In fact, if you’re NOT training to failure you’re pretty much wasting your valuable training time! However…Many people don’t realize there are actually three types of failure: technique failure, tolerance failure and tempo failure. Let’s go through an example each of the three types of failure to help you make sure you’re getting the most out of this powerful training tool.
By far, one of the most difficult areas to stretch is the middle back and upper back. Some people think it’s because the back muscles are too thick to effectively target. The truth is that many people do get tight in this area, and even develop “knots” that never seem to go away. They try to stretch their mid and upper back muscles, but unfortunately they’re using the wrong back stretches. And they’re hitting the wrong back muscles!
A fully developed set of shoulders can do a lot to enhance the appearance of your upper body. Wider shoulders are what create a larger more balanced look, so this is not a muscle group you want to neglect! To fix this common workout oversight, I’m going to show you my 12 best shoulder exercises!
Ultimately your ability to fill those shirt sleeves will come down to how hard and how often you’re training your arms. However, most guys who want bigger arms end up doing hours of the wrong types of exercises. What if I told you there were two important areas that you should be focusing on to build your arms MUCH FASTER?