In the past few years, there’s been a lot of interest in high frequency training programs, which involve working each muscle group 4, 5 or even 6 days a week. The idea is that exposing your muscles to a stimulus more often will cause them to adapt more quickly, leading to better, faster results. This […]
If you want to lose your gut, without having to follow a set of complicated and confusing diet rules, cut out entire food groups, or eat foods that you don’t like or have never heard of, Gutless will show you how it’s done.
If you’re looking for a scientifically proven way to get in shape, without doing endless hours of boring cardio, weird exercises you’ve never heard of, or wasting money on expensive (and often totally useless) supplements, this page will show you how. Here’s the deal: Some years back, I took everything I know about getting in […]
Back in the day, lactic acid was seen very much as the bad boy of metabolism – a pointless waste product that was blamed for everything from muscle fatigue during exercise to cramp to delayed-onset muscle soreness.
In which the question was asked: “How long does it take to recover lost muscle? Will it be quicker than it took to get the gains in the first place?” There was an interesting study published a while back, where Japanese researchers looked at how detraining and retraining affects gains in muscle size and strength. […]
Most advice on getting in shape centers around the “best way” to do this or the “fastest way” to do that.