Beach Built: The 9 Best Training Moves From Muscle Beach

Hunter White @ 2019-08-09 09:33:58 -0700

Nick Collias  6 min read : There are two kinds of people at Muscle Beach Venice: those who are working, and those who are watching. Why isn't the second group getting in on the action? They're nervous, they're intimidated, and they're just not ready—yet. But with these nine moves, they could be. Looking for your next strength and fitness goal? Get good—not just proficient, but seriously good—at these nine movements. Then, when you get to the beach, you'll be ready and able to step up to the bar. And what's more, you'll have a physique that's ready to show off...

Eating for Aesthetics: 10 Essential Rules to Get Muscle Beach Ready

Hunter White @ 2019-08-08 17:55:48 -0700

Michael Berg, NSCA-CPT •  7 min read Anyone can eat enough to get big. But if you want to add the kind of size that looks right when you're strolling down the boardwalk by the Muscle Beach Gym in Venice—where some of the greatest bodybuilders of all time have looked their best—then just "big" won't cut it. The greats of yesteryear knew it was possible to grow from scrawny to huge in a way that builds symmetrical, streamlined muscle and gives you a dense, lean look from your traps to your calves. They knew that with patience and the right plan,...

Boardwalk Wheels: The Muscle Beach Leg Workout

Cynthia Andrade @ 2019-08-08 17:44:18 -0700

Nick Collias •  5 min read When you visit a historic, iconic gym like Muscle Beach Venice, in California, it can be tempting to simply stand along the sidelines and watch. At this gym, unlike anywhere else in the world, athletes are onstage 365 days a year, many doing crazy stunts on the pull-up bars or tossing around weights to earn applause from bystanders. But on the flipside, the great physiques of Muscle Beach's past were forged through hard work, and hard workouts, on the simple machines and free weights along the boardwalk. And the best tribute you can give to bodybuilding history is...

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