In this article, we’re examining antagonist supersets, which have you perform two exercises that train opposing muscle groups back to back. We’ll also touch on antagonist stretching too.Read More
In an isolation exercise, more or less all the load is distributed to the isolated muscle group, such as the triceps in a skull crusher.
Compound exercises, contrastingly, are more complex as two or more muscle groups are actively involved.Read More
When training to build strength or muscle, most people use a sets and reps structure.
For instance, you may perform 3 sets of 6 reps on the bench press in a session.
However, something called the 3/7 method seems to be gaining some degree of popularity in recent years.Read More
Drop sets are a so-called advanced muscle-building technique.
Generally, a drop set involves performing repetitions to failure with a given load and then immediately reducing the load (typically by 15-25%) and performing repetitions to failure again. Typically, one to three load reductions are done, but more can be done.Read More
When it comes to your muscles performing optimally, its heat is often an underrated component.Read More
Stretching is a common practice performed for many reasons. Probably one of the lesser thought about reasons is for building muscle. But, does stretching actually build muscle?Read More
Many bodybuilders have advocated the use of the mind-muscle connection for maximizing muscle growth.Read More