build muscle. Instead of just giving up, you can increase muscle gain with anatural HGH supplement.

Build muscle fast with a change in your dietary lifestyle

The secret to getting ripped - The main reason people are able to get ripped in the gym is not because of a specific workout program; it is because of what they consume after their workout and tear up their muscles. If you do not feed your muscles and body enough of the right ingredients after a great gym session, you are wasting all of the effort you put into your workout. Furthermore, it's almost impossible to achieve the proper supplements through food alone, your stomach simply isn't big enough. However that being said, food is still important. Follow some of these simple steps: 

The key food ingredients you need to get ripped

  • Consume lean animal, muscle supplements, and/or whey proteins immediately after your workout.
  • Switch your daily meal intake to several small meals throughout the day in order to feed your muscles more consistently.
  • Drink lot's of water throughout the day - this will also help curb your appetite and water is hugely important for all of your organs.
  • Supplement your workouts with thermogenic fat burners in order to get ripped fast and cut the fat.
  • Take an supplement like Somatropinne HGH in order to give yourself a boost of natural hormones that your body may stop producing as you grow older, no matter your age (over 18 required).

Do you need to change your workout regimen?

Now that you know about the benefits that a proper diet and supplements like Human Growth Hormone supplements can bring to your workout, it's time to look at your actual weight-lifting routine. Most people get stuck in a plateau and never see muscle gain after a couple of months of lifting weights. Here are some ways you can break that rut and build muscle fast: 

Increase your lifting regimen

  • Lift heavier weights for exercises such as the bench press, squats and dumbbell curls.
  • Make sure to work your core every time you work out because it connects your entire body.
  • Don't skip cardio! In fact, supplementing a cardio in between lifting sessions works your body out and cuts fat nicely. In a typical one hour weight lifting routine, spend 20 minutes on cardio in between lifting cycles.

Keep a consistent schedule

Supplements are not magic alone - they do work magic in conjunction with working out - but there's no such thing as a magic pill that will shape your body while you sit and watch TV. So do yourself and your body a favor - while taking supplements to increase muscle gain, the real secret is to keep your efforts consistent. After taking our supplements while working out, I guarantee after 3-6 months of a consistent workout, you will be in the best shape of your life.

NOTE! Coming soon on HGH.com will be personal workout sessions with IFBB bodybuilders. To get started with a personal trainer today - email "support [at] hgh.com" and ask that Dan puts you in touch with a personal IFBB champion to start a personal session.






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