It’s an age old argument. “Are Compound Exercises better than Isolation Exercises?”. There are many who believe that a particular group of exercises known as “Compound” (Squats, Bench Presses, Overhead Presses, Power Cleans, Dead Lifts, Parallel Bar Dips and Bent Over Barbell
Most people would say the answer to that (title) question is “as much as possible” – but they’d be wrong. If muscle growth is your goal, using as much weight as possible, in each exercise, would certainly be a mistake.
You have probably heard the saying “Time is Money”. What this adage suggests is that time can make you money, but it can also cost you money, if the time is not wisely spent. This is ALSO true in regards
After a bodybuilding competition, it’s common for a competitor who has not won to ask “what do I need to work on?”. Frequently in gyms, we see people putting in extra effort on an area they feel is “weak”. Before we begin
After decades of following misguided traditional weight lifting recommendations, the fitness and bodybuilding industries see a major paradigm shift Exercise science includes multiple disciplines, including physiology, neurobiology, biochemistry and biomechanics.