Weightology Research Review October 2020

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

Does incline bench really target upper pecs? Are bodybuilders weak? Why do some people claim there's a metabolic advantage to low carb? Can cyclical keto diets combine the best of both worlds? Is cardio or weight training better for getting ripped abs? Can cold exposure get you shredded? We've got the answers to these questions and more in this issue.

Here's the table of contents for this issue.

  • Flat vs. Incline Bench for Chest: Were the Bros Wrong?
  • Are Bodybuilders' Muscles Weak For Their Size?
  • Compensatory Theory & Obesity Relapse: Incomplete Model, or Incomplete Analysis?
  • Creatine: Swelling to Swoleness
  • Cardio vs. Resistance Training for Ab Fat
  • Get Cold to Burn Fat?
  • The Low Carb Lie
  • Cyclical Keto Diets for Fat Loss

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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