Tag Archives: lifting

Lifting Heavy Weights is Still a Major Waste of Time let me redpill you

| June 18, 2019 by Truth Seeker |

Nothing has changed in the world of lifting. The professors still sell the same old dreams directly and indirectly. The only difference is that the buyers are new. What happened to the previous crowd? They did their squats and ascended? Yeah, right. They just left. One of the biggest scams ever told to any natural […]

The Ultimate Broscience Fails In Bodybuilding Part 2

| April 13, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

Below you will find some more outrageous broscience beliefs which have somehow become an essential part of the mainstream bodybuilding doctrine. 1.Steroids are used solely to recover and train properly. I had one of my best laughs when I read on T-Nation’s forum that a natural can get as big as Ronnie Coleman if there was enough […]

Why I Will Most Likely Never Use Kettlebells

| April 6, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

My first rendezvous with a kettlebell took place a decade ago in a dirty store for sporting goods. The place was a metal shack one blow away from total destruction. I bought a dumbbell handle and two 1.25kg plates that I use to this very day. The total was something like 5 kilograms. “Heavy.” I […]

Are Isolation Exercises Really Worthless? Are biceps curls evil?

| April 2, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

Isolation exercises attract massive hate from the “functional” crowd, but in most cases, single joint movements are simply misunderstood. What are the benefits of isolation exercises? The value of isolation exercises is contained in the term – “isolation“. The main goal of single joint movements is to work on a specific muscle directly. This is […]