How do you get psyched up for a big lift? Is there any science behind your method? What are the best ways to get psyched for a lift? Let’s check it out.
Research continues to uncover minimal hamstrings involvement in the squat, but the fitness community often claims otherwise. What’s the deal here?
We know that muscles grow through a process called hypertrophy. However, another potential process, called hyperplasia, may exist. What’s the difference?
Over the years, science has developed a greater understanding of muscle contractions and function. However, some key aspects have always perplexed scientists until recently.
Many lifters take NSAIDs or pain killers to alleviate muscle soreness following intense training. Is this the best practice for promoting recovery and gains?
CNS fatigue is kind of a hot topic in the fitness industry. Some will argue its existence whereas others will misuse the term entirely. What does the science say?
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?
Muscle memory is an often misused phrase when considering various skills and exercise training. Let’s dig into what muscle memory truly is.
How different are men and women when considering exercise performance and training adaptations? Let’s dive into what the science says about this topic.
Sleep can be a hot topic for many as it’s nearly impossible to get proper sleep in today’s world. How can missing out on sleep affect muscle growth?