Body Weight Training: Reap the Rewards of Training Differently

When most of start exercising regularly, we typically gravitate to a combination of cardiovascular exercise and more traditional methods of weight training (think squats, presses, rows, and deadlifts). And, in short, there is nothing wrong with this. Both of these […]

5 Interesting Differences between Overload via Intensity and Overload via Effort (Intensity of Effort – AKA HIT)

There are numerous ways to achieve progressive muscle overload, but one of which (which is my favorite) is via implementing intensity of effort or what we all know as using HIT techniques. Now while I already discussed that “Intensity Overload” […]

Lifting to “Failure” Is Not a Good Idea for Athletes and Power Lifters – Especially Shot-put Throwers

“Failure” is a very effective tool for anyone who wishes to achieve results in lifting. Failure is defined as continuing reps until you can no longer get your muscle to do any more for the time being; this is what […]

Lifting for Strength Gains and Explosiveness vs. Lifting to Gain Muscle or Hypertrophy– Critical Differences

Most people and “gurus” in the bodybuilding and lifting community are idiots who are so confused with regards to protocols with regard s to training for optimum muscle size and hypertrophy and training for explosiveness or basically “strength gains” or for power […]

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