EPIC BATTLE: Free Weights vs. Resistance Bands


Despite the similarities between elastic resistance and free-weight resistance, people would assume, due to the lightweight and “flimsy” appearance of elastic resistance equipment such as elastic tubing, that free weights are clearly the better resistance equipment.

Today, you’re going to learn that resistance bands just might beat out free weights in some prime areas.

Elastic resistance exercise, such as the use of elastic tubing equipment, has been used for almost a century. It originally was used as a fitness technique, but eventually progressed to be used as a rehabilitation device. Today it is used commonly in both fitness and rehabilitation facilities around the world. Both elastic resistance and free-weight resistance (such as barbells and dumbbells) have several similar properties:

  • Both provide some form of resistance
  • Both allow a free range of motion
  • Both allow variable speed of movement
  • Both allow progressive resistance.All four of these properties are critical for the benefits offered by effective resistance-training programs.

Studies have shown that muscle activity and peak load during elastic-resistance exercise is similar to free-weight resistance exercise. This means that when comparing the same exercise performed with an elastic resistance device or with free weights, the amount of muscle fibers activated is similar and the amount of force provided by the muscle fibers is similar.

Studies on elastic resistance training have also shown that programs using elastic tubing, elastic bands and similar devices increase muscle strength and muscle size and decrease body fat in a similar manner to free-weight training programs.

In addition to the similarities that elastic resistance shares with free-weight resistance, there are several benefits that elastic resistance offers that free-weight resistance does not.

One of the most important benefits of elastic resistance is that, unlike free weights, it does not rely on gravity to provide resistance. This increases its potential for use in more functional movement patterns that mimic both everyday activities and sport-specific activities.

Because free weights rely on gravity to provide resistance, they can only provide resistance in a vertical plane —the direction of gravity. This means that if you do an exercise with a free weight in the horizontal plane, such as moving your left hand (while holding a dumbbell) from the left side of your body to the right side of your body, there is no resistance to that movement. With elastic tubing, on the other hand, you can have resistance when doing exercises in a horizontal plane. This means you can perform exercises such as twisting your body from side to side, side kicks and punches, as well as movements that mimic a baseball swing or basketball pass with elastic resistance.

Performing exercises with resistance in a horizontal plane better prepares the individual for performing daily tasks—such as turning his body while carrying a heavy box—much easier and with less risk for injury. It also better prepares athletes for competitive movements that take place in a horizontal plane, such as swinging a baseball bat, and helps to prevent sports injuries. A study, from Louisiana State University (New Orleans), discovered that an elastic band training program strengthened the rotator cuff muscles of collegiate baseball pitchers better than a program that used free-weight dumbbells.

Because elastic resistance does not rely on gravity to provide resistance, it is possible to change the emphasis placed on muscles during certain exercises. This is made possible by changing the direction of pull of the elastic tubing or bands. For example, research from Brigham Young University reported that it was possible to change the emphasis placed on the quadriceps and hamstrings during squatting or stepping exercises by changing the direction of pull of the elastic tubing. The ability to change muscle emphasis is important for those who want to target specific muscles either for aesthetic reasons or for strengthening for sport competition. It is also important for those with injuries, as shifting the force more to certain muscles can help protect certain associated joints. For example, greater hamstring emphasis during squatting or stepping exercises helps to protect certain structures around the knee. This is difficult to accomplish with free weights because, as previously stated, they require the direction of force to be vertical, due to the reliance on gravity for resistance.

Another benefit provided by the fact that elastic resistance does not rely on gravity is that it provides continuous tension to the muscles being trained. When you lift a free weight like a dumbbell in any direction other than straight up and down, the tension on the muscle can actually be removed at certain points in the range of motion. For example, when doing a biceps curl with a dumbbell, as you curl the dumbbell up towards the shoulder, at the very top of the movement the dumbbell is literally falling towards the shoulder. This means that the tension on the biceps has been removed because the dumbbell is no longer being lifted up against gravity by the biceps. When doing a biceps curl with elastic resistance, the tension is present throughout the entire range of motion because the elastic material provides resistance due to its own properties.

The fact that elastic resistance equipment does not rely on gravity also means that the elastic resistance equipment used can be inexpensive, lightweight and easily stored and transported despite its ability to provide strong resistance11. On the contrary, free weights must be heavy and cumbersome to provide strong resistance. In addition, free weights tend to be expensive as they are typically priced by the pound.

Another unique benefit of elastic resistance that free weight resistance does not offer is linear variable resistance. What this means is that, as the range of motion of the exercise increases, the resistance provided by the elastic equipment increases. For example, when doing a biceps curl, as you curl your hand up toward your shoulder, the resistance of the elastic tubing increases. This is due to the physical properties of elastic material. As its length increases (from being stretched), it provides more resistance. One of the benefits of this is that as the range of motion increases and the resistance increases, the number of muscle fibers that are being used in the exercising muscle increase. The more muscle fibers being used, the greater the adaptations in muscle strength that can be achieved with the training program. This benefit is not offered by free-weight resistance.

Another reason linear variable resistance, as provided by elastic resistance, is beneficial is due to what is known as the strength curve of muscles. The linear variable resistance provided by elastic tubing better mimics the strength curves of most muscles. A strength curve refers to the way a muscle’s or muscle group’s strength changes over a range of motion. Because of their anatomy, most muscles increase in strength over the range of motion until a certain point. Again using the biceps curl as an example, as you curl the hand toward the shoulder, the muscle gets stronger up until about the halfway point of the range of motion. Thus, the biceps muscle is weakest at the start of the exercise and strongest at the halfway point of the exercise.

When doing a biceps curl with a free weight, the individual is limited to how much resistance he can use by how strong the biceps are at the beginning of the exercise (its weakest point). That means that during the biceps curl, the muscle is not receiving adequate resistance when the muscle is in its strongest point in the range of motion. When performing a curl with elastic tubing, however, the resistance increases as the range of motion increases. This means the muscle is receiving greater resistance at its strongest point in the range of motion and therefore is receiving more adequate resistance to better stimulate strength adaptations.

Many individuals using elastic resistance report that they can feel a difference, such as a stronger burn in the muscles and greater muscle fatigue, as compared to when they use free weights. This is due to the linear variable resistance that the elastic resistance equipment offers. This allows a greater number of muscle fibers to be used and taxed throughout the range of motion. Anecdotal evidence aside, research studies also confirm this difference.

One study performed at Truman State University (Kirksville, MO) found that athletes who included elastic resistance bench press training in their regimens had a significantly greater increase in bench press strength and power as compared to those who only utilized free-weight resistance training. Another study, performed at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, reported in a 2006 issue of the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, that when athletes used elastic band training in addition to free-weight training they had significantly more leg power than when they only utilized free-weight training.

A critical benefit of elastic resistance is that it prevents the user from “cheating” on the exercise being performed. This is a common practice, especially for beginners, when using free weights. Cheating involves the use of momentum to get the weight moving. Once the weight has built up momentum, the muscle fibers do not need to be maximally activated to continue moving the weight throughout the rest of the range of motion of the exercise. This is due to the fact that the physics of momentum have taken over to move the weight. The physical properties of elastic resistance devices do not allow the user to cheat by using momentum. This is because the resistance from the elastic equipment comes from the stretching of the elastic material and not the mass of the elastic equipment. The only way to continue a movement while performing an exercise with elastic resistance is to utilize more muscle fibers in the exercising muscle to continue stretching the elastic material.

The research performed on elastic resistance suggests that not only does elastic resistance offer similar benefits to free-weight resistance, but it actually has several benefits that outweigh (pun intended) those of free weights. This means that a program using elastic tubing resistance can provide similar benefits to a program that uses free-weight resistance, such as increased muscle strength, increase muscle tone and size and decreased body fat. In addition, a program that uses elastic tubing resistance can also provide benefits that are not offered by free-weight resistance programs, such as more functional strength, better injury prevention, greater ability to change muscle emphasis during exercises, greater muscle power development and easier use.

Benefits of Elastic Resistance vs. Free-Weight Resistance

Elastic Resistance
Free-Weight Resistance
Provides progressive resistance
Allows free movement
Allows variable speed of movement
Increases muscle strength
Increases muscle size
Decreases body fat
Provides resistance in multiple directions
Provides variable resistance
Provides constant tension
Prevents cheating
Easy to store
Easy to transport


Tristan "Lucky"

Written by: Tristan “Lucky”


TRICEPS: Train All Three Heads

The triceps muscle is composed of three heads – and these need to be trained in a very specific way.

Q: My tricep doesn’t seem to be very responsive. Can you give me some training tips?

A: First, the triceps muscle is one muscle composed of three heads. So, it’s not one head, as in ‘tricep’. All three heads work together when doing any triceps movement. If you performed a ‘tricep’ exercise you would hit only one of the three triceps heads, and that’s not possible!

Properly training 
for results
Surprising to some, the triceps muscle takes up two-thirds of your arm space, making it larger than the biceps muscle. Even though your triceps may be the larger of the two arm muscles, it may not be as developed as your biceps. This is actually common because your triceps are located on the back of your arms, sort of out of sight and a lot of people tend to not train the rear body parts as intensely, since they can’t be seen as much.

Now that you know that you have a triceps (a three-headed muscle) muscle and not just a ‘tricep’ (a non-existent one-headed muscle) you need to understand the insertion points so you can train all three heads in the best possible way for maximum development.

Here is how your triceps muscle is broken down.
1. The long head runs down the back of your arm and is the largest of the three heads. It’s also referred to as the inner head.
2. The medial head is positioned on the midline of the triceps, lying deep within the arm. This head is appropriately referred to as the middle head at times.
3. The lateral head is located on the outside of the arm, giving that familiar horseshoe shape that makes your triceps stand out. This head is often referred to as the outer head.

So, what are you supposed to do with that information? Here’s the trick. To build serious mass on your triceps, you need to train each head in a precise order. As the angle of your arms change, the intensity of stress affects the heads differently. It’s not uncommon for trainees to train their lateral head too much and not pay enough attention to the medial and long heads.

The long head 
(the belly of the muscle)
The secret is to start with the long head — train that first and work down to the smallest head, the lateral head. What does training in this fashion do? Training with the longest head and working down allows you to put the most intensity and power into the primary head that is responsible for overall size.

When you train the long head, the other two heads will be stimulated either partially or fully, depending on the exercise. Even so, you should start your weight training with an exercise that works the long head of the triceps muscle. Exercises that zone in on the long head are the ones that allow the triceps to stretch fully. When training your triceps, your arm and elbow positions are critical. Usually, any movement over the head allows the long head to be stretched completely. By developing the long head you will build well-rounded triceps with a lot of depth. Exactly what you want!

Below are some triceps exercises that zone in on the long head:
• Skulls/lying triceps extensions/
French press
• Overhead extension (reverse grip too)
• Pushdown using straight bar with a narrow grip
• Close-grip bench press
• Dips

Now, I’m going to share one good little tip on making your triceps training even more effective: it’s all in the thumb. On exercises such as skulls, overhead extensions and pushdowns, shifting your thumb to the same side of your hand where your fingers are (a false grip) will put greater emphasis on your triceps. You see, when you wrap your thumb around the bar, the brachioradialis muscle in the forearm is called upon to keep the thumb in place and this takes the emphasis off of the triceps. Using a false grip keeps the focus on your triceps.

The medial head
A lot of the weight training exercises that stimulate the long head hit the medial head as well. Thus, there’s not a lot of difference in training, as on both you want to get the full stretch with your elbows overhead or out in front of you.

Below are some triceps exercises that zone in on the medial head:
• Close-grip bench press
• Overhead extension
• Skulls
• Pushdown (v-bar or straight bar)
• Reverse grip pushdown
• Dips

The lateral head
Besides training from the long head and working down to the lateral head, there’s no exact format to follow because all three heads work as a team. It’s just that some exercises zone in on one head more than others. That said, here are some triceps exercises that zone in on the lateral head:
• Rope extensions
• Kickbacks
• Pushdowns
• Dips

Your first week do workout 1, your second week do workout 2 and so on. See how your triceps look and feel after this cycle. Below are some triceps training workouts you can try.

Tristan "Lucky"

Written by: Tristan “Lucky”


Pro Football Training Guide: 8-Week Body Transformation

One of my long-time friends, Ryan, is a pro football trainer in in the Midwest and has been working with top athletes for the past 8 years. His main job is getting athletes leaned down and ripped out as quickly as possible prior to the season starting. He focuses on building strength and endurance.

Athletes have to train with only natural products and stay away from steroids or other banned drugs. Ryan can pretty much transform a person’s physique in as little as 8 weeks. This is through a combination of diet, daily lifting, interval training, and what he calls his “1-2 punch combo.” He is also known for his “Game Time 20” workout routine (listed at the end of this post).

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This is a well-known wide receiver of a pro football team. (I’m not allowed to show the face of the athlete, or say his name for legal reasons).

The “1-2 punch combo”, which he says is also used by actors and bodybuilders, is using IGF-1 along with an HGH booster. These two supplements combined are actually proven to be effective alone, but when used together the impact almost triples. Basically, they multiply each other’s effects.

Obviously, over here at Ripped Science, we’re all about the science behind the muscle, so here is a quick explanation. Science has known for years the dramatic effect HGH has on muscular strength and growth; its effects proven in dozens of studies. IGF-1, which can be derived from deer antler velvet, is the chemical cousin to HGH. It also builds muscle, but not as quickly as HGH. IGF-1 is important because it lasts much longer in the body and actually stimulates the body’s natural HGH secretion too.

The secret is to stack both together so that when your IGF-1 levels are rising, so are your HGH levels. The more HGH releases, the more you can train harder and longer, while also allowing your muscles to recover and rebuild quicker. This “1-2 punch combo” allows for rapid muscle growth and huge gains in record time.


There are two products Ryan uses the most; deer antler velvet and an HGH booster. He has tried countless products over the years. Some have worked, some were scams.

The best deer antler he suggested was Supreme Antler, which is the only product with a full 100 Mg of pure deer antler velvet per serving. I personally never tried deer antler before, but have had several gym buddies give it two thumbs up and confirmed it definitely benefited them.

The other product he recommended was Sytropin HGH. It has a perfect A+ rating with the BBB (which is obviously good news) and was one I was already using prior to Ryan telling me about it.

I admit, both websites look like your typical muscle-head sale sites…the kinda “in your face” look, which used to make me skeptical. Ironically, some of the best products I’ve used have come from these types of sites. It’s kinda like that dive-looking Chinese food place that looks sketchy on the outside, but the food is freaking outrageously delicious. That’s exactly my best analogy for these products.

My coworker, David, trained with Ryan for 8 weeks and used the “1-2 punch combo” he recommended. He started on July 1st, 2014 and ended his cycle on August 26th, 2014. In that time, he gained 11.7 pounds of muscle and cut his body percentage from 19% to 13.6%. Needless to say, he just got back from Los Cabos and looking at the vacation photos, he looks very happy…and so is his wife!


“It’s ALL about stacking!!! Use the BEST that is out there. I’m 35 years old and I have taken a lot of different workout supplements over the years and nothing has given me the tone and definition that Ryan’s “1-2 punch combo” has. In my opinion, this combo is the workout supplements I’ve been looking for to achieve my goals in record time.” – David L. – Ripped-Science.com’s graphic design guru


Some days, we just don’t have time to put in an hour+ at the gym, but we definitely don’t want to completely skip a day and off-set our weekly routine. Ryan says, “The super-set is a great way to workout if you have limited time. Pick any of the cycles below. Each cycle should only take you two minutes to complete, for a grand total of 20 minutes per workout.”

Push-up/Crunch Super-set:

Repeat 10 cycles of:

– 10 regular pushups
– 10 crunches
– 10 wide pushups
– 10 crunches
– 10 tricep pushups
– 10/10 Left/Right crunches

Leg / Ab Super-set:

Repeat 5 cycles of:
– 20 squats
– 20 crunches
– 10 lunges per leg
– 10 crunches
– 20 calf raises
– 20 crunches


4 Mile Track Work:
– Jog 1 mile in 7:00-8:00
– Three sets of 1/4-mile sprints in 90-100 seconds
– Jog or walk – 1/4 mile

Or you can mix exercises together and do what Ryan calls the “Speedy Spartan.”

Speedy Spartan:

– Run 1 mile
– 100 pushups in as few sets as possible
– 100 crunches
– Run 1 mile
– 75 pushups in as few sets as possible
– 75 crunches
– Run 1 mile
– 50 pushups in as few sets as possible
– 50 crunches

This is the ultimate workout I have ever done in under 20 minutes. The challenge is to do:

– 100 pullups as few sets as possible
– 200 pushups in as few 2:00 sets as possible
– 300 situps in as few 2:00 sets as possible

Do these as quickly as possible. You can alternate exercises after each set of maximum repetitions.

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Tristan "Lucky"

Written by: Tristan “Lucky”


The Ultimate Pre-Workout Supplements Guide for 2014

pre-workout supplementsThere are many guys out there who have questions about the value of taking a pre-workout supplement prior to hitting the weight rack. Some only rely on their general, daily supplementation routine to be enough. We’re here to tell you, it isn’t.

Pre-workout supplements represent one of the best-selling and fastest-growing categories in the supplement market today. It makes sense when you consider the one-hour window before training is for providing your body with the nutrients it needs to perform at its optimum level.

Are Pre-Workout Supplements Necessary?

The right pre-workout supplements can boost your strength, endurance, focus, and muscle pump. If you train hard on a depleted storage supply, your body will have no choice but to turn to your muscles as its energy source since it has nothing left to burn. Training without taking pre-workout supplements is a counter productive effort.

Another negative effect of skipping your pre-workout supplement is feeling slowed down, fatigue, a reduction in stamina and endurance. You cannot achieve peak performance if you deprive your body from the fuel it needs to give you optimum power and strength. Ignoring your pre-workout can make a huge difference in your muscle-building progress.

Do Pre-Workout Supplements Really Work?

There are endless numbers of pre-workout supplements to choose from that boast strength, endurance, focus and muscle pump. You don’t want to waste your money on products that talk the talk, but don’t walk the walk. Too many pre-workout supplements rely on stimulants and fail to deliver real nutrients to muscle fibers.

Be sure that your pre-workout supplement provides at lease a few of these ingredients, all of which are clinically suggested to increase muscle strength and power:

  • Betaine
  • Beta-Alanine
  • Creatine
  • Tyrosine
  • Taurine
  • Rhodiola Rosea
  • Schisandra Chinensis
  • B Vitamins
  • Caffeine
  • Yerba Mate
  • Branched-Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs)
  • Glutamine
  • Carnitine
  • Citrulline
  • Arginine
  • GPLC
  • Pycnogenol
  • Nitrates
  • Glycerol
  • Choline
  • DMAE
  • Huperzine A
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Synephrine
  • Yohimbe

What are the Side-Effects or Dangers?

Dangers and side-effects are based on the products themselves. Some are filled with chemicals, ranging from unsafe proportions of herbs to a slew of nasty added ingredients.

In the long-run, your body could potentially become reliant on an external source of energy. Mentally, some become addicted to and infatuated with the feeling the pre-workout has given you and you no longer feel satisfied without it. This is when some guys go overboard and the initial 1 scoop becomes 3 and 4. They create their own danger by misusing the product.

Can You Become Immune to Pre-Workout Supplements?

YES. This is why “cycling” with supplements is important. Usually, it isn’t a bad idea to go off of a pre-workout for a week and then try a new, recommended one. I use my top 3 (which I will list later in this article) and so my body never gets immune to it. This way, I’m not having to exceed 2 scoops, ever, and I keep having the same incredible results.

Which Pre-workout Supplements are Best?

There are plenty of pre-workout supplements available online and in stores, yet make sure to choose ones that are fast-acting and are quickly delivered to the bloodstream. Most importantly, choose ones that contain the best ingredients and don’t come from some sketchy company in New Guinea or another country that most likely has labs that are not FDA compliant.


xwerks-ignite#1 My personal favorite is a newbie to the market, Xwerks Ignite. This stuff is the ultimate hulk-mode inducer without the gamma radiation. Some pre-workouts had me crashing after 20-30 minutes, but not with this stuff. It had me plowing through my 60-minute workout with more power to boost. I felt like I could pick up a tank, throw it across the room, and then jump over it! It also proved its claim to help my laser-sharp focus, which my ADHD brain needs. My buddy, a personal celebrity trainer, told me about it a month ago and I’m glad he did.

#2 Betancourt Bullnox Androrus is more than just a supplment, it’s an experience. I have to admit, not everyone can handle the bull. It can get pretty intense, but it can be the holy grail of pre-workouts if you’re looking to add some meat to your frame and feel primal at the same time. It’s a feel-your-testosterone pre-workout.

#3 Musclepharm Assault is a respected product by bodybuilders, athletes and fighters alike. This is an ideal product for anyone looking to get serious about their strength training and results. From hearing talk in the gym, this product seems to be the best back-day pre-workout you can take. It doesn’t focus on pump, but helps make you solid and strong.

So, the moral of this story? TAKE YOUR PRE-WORKOUT!


Tristan "Lucky"

Written by: Tristan “Lucky”


7 Ways Exercise Helps Your Sex Life

working out helps your sex life

If you want to turn up the heat in the bedroom (the shower, living room floor, or kitchen counter), it can be as simple as lacing up your running shoes. Staying in shape doesn’t just help you look better, it can make you a Don Juan between the sheets.

“Physical fitness absolutely effects the physical intensity and quality of sex,” says Sara Nasserzadeh, PhD, co-author of The Orgasm Answer Guide. Research shows that exercise boots your testosterone levels, increases blood flow to your manhood, and even improves your orgasms.

Let’s get down and dirty and share 7 ways that your workout could pay off between the sheets.

1. It Boosts Blood Flow

The more you exercise, the healthier your arteries – including the ones that help you pitch a tent. The better your blood flow, the stronger your erection. Plain and simple.

2. It Boosts Testosterone

Pumping iron boosts up your levels of testosterone. A Baylor University study found that men’s T levels were highest during the 48 hours they lifted weights.

In general, staying fit can help your T levels from going down the tubes. Interestingly, a study conducted by the New England Research Institute documented that a guy’s waist size correlates with his testosterone levels. They found that a waist circumference larger than 41 inches was a better predictor of low T levels than overall weight.

3. It Helps You Stand at Attention

Before you hit the Viagra, try hitting the gym instead. Studies show that exercise can cause men to have sex more often, and it can help keep them up and ready for action. In one study of 31,000 men, Harvard School of Public Health researchers found that those who exercised vigorously for 20 to 30 minutes a day were 30% less likely to report having erectile dysfunction.

4. It Improves Your Stamina

To put it bluntly, the better shape you’re in, the longer you’ll last in bed. “In most sex positions, the man needs to push, so he needs to have strong back muscles,” says Nasserzadeh. Plus, when you’re fit, your ejaculation lasts longer, she adds. If you’re wanting to get creative, you need more than strong back muscles…and you definitely want to try out some of those delightful Kama Sutra moves.

5. It Improves Flexibility

While trying out new sex positions might require some imagination, seeing how you can pull a muscle in the process definitely dims the sparks. If you want to get kinky and spice up your sex play, lengthening and strengthening exercises can help you contort your body to have her screaming “YESSSSSSSSSS!” To keep your muscles limber, yoga and Pilates are excellent options. Plus, it’s a great way to meet some potential, “flexible” dates.

6. It Gets You (and Her) Focused

A woman’s mind tends to wander during sex, whether it be on the kids, a grocery checklist, or a big meeting at work. Since emotions play such a large part in your lady getting turned on, drifting thoughts can lower sexual satisfaction. Luckily, exercising can help you get more in tune with your body and emotions in the moment. Your own improved focus allows you to better connect with your partner and keep her engaged.

7. It Makes You Feel Hot

Working out makes you look and feel great and that confidence carries over into the bedroom. If you are feeling unattractive, it inhibits your performance by your lack of confidence. It also doesn’t deliver what she wants. If you feel attractive, you feel confident, and that allows you to not feel inhibited with your gal. You want her to see and touch all of you, instead of wearing your shirt and pulling the blanket up to your waist.

Man and Woman at Gym

I don’t know many people, actually none, that don’t want a smoking hot sex life. We also want to pleasure our ladies to the point where they are bragging to all of their friends. If you think she is happy with your unfit body and this is a bunch of garbage, you’re highly mistaken. Women tend to love the inside, but the outside still matters. Men aren’t the only humans that have eyes. Women lust almost as much as we do, so give her a body that makes her want to jump you multiple times a day….instead of her fantasizing over Channing Tatum.


Tristan "Lucky"

Written by: Tristan “Lucky”