Background

Dennis B. Weis is a Ketchikan, Alaska-based power/bodybuilder. He is a hard-hitting, uncompromising freelance professional writer and investigative research consultant in the fields of bodybuilding, nutrition, physiology, and powerlifting.

Dennis was first published over two decades ago (1976) in the pages of Iron Man magazine. Since that time he has become known to almost every mainstream bodybuilding/physique magazine's readership throughout the United States and Europe. The magazines that publish his articles include and are not limited to Bodybuilding Monthly (U.K. publication), Exercise For Men Only, Hardgainer (Nicosia, Cyprus, publication), Iron Man, Muscle & Fitness, Muscle Mag Int'l, and Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness.

You have undoubtedly read dozens of his 100+ feature-length articles in many of the popular worldwide magazines -- under his own name and under the names of certain top physique stars and powerlifting personalities.

The credentials of this prolific writer extend beyond the scope of just writing articles, for he is the author of three critically acclaimed best-selling books: Mass! (1986), Raw Muscle (1989), and his newest release, Anabolic Muscle Mass: The Secrets of Anabolic Reinforcement Without Steroids.

In recognition of his writing accomplishments, he has received Meritorious Service Awards relating to all published works as a magazine consultant and published book author. In addition to these honors, he has performed Barnes & Noble and Waldenbooks autograph parties and window displays for his books. He has also been a featured guest on various radio talk shows around the country, where he shares his knowledge and experience regarding such issues as bodybuilding and the super-fitness lifestyle.

During the past two decades he has established a small but dynamic one-man business to service male and female bodybuilders, fitness buffs, and powerlifting enthusiasts of all types with very personal (one to one or mail order), and highly professional instruction on all phases of physical excellence.

He has coached literally hundreds of select clients, one of the most notable being a personal training advisor to the 1983 Miss Minnesota winner. One of the training tools he uses as a personal trainer is the revolutionary and famous Samra R.E.S.T. principle.

Check out DennisBWeis.com for tons of great info!

He can be contacted at yukonherc@kpunet.net.

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The following super nutrition strategies are compiled from group seminars that Bill Pearl conducted in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and Atlanta Georgia, back in the 1980's.
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There is an old adage that says, Think big, act big, to get big. It is therefore very important to learn about mind doctrine management if you want to become bigger and stronger.
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When was the last time you flew on a commercial jetliner across several time zones and arrived at the airport of your destination fully refreshed and robust? Probebly never. Check out these great exercises you can do while on the plane!
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What can you do in 20 minutes? Plenty to keep you from becoming as shapeless as a half-inflated balloon. Maintaining your hard-earned gains is best accomplished by performing one of the seven following Slam-Training workouts.
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Take a good look around the gum during your next workout if you need any further convincing about the importance of the back and its neglect by the average bodybuilder of today. Sample workout program included.
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The therapeutic relief of DMSO in a matter of minutes and at most one hour after an application. Always remember though that DMSO is not the answer to a professional medical and sports evaluation!
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There are no secret exercises, no magic formulas, no short cuts to a perfect abdomen. The following tips, however, will definitely be of help. Try them!
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The mathematically-derived coefficient table has been a tremendous benefit to me and thousands of other power bodybuilders for determining a true single-rep maximum in a selected exercise. Find out what it is and how it can help you!
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I feel that the Maximum Muscle Bulk and Power formula is as nearly a perfect combination as I have ever seen, but only if you acknowledge that the body is a unified entity. Train with this thought in mind and you will make outstanding power bodybuilding gains.
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In concluding my notes on cable training, some of the most immediate advantages of training this way come to mind. Expander cables build tendon and ligament strength - flushes the muscle area - gives added muscle tone and gives sharpness to the muscle which cannot be obtained by weights alone.
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In conclusion, I am really disillusioned with some aspects (not all) in the world of bodybuilding, and it is no longer the inspirational and pleasant hobby that it once was for me. I Am Fed Up (with bodybuilding)!
Section: Mind ::


How would you like to add 1 inch of fresh new muscle growth to your upper arms in the next 45 days? I'll bet you do unless you already have arms like Manfred Hoeberl. Since arms are one of the most popular, if not the most popular, muscle groups then this article should be most welcome.
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I was naturally quite curious about the R.E.S.T. theories of Dr. Pete Samra, and how it helped natural [anabolic steroid free] bodybuilders develop to their full potential. I made arrangements with Pete for a one-on-one in person interview to discuss the R.E.S.T. System of Training.
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There are, of course, numerous approaches for forcing muscle growth but one of the most unusual ones I have ever heard of was the Condensed High-Volume Training Program used by a bodybuilder named Richard Simons back in 1966. Find out how to gain 25 pounds in 21 days with his program!
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I have been a published iron game journalist and author for nearly 27 years and one of the most frequent questions I am asked is "What are some of the most radical and perhaps bizarre methods you have ever heard of for increasing strength?" Here are the top 4 radical methods.
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Here are some of the most thought-provoking questions regarding nutrition and the accompanying No BS answers! I hope you find them helpful.
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Learn about true life fitness and find out the truth about the many myths surrounding bodybuilding that may be holding you back.
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Using these exercise and poundage charts, you can test your one rep maxes and finally determine if you're strong or not!
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