Heavy Load Training for Max Strength

Heavy Load Training for Max Strength

The results of a study led by Brad Schoenfeld from CUNY Lehman College in New York suggest that high-load training produces greater strength than low-load training, and both methods build muscle mass equally.

Forced Reps for Greater Muscle Growth

Forced Reps for Greater Muscle Growth

Australian researchers Daniel Hackett and Theban Amirthalingam explained how forced reps could take athletes to the next level of intensity in their programs. The technique involves assistance with additional reps after the lifter has reached momentary muscular failure.

Practice HIIT for Rapid Improvement in Fitness

Practice HIIT for Rapid Improvement in Fitness

Canadian researchers determined that six sessions of high-intensity interval training on a stationary bike increased muscle oxidative capacity by almost 50 percent, muscle glycogen by 20 percent and cycle endurance capacity by 100 perce

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