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Today, a good buddy of mine invited me to go to the gym with him, mind you that I have never trained with him in my life. Maybe he called me out because he noticed my muscular gains or maybe he was just being a good friend and invited me to the gym. Well, let’s fast forward to the training background of this story. We where training legs and shoulders it was my friends choice, if it where up to me I would rather train shoulders or legs and not both of them during the same time. However though I just followed his lead and let him show me how its done.
At the end of our “exhausting” workout I noticed that my friends training philosophy was on the other side of the scale as opposed to mine. I noticed that he always used light weights and never went to complete muscular failure both positively, negatively and statically. I noticed that whenever he would feel pain on the muscle group he would train he would simply just stop doing the exercise, no matter how hard I pushed him, and not matter how hard I yelled at him to do one more extra repetition. It’s just like how Arnold Schwarzenegger said it would be “This area of pain divides the champion from someone else who is not a champion”.
If it where up to me I would absolutely rip my friend in half with my way of training. He would have to go balls deep and by balls deep I mean forced reps, forced negatives, partial reps and whatever it takes to go to complete muscular failure both positively, negatively and statically. This is how you pack tons of muscle mass, not only that your diet must be perfect too. Now, my friends I hope you learned something from my article “A View On Two Different Bodybuilding Philosophies” if not, well take a look around my blog and learn!