General Strength Training Concepts
The factors that truly matter for strength and hypertrophy have a clear order of importance. In this section, we've compiled videos and articles based on research for you to learn how to train optimally for your goals, and never hop from program to program again.
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RECENT STRENGTH TRAINING ARTICLES
It’s been one month since the last Muscling In episode and you’ll understand why in a minute. In this episode I’m going to give you some updates on how my lean bulk is going in terms of strength, muscle growth and body fat. The main reason I haven’t released lifting videos lately is because my push workout…Click Here to Read More
My opinion is that in the lifting world you have two categories of people: Those that always found it easy to gain weight and muscle but had a hard time getting lean Those that always found it easy to get lean and stay lean but had a hard time gaining muscle The category you find…Click Here to Read More
I few weeks ago I received an email that included a very good question: I am having trouble adding weight to my weighted chin-ups. Now it seems that every workout I seem to be losing a rep but sometimes I can easily do 5. Any tips? This is actually a problem that a lot of people…Click Here to Read More
I talked about this before but I think it’s worth repeating. The way you make tracking macros easy and enjoyable is by having a diet structure. A plan you eat by every day. I have two diet structures, one for cutting and one for bulking. They are very similar: The main reason people get burned…Click Here to Read More
In this video and article I share my thoughts on exercise rotation: When to change exercises and why. Should you be changing your routine all the time? First of all I want to address Muscle Confusion. In short: It’s bullshit. The idea that you should change exercises often so your muscles don’t adapt to them…Click Here to Read More
Weighted Chin-ups and Pull-ups are in my opinion the best exercises you can do for your back. But most people avoid them, which is a shame. The only time I have to wait in line to use the chin-up bar at my gym is when guys do cable cross-overs underneath it… In this video and…Click Here to Read More