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Dec 31, 2011

Hot Male Bodybuilder Rob Kreider Part II - The Sexy Photos Set

Rob Kreider - Hot Competitive Bodybuilder



Rob Kreider


Popular nationally ranked NPC competitor Rob Kreider makes his first appearance on MuscleGallery.com, shooting in our Miami studios just after his appearance at the 2011 NPC Nationals. Enjoy! As he said "A muscle has to be stimulated to respond and the response is and can only can be growth (hypertrophy), maintenance, or loss of tissue (atrophy). Weight training is the preferred stimulus for muscIe growth but low intensity weight training will only minimally stimulate the muscIe to maintain its current disposition. If you are satisfied with your current progress, work easily, maintain easily, sure. But work easy too long or too hard too often, you'll regress. Want to grow? Work HARD. Work infrequently or at least pay attention to your ability to recover between sessions."



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Rob Kreider - Hot Competitive Bodybuilder Rob Kreider - Hot Competitive Bodybuilder Rob Kreider - Hot Competitive Bodybuilder


Rob Kreider - Hot Competitive Bodybuilder Rob Kreider - Hot Competitive Bodybuilder


Because after stimulus, the next piece of the puzzle is recovery which ONLY takes place if adequate rest and nutrition are adhered to. Resting is the easy part of it. You just stay away from weights between sessions until you progress. You do not return to training the muscIes at least until the pain from your previous workout has subsided once you reach the level of a truly advanced athlete. Just because soreness is gone, doesn't mean you're ready for more! That only means that the nerve endings have partially recovered! The muscle still has not overcompensated from the prior weight training, and has thus, not grown.


Rob Kreider - Hot Competitive Bodybuilder Rob Kreider - Hot Competitive Bodybuilder Rob Kreider - Hot Competitive Bodybuilder


One trick Rob has found to be pretty successful is to use rest pause repetitions. For example..seated calf raises done to failure and rack the weight for 10-15 seconds...unrack it and do as many as you can...rest again...and repeat. Another thing he has used is to super set seated calf raises with standing calf raises...making it a pre-exhaust type of exercise.


Rob Kreider - Hot Competitive Bodybuilder Rob Kreider - Hot Competitive Bodybuilder




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