Do This AFTER Your Sets to Build Muscle Faster

More and more research is now showing the bottom portion of the movement when the muscle is fully stretched is the most important part for growth. Here's a technique you can do after your sets that takes advantage of that. Try it out to build muscle faster, but make sure you do it right! #shorts #shortsfeed #shortsvideo #shortsyoutube

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16 thoughts on “Do This AFTER Your Sets to Build Muscle Faster

  1. androSS. says:

    I noticed a lot of body builders utilizing this tool a lot when they get close to competitions to squeak out their last pumps

  2. Mark B says:

    Thank you for the good advice, which is always appreciated. I know this may not be of interest to you, but when you call tips or techniques “hacks” you may be reducing your audience. People who don’t partake in online clickbait culture may be confused or put off. I don’t think the opposite would be true and that you would reduce the audience at all by using “tip”. I realise your views may differ but I hope you don’t mind me offering mine. 😀

    • T HS says:

      You’re absolutely right people gotta stop call everything a “hack” it’s getting to a point where it’s just annoying..

  3. 707josh says:

    Any curl at all, any chin up, cause extreme tendon pain on my inner elbow on both ends, doesn’t even activate 30% of my bicep. It really sucks. I can’t do any exercises for bicep at all anymore

    • Jacqui Gould says:

      So you are just recommending matrix training on isolation exercises. Easy enough to incorporate, cheers

  4. Slendy says:

    Basically do reps until failure. ACTUAL FAILURE. When doing exercises for small muscle groups or smaller regions of that muscle group.

  5. Joshua W says:

    yesh who needs a complete rep to failure when you can just try and squeeze out as much movement as you can out of your muscles

  6. Mart34 says:

    Great, but the increase in volume needs to be factored in to your routine. If you’re already at or close to maximum volume, doing this on all your exercises could tip you into overtraining. I’d use this selectively for exercises you want to prioritise progress

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