The truth is this: you can change your sets, reps and exercises all you want but it’s probably not going to help much. In fact, that’s probably what you’ve been doing for the last few months, or even years.
So what’s the solution? You must do two things. First, stimulate the stubborn muscle group the way it’s designed to work. Second, trigger muscle growth more frequently without adding more time to your workouts.
Look, you don’t need to make more trips to the gym or buy an expensive piece of esoteric equipment. The tricks for triggering growth don’t depend on either of those factors.
But simply working a muscle more frequently isn’t going to make it bigger. If that were true, all marathon runners would have massive glutes and calves. You must learn exactly how to stimulate the largest muscle fibers with a specific set of guidelines.
As a professional trainer, it’s my job to get results faster than my clients expect. If I don’t, they’ll find another trainer. So I’ve been constantly researching and experimenting new approaches to speed up muscle growth over the last 19 years.
By necessity, I’ve had to figure out the unknown ways to stimulate muscle gains because the people that hire me have already tried all the typical stuff. I’m sure you have, too. And I’m not surprised that none of it worked.
Now, it doesn’t matter if you train a muscle 10 times a day if you’re doing it the wrong way. More work does not automatically grant more results. You can study a math book all day long but it won’t help you pass a history… Read more…