Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 30, 2011
Iron Man magazine’s Digital Revolution continues to take the bodybuilding world by storm. This latest update for the world's most innovative bodybuilding app sponsored by SAN Nutrition features grueling workouts, results-producing shape-up tips and ‘insider’ nutrition research. Discover the emerging science behind muscle building and nutrition. Take a sneak peak at Hardbody fitness models with exclusive video, bonus photos, Facebook, Twitter sharing, and more. While viewable on smartphones, the app on the iPad takes full advantage of the technology as the spectacular photography of Michael Neveux truly jumps out at you—sharp and vibrant, almost 3D.
With the latest update, notable training articles include: Biceps on a Budget – Three great dumbbell exercises; Inspiration vs. Motivation – Stoking the fire within you; DXO Overload – The stretch to more muscle; Getting a Weak Back to Grow – Arnold’s Back Secrets; Simplified Workouts for Fewer Injuries – Avoid aches and pains with proper recovery; Free Weights – Tools for sculpting your best body; How Often to Stretch – Is it possible to stretch too much?
Catch up with rising stars in the fitness and competitive bodybuilding industry such as Leslie Meyers McNeill and Raymond Querido as well as glean simple tips for personal trainers to increase income; why brain food is so important to strength training; saving gym time with 4X Supersets; identifying good trans fats… and so much more.
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To download the IRON MAN Magazine Mobile App, simply text IRONMANMAG to 46275 or visit http://www.ironmanmagazine.com/mobile from your phone’s mobile web browser.
Supported devices: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, BlackBerry, Android. Coming Soon: Palm web OS, Nokia S60 and Windows Mobile.
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