Partial range of motion bench presses. Do they help build more full range of motion bench press strength, and do they have any benefit for muscle hypertrophy?Read More
There are probably an infinite number of ways to train for hypertrophy.
Broadly, most people seem to perform the same weekly workouts, at least for a few months.
But, alternatively, an individual could randomly change their training variables across workouts.Read More
Progressive overload is necessary for making long-term hypertrophy and strength gains. Simply, it refers to progressing your training sessions in some way.Read More
Testosterone is probably the most discussed hormone in the fitness industry, largely due to its role in hypertrophy.Read More
Biceps curls are most commonly performed with weights, be it with dumbbells or barbells.
However, what if you saw an individual biceps curling without any weight?Read More
The barbell bench press is probably the most popular upper body exercise. In a previous article, we’ve detailed a fair amount of research depicting how effective the barbell bench press is at inducing chest hypertrophy.Read More
When it comes to understanding the basics of how any type of resistance training program works, the principle of specificity is one of the most fundamental ideas.Read More
For anyone who has Bulgarian split squatted before (also called the rear- elevated split squat or pitcher squat), you would know that it is a killer exercise.
In my opinion, it is one of the hardest exercises that exist, especially when using moderate to higher rep ranges.Read More
I’ve you’ve been involved in the strength or hypertrophy training community for a while, you may have heard of the repeated bout effect.Read More
Cross-education is the term given to the increase in strength, and potentially even size, of an opposite limb after training only one limb.Read More