There are many biological traits that separate the elite athlete and/or bodybuilder from the average Joe. What are these traits? Can you train them?
In this piece we cover the latest science on the determinants of muscle hypertrophy and how you can apply this information in your own training.
Coaches and trainers often preach the importance of the lowering portion of resistance training exercises. Is this really the most important part of a lift?
This is a story about a fellow named Pete. Pete is none of us, and Pete is all of us, so let’s follow his journey into the world of bodybuilding and see how it changes his life.
Are all calories equal? Is calories in vs calories out the most important component of a diet for weight loss? Let’s see what the science says.
The Mind-Muscle Connection is a hot topic in the bodybuilding community with many coaches swearing by its efficacy. Is it really the best way to grow?
We know that muscles grow through a process called hypertrophy. However, another growth process, called hyperplasia, may exist. What’s the difference?
How different are men and women when considering exercise performance and training adaptations? Let’s dive into what the science says about this topic.
The debate about knee safety during the squat has raged over the past few decades. Let’s dig into what the science says about squats and knee health.