Fitness

We use our shoulders almost non-stop, so is it any wonder they often get hurt?
By varying your exercises strategically not only will you gain strength and muscle faster, but you lay the platform for continued long-term progress over successive phases.
It's a scientific fact, it's never too late to commit to movement, and strength, and flexibility, and mobility, and fitness. Your attitude is all that counts.
These movements are the basics before you start getting fancy with anything else and they should never be forgotten.
A simple way to activate your core is to hold yourself up when you exercise—no irony intended.
The number on the scale isn't everything.
We know training must be hard to be effective—the bad news is that it has to get harder.
Can some muscles tolerate more frequency than others?
Properly prepare your body for exercise by doing an adequate warm up.
Smart training is hard training, but hard training is not necessarily smart training.
Focusing on sets and reps takes your attention away from what matters most when it comes to building size.
Ask yourself, do you have a muscle building masterplan or are you just aimlessly meandering towards failure?
The more volume you do, the more you grow, but don't outgrow your capacity to recover.
Implementing drop sets into a properly periodized training plan will increase your chances of reaching your muscular potential.
A clean bulk is one thing, but gains so slow you can't measure them might not be useful.
To fully stimulate a muscle, you must challenge it across its entire contractile range, and this guide will show you how to do it.
It appears that volume is the key determinant of success when it comes to gaining muscle mass, so make this work to your advantage.