Compounds vs isolations – training’s version of the clean eating vs IIFYM debate! By the way, here’s a link to our IIFYM macro calculator to help you optimize your diet. This article, on the other hand, will help you optimize your training. Both compounds and isolations have been included in the training programs of those seeking […]
Has anyone ever told you that you need to get more sleep? Well, they’re onto something. In order to wake up feeling refreshed as well as allowing your broken-down muscle fibers to rebuild and get stronger, you need a minimum of seven (7) hours of sleep each and every night. And no, you can’t “go […]
“In sport, mental imagery is used primarily to help you get the best out of yourself in training and competition. The developing athletes who make the fastest progress and those who ultimately become their best make extensive use of mental imagery. They use it daily as a means of directing what will happen in training, […]
Cardiovascular training aka “cardio” has countless benefits for the human body, which we won’t delve into in this article. However, we do have a serious question for you… How many times have you seen people get to the gym, hop on a cardio machine, gas themselves to death, and then do resistance training right after? […]
Here are 5 scientifically backed techniques to help you craft a powerful upper body workout along with practical examples to get you started!
While I’m here to bring you the best biceps workout for hypertrophy, we need to get one thing straight. Nothing in fitness is a guarantee. This included…
Let’s cut to the chase. We aren’t about playing the love music from below a lady’s window while wearing a leotard and goofy hat. We’re about lifting heavy stuff and get jacked as hell. That isn’t going to happen while listening to nature noises or Marvin Gaye. Great workouts don’t start with a solid warm up. They […]
This article is about finding the best chest workout that works for you so you can build mass in your pecs, which is a seemingly never-ending journey.
Performing pull-ups is the usual advice you’ll receive when looking for the best back exercises to increase the volume. Yet, this is missing considerations.