I hope everyone has been awesome and is working toward their goals. Winter is gone and Spring is here but the cold mornings and winds are still here in Perth, Western Australia. A lot of people are starting to dust the cobwebs off and getting out for their morning walks and gym sessions.
I know that in today’s society that seems to be 90% of the populations yearly health and fitness cycle. When it’s cold stay inside and eat hot foods. When its Warm, get healthy, shredded and head to the beach. As a Personal trainer and Lifestyle Mentor I empower people to live a balanced life and mindset all year round so you dont have these physical and emotional ups and downs. It is not the easiest thing to do but it can be done.
Yes one way would be to travel the world throughout the year and chase the sun but its not most peoples reality. SO LETS CREATE A HEALTHY MINDSET CHANGE AND LETS GET INTO ACTION NOW! 🙂
Building strong arms is always a want for most men. I remember comparing biceps with mates in primary school all the way up til the end of high school. hahaha
Isn’t it funny how we use our biceps or chest muscles to compare each others strength and masculinity. As I grew up, joined the Australian Navy, got educated and did my Master Personal Trainers and Strength & Conditioning. First thing, I now know that that majority of your arm size comes from your Tricep muscles (back of your arm) and your true strength and masculinity comes from your determination, consistency and hard work.
BUTTTTTT……… It’s still great to have BIG BICEPS & and a well built CHEST 🙂 hahah
Check this great artlicle out from BodyBuilding.com on Building Biceps.
In bodybuilding everybody wants big biceps, as they are a most impressive area to develop, and given their high visibility and superficiality, signify strength perhaps like no other body part. When someone asks, “flex a muscle” they do not want to see your calves. It is the biceps that are usually requested.
Also, the greatest professional bodybuilding champions are usually those who are known for tremendous biceps size and shape. From the Austrian Oak, Arnold Schwarzenegger, through to current Mr. Olympia, Ronnie Coleman, great champions usually possess great biceps.
The biceps grouping (anatomically known as the biceps brachii), of which there are two heads (the short head or outer biceps and the long head, or inner) comprise the upper portion of the upper arm and are responsible for elbow flexion (moving the hand toward the shoulder), elbow supination (rotating the palm upward) and shoulder flexion/transverse flexion.
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