Man, if you're anything like me, you don't want to waste time in the gym. You're there to break a sweat, build some serious muscle, and leave feeling like a champ. But here's the deal: you can't ignore the upper body warm up.
While many fitness enthusiasts focus on overall calf development, the inner calf often goes unnoticed. Neglecting these muscles not only leads to an unbalanced lower leg but also hinders functional movement and athletic performance.
We've all seen the overweight Dads that have bowling ball calves but haven't stepped foot in the gym in years. What's their secret? Are calves 100% genetic? Let's get to the bottom of it.
I was ready to crush my squat record, but as I gripped the cold metal bar and felt the weight on my shoulders, a thought niggled at the back of my mind: 'Why the hell can I squat more than I deadlift?'
Dive into the world of Serge Nubret - a legend whose workout routine, diet, and training methods have left a lasting impact on bodybuilding enthusiasts worldwide.
Embarking on the rugged path of bodybuilding unfolds a narrative that's as much about the iron lifted as it is about the wisdom of Reps In Reserve (RIR). Among the arsenal of techniques that a diligent weightlifter, athlete or bodybuilder employs, the concept of Reps In Reserve reigns supreme.