muscle building


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Related to muscle building: bodybuilding
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Noun1.muscle building - exercise that builds muscles through tensionmuscle building - exercise that builds muscles through tension
exercise, exercising, physical exercise, physical exertion, workout - the activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit; "the doctor recommended regular exercise"; "he did some exercising"; "the physical exertion required by his work kept him fit"
weightlift, weightlifting - bodybuilding by exercise that involves lifting weights
weight gaining - bodybuilding that increases muscle mass and body weight
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Axiom Foods said its protected Oryzatein product claims are based on clinical trials, which showed that Oryzatein brown rice protein now equals animal-based whey protein in muscle building, maintenance and recovery.
And research shows that protein from animal sources generally has a bigger muscle building response than plant proteins.
Even if you eat a lot of protein, you are likely still missing out on some important muscle building components.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Bodybuilding Federation (PBF) has said that dope tests will be conducted of all bodybuilders before any district or national championship in order to cope with the menace of steroids and supplements that are used for fast muscle building.
We're not taking enough protein on board for efficient muscle building and repair during the day," he said, and eating excessively at night, "which runs the risk of the excess ending up as glucose or fat.
Nutrition and enhanced sports performance; muscle building, endurance, and strength.
However, as far as for muscle building Wise says, "swimming and water aerobics are like doing pushups on a mountain of feather pillows.
Also, features cardio-vascular equipment, free weights and muscle building machines.
Make no mistake, if you take this training seriously, working your way through the yoga, muscle building, cardio-vascular and balancing games, you could seriously improve your health.
Nasar Khan, 25, kept nine unlicensed pitbulls chained up and in pens - along with a dog treadmill and muscle building drugs.
Its products, which include muscle building drinks, are listed in selected Waitrose stores and in 70 Asda stores.