A review of literature from the University of Virginia, led by Art Weltman, concluded that growth hormone release increased with the intensity of exercise.
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A study from Northern Arizona University found that while muscle stress was important, muscles could hypertrophy without significant damage.
A well-trained, thick chest should scream power and command attention, even if you are away from the gym and fully clothed. Does yours?
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Japanese scientists from the Mie University School of Medicine found that training in a low-oxygen environment promoted muscle hypertrophy and strength. Muscle and strength increased more when training in an altitude chamber (16 percent oxygen, which created a simulated altitude of 7,243 feet), compared to training at sea level.
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Almost every health club and college physical education program on the planet has a core training class, which specifically targets muscles in the thorax that support the spine. The basic concept behind these classes is...
Adding a new training method to your program called high-intensity resistance training (HIRT) involving high speed eccentric exercise may be just what the arm doctor ordered to help you build large, shapely, powerful arms in record time.
An Ohio State University study on rabbits, led by Thomas Best, found that 30 minutes of compressive force simulating a Swedish massage promoted recovery in the tibialis anterior muscle (shin muscle) and reduced white blood cell response following intense eccentric contractions (lengthening contractions; negatives).