Tag Archives: hypertrophy

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The Size Series | How ‘Hard’ do you Push?

  • by David O' Connor
  • 10/08/2017
You’re missing out on a boat-load of info first if you’ve skipped the last 3 articles in this series, so I’d recommend to start at part 1 and work up to this article; Part 1 | The Principle of Overload – HERE. Part 2 | Muscle Gaining Targets – HERE. Part 3 | How Much […]Read More >>
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Episode 08 | Volume, ‘Phasing’ & Hypertrophy for Body Comp Gains with Steve Hall

  • by David O' Connor
  • 08/07/2017
Episode 08 | Sees Natural Bodybuilder, Online Personal Trainer & Podcast Host Steve Hall on the show to dive into all things Hypertrophy & Phasing for long-term Body composition Gains. We ended up diving into a lot more than expected so this one is jam-packed with usable content to go away and plug into play. SUBSCRIBE […]Read More >>
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The Size Series | How Much to Grow?

  • by David O' Connor
  • 28/06/2017
From here on in, this series is pretty advanced, so if you’re a beginner only really starting out ‘lifting’ – this stuff probably WILL go way over your head. Don’t worry if you’re clueless, it probably means you just need some guidance on where to go next, Anyhow – when you get past the Beginner […]Read More >>
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The Size Series | Muscle Gaining Targets

  • by David O' Connor
  • 16/06/2017
“but I’ve read that much shit at this stage u wouldn’t no what to believe. Everybody seems to contradict each other.” I get messages like this on Facebook/Instagram about 2-3 times a week in terms of ‘Gaining Muscle’ and the fact is, yes there is a lot of conflicting stuff out there, especially in the […]Read More >>
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The Size Series | The Principle of Overload

  • by David O' Connor
  • 08/06/2017
Here’s something the pops up every now and then when I get asked questions around Training, Let’s say you’re training for 6-8 Months now, or most people say “I go the gym 5 times a week”, While this is brilliant because you’re fundamentally DOING the most important variable when it comes to training (Adherence and actually […]Read More >>