Many often advocate for using a full range of motion when lifting weights. How important is this? Does science agree with this advice, or is there more to it?
While the end-game differences between bodybuilding and powerlifting are well-known, how does this affect training and nutrition for each sport?
Writing a solid training program is one of the most nuanced tasks in the fitness field. How can you go about creating your own program? We’ll get into the nitty gritty in this series.
Body recomposition is the holy grail of bodybuilding – losing fat while gaining muscle. Is this actually possible for veteran bodybuilders, or is this just a treat for novices?
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.
Today’s fitness enthusiasts have little direction when it comes to long-term training programs. However, a roundtable discussion with gym veterans can offer some clues.
Just about everyone has had a bad training partner in the past. How do you know that you’re not the bad training partner in everyone else’s past? Let’s discuss.
Are bands and chains just a cool-looking gimmick, or are they actually effective in improving strength gains? Let’s see what the science says and how to use this info.
Sometimes you get in a training or motivation rut and need a quick pick-me-up to get you going again. This is that pick-me-up. Watch the tagged video for best results.
Mechanical tension has quickly become the main accepted stimulus for muscle growth. What is mechanical tension? Can we measure it? Why would this be important for growth?