Success isn’t always about greatness. It’s about consistency. Consistent hard work gains success. Greatness will come.
In the lifting community, some people believe you must go to failure on every single set because, “no pain, no gain, bro!”
Other people claim you must avoid failure because, “injury and fatigue, bro!”
But which one is the best approach to optimal muscle growth? Is there a single best approach?
This article will tackle these questions and cover the following points:
Winning a trophy is not as difficult as defending it.
Regular readers of this blog will already know that fat loss requires a caloric deficit.
In most cases, if you are not seeing any fat loss, the reason is that you are not in a deficit. And yet, what if you have been dieting for some time and you have seen results, but they have just stopped coming?
Maybe the solution is not to diet harder, lower calories, and increase activity levels, even though this can sometimes be a viable strategy to get out of a plateau.
Maybe this time the solution is – gasp! – to take a break from the diet and enter a maintenance phase. Counterintuitive much? Hear me out.
In this article, I will do my best to cover:
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