Building muscle isn’t easy. Not only do you need to dedicate time and effort to resistance training and lifting weights but your rest/recovery and diet are just as important – if not more important. While there are countless lists for foods that are great for building muscle or bulking (we’ve got some lists at the […]
The quads (a group of muscles on the front of the thighs) are a large and receptive muscle group. What this means, in a nutshell, is that they have a high ceiling for muscle growth and size. This is excellent news for anyone looking to build a decent set of pins, but if you start
One of the keys to muscle growth is increasing strength. As a very general rule of thumb, the stronger someone is, the more muscle mass they will tend to have. The reason I say this is a general guide is that other factors contribute to both strength and muscle size, some of the pound-for-pound strongest
The sign of a well-developed physique is almost always determined by the size of their traps. A good set of traps is a sign of strength, power, and overall muscle development. Any serious trainer that can move weight (I’m talking the truly big guys in your gym) will undoubtedly have a noticeable set of traps.
When trying to build the optimal amount of muscle mass and develop your physique, one of the most common questions that you will ask is how often you should train and what sort of workout you should do. If you are someone that can commit to a lot of gym time, then I’ve previously covered