When it comes to maximizing muscle growth, it’s far from uncommon to hear that time under tension is an important component.Read More
I recently came across some research exploring if heavy and light loads produce different regional muscle growth.
Put differently, could heavy and light loads result in different growth on parts of a muscle?Read More
Strength before size?
Could aiming to increase your strength first, defined as increasing your one-repetition maximum on an exercise, help you build more muscle with that exercise later?Read More
In this article, we’ll explore if alternating rep ranges in your training program could improve muscle growth compared to using only one rep range.Read More
Regularly maxing out, so performing a one-rep max lift, isn’t completely uncommon, especially in the strength world.Read More
Many variables can be manipulated in a muscle-building program. From exercise selection, rep ranges, the number of sets you perform, etc.
However, one of the least thought about variables is probably repetition tempo.Read More
When it comes to maximizing muscle hypertrophy, there are many different ideas put forth. One of these ideas is that you should be training muscles based on their predominant fiber-type.Read More