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Month: October 2016

Different strokes for different folks and different reps for different exercises…

This article was inspired by something Greg Nuckols wrote a while back. I cannot remember the name of the article but, he mentioned how there wasn’t a perfect rep range for muscle gain. He also explained that different exercises lend themselves better to certain rep ranges. I couldn’t agree more. In my Muscle Specific Training …

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Mucle Specific Training 11 – No Glutes No Glory

Full disclosure: Much of the anatomical, biomechanical and muscle physiology knowledge in this article is taken from Bret Contreras AKA the Glute Guy. Bret has studied the glutes in-depth and is now the leading authority on them. It would be pointless me trying to write this section of Muscle Specific Training up without referencing him. I’m pretty certain …

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Muscle Specific Training 10 – Chesticles Are The Besticles

Pectoralis Major is made up of two parts. The sternocostal head (lower chest) and the clavicular head (upper chest). The sternocostal head attaches on the sternum while the clavicular head attaches on the clavicle. Both insert on to the upper arm. The sternocostal head is the largest part and is commonly disproportionately developed in trainees. …

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