On Proper Exercise: Corrective AND Protective

I've been enjoying Katy Bowman's podcasts lately. Given that I have a similar science background, I appreciate how she blends some really interesting science into her practical explanations as to how people can improve their movement and reap the benefits therein. She is also accurate in pointing out that you are how you move: I've … Continue reading On Proper Exercise: Corrective AND Protective

On Training Load

I recently had a discussion with Chris Highcock regarding the implications of a paper authored by James Steele ii. The topic was how failure seems to be the primary hypertrophy trigger from resistance training, regardless of load. Given that, I noted the following: Of course, load is useful in expediting the point (muscle failure). I … Continue reading On Training Load