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Determining Frequency : Regulating Intensity
Renowned industry insider Rob Clarke attempts to answer the impossible: just how frequently can you train a muscle for optimal results, and better yet, how often should you train them?!
15 Muscle Building Secrets
When 15 serious weight trainers come together and each shares an invaluable tip for building muscle, it's likely that the key to unlocking your potential may well lie within this article.
Most Effective Supplement You've Ever Taken?
If you worked in the nutrition industry, surely you'd have a great idea of what really works. Well we ask one of our experts for his all time favourites.
10 Random Thoughts on Weight Training
Martin Berkhan is back with one of his most referenced articles of all time. Here are 10 riveting thoughts on weight training that will both challenge your knowledge and enlighten you.
Can I Use High Reps on Deadlifts
Question: Are you an advocate of deadlifting in the higher rep ranges, for either hypertrophy and strength? If not, why?Answer / Adam Kitchen: This is a good question but the answer is quite simply 'no', for a number of reasons -…
Why Does Breakfast Make Me Hungry?
“Why does breakfast make me hungry?” When someone asked me that question for the umpteenth time since my methods became popular, I decided to indulge in a deeper exploration of what the mechanism might be
Lifting Speed - Fast or Slow?
Just what is the ideal cadence for the concentric (lifting) part of a rep? Our physiology and biology expert Rob Clarke analyses a recent research paper that sheds some much needed light on this contentious issue among serious lifters.
3 Reasons Why You Should Lift Weights
Weight training will change your life in ways you could never imagine. Don't underestimate how powerful integrating fitness into your lifestyle may be. Here are the 3 reasons every human should lift weights.
Training Tips Goody Bag: Edition 7
This weeks edition is contains more than the additional three tips, and will also draw on some timely reminders about pieces I’ve written in the past that could go some way to helping you progress further.
Test Factor Advanced's Astonishing Versatility
Question: What alternative uses could you get out of Test Factor Advanced - i.e, can it be used for fat burning, recomposition, enhanced quality of life, etc?
Reflex's Vegan Protein: Can it Rival Whey?
Whisper it quitely, but could vegan protein really be considered as a superior alternative to whey? With higher levels of glutamine and other intriguing features, many serious athletes may consider the switch.
Can You Build Muscle while Cutting?
Is it possible to build muscle when in a calorie deficit, cutting? Driven Sports' physiology expert Rob Clarke tackles this contentious, perrenial question that never seems to have a clear answer.
Training Tips Goody Bag: Edition 6
Wel put an unconventional spin on the conventional ways to perform cardio and how you approach it. Also, why you should address your weaknesses first in a workout rather than leaving them until the end when you're 'beaten up'.