Friday, 05 May 2017
In the strength world, the Strength Deficit is a potent indicator of the difference between your concentric strength and your eccentric strength The 4+2 method is a favorite of mine. And rightly so, since it is a very effective tool for functional hypertrophy. Click here to learn how to apply it to your back workouts. But… A less
Slow Gains: Can A Training History Of Doing Large Amount Of Aerobic Damage Your Ability To Gain Size And Strength?
Friday, 31 October 2014
This question comes often: I have an history of doing lots of aerobic type sports like rowing, road cycling and cross-country skiing 10-14 hours a week. I just took up weight training three months ago. And my gains are slow to come. My exercise physiologist friend says that it is the reason of my slow