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Mike Furci Weight Training Articles

If you're interested in getting in shape or improving your strength through weight training, check out the columns from Bullz-Eye.com's Fitness Editor, Mike Furci. Whether you're into bodybuilding or just improving your health and appearance, Mike's articles can help you cut through the bull and achieve your goals.

Fitness myth busters
Mythology is great for fans of Greek literature, but not for those looking to build muscle mass and improve their health. Mike debunks common fitness myths about healthy eating and exercise physiology, and challenges you to start with a clean slate.

Nine weeks to bigger arms, part 1: Biceps
In September of 2000, Mike released his "Nine weeks to bigger arms" series, highlighting 10 different types of curls to help build your biceps. Mike recently updated the article with some new info, so take a look and remember: check your ego at the door.

9 Weeks to Bigger Arms Part II: Triceps
After updating part 1 of his Nine Weeks to Bigger Arms series in January, Mike turns his attention to part 2 this week. While many people focus solely on their biceps at the gym, Mike says that's only part of the equation, offering up an improved nine-week program that targets your triceps.

Weight Training Web Guide

Pete Sisco
Pete Sisco has researched innovative bodybuilding and strength training methods for over a decade. Sisco created the Power Factor, Power Index and Relative Static Intensity measurements of muscular overload. He is the co-author of the best-selling fitness books, Static Contraction Training and Power Factor Training and is the editor of IRONMAN's Ultimate Bodybuilding series.

Muscle & Fitness
This site is very informative, with articles covering a wide range of fitness topics. You'll find articles written by top trainers, along with tips on the best ways to get the most out of your workouts. This site satisfies everyone from serious bodybuilders to part-time runners.

This site is packed with hardcore, renegade, muscle-building and fat-burning information. The best thing about this site is not only its content, which Bullz-Eye’s fitness editor considers some of the best on the Internet, but it’s also absolutely free. T-mag.com is definitely for people who want to be on the cutting edge.

Mike Mentzer was not only one of the best competitive pro bodybuilders ever, he was one of the most knowledgeable and intellectual as well. People from all over the world are benefiting from his Heavy Duty-High Intensity Training. Don’t leave your training goals to chance. Advance your knowledge with Mike’s books, articles and tips. 

Claiming to be the most visited bodybuilding site, Bodybuilding.com is not only informative, but offers a complete supplement store online as well. This site is packed with informative articles pertaining to many topics, including training and nutrition.

This state-of-the-art site has received numerous awards for content, as well as design. From a content point of view, Cyberpump.com should be at the top of your list. Everyone from beginners to advanced athletes should visit this site regularly.

Men’s Fitness
Popular men’s magazine featuring fitness advice, lifestyle articles, tips on sex and much more.

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