Ed Shanks80% of your body weight is above your waist. What does it mean? That your legs must be stronger than your upper body to be able to handle the weight of the rest of your body. Ok, so cool, but what does that have to do with training your legs for more size and strength? Everything!
Ed ShanksHopefully you have been keeping up with the recent training series. If not, here is a quick refresher. We have been discussing the benefits of neuromuscular training and how it can quickly help to improve your strength and size gains. Let me break it down for you even deeper. How deep, “so deep, I put her ass
Ed ShanksIf you have been training for any period, you have probably come to a point where your gains have started to slow down or have completely stopped. What do you do? Do you ditch your current training program and pick a new workout from some professional bodybuilder that is big because of his current drug protocol and
Ed ShanksWhen it comes to packing on the most muscle possible it is hard to beat compound movements. One of the reasons why they are so effective at building size and strength is that compound movements work both sides of your body at the same time. Working both halves of your body at the same time is referred