Tag: muscle gain

Cushions & jumpers… an analogy to female bulking

Lifting weights leads to huge biceps, traps and quadzillas. It creates an uncanny resemblance to the incredible hulk and develops the ability to tear clothes at the slightest squeeze of a muscle Anyone can easily add 10, 20 or 30lbs of muscle in a few measly months by simply eating more protein and lifting a […]

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Three principles for muscle development

Have you been training for a while now but don’t appear to be making any mentionable gains? Maybe you seen an initial surge in development but now you struggle to see changes.   I spent a good amount of time in my younger years looking for development, but I was always disappointed with the lack […]

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One reason you are not seeing results

When was the last time you noted actual progress. Progress that you could say with 100% certainty confirms what you are doing inside of the gym and outside of the gym is actually working? Do you how how it feels to be reassured that what you are doing is taking you one step closer to […]

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What is a transformation?

A transformation is anything that is specific to you that you have actively and positively changed. Here at LIFT, in Stanley, we specialise in working with you to achieve your own ambitions of positively transforming your life. This can be your physique, your confidence, your self-esteem, your health or a combination of them all Here […]

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Suzanne Results!

The persistency of weights causing, women in particular, to bulk still resides and fails to be quashed Suzanne is a first-class example of how lifting weights “does not” cause bulk She has been training with us now for a good 8-10 months and resembles nothing of the incredible hulk But there is something that she […]

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This is…. Blowing your mind

Let me blow your mind! We can lose weight eating only Doritos and Kit-Kats, and we can gain weight eating only chicken and broccoli! MIND = BLOWN Without going too science on you all, weight gain and weight loss is simply dictated by our TDEE (total daily energy expenditure). TDEE is how many calories we […]

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