Building Muscle 101 Newsletter #7 - December 2006 Issue


1. Jeff Anderson’s Anabolic Challenge Results;

2. Review of Dymatize's Energy formula

3. Light weight or heavy weight, which one is better for building muscle?;

4. Rotator cuffs - Once these go, your done like dinner- Find out how this
small injury can halt all progress;

5. Help!, My left pec is bigger than my right, what should I do?

6. How to build forearms;

7. The magic of pec deck 21's;

8. Grip strength and the bench press


Review of Dymatize's Energy formula

I'll be the first to admit that I love Dymatize's pre workout formula, "Xpand". It's powerful, effective and does what it says. So, when their new forumula, "Energy" came out, I was super excited. As soon as it hit the shelves, I headed out to my local GNC to buy up a bottle. Did it live up to it's hype? Find out in this review.

Find out how the new formula worked

Dymamtize Energy Formula Reviewed


Light Weight Or Heavy Weight, Which One Is Better For Building Muscle?

If you've been weight training for any length of time, you've probably heard that if you want to get big and strong, you have to lift very heavy weight. I've been training for over 20 years and if there is one element in weight training that comes up is how much weight you need to use in order to get big.

Is this the only way to train for maximum muscle or are there other ways to pack on the muscle mass? Find out here.

Light Weight Or Heavy Weights For Building Muscle


Rotator Cuffs

Your going to want to take special care of these little muscles because if they get injured, it can sideline your weight training efforts for a heck of a long time. My injury happened a year ago and they still give me trouble. This injury sidelined me for 4 months so trust me, when I say take care of them, I mean take care of them. Find out here how to do so.

Weight Training And Rotator Cuffs


Help!, My Left Pec Is Bigger Than My Right, What Should I Do?

This happens to a lot of weight trainers and beleive me, it's nothing to be too concerned about. Simply put, you have one side that is naturally stronger than the other and everyone does. Usually, it's the side or arm you use the most. I'll tell you how to fix this in this article

Left Pec Bigger Than My Right


How To Build Forearms

For this month's workout, I'm going to provide a forearm workout. It's a pretty simple workout but it is very effective. Give it a try.

Forearm Workout


The Magic Of Pec Deck 21's

For this month’s specialty workout, I’d like to give you the pec deck 21's. Try this little beauty at the end of your chest routine and your upper body will be on fire.

Click the following link for the work out.

Pec Deck 21's


Grip Strength And The Bench Press

I’m going to let you in on a little secret. There is a strong correlation between grip strength and the bench press. Did you know that you can actually add pounds to your bench press by improving your grip?

Our friends over at have provided building-muscle101 with a fantastic article explaining how you can improve your grip for a huge bench press.

Grip And The Bench Press

Well that's it for this issue. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank each of you for a great year. Let’s keep on hitting the gym hard and make 2007 the best, and strongest year yet!

All the best,


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