A brand new website has been launched by Muscle&Cuts providing fitness and workout fans with up to date industry information and trends to help them get the most out of their weight training and body building regimes. Currently trending is the non-bulky muscular look for women.
For information about the new Muscle&Cuts visit the website: http://www.muscleandcuts.com.
With social media plunging the human female figure into the spotlight more than ever through fitness competitions, it’s becoming increasingly popular for women to aspire to a muscle-toned physique. Since the renowned Olympia world body building organization dropped its female body building category in 2015, the trend has moved away from the bulky, masculine look towards a leaner, fitter, athletic look.
Muscle&Cuts focuses on bringing its readers realistic tips on setting and achieving fitness goals, finding time to work out, strategies for building muscle and tweaking workouts to maximize results. The reasons behind gaining muscle before shredding fat are explained. It also focuses on fitness beginners or returnees, with advice on how to progress, prevent injury and remain motivated; one of the biggest obstacles for beginners is not seeing immediate results.
Other discussions on the Muscle&Cuts website cover detailed methods of exercise and weight lifting techniques, such as paying particular attention to using correct form, appropriate weight for each movement, appropriate range of motion for each movement, how the weight and movement affects the particular muscle group, the best order in which to perform exercises pertaining to the same body part and suitable timing of rest days.
The newly launched site in no way endorses the use of steroids, but it does examine the role of steroids during the golden era of bodybuilding, which saw greats such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Frank Zane and Mike Menzer. Whilst there’s still uncertainty as to what extent Arnold did use steroids, it’s said that steroid use during that era had proceeded with caution compared to today’s standards.
Muscle&Cuts reports on the latest trends in the workout industry, covering items such as pre and post workout plans, workout and conditioning programs, meal and nutrition ideas, motivational tips for beginners, how to video clips and an ever-growing list of resources and an online store.
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