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.
Don’t untruss or score the chicken. This just destabilizes the damn thing on the spit.
If you’re gonna do it, give it some respect and take it seriously.
What happens when you think it’s right in the short term, but forget the Long Game?
What the actual optimal training range with regard to sets and reps is an individual matter.
Old Skool? Is often good school.
Who and what are we to believe?