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Gain, Gain and Gain Again...

At CS Publishing we're dedicated to providing frank, drug-free, practical and useful training information for ANYONE who's interested in developing a better physique -- EVEN people who are short on time.

Whether you're a hardcore bodybuilder, or a fitness or strength trainee, male or female, beginner or very advanced, or want to train in a public gym or home gym, we offer a WEALTH of information and wisdom. Regardless of your age or where you train, or whether you want to build 10 pounds of muscle or 50, the training know-how you need is more or less the same.

Our Website And Publications Are About:

    1. More practical, instruction-dense, time-proven training advice than can be found anywhere else.

    2. Radical opinions telling you what you NEED to hear, not just what you may WANT to hear.

    3. Training methods that work WITHOUT great genetics and WITHOUT drug assistance.

    4. Training routines that rely mostly upon traditional and commonly-available equipment.

    5. Step-by-step training programs for beginners, intermediates and advanced trainees.

Our website and publications will teach you how to become one of the training world's exceptions -- a SUCCESS STORY.

Read - Understand - Apply - Persist - ACHIEVE!

Stuart McRobert
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CS Publishing Ltd.
http://www.hardgainer.com

Visit Us At http://www.hardgainer.com.

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Here are 11 more, for a total of 22. Even if you're making just one of the 22 mistakes, you'll be limiting your progress. Learn what the next 12 mistakes are right here to stop killing your progress.
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I've put together a list of eleven major mistakes that bodybuilders must avoid, especially if they expect to continue gaining mass and not getting injured in the process. Eliminate the mistakes and kick-start your progress!
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What can you do to keep those bodybuilding gains coming if you have a job doing manual labor? I will share with you what I did to turn my losses into gains. Learn more...
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I want you to avoid obsessive interest because only then will you actually have the chance to achieve your natural physique and strength potential. Learn why and the difference between dedication and obsession...
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During a recent training rut, I spent time pondering over why I wasn't progressing. Find out how I broke my plateau...
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Rich Rydin and Dave Maurice offer up their knowledge to provide answers to a wide variety of training questions...
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Abbreviated training can be a fickle thing. Just when you think you have your training blueprint perfect, your gains dry up. Find out how to get your gains back again!
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Every man who uses a barbell should deadlift if he has a healthy back, and he should do it with a flat back to keep a healthy back.
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It's possible to make your best bodybuilding progress while applying yourself fully to your academic studies providing you know how to train and recover.
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The leverage machines are tools that can, if used properly, provide a degree of exercise intensity that can't be equalled by a barbell or dumbbell. Most of the leverage machines provide a type of exercise that can't be provided by other forms...
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Listen to your body, train safely, don't be in a hurry to add weight before you can really cope with it. Use less weight and more reps, and get to your goal when your body is ready.
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Some of you who don't have internet access, or who prefer not to use the internet other than for work, have asked for a selection of the post-FURTHER BRAWN answers, revised and updated, to be published...
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Maintaining enthusiasm is very important for training success. The failure to remain enthusiastic is generally traceable to either BOREDOM or STALENESS. Learn why!
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Bob Whelan answers your questions on many topics such as squats, grip training, MuscleTown USA, and much more!
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Each top strength star must find the right combination of exercises, sets, reps, heavy vs. moderate or light workouts per month...
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A given training program can be applied by two individuals and the implementation & effect be very different. A program is a mere list of exercises, reps, sets and workout days. Here are some things to keep in mind.
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Calf development is something that should, like any other aspect of weight training, be tackled intelligently. Do this and you'll reap rewards.
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You should always experiment in your training. By performing experiments you can find out what "works" and what doesn't. This should be an on going process because something that works today may not work a few months from now. However, your experiments should always be performed from a foundation of common sense.
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In this article I want to focus on a recap of some basic nutritional guidelines. Get these correct, consistently, and couple that with proper training, and you're home free. Learn more...
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If you're a strength trainee, sleep may be amongst the key components that helps you to add the next 10 pounds to your bench, or 20 pounds to your squat. Incorporating healthy sleep into an overall fitness-oriented lifestyle will optimize your general health and help ensure your strength progression for many years to come.
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Not only is tempered enthusiasm for training a healthier approach than an obsessive enthusiasm, it actually ends up over the long term in being more productive. Learn to avoid this common mistake!
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Once a mistake is made, there's nothing one can do to reverse the mistake. It's a done deal. What if I could do it all over again? What if I could use a time machine and warp myself back in time? Check out these 30 tips that beginners make and how to avoid them!
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Sticking points are bad news, but everybody suffers from them from time to time. Sometimes the cause is staleness, brought on by overtraining, and the cure, simple though it is, is usually hard to take. Learn how specific exercise training is the key to breaking plateaus!
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