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Workout Recovery Iron Paradise Fitness Training And Nutrition Articles

6 Ways To Maximise Workout Recovery And Build More Muscle

Why Your Urge To Do More Is Compromising Workout Recovery And Your Ability To Build Muscle

Workout recovery is essential. And in your fast-paced lifestyle, it's easy to ignore it. But what if I told you that your lack of recovery is impacting your ability to build muscle and get in shape, would you sit up and take notice?

You and I live in a culture where striving for more is the norm. And achieving more HAS to be done in double-quick time.

So it's only natural for you to want to workout as much, and as frequently as possible. Because that's what leads to achieving your goal as quickly as possible, right?

Sadly, it's not that simple.

Training is fun, but it's only part of the equation. Workout recovery is vital. If you choose to overlook it, you're guaranteed to be limiting your progress and INCREASING the time it'll take to achieve your goal.

In this article, you'll discover everything you need to know about workout recovery. And you'll get 6 practical tips to maximise your recovery after working out. First, let's talk about why workout recovery is so important, using examples of 3 Iron Paradise Fitness clients.

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Range Of Motion Iron Paradise Fitness Training And Nutrition Articles

Range Of Motion: Training For More Muscle And Less Joint Pain

Here's Why You Should Understand Active Range Of Motion If You Want To Build More Muscle And Reduce Joint Pain

Range of motion. Exercise execution. Form. All things you hear frequently when it comes to performing exercises correctly.

But what do they even mean? And what adjustments should you make to your training for more effective workouts?

"Use a full range of motion."

No doubt you've heard this one. And while it's true, without further context, it's nothing more than a surface-level sound bite that could do you more harm than good.

You have to ask more questions in order to make the statement meaningful.

For example, a full range of motion of what? And for whom?

In this article, you'll discover everything you need to know about range of motion. More importantly, how you can assess and apply it to your training to build more muscle and save your joints from total destruction. Let's start off by tackling some common exercise myths.

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How Much Muscle Iron Paradise Fitness

How Much Muscle Can You Gain Naturally? (With A Calculator)

Here's How Much Muscle You Can Gain Naturally, Including A Free 'Genetic Potential' CalculatorĀ 

"How much muscle can I gain naturally?" A question every person with even a passing interest in fitness has asked. But what's the answer?

Most will say it's impossible to say. There's too many variables. And, of course, "...it depends."

And while it's not an exact science, there is a way of assessing your genetic potential and how much muscle you can build.

In this article, you'll discover what defines your genetic potential, how to calculate how much muscle you can gain, and how to fulfil that potential. With that said, here's what the article covers:

  • The factors that define your genetic potential.
  • 2 online calculators to help you easily work out how much muscle you can potentially build naturally.
  • A method for assessing if your goals are achievable without drug enhancement.
  • A guide on how to determine if your favourite social media personality is as drug-free as they claim.
  • Another online calculator to help you determine how much muscle you can build in a year.

So, if you want to find out more, read on.

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