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Most people get frustrated when their bench press numbers start to plateau. While you can change variables like rep range, tempo, total volume, and even range of motion, often the most neglected variable is changing the angle you’re pressing at.If you’re constantly training a flat bench press, you might notice your shoulders start to feel […]
1. Stop using straps!-too often do I see people using straps while deadlifting especially. You are missing a lot ofundirected grip work just by using straps. If you’re a bodybuilder who’s trying to focus onkeeping tension on lats while performing a lat exercise that’s different but if you’re an athlete orpowerlifter etc, quit using them […]
Author: Robert JacobsTightly Coupled mitochondria generate the maximum amount of ATP with the minimum amount of caloric intake and subsequent heat produced. A loosely coupled haplotype needs the maximum amount of calories to generate the maximum amount of ATP and in turn generates more heat. Coupling efficiency is an important consideration, whether you are counting […]
Training the muscles of the neck is often neglected. Let’s not forget our neck is located between the brain and the rest of the body. This is one of most important junctions of our bodies, so it’s a must that we train it. Strengthening the muscles of the neck has many benefits such as:Improves signals […]