One of the most researched subjects since the inception of exercise science, is which rep ranges promote optimal muscle growth. Now depending on the rep range that you choose, or rather, become fatigued/fail in, will in turn elicit a corresponding muscular adaptation. Traditionally, lower reps and higher weight, produce more Power and Strength. Higher reps and lower…Details
I want all of you to know that this is not to meant to de-value any one training style, or to ruffle the feathers of such fitness professionals, for some it’s not you’re fault….as the saying goes “if you can’t beat em, join em,” and if there is a demand there will always be someone…Details
I think one of the most common questions I get is what exercises to do or what muscle groups to work on each day. Well there are a few options, and I will outline the pro’s and con’s of using each. Essentially it comes down to how many days you will train each week. Think…Details
It’s inevitable that at some point in your life, you’re going to get a swift kick in the chest to bring you back down to Earth, and sometimes lower… here are my thoughts on that. WeberStrength Because Strength is Contagious For the Real Deal on Daily Fitness, follow my Snaps 🙂 Or Subscribe & Follow to my other…Details
Counting calories is not as hard as you think. Let me show you when to bring out the calculator, or just adhere to effective diet principles.
Reps don’t matter…well, probably not as much as you think. The point is that you FATIGUE within the desired rep range with the appropriate weight. Watch this video to find out why.