Weightology Research Review March 2020

The March 2020 issue of the Weightology Research Review is now online!

I'm sure a lot of you are confined to your homes due to COVID19. Here's some great reading material for you to digest during your downtime.

There's been a lot of hypertrophy-related research published recently, and that's reflected in this issue. There's also a review on refeeds for muscle retention during fat loss, as well as a review of some classic research on the primary drivers of obesity.

Here's the table of contents for this issue:

  • Which training variables are most important to growth?
  • Training volume: individualization is key
  • Compound versus iso movements: both are better than one
  • Tempo: how much does it really matter?
  • Exercise order and hypertrophy
  • Refeeds for retaining muscle?
  • Triceps training: pressing isn't enough
  • Obesity: more food than fitness

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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