Progressive Overload: progressively placing greater than normal demands on the exercising musculature to increase strength and hypertrophy. In order to stimulate gains in both strength and muscle size, you must increase the demand that you place upon your musclo-skeletal system. In reality, there are only 3 paths your training can go. You can progress, stay […]
If you find that there is no way you can consume enough fruit and vegetables (between 5-12 servings a day), you could try a fruit and vegetable supplement. It usually comes in a powder and you can just mix it with water. It’s a good choice as it gives you a healthy dose of all […]
Normal blood tends to be slightly alkaline, falling between 7.35 and 7.45 on the pH scale, with 7 being neutral. 0 is extremely acidic, while 14 is extremely alkaline. Natural human bodily processes keeps your blood in this neutral/slightly alkaline range. However, our diet and aging can also have an effect on this balance. Keep […]
Cutting through all the scientific mumbo jumbo that I wrote in the previous post: If you want to look good naked, train your fast twitch muscle fibers. If you want to look like a piece of wet pizza dough, keep doing your cardio and low weights.
One fundamental aspect of weight training that most people are unaware of is the fact that not all muscle is created equally. Muscles are made up of muscle fibers. Fibers are grouped into motor units and each motor unit is innervated by a motor neuron. Motor neurons are told to contract by electrical impulses sent […]