Does Training To Failure Build More Muscle?
Should You Be Training To Failure To Build Muscle, Or Do You Need To Avoid It?
Training to failure seems like a no-brainer. You're at the gym to train hard, so pushing yourself to the limit makes perfect sense. After all, if you don't train to failure, did you even workout?
Scan the gym floor and you'll see clear evidence to reinforce your belief.
The most ripped and jacked guys, screaming "ONE MORE REP" at each other, as iron and sweat clash together in a sea of testosterone. And it's not just the guys. The ladies are in on the action too, thrusting and squatting their way until booties are punished into submission.
Intimidating to say the least. But do you have to do the same? Is training to failure how you build muscle and get in shape? Or is there another way?
In this article, you'll find the clarity you need.
By the time you've finished reading, you'll know whether or not to trust the dude coated in so much fake tan, he looks and smells like rich mahogany.
Here's what you'll discover:
- The logic of training to failure and the research supporting it.
- The issues with training to failure and why it limits muscle growth.
- Why you might not even be training to failure, anyway.
- When should you train to failure?