It is possible to increase the amount of weight you lift in every single workout.
This means that you can make progress week on week until such times as you reach a genetic limit or you are satisfied with how you look.
As I have stated in a previous article, one of the single biggest factors in building muscle is ‘Progressive Overload.’ As a beginner, you can easily increase the weight you can lift at every single session. However, once you’ve got a year or so under your belt, you’ll find it increasingly difficult to up the weight lifted week on week.
If you want to grow new muscle, however, this is a must. The problem is that you might not be able to lift an extra 5 pounds every single week, so you’re stuck where you are. Of course, you don’t have to increase every single week, but what if there was a way to do so? Interested?
The best way to get around this is by attaching magnets to your weights. You could also wrap chain links around the bar, as long as you have one snap-hook to close the link.
This is a great little secret that ensures that your muscles don’t adapt to the strain you’re putting them under. This will allow you to slowly-but-surely keep progressing every single workout. if you are wondering what this whole progressive overload is, have a read at this article which explains the fundamental principle thoroughly.
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