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:
I have often said that it’s as complicated as you want to make it. The mentality of ‘just pick up heavy stuff’ will only get you so far. As you improve, your training must evolve.
Lifting is a game of diminishing returns.
When you start, you can grow muscle just by looking at a dumbbell. You will be able to lift more weight or do more reps in almost every session without having to think about it.
Alas, a few months later, your progress slows down. Sometimes, it stops altogether.
What do you do now? You need to become more strategic.
This article aims to arm you with some knowledge to keep getting results from your training.
First things first…
To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.
In my last post, I covered what to expect during your first weeks on a fat loss diet.
In this article, I aim to tackle the opposite: What can you expect in your first weeks on a muscle-building diet?
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Welcome to the second part of the Fitness Q&As series. If you missed Part 1, click the link at the top to check it out.
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