Good news for those who, after many years of abstinence from sports, start exercising regularly again: You’ll get fit again faster than someone who has never exercised. The reason: muscles have their own brain. What does that mean? Read on.
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If you want to build strength and muscles, you need to set sufficiently intense stimuli. Furthermore, establishing new and different stimuli is advisable if the desired results are not achieved despite regular training. The so-called ladder method is considered to be particularly effective. Here everything you need to know about it:Continue reading With the ladder method you can effectively build muscle
An athletic body is not only an attractive eye-catcher. A muscle plus also ensures better fat burning, stronger bones, and better protection against injuries. Therefore, when training for a particularly effective muscle build-up, it is advisable to keep a few things in mind.
Many are probably asking themselves: How fast or slow should I perform my movements to optimally build muscle? What influence does the movement speed during the individual strength exercises have on my training success? A Brazilian study addressed this question. Here are the results:
When we describe a person as eccentric, it usually has a negative connotation. Therefore, these are people we prefer to avoid. Even in strength training, most athletes emphasize the concentric phase than the eccentric phase. But it is eccentric training that we should not avoid:Continue reading Eccentric training for more strength and muscles