Most people, if not all, associate muscle buildings with lifting heavy weights and nonstop training at the gym. That said, a number of people now train lighter and still grow some muscles. How can this be even possible?
Yoga instructor and fitness writer Shawn Radcliffe says yes. In his article for Men’s Fitness, Radcliffe mentions a study where it is possible for people to train lighter and still grow and achieve significant muscle gains.
If you hate hitting the gym, or travel frequently, you can still increase the size of your muscles even while using lighter weights. At first, this may seem counterintuitive. Read more…
An article published by Muscular Development mentioned studies with similar results. People can train lighter and still grow.
After watching Branch Warren’s new training DVD ‘Train Insane,’ bodybuilders may be thinking it’s time to ‘nut up’ and start going balls-to-the-wall! I visited Branch a few weeks ago, and to my surprise he was taking some much-needed time to rest his body after the Olympia. Read more…
Professional bodybuilder Lee Hayward is an advocate on using lighter weights to build muscle. In the following YouTube video, Hayward demonstrates how one can train lighter and still grow a muscular physique.
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