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Issue #9 February 2007

I'm very excited about this issue because it's something I've been working on for quite some time. In this issue, I'm going to provide some video workouts for you. The workouts are broken down into beginner, intermediate, and advanced routines. Each is done by our in house certified professional trainers.

Also, I've provided a list of supplements that will help increase muscle mass. I've personally used these supplements and I know each of them work. There's a schedule included to let you know when each should be taken - Your gonna love it! Now, for workouts, I've included a giant set workout that will absolutely pump your muscles to the max - I love this workout.

I'll also tell you what you need for a quality home gym. Remember, you don't need anything fancy to build muscle and strength but you also need some basic tools. I'll tell you exactly what you need.

In this issue, I'm going to tell you what you need to do in order to build muscle and gain quality weight.

Issue #8 January 2007

Ever wonder how much protein you should be consuming on non workout days as compared to workout days? I remember when I first started out, I had absolutely no idea of how much protein I should be eating, let alone on workout and non workout days.

However, I think it's very important to understand how you should be structuring your protein intake so I've decided to add that to this months newsletter. Also, I'm going to let you in on something I've learned about training my whole body as opposed to split training. Each has it's merits and I'm going to go over how you can use the best aspects of each to build a powerful body.

What's the most imporant thing you can do to get into shape? I'm going to let you know what I personally think is the best thing you can do to get into shape. Also, when is the best time to do cardio? This is a pretty hot topic right now so I'm going to tell you what I think is the best time of the day to do cardio.

Issue #7 December 2006

For as long as I've been weight training (over 20 years), one question that always comes up is "Which one is better for building muscle, light or heavy weights?". Right off the bat, most of you will immediately think heavy weight is the only way to go. Is this in fact the case? I'll tell you in this issue. As for workouts, I've decided to include two workouts, a forearm workout and a 21's workout for the chest. You may be wondering what a "21's workout" is so your gonna have to read this issue.

Also, this issue is very important because I go over my latest injury - rotator cuff tendinitis. This is a bad injury and one that could have been avoided. I ask everyone reading this to go over that article because it will possibly save you some pain down the road. Learn from my mistakes.

I also recieved the following question from a reader of building muscle 101 "Help, my left pec is larger than my right!". I can understand this situation because it happens to most weight trainers when they are first starting out. I'll answer this question in this issue.

Issue #6 October 2006

I asked Mike from Critical to provide me with a beginner dumbbell workout routine for this issue. He sent over a simple, yet effective dumbbell workout routine for beginners. Your gonna love it.

For those of you looking for a fast ab workout routine, I've decided to include one in this issue. It's a very simple routine but beware, it's a tough one. It's designed to save time but it is very effective at hitting all the major abdominal muscles.

Here's a question I get all the time from beginners "How Much Weight Should I Start With?". Well, in this article, you'll find out exactly how much weight you should be starting with. Here's another question, "What is the best time of the day to workout?". Well, I also give you my personal preference when you should be working out. I think, everyone has an internal "best time of the day" time when you are most productive. I'll expand on this in this issue.

I've been experimenting with Endothil CR and I'm going to pass on the results to you in this issue as well. I've been using it for the past 3 months and you can read my results here. Enjoy!

Issue #5 September 2006

This is a very exciting issue of building muscle 101's newsletter. First off, I'm going to provide a brutal shoulder routine that will blast your shoulders into the stratosphere. I use this technique when I want to get my shoulders over a plateau. Trust me, do this routine for two weeks and your shoulders will be back on the muscle growth road.

Secondly, I've writted an article about how to truly transform your body from a skinny nobody to a walking powerhouse. You'll find a menu plan that is designed to add slabs of beef to your body - Follow these steps and you'll grow like a weed.

Thirdly, I'm going to provide you with my personal supplement stack. All of these supplements are being used in my stack and all of them work. These brands have been tried and tested and do what they say there going to do. You'll find out what supplements actually work in this article.

Ever wonder how many times you should be working out? Well, I'm going to let you know what I think every weight trainer should be doing in terms of workout times.

Enjoy this issue!

Issue #4 June 2006

Everyone wants big biceps. There's no question about it. Ask any aspiring weight trainer and they'll tell you they want a ripped set of abs and big biceps. Well, I've decided to do something special in this issue. I'm going to let you in on the real secret to building big biceps. No, it's not doing endless sets of barbell curls. If you can do these things, you'll build huge biceps.

Sean from Muscle Gain Truth also lets you in on how you can sky rocket your testosterone levels. We all know that the more natural testosterone you have in your system, the more strength and muscle mass you'll gain. Well, Sean's going to let you in on some of his secrets to increasing natural testosterone levels.

I've also reviewed Nutrabolics NOZ pre workout drink formula.

Issue #3 May 29 2006

For those of you who are looking for a great dumbbell workout routine, you'll find one in this issue of building muscle 101's newsletter. I've personally designed this routine and if you give it some time, it will help build strength and muscle mass. It's a pretty simple routine, however, it is designed to hit all the major muscle groups and will give you plenty of recovery time.

Also, I've included a tip that will improve the overall effectiveness of the alternate dumbbell curl. It's very simple to do, but, it will greatly improve the range of motion for your biceps.

I think your going to enjoy this issue because I've added a bunch of protein smoothie recipes. I've tried all of these recipes and they are simple to make and very tasty. Enjoy!

Issue #2 April 3 2006 Weight Training Tips

This month, I have a few workouts you may want to try. Actually, for the first, it's more of a tip that will help add slabs of beef to your back. It's a very simple tip, or might I say, an adjustment to the single arm dumbbell row. Simply adjust your grip and the way your lower the weight and you'll increase the range of motion substantially.

Sean from Muscle Gain Truth is going to give the readers of building muscle 101 a brutal shoulder workout that will help add super strength and muscle mass.

I'm also going to give you my take on whether or not your can build muscle and burn fat at the same time. The debate whether or not your can burn fat and build muscle at the same time has been going on for decades. I'm going to let you in on a secret....

I've decided to add weight training logs, diet logs, evaluation charts, and a muscle calender for your weight training needs.


Issue #1 December 2 2005 Let's Get Strong And Build Muscle!

Welcome to building muscle 101's first ever newsletter. In this issue, I'd like to provide you with some fantastic information on building muscle and strength. In particular, there's a one day arm blitzing routine that I'm sure your going to love. I used to do this routine once in a blue moon to stimulate some serious growth.

However, you can't do this workout on a weekly basis because it's just too intense. I also have a technique to really energize your workouts. It's quite simple but very effective. You'll also find a tasty muscle building, beef stroganoff recipe as well. Actually, I really love this recipe because it's simple to make and super tasty. Give it a try, I'm sure you'll love it.

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