Weightology Research Review April 2020

Need something to read while at home? The April issue of the Weightology Research Review is up!⁠

This issue has a nice balance of hypertrophy-related and fat loss-related content.⁠

Here's the table of contents for this issue:

  • Keto for trained women
  • Sarcoplasmic vs. myofibrillar hypertrophy: another piece in the puzzle
  • Velocity loss as a tool for gauging how close to train to failure
  • Do diet drinks make you crave more sweets? (A two-parter)
  • Variable-resistance vs. traditional machines for hypertrophy (another two-parter)
  • Why it's tough to build muscle while you're losing fat

Whether you're trying to build muscle, lose fat, compete in physique shows, or help your clients lose weight and get fit, there's something in this issue for everyone.⁠

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