Unilateral Exercises

Many of our go-to exercises like bench press can be great for strengthening, however if it’s the only way we train, we might be suffering in the long run. Unilateral exercises can help correct muscle imbalances in training. When doing bilateral movements, the dominant limb may compensate for the weaker limb, so unilateral will ensure that each side is working equally. Doing unilateral training will also help with overall symmetry, as well as engaging your core more.

When your joints don’t feel good, you don’t feel good. These 300 connection points are important for your daily life, as well as your workouts. Healthy joints can help you stay mobile as you age. While genetics do affect the strength of your cartilage, there is still plenty of measures you can take to stabilize, fortify, and pain-proof your joints.

Testosterone. It’s a necessary male hormone which is the reason you have facial hair, a deeper voice, and made it through puberty. Even more than that, testosterone levels have direct effects on muscle growth, strength, bone mass, sperm production, libido, fat distribution, mood, and your overall quality of life.

Clen (clenbuterol) is all the rage among body builders. Why? Because it’s been shown time and time reduce body fat in a short time while retaining lean muscle, and some suggest it can increase lean muscle mass. Anyone serious about stepping on stage has probably considered using clen.  
Let’s be frank. A lot of us struggle with our rear delt development compared to the rest of our shoulder. Whether it be neglecting them in general or just inefficient training, if you want to build bigger rear delts and have that 3D shoulder look, the first step is to ditch the reverse dumbbell flys.
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). 
Almost none of the other equipment at the gym (besides intense weighted cardio like sled pulling or pushing a prowler) will elevate your heart rate or make you sweat intensely. 
Although this blog is intended to highlight the best supplements for mass building, we must reiterate that supplements alone are not the key to building muscle. Building muscle requires an adequate amount of food, from high-quality sources, with a big focus on protein. A good measure for protein intake is the recommended 0.8g-1.2g per pound of bodyweight. You should also have a mix of both complex and simple carbs, and healthy fats. 

The workout supplement and protein supplement is a multibillion dollar industry right now. Chances are, if you’ve been on the fitness side of the internet, you’ve probably heard of BCAAs and all the magic that they give. 
In their 60’s, men have a 50% chance of having an enlarged prostate. By the age of 80, nearly 90% of men will live with BPH, or benign prostatic hyperplasia. That means there’s a pretty good chance that you may develop BPH in your life. Fortunately, certain diets and regular exercise may prevent or reduce the risk of this happening.


If you love shrimp, you’re not alone. The average American consumes about 4 pounds of shrimp yearly! Shrimp is one of the most consumed type of shellfish. 
Health experts and doctors used to warn people to stay away from shrimp and other shellfish because they believed they were too high in cholesterol. Now they know dietary cholesterol, like that in shrimp, has little to no effect on blood cholesterol for most people. Instead, your blood cholesterol is more influenced by the mix of fats and carbs you eat.