Tags : Training

Mobility exercises – Why you should include them into your routine

When it comes to exercise, most people tend to focus on strength training and cardio. Sure, this approach is fine and will bring you results. However, mobility exercises are often overlooked, despite being an essential component of overall fitness. Mobility exercises involve movements that improve flexibility, range of motion, and joint health. These exercises can […]Read More

Could masturbation be killing your gains?

As a popular and natural form of sexual expression and relief, masturbation has been a topic of interest and discussion for a long time, probably since the ancient Greek and Roman times, when athletes would allegedly refrain from their sexual activities before athletic contests. One of the most common questions that men may ask is […]Read More

Foam rolling – Why is everybody doing it?

Foam rolling has become a popular tool among fitness enthusiasts and athletes for its potential benefits in aiding muscle recovery. Whether you’re a professional athlete or simply someone who enjoys exercising, incorporating foam rolling into your recovery routine may be beneficial for you. In this article, we’ll explore the benefits of foam rolling for muscle […]Read More

High intensity training schedule for your week

It is important to note that creating an advanced high-intensity training routine should be done under the guidance of a certified personal trainer or a sports physician. Also, it’s important to have a proper warm-up and cool-down for each session, as well as to make sure that you’re physically and mentally prepared for the training. […]Read More

Full-body workouts: pros and cons

You may have heard before that bodybuilders usually do ABCDE body-part split workouts, working one muscle group a day. If so, you may be tempted to copy that yourself because if they’re doing it, it must be the superior choice, right? Well, what you have to consider is that you are probably not doing everything […]Read More

The Contrast Method

The contrast method in bodybuilding is an advanced training technique that involves pairing heavy strength exercises with lighter power-based exercises in order to increase explosive power, neural involvement and muscle growth. A good pairing involves selecting exercises that require similar muscle groups performed in the same plane of motion. You can do 3-6 reps of […]Read More

Debunking 5 muscle myths

More often than not, we hear in the gym or read online these muscle myths that probably have their origins in the so called “bro science”. Today, we will go over 5 of the most common myths and debunk them with some science. Trained muscles need 48 hours of rest. How long a trained muscle […]Read More

Shock techniques

Almost everyone will reach a point in their training program where it seems they are working their butt off but getting nowhere. This is described as a “plateau”. When you plateau, something needs to change. First, you should evaluate your program. Ask yourself: How long have I been consistent? How often do I change up […]Read More

The gym in real life

This is the scenario if you walk around a gym today: there aren’t many people who are extremely muscular. Others are really thin and struggle to gain muscle. The rest fall somewhere between these two groups. There are many people using steroids, especially at “hardcore” gyms. Many of them aspire to grow as big as […]Read More