June 22, 2017

Can You Train the Same Muscle Two Days in a Row?

One of the most commonly held beliefs in bodybuilding is that a muscle needs a minimum of 48-72 hours of recovery before it can be worked out again. Many bodybuilders often go a full week before hitting the same muscle group again. But is it really necessary to wait that long? Are there any benefits to breaking the 48 hours rule? Well like most rules, that one is in place for a reason and applies […]
June 1, 2017

Lighten Up

Step into any weight room and you will find people lifting heavy weights for low reps. Impressive stuff, huh? The old mantra states that ‘Heavy weights build muscle!’ But is this strictly true? There are many facets to muscular stimulation. Maybe it’s time to lighten up? The feeling of lifting a heavy weight, even a new PB, is one of the best in the world. The nerves you feel before the lift… the pump of […]
May 18, 2017

Overtrain to Gain

Overtraining is bad. We all know this. There are countless articles on avoiding the perils of overtraining, and rightfully so. As bodybuilders our obsessive drive often leads to prolonged periods of overtraining which wreaks havoc on our hormones. Muscle loss occurs and our bodies become more willing to store body fat when overtrained. However, while prolonged periods of overtraining can be detrimental to your health and physique, short, structured periods of programed overtraining, known as […]
May 11, 2017

Jacked Fruit and Veg

When most people think of the bodybuilding and strength training diet, their brains automatically go to the high protein foodstuffs. Chicken Beef Eggs Milk Fish Etc… Next, they might list you a bunch of ingredients high in complex carbohydrates. Lastly, they might begin to talk about fruit and veg. But they’re not that important, right? Not vital? Guess again. While high-quality protein provides the building blocks of muscle, repairing and bolstering the tissues that have […]