How HARD Should You Train To Build Muscle? (Ending The Controversy)

I believe how hard you need to workout is among the most significant topics in fitness. If perhaps that pushing it as being hard as you possibly can is really better for muscle growth, only then do we must suck up and do this. But if perhaps that we would need to be being more moderate with this intensity, therefore we can balance volume, recovery along with other training, then that’s that which you do! Within this video I am talking to 5 different experts relating to this subject and, while there’s some agreement on certain aspects, as you will see, there’s some differing of opinion with regards to the facts.

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About me: I am a Canadian natural pro bodybuilder and worldwide-qualified powerlifter having a BSc in biochemistry/chemistry and a love for science. I have been practicing 12 years drug-free. I am 5’5 and fluctuate between 160 lbs (lean) and 180 lbs (bulked).


Disclaimers: Shaun Nippard isn’t a physician or your personal doctor. Always see a physician before beginning any workout program. Utilization of this post is strictly at the own risk. Shaun Nippard won’t assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that could derive from using information found in this video including although not restricted to economic loss, injuries, illness or dying.

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