💪 Bulk Up With These 9 High-Protein, Low-Carb Foods


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Here’s what we’re talking about today:

  • Tips for training your chest

  • Nine high-protein, low-carb foods you need in your diet

  • Six landmine exercises to try for shoulder development


Your Chest, Explained

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There’s a reason gym rats all over the world celebrate “International Chest Day” every Monday. For physique-minded, stringer-tank-clad gym bros and “how much ya bench?” strength athletes alike, the pilgrimage from the gym doors to the bench press is as sacred a ritual as whipping up a pre-workout protein shake.

Powerful, well-developed chest muscles steal the show at bodybuilding and strength competitions. But building impressive pecs takes more than stubborn effort — you need a level of knowledge about your chest that’s more than skin deep.

That’s why we’ve put together the only cheat sheet you’ll ever need for your chest. From a breakdown of your basic chest anatomy to actionable tips on the best way to train, it’s time to beef up your pec knowledge.


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Protein-Packed Munchies 

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Protein offers numerous benefits for your fitness goals, from building copious amounts of muscle to keeping hunger at bay. Moreover, protein-packed foods have a higher thermic effect than fat or carbs, meaning that you can eat more of it, compared to the two other macronutrients, with less chance of those calories being stored as body fat.

However, relying solely on chicken and steak as primary sources can become monotonous. That's why we’ve curated a list of nine protein-rich foods to diversify your diet and provide a wide range of essential micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) that keep your body operating at its best.

From egg whites and scallops to Greek yogurt and cottage cheese (don’t knock ‘em till you try ‘em), explore the nutritional breakdown of each and enjoy a sample meal plan to make your bodybuilding journey delicious and nutritious. 


Delt Express

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Targeting the deltoids is key for those looking to build a broader physique. You can effectively shape and strengthen your shoulders by incorporating compound and isolation movements like the barbell shoulder press and dumbbell lateral raises. However, to maximize your results, you need to vary your exercises and introduce new stimuli to challenge your muscles. That's where the landmine press comes in.

Adding this exercise to your push day can help you target your delts from different angles, leading to more significant muscle growth and development. We’ve provided a comprehensive breakdown of six landmine shoulder variations, highlighting how these moves effectively engage the anterior, posterior, and lateral deltoid muscles. Once you learn these exercises, you’ll never wait an eternity for a clear power rack again.


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