Bodybuilding Science Review - Issue #15

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I'm down to working out once a week for dumbbell rows (90 lbs x 15 reps). And improving steadily. Man
 
February 4 - Issue #15

Bodybuilding Science Review

Hypertrophy|Strength|Nutrition

I’m down to working out once a week for dumbbell rows (90 lbs x 15 reps). And improving steadily. Many coaches think that once you start lifting really heavy, you should work out less often (to allow for more recovery). Makes a lot of sense. This strategy has worked great for me in the past with the deadlift. It’s working out great now with dumbbell rows.

Train smarter to build muscle faster.

Carl

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