Welcome to WorkoutTipster.com.  My name is Kevin, and I’ve created this website to help you meet your workout and fitness goals.

I have been working out for over 7 years now, and have a ton of training experience.  I have trained for fat loss, gaining muscle, and playing competitive sports (sports specific training).  I started working out as a 160 pound skinny teenager, and over the years have used weight lifting to get to a solid 200 lean pounds.  Whether you are a female looking to lose weight, or a guy looking to pack on some muscle I will share my workout tips, secrets, programs, supplement reviews and more.

My goal is to help as many people as I can meet their fitness goals.  If you’d like to know more about me and the website you can visit my “about me” page.

Workout Tips by Goals

Muscle Building Tips

In this section of the site I will give you my personal tips from trial and error (and a lot of research) for packing on muscle.  I’ve gained over 55 pounds over the 7 years I’ve been working out, with my peak weight being 217 pounds.  Since then I’ve leaned out to become a “cut” 195 or so.  I will share my 5 main tips that will help you gain 10-20 pounds of muscle over the next few weeks (assuming you follow all of the tips I’ve provided).  I also have listed reviews of weight gaining supplements that I’ve written here at the blog, as well as general muscle building articles.

Fat Loss Tips

Whether you are a man or woman who wants to lose fat I can help you.  I’ve personally leaned down from 217 pounds to 188 at one point, and I’ve helped a number of women lose their unwanted fat too.  In fact I am the publisher of an online workout program for women that is really starting to take off.  With my personal experience and expertise I can help almost anyone lose 5-15 pounds in just 3 or 4 weeks.  On this page you will find 6 easy to implement fat loss tips. These tips aren’t big secrets, but by following all 6 you will find yourself shedding pounds fast.  I also have posted reviews of fat burning supplements that I have written for this website, and other general weight loss articles.

More About WorkoutTipster.com

We’ve got a great workout resource here, and I want to help you take advantage of all of the articles and blog posts I’ve written over the few years this website has been online for.

Along the top of you will see I have links to the Muscle Building and Fat Loss pages mentioned above.  These are the best pages to visit if your goal is to either pack on weight or lose some fat.

The next place you will want to look is along the right hand side.  Here you will find the most recent posts I’ve written.  Browse through those recent posts and see if there is anything that interests you.  It will range from workout tips to supplement reviews to even just personal posts about my own workouts or training.

Underneath that you will be able to search my posts in categories.  You will see I have exercise tips, general tips, nutrition tips, product reviews (workout programs), and supplement reviews.

Exercise Tips – These articles will include anything related to actual exercises.  It could be describing certain exercises, giving the pro’s or con’s about a certain lift, or even videos of me performing exercises.

General Tips – Anything that doesn’t fit into the four other categories will be put in there.  Usually this is where I will post my personal training stuff (for example talking about my progress throughout the year).

Nutrition Tips – This will include things like what to eat for gaining muscle or losing weight, meal plans, healthy recipes, or when and what to eat.

Product Reviews – Here I will review workout programs or workout equipment.  I like to try out a lot of different online based training programs, and when I do I will always post a review in case you are interested in trying them out.  Here you will find my honest reviews of all products I use.

Supplement Reviews – One of the most popular sections of this Workout Tips website!  I love using supplements to supplement my nutrition.  The first thing you need to do is get your diet in check, but once that is good you can turn to supplements for an extra boost.  I like testing a variety of different supplements, and when I do I will write honest reviews of how I liked them (including my results).  I also urge readers to comment with their own personal experiences with the supplement if you have taken them.

If there are certain workout questions you have you can try the search bar at the bottom of this page.  Try typing in anything you’d like to find out more about (workout related) and see if I have written something about that in the past.

My goal is to write informative workout related articles 2-3 days per week, and maybe more if I am getting positive feedback.  Again my goal is to help as many people as I can meet their fitness goals so if you have any workout questions feel free to email me at Kevin (at) WorkoutTipster.com – enjoy!

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  • Tony September 12, 2012, 8:21 am

    Hey I looked through your site and it’s really helpful, thanks alot! But I was also wondering if you could just give some tips on when to eat? For example, I tend to eat dinner at home at around 6pm, a huge meal, how long would I need to wait and rest before hitting the gym? Or even just go for a jog to get it down? What would be the best thing to do? Thanks in advance!

    • Kevin October 22, 2012, 5:02 pm

      Hey Tony, it really comes down to your own body and how you feel. Test out a few different things and see what works best. You may want to have a snack and then smaller dinner before working out, or if you feel a big dinner and waiting longer is best you can do that. Personally I like to have a pretty big breakfast about 2-3 hours before my early afternoon workout, followed by smaller meals throughout the day after my workout.

  • ranjit September 22, 2012, 5:55 am

    34 year old from india. i weight 68 kg. i want to know which supplement is best for lean muscle building…

    • Kevin October 22, 2012, 5:03 pm

      Ranjit, check out all of my Supplement Reviews and you should be able to get some good ideas on what works for lean muscle building (as that is one of my main goals year round).

  • Eddie January 9, 2013, 2:26 am

    Hi Kevin, I need to loose fat, i can’t work out due to past surgery,spinal and im walking now but that’s all i can do, I quit frys,cokes, white bread,white rice, burgers,burritos,all that fat stuff, drinking lots of water, what else can i do? i went from Size 46 to 42 still fat and want to look great, hope you can help me….thanks. Eddie.

    • Kevin January 14, 2013, 11:30 pm

      Since you can’t work out I’m wondering if you can walk? Going for long walks would be ideal for someone that can’t perform anything of high intensity.

      Also great job on cutting out on those unhealthy foods. Next thing I would recommend is to have small meals with either protein/carbohydrates or proteins/healthy fats. Almost every meal should have some source of protein and you should be limiting your carbohydrates. Lean proteins include chicken, fish, steak, eggs, etc. Healthy carbohydrates can include brown rice, sweet potatoes, vegetables, etc. Healthy fats can include nuts, olive oil, etc.

      Good Luck

  • Raza Ali January 18, 2013, 5:09 pm

    Hey kevin! hello there,
    This is the first time I’m visiting your site and I’m finding it quite helpful, it looks like all the information I ever needed is here, great job!

    I have a few questions and would like your opinion and suggestions.
    I started weight lifting exactly about 5 months ago and this is my 6th. I’m very well aware of the fact that you need to have 7 meals a day in order to gain muscle. But I want to lose fat as well because just a little amount of it is left and I’m really close. So my current diet is;

    8am- breakfast(4 egg whites and coffee, animal cuts(first day)
    12pm lunch- chicken breast,veggies-brown rice, animal cuts
    12.15pm- pre workout(creatine mono, No-Xplode)
    1.15pm- gym with cardio(10 mins)
    2.20pm- post workout(whey protein, creatine, 2 egg whites)
    5pm- dinner( chicken piece, veggies)

    *I do eat fish, beef, mashed potatoes and dry fruits at times, but this is my usual routine*

    The big problem, I sleep at 11 or 12 pm. So is there anything else I should add to my diet in order to gain muscle and get rid of the remaining fat at the same time?

    • Kevin January 18, 2013, 5:17 pm

      Hi Raza, the number of meals isn’t as important as the foods you are eating. Your current diet looks great, and there isn’t much I would change. I would be including some post workout carbohydrates (at least 50 grams) and possible a snack after dinner closer to bed time (protein/healthy fat meal). Overall it looks like a great start and with a proper workout program you should see lots of progress. Keep it up!

  • james January 23, 2013, 11:56 pm

    thanks alot!

  • Zach April 18, 2013, 10:53 pm

    I have been working out for about 3 years sold and I have not gained any weight…. I weigh 130 lbs… I am curling 60 lb dumbells and I am benching 245 (sets of 5) I have tried many different trainers and types of workouts but nothing will pack weight on….any ideas?

    • Kevin April 22, 2013, 10:24 pm

      Zach try increasing your calories daily, with healthy carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. You should be eating 6 or 7 times per day. Read some articles on the site and it should help you gain weight/muscles.

  • harsh May 16, 2013, 3:03 am

    hey kevin harsh here, the coming two months i wanna work my assoff hard and get shredded. i am thinking to stack my supplements like( grenade, xtend,creatin,l-carnitine,casein ,whey isolate,anavite multi). any changes u want to suggest as i will fix my stack only after ur stamp . any need to use l-glutamin? and all the best for ur may goals
    thank u

    • Kevin July 4, 2013, 1:27 pm

      That stack looks good. L-glutamine wouldn’t hurt to add if you want. Cheers

  • john December 22, 2013, 4:57 pm

    Hey kevin.. just bought animal cuts and just used it yesterday and just cardio for it. Any possibility that you can give me a workout plan… btw I weight 107kg the last time I check.. but I used to weight 125kg it took me 2-3yrs just to loose that kg.


  • mike October 5, 2015, 6:48 pm

    I was wondering if I could ask a question?…I work second shift 2pm-1030pm I also have a part time business that I run from 9am-12pm and on weekends…I need to loose 40-50lbs what would you recommend for a program? Also I need help with an eating schedual…I’m up about 845am and go to bed around 1am my lunch time is at 6pm and I’m usually hungary before bed… best time for me to workout would be after work. thanks for any info

    • Kevin January 11, 2016, 10:10 am

      Hey Mike, I’m not really sure what you’re asking. Find a workout time that works best for you and stick to it. Try to get to the gym 4-5 times per week. Set your meal plan and stick to it all week. Prepare your meals in advance since you seem like a busy guy. Good luck!

  • Mohamed ishan May 2, 2016, 2:50 am

    I like body bulding but .i don’t have time. I do my work out my home pisical only.so i need weight loss .and boddy cutting .if i dring animal cuting milk.after any said effect coming
    I don’t know which milk good milk so can u reply me.
    I always do .”push up,six pack,ams,baishaps,jamping.same like this …

  • Karthik August 12, 2016, 1:03 pm

    Hey Kevin,
    I need to like know what do i do in the gym weights or cardio im 91kgs and my height is 181cms i do go to the gym regularly i have a lot of fat in my belly area and waist line
    I do not use any protein and could you please advice me a diet that i can follow.
    Thanks a lot :’D


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