Month: November 2018

POST WORKOUT HORMONES, ANDROGEN RECEPTORS AND MUSCLE GROWTH

Have you wondered why people respond differently to the same training program? Setting aside the use of performance enhancing drugs, why do some people put on muscle quicker than others? Is there such a thing as a hard gainer? Anecdotal evidence seems to support this but what are the possible explanations? Accepted thinking on exercise …

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STRENGTH LECTURE SERIES – MUSCLE CRAMPS

Many athletes will experience cramping at same point in their training. Often occurring during times of high workload, cramps are a feeling of extreme tightness that progresses rapidly into a painful “knot” that debilitates the athlete and can result in long term muscle soreness and loss of function. There are many mysteries that surround muscle cramping …

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