Most people only train the muscles they can see in the mirror. Chest, biceps, abs. Maybe quads. That’s a big maybe. Most guys just opt to wear pants instead. But if you want to look like you actually lift, it’s the muscles you can’t see that matter most.  Lats, upper back, traps. These are …

The most important factors to make progress in your training are in this order: perfect technique consistency exercise selection If you don’t do the right things the right way often enough, you’re just not going to get stronger. And the stronger you get, the more muscle you can build. But to keep getting stronger, …

Let’s get a some semantics out of the way first. A session. Singular. It’s a one off. A training program is a series of workouts, with each building on the last, with the intentions of improving specific qualities. It’s a roadmap of sorts. So, to be clear, a training program is not: