1. Go for the Stairmaster first
The Stairmaster is readily available at most gyms and is one of the tougher pieces of cardio there. Another option is to walk or run the stairs outdoors (or indoors if you have the space and you won’t inconvenience other people). 
In recent years, direct arm training has declined in popularity with the rise of functional training. While you should still be focused on compound lifts and other functional training, you can still incorporate some direct arm training into your program. 

Carbs. You love them but the dieting industry tells you to hate them. Especially simple, fast absorbing sugars like candy. But what if I told you that there is a movement now to promote having candy? Especially after a workout. Right now, there is a fad encouraging people to have candy such as gummy bears and Pixi Stix immediately after a workout. But doesn’t sugar make you fat? 
While some methods of training are tried and true, the truth is that not every training method works the same for everyone. Many people seek a certain physique for themselves, but sometimes their body just does not respond to the common types of training. 
Trenbolone is often regarded as one of the strongest, if not the strongest anabolic steroids available. It definitely has its place in the world of bodybuilding and PEDs, and with its powerful anabolic effects come a host of disadvantages.
Tren is extremely effective in improving strength extremely fast and is associated with improvements in cutting phases as well as building lean mass. In fact, Tren allows users to add lean muscle mass even while in a calorie deficit, allowing you to get bigger while you eat less. It shreds body fat all while sparing muscle because it has anti-catabolic effects. Tren gives a user a lean, dry look.
In resistance training or weight training, there are two different ways of building your workouts, and each delivers different results in terms of muscle growth or personal fitness. 
The term volume describes how much work you do, in terms of weight training. This can be the number of repetitions, or “reps” that you perform of an exercise or muscle group. Intensity describes the effort or difficulty of an exercise, usually based on the amount of weight that is lifted. 
Nowadays it seems like everyone involved in fitness on social media is either a personal trainer or is selling some workout plan. It can be hard to figure out who is the best match for you and your goals, or who will actually offer the level of support you need. To help you in your search, we’ve compiled a list of advice that may help you find your perfect match.
If you walk into the gym on a Monday afternoon, chances are that you will see tons of people doing bench press. Monday tends to be universal chest day; the start of the week is usually led by working your favorite body part. 
Maybe you’re still new to the gym (less than one year of going) or maybe you’re just looking for new way to crush your bench press. Either way, you’ll learn some new tips and techniques which will enhance you lifts. 
There are certain unspoken rules at the gym that some people are unaware of. Most people mind their own and just want to get in and out. However there is some gym etiquette to abide by so that you’re not perceived as a total douchebag. Apparently some people are so self absorbed that this needs to be written as a reminder. 
1. Don’t Smell Like Sh*t
We’ve all been there. You want to get in a workout, but life happens and something unexpected happens, and now you only have 20-30 minutes to workout. Some may be discouraged and take an (unwanted) break from the gym for the day. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There are many styles of workouts that you can do that will still allow you to build some mass or reap the benefits of a cardiovascular workout.