Karen Landrian

Strength Sensei 101: Training Volume

Strength Sensei 101 Training Volume   More insights into the pioneering training methods of Charles R. Poliquin   Two general categories of training variables are how hard you train (intensity) and how much work you perform (volume). While intensity often captured the headlines in muscle magazines, Charles R. Poliquin devoted considerable attention to training volume.

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WEDNESDAY TRAINING TIP

WEDNESDAY TRAINING TIP Combine Flys with Presses Increasing the time a muscle is placed under tension after momentary muscular failure is one training method popular with bodybuilders. Drop sets, where the weight is immediately decreased to allow for additional reps to be performed, is one such method. Another is to change resistance curves during a

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The Best Replenishment Protocol for Low Magnesium

What is Low magnesium? To be valid, every hormone or mineral evaluation must be tested in the right compartment. Even if it is commonly prescribed, the serum magnesium test is a poor indicator of magnesium levels as serum magnesium represents only 1% of the body’s stores. Low serum magnesium indicates severe deficiency. Red blood cell magnesium is the

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