Though the following program is written from a “beginners” perspective, it can also be used by any trainee – beginner, intermediate or advanced. It is particularly useful for trainees who’ve trained on elaborate,… Read more
For most people muscle building is a slow process. Of course, there are those who are extremely genetically gifted and respond quickly to even the most poorly constructed and applied of programs, but most people are not in this category. Add… Read more
Your Maximum Muscular Bodyweight and Measurements, by Casey Butt, Ph.D.
For a drug-free athlete trying to develop maximum muscle mass, the knowledge of how much muscle can be developed without the use of anabolic drugs would be a very valuable… Read more
“The information below is probably the most “honest” you’ll ever read in any bodybuilding article, and it’s probably the most important article I’ve ever written, or will ever write, regarding bodybuilding… Read more
Way back in the early 1970s Arthur Jones popularized the notion of training to failure with his series of articles in Iron Man magazine. Training to the point of muscular failure, Jones explained, was the necessary stimulus for maximum muscular… Read more
It was suggested in Making A Strength/Size Routine Part IV: Training Frequency that a drug-free, genetically average weight trainer will not make optimal strength/size gains when training intensely more than three times per week. It was… Read more
Training frequency is comprised of two components. They are:
1. How often to train a muscle/muscle group.
2. How often to train overall.
How Often To Train A Muscle/Muscle Group
How often you can train a muscle/muscle group depends largely … Read more