He calls himself "Sixpack", but the 23-year-old German top athlete Alon Gabbay has got far more than only amazing abs. His many fans admire his muscle gains, his definition, his proportions, and the passionate bodybuilder's knowledge. Alon documents his progress in this video: from 136 lbs to 187 lbs.
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 187 lbs, plan to bulk up to 200 lbs
Arms: 17.3 inches
Bench press: 330 lbs, 1 rep
Squat: 350 lbs, 5 reps
Deadlift: 420 lbs, 3 reps
Screen captures from the flexing video below:
Alon's off season flexing:
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This man is a fighter when he is training. At Gold's Gym in Las Vegas, the place where big bodybuilders are made, handsome French bodybuilder Yann demonstrates his comprehensive arm workout. Four videos:
Video 1: Bicep curls
Video 2: Hammer curls
Video 3: Preacher curl machine
Video 4: Triceps
His arms show the effect. Kamil Bak, the 25-year-old fitness model living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US (height: 5'11", weight: 159 lbs), hits the iron in two videos. In the first video he does standing biceps curls and hammer curls, in the second video Kamil demonstrates negatives at the bench press.
Video 1: Biceps curls
Video 2: Bench press
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"That's what makes you number one!" Greg Plitt proudly announces "Dumbbell Destruction", the 26th instructional workout video available to GregPlitt.com members. In this 45 minute video, Greg takes you through an all dumbbell, intense, full body workout that you can do anywhere. Plus, it will keep your fat burn going, as it works your secondary muscles. Enjoy the training, the music, and Greg Plitt at his best in this video:
Greg Plitt's web site: www.gregplitt.com
The Members Section contains 92 videos, and is updated weekly.
Greg Plitt's Facebook link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Official-Greg-Plitt-Fan-Page/351504459854
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A new top athlete on AllAmericanGuys: William is originally from Nebraska, but moved to Florida in his early teens. He's an avid sportsman and played NCAA division I football in college. He also loves baseball, MMA, kickboxing, Brazilian jujitsu, weightlifting and mountain biking among other sports. When not working as a part time model or engineer (his day job), his hobbies include hunting, fishing, going to concerts, beach trips, strip clubs and casinos. He's also a personal trainer on occasions as he likes to pass on his knowledge of fitness and body sculpting.
Main stats: Height: 6'2, Weight: 205
Most admired body part: Pecs/Chest
You find many high quality photos and videos with William here on AllAmericanGuys.
The amount of repetitions are decisive for your strength and progress. Fitness trainer and model David Rich explains all you need to know about repetitions:
"When determining the amount of reps to do you must first determine what your goals are. Low reps (1-8) produce the greatest amount of absolute strength. Medium reps (9-20) produce more anaerobic strength. While high reps (21-40) produce mainly aerobic endurance strength. As a bodybuilder variety is the key for muscle growth, so you will want to train in a wide rep range. This range can go anywhere from 1-40 reps with 90% of your training between 5-15 reps. When lifting heavy, around 8 reps or less, you will be using your white muscle fibers more. As you get into the higher reps, around 15 or more, you will be using the red fibers more. While 10-12 reps produces the most volume. Knowing when and how to change these reps is a major part of making results.
Think of every rep as a set and every set as a series'. Don't rush through the reps so you can get to the last one. Instead focus on every rep as if it were an entire set. Focus on proper movement and form, focus on feeling the muscles work, and focus on getting the most out of that rep. Then put that same focus into the next one. This will allow you to get maximum results from every workout."
David Rich's website: http://davidrichfitness.com/
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