Ryan Bame

Background

I started to lift when I was in fourth grade. My dad got my a pair of dumbbells for Christmas. I started out doing bench press, shoulder press, and curls. I became more dedicated to my lifting during the spring of my 8th grade year. Since then I've been lifting almost nonstop. For my workouts I like to arm myself with an arsenal of motivational quotes and a commitment to every time I touch the bar I'm going to work to getting stronger. I don't believe in the entire "get buff for girls look", I'd rather get strong for sports. Name: Ryan Bame
Years Training: 2
Favorite Body Parts: Legs
Favorite Exercise: Squats
Favorite Supplements: Protein and Amino Acids
Hobbies: Football, Wrestling, Discus, and other sports
Age: 14

Articles

  • A Beginning Athletes Guide To Strength Training!

    In the past I had dabbled in weight training, running and swimming with little results, largely because of poor diet and ignorance.

  • The Leg Destroyer!

    I have only began to start designing my own workouts for football season. This article is written for those who would rather get strong then look pretty.

  • Workout Without Weights!

    Ok, you are on vacation, you can't risk taking a two to three week break from your rigorous workout, but you don't have any equipment to train with. There is a simple solution, a workout without weights!

  • The Leg Destroyer!

    I have only began to start designing my own workouts for football season. This article is written for those who would rather get strong then look pretty.

  • A Basic Guide To Plyometrics!

    Plyometrics were developed in Eastern Europe for Olympic competitors. The words plyo and metrics are Latin for measurable increases.

  • Workout Without Weights!

    Ok, you are on vacation, you can't risk taking a two to three week break from your rigorous workout, but you don't have any equipment to train with. There is a simple solution, a workout without weights!

  • A Beginning Athletes Guide To Strength Training!

    In the past I had dabbled in weight training, running and swimming with little results, largely because of poor diet and ignorance.

  • A Basic Guide To Plyometrics!

    Plyometrics were developed in Eastern Europe for Olympic competitors. The words plyo and metrics are Latin for measurable increases.