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I would say pretty decent training guideline, however you should incorporate some HIIT into your workout routine. On the nutrition side of things, make sure you are eating the right foods Pre-workout to get the most out of your session. Aim between the 8-12 rep range, i have found it to be the best for growing. Make sure to be eating enough protein, if ...


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There are more explanations than this one, but one is what type of muscle fibre you strengthen. Muscle fibre type 1 are slow, weak but have high stamina, type 2 have low stamina but are stronger and faster. This is why some people are born to be sprinters while some are born to run long distances. If you do many reps, your type 2 fibres will tire and the ...


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You just lot a bit everything ! Strength, stamina, endurance. But it's normal, your nervous system and muscles are not used to being solicited that way anymore. But don't worry, it can come back fast. The mistake you should avoid when coming back to the gym is to try to do the same exercises with the same reps/weight as you used to do. Two and half years ...


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If you gained a lot of body fat while off the gym it might be the reason, you would be heavier, your metabolism slower, etc... one would assume that having a lot of stored energy would make us more energetic, stronger but I experienced it first hand in my teenage years, the fatter you get, the harder it is to lose weight and every exercise feels like ...



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