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Training splits probed

Training splits probed - Full body vs body-split routines

Some athletes swear by total-body routines that allow you to train a muscle as frequently as possible whereas others support a traditional body part split where you train a muscle once per week. A recent study probed the effect of training frequency of these two different splits on muscular adaptations in a controlled experiment. Brad Schoenfeld and his team took ...

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Battling rope alternating waves

The Battling Rope System provides an intense cardiovascular and endurance workout in a very short period of time, while incorporating multiple muscle groups.

The Battling Rope System provides an intense cardiovascular and endurance workout in a very short period of time, while also incorporating multiple muscle groups and improving grip strength and shoulder endurance.

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Biorhythms

Understand your natural cycles to unlock your potential for optimal muscle growth

Biological rhythms, or biorhythms, are cycles in our states of physiological, emotional, or intellectual wellbeing. Literally translated, biorhythm means life flow, which refers to a number of different cycles that affect physiological and behavioural processes.

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Total Recall

Muscle memory demystified

As muscle adapts to training, the subsequent changes form a part of its muscle memory as the muscles become accustomed to certain activities.

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Shouldering On

Five shoulder training mistakes & how to correct them

Often, people don't want to train their shoulders hard opting instead to cruise through their sets out of fear of suffering an injury to the fragile ball-and-socket joints.

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