Tag Archives: strength

Why Strength Training Is The Only Thing Left For Natural Bodybuilders

| August 13, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

Back in the day, many brainwashed people used to spread the notion that you have to get “strong” before switching to high rep volume routines. The idea is simple – if your squat is 100lbs/45kg, you are not going to benefit as much from sets of 10 as somebody who can lift 300lbs/136kg. On the grounds […]

Bodyweight Gains and Their Effect On Strength

| June 9, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

If you go to a training forum and write that you are 6′ and 160lbs, you will be advised to eat more to avoid evaporation from the planet and get to the magic 200-220 pounds. Cool, except that it‘s not nearly that easy. Most people have extremely delusional ideas how much one could weigh without […]

How Strong Can You Get Without Gaining Weight #chicken strength

| April 19, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

More muscle mass equals more strength? Physical strength is the ability to exert a sufficient amount of force against resistance through dynamic or static muscular contractions in order to move or stabilize an object in a voluntary manner. Therefore, bigger muscles cannot possibly interfere with that task unless the range of motion is affected negatively […]

Creating a Bodybuilding Split For Natural Bodybuilders

| November 6, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

Regardless of what the mainstream muscle media say, there isn’t a perfect bodybuilding split. All templates are temporary and require changes sooner or later. Even if you want to, you can’t do the same program forever. Minor tweaks will always be required. Exercise Selection Is Fundamental Choosing the right exercises is crucial. Below are a few criteria […]

Excessive Bench Press Arch – an Illusion Of Strength

| June 8, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

For a long time, powerlifters have been taking advantage of a loophole. The bench press rules say that as long as your hips and shoulders are in contact with the bench, everything’s fine. Consequently, many flexible lifters (usually young females) bend their backs to the extreme to shorten the range of motion and lift more […]