Training

Pre-Exhaustion Training

It’s time to stop wasting your time with pre-exhaustion training.     Pre-exhaustion training, as the name implies, is pre-fatiguing a muscle of a body part (e.g., chest, legs) using an isolation, or “single-joint” exercise first, and then finishing with one...

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Behind the Mind-Muscle Connection

Training Articles

Mind-muscle connection: science, or just bro science?   For years, trainers and fitness gurus have said to focus the muscle you are exercising, commonly called the “mind-muscle connection”. For example, if you are doing a bench press, you would...

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Myths Debunked: Women Lifting Weights

Training Articles

Strong is the new sexy!     One of the biggest myths that still tends to circulate is about women lifting weights. We’ve continually hear the question: is heavyweight going to make me bulky? In the fitness industry, there...

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Longer Rest Periods for Greater Muscle Strength and Mass

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Believe it or not, longer rest periods in between sets work more effectively than short rest periods.   When it comes to rest periods in between sets, how do you know when to begin rest, and when to resume...

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Kick Muscle Mass into Overdrive with Drop Sets

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Drop sets beat traditional training for increasing muscle mass.   If you’re looking to increase muscle mass, try drop sets!  Adding a few sets of drop sets to your routine will be helpful if you’re having trouble packing on...

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