Workouts

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How to set up a ceiling session

by Emanuele Zanetti

last updated: November 11, 2016

Let's look at the basic concepts of ceilings and how to structure a session for ceilings, to break a deadlock in your progress

Doggcrapp Training: High intensity training and low volume

by Niccolò Balboni

last updated: November 02, 2016

Doggcrapp training is a high-intensity, low volume training protocol created by Mr. Dante Trudel, which is characterised by heavy and progressive loads, high frequency and low volume, rest breaks and eccentric lengths.

A simple but effective workout for the legs

by Andrea Presti

last updated: October 12, 2016

We'll now give you a new impetus for training with this routine for the legs, which is simple, but full and effective.

Shoulders: training the deltoids correctly

by Andrea Presti

last updated: October 04, 2016

The shoulders are a weak spot for many people: here is a complete routine focused on abduction movements, for working on the sides of the deltoid.

The Hatfield Method for increasing mass and strength

by Niccolò Balboni

last updated: October 03, 2016

The Hatfield training method is a technique that allows you to train all of the different types of muscle fibres at the same site, and promised great increases in muscle mass and strength.

What load to use depending on the repetitions?

by Andrea Presti

last updated: September 12, 2016

The load used during exercise is not the be-all and end-all, but the means by which we must strive for maximum muscle stimulation

Sculpted abs: all they really thanks to your diet?

by Andrea Presti

last updated: August 31, 2016

Abs are made at the table, that much is true, but not exclusively. You can also achieve a six pack with the right exercises, and with a very particular training frequency

Monofrequency vs Multifrequency workout: what to choose?

by Niccolò Balboni

last updated: July 18, 2016

Should one train each muscle once per week (single frequency) or more times a week (multifrequency)? Here's how to get the most for muscle growth

P.H.A.T.: Power Hypertrophy Adaptive Training

by Niccolò Balboni

last updated: July 06, 2016

The PHAT is a training methodology designed, developed and practiced by Layne Norton. This methodology consists of a combination of powerlifter workout modes with those of bodybuilders, we shall see how

Muscular arms? Question is fibre

by Emanuele Zanetti

last updated: June 28, 2016

The ideal workout for arms depends on the relationship between white and red muscle fibres, which varies from person to person. Learn to parse your muscle fibres and to set the most suitable training regime.

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