If your primary focus is building muscle, should you use free weights or machines or both? If you want the answers, read this article. We will dig in deep to discover which is best for hypertrophy.
Keeping a log book will take your training to the next level. The logbook is oven overlooked but its so valuable. Here's why its so important to track your progress...
How many meals per day do we need to eat to gain muscle? 2, 6, 12? Is there even a certain amount of times per day that is optimal? Let's take a closer look...
Squatting and deadlifting in the same workout is doable, and there are some benefits to it. For example, both of these exercises train your entire body, and doing them in the same session is a great way to have quicker workouts and stimulate a significant amount of musculature without having to do five or more exercises.
You may not HAVE to eat carbs to gain muscle, but if gaining muscle is your priority, eating carbs is the way to go. Today we look at carbohydrates and why they are necessary for building muscle... efficiently.
Cardio is a valuable tool for getting shredded, but should you do cardio after training? Today we dive in and find out if cardio after training is hurting or helping.
Whether you choose to do a given exercise should depend on numerous factors, and not just on whether an exercise is popular or not. Today we look closely at the bench press and decide if it is a requirement for chest development.
Intermittent Fasting is a valuable tool for losing weight or staying lean year-round, but is it any good for building muscle? Today we answer this question and dive into some of the science of muscle building.
It's leg day. You also need to get your cardio in. What do you do? Today we look at this scenario and decide if you "should" do cardio on leg day. If you have to do cardio on leg day, what's the best way to go about it?