Mark Raineri

Background

The first time I ever picked up a weight, was when I was 14 years old. I got a 10 lb. weight and did endless bicep curls and shoulder presses while I was watching TV. I got really interested in the sport of bodybuilding when I began seeing results.

Soon, I purchased my first bodybuilding magazine, and was amazed at all of the muscle. I did endless hours of research, and personal tests to see what kind of nutrition and diets worked for me. That's when I decided to take bodybuilding seriously and placed 2nd in my first bodybuilding contest. Name: Mark Raineri
Years Bodybuilding: 1
Favorite Body Parts: Legs, Back
Favorite Exercise: Deadlift
Favorite Supplements: Protein powder, Creatine, L-glutamine
Hobbies: Bodybuilding, Cooking
Favorite Bodybuilders: Ronnie Coleman, Chris Cormier

Age: 15
Height: 5'9
Weight: 160
Chest: 42
Calves: 16
Legs: 24
Arms: 14.5
Waist: 28

Articles

  • The Stretch Mark Manual.

    To some people, stretch marks are battle scars and symbolize muscle growth. These people think you should walk around your gym, wearing your stretch marks with pride. For those of your that don't, read on and find out how to get rid of them!

  • EMG Studies Show Best Exercises!

    If you're new to the weightlifting game, there are hundreds of different exercises. How are you supposed to know which ones are effective and which ones aren't?

  • Bullying Your Legs Into Growth!

    Only the most intense lifters in the world have experienced this before. I know that I haven't and that 99% of us haven't.

  • Stretch For New Muscle Gains!

    In theory, stretching can make the fascial encasements around muscle fibers less restricting. This means that muscle growth will be easier. Learn why and learn which stretches are best.

  • Bodybuilding In High School!

    Whether it is homework, friends, teachers, eating, or just finding time to lift weights, all of these factors take time can and affect you negatively.

  • Recipes That You Haven't Tried!

    How many times have you eaten the same food day in and day out? For most of us, the arsenal includes, chicken, eggs, potatoes, and oatmeal.