July 31, 2020

Are you looking to get more out of your workout? What about increasing
your strength, power, speed, and overall muscular development?

Exercise is the key to progress, however hormones play the critical role in
allowing that progress to happen. Simply put, hormones are...

June 1, 2020

As we get older, we are more prone to lose muscle mass and strength. This condition is called sarcopenia, and it occurs as early as our thirties and forties, depending on different lifestyle factors.

Sarcopenia is linked to an increased risk of physical disability and i...

April 1, 2020

No one is perfect. We all make mistakes and incorporate some bad habits that we can’t get rid of later on.

Unfortunately, when it comes to muscle building, a few smaller offsets can drastically slow down progress.

If you’re frustrated and can’t see the results you were e...

May 1, 2019

Knowing the correct amount of weight to lift during your workout sessions is vitally important. The majority of programs available are designed around lifting a certain percentage of your maximum strength, so it is logical to know what that is so you could give your be...

August 1, 2018

What is it Good For?

We all heard it thousands of times. How much can you lift? Just about everyone that works out simply “lifts” weights, never putting much thought into properly lowering the load during exercises. Everyone has done it, while were doing a set we simply...

June 4, 2018

If you are a fitness lover, you know that you have many workout options. You can work out with weights, do HIIT, run, swim or try a range of other activities to keep you fit. However, another amazing workout option would be circuit training. Circuit training involves a...

February 1, 2018

Are you looking for the best muscle building guide on the internet? Well you are at the right place!

This comprehensive guide will take you through everything from training to nutrition, with added examples just for you!

Before we go into concrete details, let’s make sur...

November 7, 2017

Isometric is a term used to describe the tension in a joint and/or muscle relationship... 

Iso is latin for same... so Isometric means same tension or length... 

Iso = Same + Metric = Length (i.e. no movement)

Isometric resistance Training is a fun, challenging, and a sus...

October 21, 2017

D.O.M.S. (aka Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) is a term that refers to muscle soreness after working out or exercising. 

Why ?

DOMS is the body's why of communicating with you to not exercise or move, because it is trying to heal or repair damaged tissues and/or cell...

October 13, 2017

What is the best way to build muscle tissues?

1. Lots of stress on your build/muscle (Heavy Loads)  85+% 1RM  (more stress = injury) 

2. Rest - Sleep is the number one best way to repair tissues to grow muscle 

3. Protein - repairs, builds, rebuilds cells and tissue

4. HIT...

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