Training schedules are a hotly disputed subject with countless suggestions for how you can plan your week for training.
I may be best known for my work training actors for film roles like “The Wolverine”, “Assassins Creed” and “X-Men” but I have also helped thousands of men just like you build muscle, drop fat, plus look and feel amazing.
Muscle gain comes from two places: the gym and the kitchen. If you are trying to build muscle and you haven’t considered your diet then it’s time you did.
Muscle building is a complex issue with rep ranges being one of the most highly discussed and disputed topics.
Periodisation is the planning or organisation of a training regime to reach peak performance at exactly the right time, for an event, competition or other purpose.
Where is my rest muscle and how do I train it? Resting your muscles the right amount can be just as important as training your muscles.
Progression, or Progressive Overload, is often overlooked, but is absolutely necessary if you want to continue to get stronger and fitter over time.
I’ve written a lot in the past about the correct weights for your goals, the right number of sets and reps, and the frequency of training.
One of the first things you need to consider when you start training for muscle is the exercises you are going to utilise.