Are neural adaptations to resistance training permanent, or are they lost if you haven’t trained in a long time?
If you don’t keep the radio plugged in, it don’t play.
Ladies & Gents:
We are back in business!
Don’t look back…it might be gaining on you.
Well, if it works as a myostatin inhibitor…
This is fabulous news! Let’s get back to doing what we do best! https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/world-europe-guernsey-52805203
Although it’s fashionable and convenient to label exercises into a groups like isolation and compound, it’s probably a little misleading.
It’s your call, the clock is ticking and we’re paying by the hour.
If you are a square peg, my advice is to keep your edges nice and sharp and not round them off in order to succumb to a fashionable belief that round holes are better than square ones.
What happens when you think it’s right in the short term, but forget the Long Game?