Bodybuilding Strength training

Published on January 25th, 2013 | by George Conte

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Strength training exercises

As you know, I consider natural bodybuilding the best way to lose weight, improve your health, psychology and well-being. I have gathered here a collection of videos that I believe will help you learn the appropriate technique of various strength training exercises. This is very important because it will help you reach your goals faster (either burn fat or add muscle) and at the same time avoid problems like injuries. I will cover here the most important compound exercises that give the best results because they target many muscles at the same time.

The three most important compound exercises you absolutely need to learn how to do correctly are:

Squat – The king of exercises

Deadlift- The second best compound exercise

Bench press – The last of the three most important exercises


 Other important exercises you need to learn are:

Standing military press

Bent Over Row

Power cleans

Chin Up

You can train pretty much 95% of your body’s muscles if you learn the correct technique for the above exercises. Along with a proper nutritional plan and some aerobic exercise you pretty much have the ultimate lifestyle for a healthy body and mind.


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About the Author

George Conte is a student of Nutrition and Dietetics, a fitness and healthy living enthusiast. After seven years of personal experience with weight loss, exercise and a total body transformation where he managed to burn 121+ pounds of fat he became the founder of Dietuni.com. A website dedicated to help you overcome obesity and transform your life the same way he did!



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