I'll be 48 in January so age is definitely something I have to compensate for in my training. I've struggled with shoulder pain, so I took a break to work rotator cuff and rear delts a bit based on info I researched online.
I recently started back up on the 5 day plan (I took the short break after week 8 of the 3 day full body plan when my weight and reps started to decline). Shoulder feels
I will be hiking in the Andes so I've been working my legs harder than usual in preparation. Last week I took a practice hike and emerged with no leg soreness with one exception - the areas running up and down alongside the shins. Is there even muscle there? Anyway, I was wondering if anyone had suggestions for training that part of the body. Thanks!
Just wondering the same old question, and the internet doesn't give much away, do I thought I place it here to see if anyone has worked this one out
I am cutting with the TSPA diet, and working hard with the THT plan since years. Great muscle gains and loving it: BUT, now that I am cutting and trying to get down to the <12% body fat, i am wondering how much the scale really me
First 2 THT Cycles: 8-12 Rep Range - 3 Day - Whole Body
3rd THT Cycle: 6-8 Rep Range - 3 Day - M/W/F Splits
4th THT Cycle (current): 6-8 Rep Range - 3 Day - M/W/F Splits
Overall, I've noticed slight size changes (arms, chest & legs) but not as much as I would have thought after almost 40 weeks. My strength appears static, per my logs, but I am focusing much more on form and negati
Hi Mark. You recommend going to a 5 day (8-12 rep range) cycle after completing 10 weeks of a 3 day (8-12 rep range) cycle. With the crazy work and family schedule I have, the 3 day cycle was ideal as far as time goes. Would it be detrimental for me to go right back into a 3 day cycle? And, if I do, should I stick to a 8-12 rep range or change over to a 6-8 rep range? Thanks in advance.