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So if you've read the first part of my Progenex review than you'll know there is a second part. To give a quick re-cap of what I talked about was the protein is a high quality, maybe the highest grade hydro-whey you can buy on the market. The idea behind this product is to provide the fastest possible recovery by providing the fastest absorbing whey protein. So now you may be wondering if it is just a marketing ploy or if it is actually the real deal. I've had over a week with this stuff and I will give you my initial reactions + beach body.

Let me first start by recapping some of the flavoring I've gotten to know them quite well over the week. The chocolate is a bit weak for me, if you mix 2 packets (2 scoops) it has a stronger flavor that is much better, but one scoop on its own should not be mixed with much water. The Vanilla on the other hand which is called Tropical Vanilla is stronger. It has almost a pina colada type flavor to it which didn't sit well with me. So I can only recommend the chocolate flavor to people. If you don't mind a tropically vanilla type flavor than you will be good to go with that!

Now to the main part, the recovery aspect. Its been an intense week of lifting and it would seem to me that after starting taking progenex post workout than you will find out your in for a suprise. Who would think that a protein would be able to help so much, especially when using an isolate or blend of some kind. I noticed the next day I was not as sore and I also found out that I felt more refreshed in my next workout. Again you might be thinking I am being paid to say that or am a sponsor of progenex. I am in no way benefiting by lieing to my readers.

The main turn away of this product is the price. It is quite expensive you can find 10% discounts for this post workout protein. Never the less if you have some extra money and want to invest into something that will actually help than go for it. It will help you recover faster, nothing to the point that you will become some super athlete but it will help. It sure beats other "miracle" products that companies claim to be the next breakthrough. This product helps and it does a good job at it. Nothing signifigant but notiecable and its a good place to put some money towards. 

Welcome to HitTheRack.net your one stop place to find the latest on bodybuilding research, supplements, techniques, and more! No need to visit other websites when it is all compiled here!In my opinion, nothing completes a bodybuilder’s physique more than a set of thick, vein-bulging forearms, yet so many bodybuilders disregard their forearms and think of them as one of the smaller muscles, which is far from wrong. In my bodybuilding experience, I have met countless numbers of bodybuilders who use the excuse ‘My forearms work themselves while I’m working my other body parts’, and while this is partially true, it is still very inaccurate.

The added benefits of working your forearms as a separate muscle are definitely worth the pain of working them. Not only does working your forearms make them look way bigger and way more defined, they will also help increase your grip strength, which can help increase your overall strength dramatically. Many bodybuilders underestimate the amount of gains which can come as a result of working your forearms. For example, when I started working my forearms separately, and spent a full workout session on them, my grip strength increased so much that it helped my bench press improve by 25 pounds!

Now, as well as an increase in grip strength, working your forearms more will make them, and your whole body more aesthetically pleasing. Many bodybuilders have amazing upper body size and definition, but when your huge biceps and horse shoe triceps sit on top of weedy forearms, you are never going to make it far in the sport of bodybuilding. Want to win Mr Universe? Well you’re not going to get there without a good set of forearms. (Think Ronnie Coleman! His forearms should be what you aspire to have).

The best time to work your forearms is after you have just worked your biceps, as the 2 muscles pair up and go hand in hand. One tip is to not work your forearms the day before you work your back, as it will deplete your energy and will lower the effectiveness of your back workout. In terms of sets and reps, it is better to work your forearms for a small amount of time, but at a high intensity, that is of course if you’re looking for size and strength. If you are looking for a nice cut and lean definition, then a longer workout at lower intensity will work the best. In my opinion, 3 exercises is all that you need in order to maximise your forearm workout, but to keep your workout that short and sweet, you must hit it with maximum intensity. I am going to assume that you know of some forearm exercises, and let you know my routine which will definitely help you get them all important, vein-bulging forearms:

Reverse-grip bicep curl: 20 repetitions.

Barbell wrist curl: 20 repetitions

 Reverse-grip barbell wrist curl: 20 repetitions

Complete the whole 60 repetitions, and then start again with a slightly lower weight. The amount of weight to use for the first set is dependent on you, but you should aim to use a weight that you can just squeeze out 20 repetitions with.

Follow this small routine once or twice a week, and I can guarantee that you will wish you had took notice of your forearms from the day you began body building. Powerful forearms will without a doubt help you progress in your bodybuilding ventures, whether you are doing it for fun or you are competing. Respect the forearms!

In my opinion, nothing completes a bodybuilder’s physique more than a set of thick, vein-bulging forearms, yet so many bodybuilders disregard their forearms and think of them as one of the smaller muscles, which is far from wrong. In my bodybuilding experience, I have met countless numbers of bodybuilders who use the excuse ‘My forearms work themselves while I’m working my other body parts’, and while this is partially true, it is still very inaccurate.

The added benefits of working your forearms as a separate muscle are definitely worth the pain of working them. Not only does working your forearms make them look way bigger and way more defined, they will also help increase your grip strength, which can help increase your overall strength dramatically. Many bodybuilders underestimate the amount of gains which can come as a result of working your forearms. For example, when I started working my forearms separately, and spent a full workout session on them, my grip strength increased so much that it helped my bench press improve by 25 pounds!

Now, as well as an increase in grip strength, working your forearms more will make them, and your whole body more aesthetically pleasing. Many bodybuilders have amazing upper body size and definition, but when your huge biceps and horse shoe triceps sit on top of weedy forearms, you are never going to make it far in the sport of bodybuilding. Want to win Mr Universe? Well you’re not going to get there without a good set of forearms. (Think Ronnie Coleman! His forearms should be what you aspire to have).

The best time to work your forearms is after you have just worked your biceps, as the 2 muscles pair up and go hand in hand. One tip is to not work your forearms the day before you work your back, as it will deplete your energy and will lower the effectiveness of your back workout. In terms of sets and reps, it is better to work your forearms for a small amount of time, but at a high intensity, that is of course if you’re looking for size and strength. If you are looking for a nice cut and lean definition, then a longer workout at lower intensity will work the best. In my opinion, 3 exercises is all that you need in order to maximise your forearm workout, but to keep your workout that short and sweet, you must hit it with maximum intensity. I am going to assume that you know of some forearm exercises, and let you know my routine which will definitely help you get them all important, vein-bulging forearms:

Reverse-grip bicep curl: 20 repetitions.

Barbell wrist curl: 20 repetitions

 Reverse-grip barbell wrist curl: 20 repetitions

Complete the whole 60 repetitions, and then start again with a slightly lower weight. The amount of weight to use for the first set is dependent on you, but you should aim to use a weight that you can just squeeze out 20 repetitions with.

Follow this small routine once or twice a week, and I can guarantee that you will wish you had took notice of your forearms from the day you began body building. Powerful forearms will without a doubt help you progress in your bodybuilding ventures, whether you are doing it for fun or you are competing. Respect the forearms!

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