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Full Range Of Tension Iron Paradise Fitness Training And Nutrition Articles

Full Range Of Tension: Is This The Optimal Way To Build Muscle?

Ditch Full Range Of Motion And Constant Tension. Get The Best Of Both Worlds With Full Range Of Tension

Full range of tension isn't a term you will have heard before. But it could revolutionise your training and help you build more muscle. So for that reason alone, it's worth listening to what I've got to say.

In this article you'll discover the theory behind the full range of tension concept. More importantly, by the end of the article you'll know whether or not it's an approach to training worth considering.

So, if you're interested in building more muscle in the most efficient way possible, read on.

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Mini Cut Guide Iron Paradise Fitness Training And Nutrition Articles

Mini Cut Guide: How To Build Muscle And Stay Lean

If You've Ever Wondered How A Mini Could Help You Stay Lean While Building Muscle, You Need To Read This Article

"What the hell is a mini cut? It sounds like more bro-science BS."

If that was your initial thought, hold up. Because a mini cut could be the muscle building Holy Grail you've been searching for.

After spending what seems a lifetime trying to lose body fat, your attention turns to building more muscle. And that means more calories, and potentially an increase in body fat. So naturally you're wary of the process. Putting on fat sounds like a bad idea, right?

But, if you want optimal results, it might be necessary. So the idea of keeping body fat in check while you sculpt some perfect pecs and gorgeous glutes, is pretty appealing.

And so enters the mini cut.

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Lose Weight Working Full Time Iron Paradise Fitness Training And Nutrition Articles

Lose Weight Working Full-Time: 15 Ways Get In Shape At Work

15 Ways To Lose Weight Working Full-Time. The Blueprint To Build Your Best Body Ever, Even If You Work Insane Hours.

Trying to consistently work-out, eat the right foods, and keep on top of your health can be tough. Especially when you work long hours and barely have time to breathe. But it is possible to lose weight working full-time. And in this article you'll discover exactly how.

Right now, your schedule is packed. One look at your Google Calendar and you're greeted with a wall of meeting invites and social commitments. It feels like you have to schedule time to wipe your ass, so how are you supposed to find 90 minutes to train, or prep food for the week ahead?

And to make matters worse, the only advice you get is from a 20 year-old Personal Trainer who doesn't have any appreciation of what life is really like. Of course, it would be great to train like they do, and having your Mum cook all your food. But that's not the real world.

So here's what I've got for you.

15 practical tips you can implement today to kickstart living a leaner, healthier life. 15 ways to lose weight while working full-time.

Ready? Let's do this. But don't skip around. Read the whole article top to bottom, because each point is important.

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How Long Should You Rest Between Sets To Build Muscle?

Here's What The Science Says About How Long You Should Rest Between Sets If You Want To Build Muscle

If you want to know what the latest research says about the optimal amount of rest between sets, then read on. Because, in this article you'll discover the difference between the bro-science and science-science.

Here's the key takeaways from the article:

  • Gym folklore is outdated bro-science. And the rigid rules around rest intervals have no basis in science.
  • Researchers compared 1 minute and 3 minute rest intervals across a number of different exercises. Assessing their impact on strength, size, and endurance.
  • Participants taking the longer rest between sets build significantly more muscle and saw improvements in strength.
  • If your goal is to build muscle, then incorporating a longer rest between sets will be advantageous.

So, if you want the detail on those points, start reading.

And if you take a slightly longer rest between sets, you might even be able to read the whole thing. And by all accounts, that should be good for the gains.

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