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Time Under Tension: The Secret For Building More Muscle?

Is Time Under Tension A key Ingredient Of Building Muscle? Or Should You Just Keep It Simple And Lift Heavy?

So you’ve found your way to this article because you’ve been hearing whisper of this thing called time under tension. The word around the power rack is that it’s the secret to building more of that precious muscle you crave. But you have your doubts. First of all, what the fuck is it? And second, is there any actual science and theory behind it, or are we in the realms of Bro-science 101 again?

Well, you’re in luck my friend. Because in this article you’ll get the short, sharp lowdown on everything you need to know about time under tension.

So let me tell you what you’re going to find out.

  • What time under tension actually is.
  • What the research says about time under tension.
  • Whether or not time under tension is worth including in your training.
  • How to practically apply proven and effective techniques into your training.

That’s exactly what you’re looking for, right?

So let’s do this my friend.

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4 Tips To Build Your Mind-Muscle Connection

The Mind-Muscle Connection Is Real Despite Sounding Like BS Bro-Science.

Let me guess. You’ve landed on this article because you’ve heard about the mind-muscle connection and you’re curious. Is this another case of bros in stringer vests with their nipples out, pontificating about nonsense, while sipping on their BCAA drinks?

Well, you might be surprised to hear, the mind-muscle connection is real. Not only that, it’s a crucial part of your training if you want to build a leaner, stronger physique.

But before you carry on reading, let me tell you what you’re going to find out.

  • What the mind-muscle connection really is.
  • What science actually says about its importance for building muscle.
  • 4 super simple ways to create a better mind-muscle connection for more muscle and strength.
  • The muscle groups you might find easier to connect with and those that might need more work.

That’s exactly what you’re looking for, right?

Of course I am. So let’s do this my friend.

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