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Month: February 2017

Things You Need To Know About The Leg Press Machine

I’m sure that you have met bodybuilders who have bigger body and muscles are impressive. Many of you have complied with few professional builders who are professional bodybuilders. Nothing is easy if you don’t make that effort to make it far enough. Results can be fruitful once you reach there but many newbie’s look results but not the effort, which made them what they are.

Bodybuilding was nothing but a passing time hobby over a century ago, but things have indeed changed a lot. The bodybuilding has become a field and place where people are coming forth to show their interest to the sport. Many bodybuilders have inspired others to be part of the journey.

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When we are talking about the start of a passionate person, who has inspired by the professional bodybuilder takes one step to becoming the best. It would take a long time of efforts to reach where the mentor is now. Having bigger muscles is not enough. You should also have more major leg muscles, and there are many workouts you can try, and it would be a difficult time for the starters. You can achieve the same strength using rowing machines at home.

3 Things You Need To Know About The Leg Press Machine?

The Best Workout

In the bodybuilding field, the leg press referred to as the best machine for increasing the size of your legs. However, there are also people who call the equipment as the “Worst machine ever.” The two sides of the story have one thing in common, and that is The Machine Works. If you want to increase the muscle size of your legs, then Leg Press is the best choice. However, the pain and challenge come from the equipment is what makes it the worst.


When you are working out on the equipment, then you can’t just do it alone. Many professionals like to exercise alone without anyone’s support. However, if you are a regular or newbie, then you should have one person to assist you with the workout. Not only that if you are someone, who is pushing weight then having support is important or chances of injuring yourself is higher.


If you are wondering if you can let yourself go and have some real meal time, then you are dreaming. Many professionals have been saying that you can have more and do not have to maintain a strict diet then you are wrong. It is important for your body to maintain muscles because the legs muscles are MUSCLES at the end of the day.

Protein & Supplements

Increasing the size of your legs is painful than arm muscles. The instructor will ask you to take on more protein and supplements. The intake will increase, so as the workout. However, make sure to avoid the supplements because it has many side-effects later on. Lack of protein can also slow the process but take the slower way than damaging your body permanently.

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We know that you have questions which need to be answered then use the comment box and get some answers from the experts in the industry.…

IFCM to Host the Last NOLA of the Year on November 5th

It’s that time of year again…

where we recover from our Halloween candy comas and prepare for a mild Miami holiday season– but long before we even think about wrapping up presents, we must wrap up a year of amazing local talent with the last I’M NOT GONNA MOVE TO L.A. of 2014.

On November 5th, Indie Film Club Miami invites all of South Florida’s fabulous creatives to the last I’M NOT GONNA MOVE TO L.A. of the year. Enjoy local music, comedy, films, and find out which director will be the final audience winner of 2014.

Want to see ALL the winning films of the year? Be sure to catch them all at Filmgate Interactive, where we will be screening the Best Of I’M NOT GONNA MOVE TO L.A. in February!



Meet the Filmmakers

1. Adam Ball – Sergio and Natasha

2. Alexander Beresford – A Little Panic a Little Fear

Coming from a writing and acting background, Alexander has lately been added directing and producing to the mix, working on a series of Horror shorts in preparation for a budgeted feature film he’ll be writing and directing in 2015.


3. David Chavez – Within the Flesh

David Chavez was born and raised in Queens, NY.  At the age of 7 he began making films with his dads camera and knew since then that directing would be what he wanted to do for the rest of his life.

4. Jonathan Cuartas – Twelve Traditions

Jonathan is a filmmaker from Miami, FL. He works alongside his brother, Michael Cuartas. He’s written and directed two short films: The Pallor and Twelve Traditions.


5. Eugenie Dufloo – The Cry

Eugenie is 17 years old, and currently a high school student trying to get her work recognized in the industry



6. Michele Gianelli – The Man-App – Episode 1

Michele is a filmmaker, screenwriter, producer and assistant director with years of experience working on Feature Films, Television Series and Movies, Independent Films, Music Videos, Commercials and Web Series in Vancouver, B.C., Los Angeles, Seattle, Albuquerque and now Miami.


7. Ramiro Hernandez – Pravus

After a successful career as a CPA, Ram’s excessive high energy delved into the craft of putting stories on film.

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8. Danielle Kipnis – TAGGED

Danielle is a New York native currently dancing and choreographing in Miami, Florida. She has performed at Jacob’s Pillow, and presented work in Miami for Art Basel, the New World Symphony, ScreenDance Miami, and Heroes Unite’s Mobile Micro Theater, a traveling black box school bus. She received her BS in Dance and English from Northwestern University where she worked with prominent Chicago artists and founded her own jazz and musical theatre company which continues to perform at Northwestern in Chicago.


9. Bert Oliva –  InstruMENTAL

Filmmaker, director and show creator Bert Oliva is CEO/Founder of BOWAworld, a training and development organization that includes seminars, professional coaching, keynotes, and corporate trainings. In 2013 Bert formed a new film studio, BOWA Studios. This is a division of BOWAworld that is a full-service multimedia and video production company, which provides such services to clients around the world.


10. Egon von Schirach – Pyramids in Space

Born in the Magic City of Tropical Miami, Egon was raised and influenced by all the right people, this Cuban-German works with many various local artist and companies, always catering to success.


11. Mickey Munday – Last Rights Inc. 

Comedy Guests: Cage-Free Humans

Cage-Free Humans is Miami’s newest (and only so far!) dedicated Harold Improv team, and will showcase their talents before the screening.

Musical Guests: Baker

Baker consists of members Mishal Moore and Richard Cortez. Baker (named after Chet Baker), transformed from a lone songwriting project, to a deeply rooted symbiosis of sound and verse. The duo produced 22 original compositions within 4 months. Check out their music on their website!



6:45 – 7:00 PM: Comedy by Cage Free Humans

7:00 – 7:15 PM: Trivia and IFCM Introduction

7:15 – 8:30 PM: Films

1. Pravus – Ramiro Hernandez
2. Pyramids in Space – Egon von Schirach
3. Within the Flesh – David Chavez
4. A Little Panic A Little Fear – Alexander Beresford
5. Last Rights Inc – Jared Ryder/ Mickey Munday
6. Twelve Traditions – Jonathan Cuartas
7. InstruMENTAL – Bert Oliva
8. The Cry – Eugenie Dufloo
9. The Man-App – Michele Gianelli
10. TAGGED – Danielle Kipnis
11. Sergio and Natasha – Adam Ball

8:30 – 9:00 PM: Director Q&A/ Awards

9:00 – 9:30 PM: Musical performance by Baker…