Battlezone is a concept I came up with while fighting my own less-than-desirable genetics, as well as coming back from repeated setbacks. It is a user-friendly workout system designed to work both for beginner as well as advanced bodybuilders. The idea is to provide the tools necessary to build a workout program, without excessive lecturing, or worse sounding like an anatomy teacher. If you want to learn anatomy, there are plenty of articles covering that on Bodybuilding.com.
If you want to learn as many exercises as possible to build muscle without the needless rhetoric, then read on. Every week I will cover a new muscle group, complete with pictures and workout tips. I will also be devoting a section each week to the beginner bodybuilder. Whether you are looking to gain mass, tone up or are just looking for an easy way to put together an effective workout program, Battlezone will work for you.
Article #1 - Battlezone For Beginners!
Whether you are looking to gain mass, tone up or are just looking for an easy way to put together an effective workout program, Battlezone will work for you! Click here to continue this article
Article #2 - Battlezone Bicep Assault!
The key to a good bicep routine is to incorporate both compound movements with moderate to heavy weights, as well as isolation movements with a lighter weight. Click here to continue this article
Article #3 - Battlezone Forearm Attack!
Therefore it is good to vary doing both moderate/heavy sets of 8 to 10 repetitions, as well as light sets of 12 to 15. Forearm lifts can be broken down into top and bottom lifts. Click here to continue this article
Article #4 - Battlezone For Beginners - Week 2!
Learn all about new years resolutions, supplements, before and after scams, infomercials and personal trainers in week two of the Battlezone Workout for Beginners! Click here to continue this article
Article #5 - Battlezone Chest Crusade!
The easiest way to look at chest training is to break it down by upper, middle, and lower chest lifts. These are then broken down by press and fly movements. Learn why and all the best exercises for them! Click here to continue this article