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Biceps Explained

The biceps with its full name being biceps brachii is called that way because it has two heads.
Both heads of the muscle arise on the scapula and join to form a single muscle belly which is attached to the upper forearm.
As you probably already know the biceps acts to flex the elbow and pretty much every guy wants bigger biceps.

Triceps Explained

Unlike the biceps the triceps are often overlooked by many beginners.
That’s a shame because they make up about two thirds of the upper arm.
So bigger triceps actually benefit your arm size more than bigger biceps.
As you might expect due to the name,TRI it’s a 3-headed muscle group, with a long head, a lateral head and a medial head.

HAMSTRINGS

The hamstrings are a group of muscles at the rear of the upper leg.
They flex the knee joint, adduct the leg and extend the thigh to the backside of the body.
They’re made up of a long head and a short head.

Supplements Overview

The last step in setting up your fitness diet is adding supplements.

Like I said in the beginning, supplements aren’t important at all.

In fact you could see great results without ever using one.

Also most supplements are completely hyped and overpriced.

Supplement brands literally spend hundreds of millions of dollars each year to sell you their new product.

That said there are a few supplements that I think makes sense to add to your diet.

The list is very short and all of them are pretty cheap.

Here’s what I’m talking about.

Back Muscles Explained

The back includes some of the most massive and functionally important muscles in your entire body.

Together they enable you to stand up straight, support your spine and pull, reach and or extend your arms.

Because the back is so big, It’s made up of multiple muscle groups that you should be familiar with.

QUADRICEPS FEMORIS

The quadriceps femoris or quads are a group of muscles located in the front of the thigh.
They’re called that way because the group is comprised of four different muscles.
They are the vastus lateralis, the vastus medialis, the vastus intermedius and the rectus femoris.
The three vastus muscles originates on the femur bone and attaches to the patella, or kneecap.

Side effects on keto

There are six common side effects on a keto diet and in this video you will learn how to avoid them. Most people feel great on keto, full of energy and mental clarity but not in the first week. There is something called “keto flu” and in the first week most people experience it especially on days 2 to 5.

Pre Commitment

Here’s another way you can make a plan in advance that will help you stick to your long term goals.

And that’s something called pre-commitment.

Let’s illustrate that with one of the oldest stories in written record.

OK so here’s the story of Odysseus.
You might remember this story.

Classic story in the Greek tradition.

What to eat on Keto

What exactly do you eat on a keto diet? After watching this video, you’ll know. We talked about the benefits of a keto diet and how it works. In this video you will learn exactly what foods to eat and not to eat, plus when to eat and how much to eat. And you will see that it’s all surprisingly simple.

What Should You Train On Your First Day At The Gym?

If you have just signed up for a gym membership but never actually trained in one you might be a little nervous about your first day there.

You’re probably wondering what all these machines and exercises are actually for and whether you really need them.

And there is all the gym lingo too that you might not be familiar with.

Like reps, sets, pull ups or pull downs.

Back Muscles Explained

The back includes some of the most massive and functionally important muscles in your entire body.

Together they enable you to stand up straight, support your spine and pull, reach and or extend your arms.

Because the back is so big, It’s made up of multiple muscle groups that you should be familiar with.

QUADRICEPS FEMORIS

The quadriceps femoris or quads are a group of muscles located in the front of the thigh.
They’re called that way because the group is comprised of four different muscles.
They are the vastus lateralis, the vastus medialis, the vastus intermedius and the rectus femoris.
The three vastus muscles originates on the femur bone and attaches to the patella, or kneecap.

Side effects on keto

There are six common side effects on a keto diet and in this video you will learn how to avoid them. Most people feel great on keto, full of energy and mental clarity but not in the first week. There is something called “keto flu” and in the first week most people experience it especially on days 2 to 5.

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