Category Archives: Muscle Growth

How to Grow Muscle and Burn More Fat

Beth knows how to grow the guns and you can too. Updated, 3 May 2019 by Staff If you want to grow muscle and/or burn more body fat – it is important to know muscle groups have three muscle fiber types that are stimulated to grow or endure physical activity. And during exercise or work activity, muscle also prefer certain fuel sources to achieve the fitness goal. Research shows us, muscle is stimulated to grow (more…)

MirrorAthlete Fit Healthy Lifestyle – Book Release Update

Face Rock, Bandon OR inspires the imagination.  Updated: 3 Feb 2018 The long awaited 10 year book project and publication is now in the second phase of quality review process by the publisher.  With a planned book release date scheduled in 2018. Insight into the books content, Our book reads like no other fitness and healthy lifestyle book in the marketplace. It is loaded with unique personal, 1:1 fitness consulting and client perspectives; including relative people stories, self-help tools, forms and tables, etc.  Including (more…)

How to Grow Muscle Naturally, Part 1

      To grow muscle bigger and without anabolic steroids and/or growth hormones, you must focus on lifting heavier.  The body will also require a balanced diet to provide muscles the nutrients required to repair and grow the muscle after intense exercise and during periods of rest.  If you plan to cheat your way toward fast muscle growth you’ll achieve short-term results and may harm your good health doing it.  But if you want (more…)

GH-Hormone Stimulator the Fountain of Youth Elixir?

Men and women’s growth of healthy muscle, bone, body fat regulation and sexual desire and sense of well-being is dependent upon the metabolisms optimization of 7 hormones working in harmony with each other. The decline in maleness is now being referred as andropause, while the parallel term used on women is menopause. These terms are characteristic of the aging process. There is something you can do about reversing the attributes of old age without creating (more…)

Muscle Growth Using Task Specific Training is Powerful Knowledge

Task Specific Training for Muscle Growth Success It has long been the practice for athletes and body builders, when conditioning muscle “regardless of fitness goals,” the repetitions per set would be in the ranges of 4-15 reps per body part.  And to vary the repetition range and weights within each set would set the foundation for the greatest muscle mass and endurance gains.  The exercise physiology behind muscle growth shows us that 4-8 reps per (more…)