Many people think training frequency is a closed case in the research, but we actually know very little about the optimum frequency for each muscle group. Let’s get into more detail.
The calves consistently seem to be the most stubborn muscle group when it comes to muscle growth. What’s the best way to go about training the calves?
Many in the fitness and lifting communities have claimed that the lats are important for bench press performance. Is this true, or do we need to dig deeper?
Training Intensity can be a confusing topic for many lifters. What is it and how do you plan it? The 3% Rule offers plenty of guidance for these questions.
Many in the field claim that deadlifts are an inherently dangerous exercise. Is this claim supported by science? Or is something else going on?
The bodybuilding community has rallied around the squat and hip thrust for glute development, but which exercise is better? New research may have the answer.
Research continues to uncover minimal hamstrings involvement in the squat, but the fitness community often claims otherwise. What’s the deal here?
Many bodybuilders perform fasted cardio or fasted training in an attempt to burn more fat as fuel. Is this the best practice for getting shredded?
Bodybuilders often spend the entire winter bulking and building slabs of muscle, but what happens when beach season rolls back around? Let’s discuss.
Attitudes towards exercise variations in the bodybuilding community are pretty split – some swear by variation while others decry its importance. What’s the science say?