Bodybuilding Science Review - Issue #14

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Last year, I trained mostly 12 times a week. I made good progress. A few months back, I reduced to 6
 
January 28 - Issue #14

Bodybuilding Science Review

Hypertrophy|Strength|Nutrition

Last year, I trained mostly 12 times a week. I made good progress. A few months back, I reduced to 6 times a week. I still made progress. Now, I’m down to 4 workouts a week. And I’m still making progress. I think my body was tired from working out so much. I had joint pain all the time. It’s almost gone now. In a few months, I plan to increase volume again.

The lesson: do what works. Measure your progress. You may be surprised to find you can:

- Handle more work and progress faster
- Still make good progress with less work

My app Dr. Muscle helps you measure your progress. And it automates DUP, which has been shown to build strength up to 2x faster. Check it out: https://drmuscleapp.com/subscribe.html.

Carl Juneau, PhD

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