No. he is very good at smashing that third rep into the ground on every single set (he often gets close to 23 seconds on his final pull) but he eats like a bird and doesn’t gain weight until years later, not sparking out or pulling up.
I want to trust him, he has some impressive videos; however, I am not sure what the significance of this video where it clearly shows how far along in some lifts (deadlift, squat) he is compared to some other “strong” lifters that are several thousand pounds heavier than him.. I am just not sure what to believe here! any insight?
Edit 6/30: Another thing, if Megan were training full time instead of working full time with her children, would she be able to recruit more muscle fibers which allow for greater hypertrophy? Regardless of how much nutrition you eat you will only recruit so many. She will definitely get plenty of protein through chicken breast and canned tuna yet still lose muscle mass over time assuming she is eating enough food. Getting protein from vegetables only will not do anything for bodybuilding unless she starts eating tons of them! That alone can build muscle but does nothing for body composition once you add it all up in your daily diet. In addition because she isn’t lifting heavy enough each day her muscles lack proper repair because there isn’t much damage done after each workout session by taking down a few extra reps when trying to maximize
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