• Brian Rubach - Master Chemist, Pharmagenx President & Founder

    by Brian Rubach
    on January 10, 2014
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     My passion comes from a lifetime of study, experience, and experimentation. I’m often asked why I’m so passionate about my goal of creating the highest quality and most effective supplements on the market. My passion comes from a lifetime of study, experience, and experimentation. I accomplished my goal by learning everything I could about how the body performs and how supplements can enhance that performance. I’ve realized my dream. I love what I’ve built and I want you to be a part of it. My Body Building Career While attending college at the State University of New York College...

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  • Now there's proof: training for fat spot reduction doesn't work

    by Staff .
    on January 02, 2014
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    Even if you do a couple of hundred reps for each set of your triceps extensions, it won't help the fat on your upper arms to disappear. And you won't get rid of the fat on your hips by doing sets of hundreds of reps on the leg press either. Spot reducing fat through training is impossible, as any good trainer will tell you. But until recently there was no scientific proof for what most people knew from experience. Now Chilean scientists have published the results of a small but convincing study in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research....

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  • How jump squats can help your legs grow faster

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    on January 02, 2014
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    Three sets of jump squats is an excellent way to round off your leg-muscle training. According to sports scientists at AUT University in New Zealand, doing jump squats at the end of a leg-training session raises testosterone synthesis, which speeds up your muscle mass and strength building. There’s a small stack of studies which suggest that adding plyometrics to your strength training helps increase your strength and above all your power. It seems that exercises like jump squats stimulate your leg muscles in a different way than regular strength training exercises. The researchers thought that the effect of plyometric training...

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  • Proof: plank is better for your core than crunches

    by Staff .
    on January 02, 2014
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    If you want to build up a good mid section, with strong lower back muscles and abdominals that can take a punch or two, you're better off doing an exercise like the plank rather than crunches. Better trainers have been saying this for a few years already, and a study from Pennsylvania State University, which will soon be published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, now proves them right. There are two disadvantages to old-fashioned sit-ups and crunches. In the long term they are likely to lead to back problems because of the pressure they create on the...

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