Do you have stubborn body parts that won’t grow?
Here is how to change that.
It’s not uncommon for people to have a weak body part that doesn’t want to grow.
You’ll often find people come up with all sorts of excuses as to why it won’t grow, even though they claim to train it as hard as their favoured muscle groups.
Well, let me tell you a little secret.
You ready for it?
You’re not training you weak body part hard enough or frequently enough. If you were it would grow, simple.
Let’s take mens calves for example because plenty of men are #TeamNoCalves these days.
Why can’t they get the to grow?
Overload and the necessary stimulus are not being provided, that is fact because that’s how our body works. It responds to the stress we pace it under, if something isn’t growing it means we’re not putting it under enough adaptive stress, period.
Now it is true the mind muscle connection (feeling the muscle work) will be a great help, this does take time to establish, but not that much time.
If you have a weak body part you’d do well to do the follow:
– Train it 3-5xPW (depending on what it is)
– Track the volume you’re lifting
– Push it to the point of failure, the repeat until no longer small
Everyone has weak body parts typically for the reason that they are not trained because they dent ones ego, put that aside and focus on building a balanced and strong body.
These are the most common weak parts you probably need to train:
– Rear Delts
– Legs in general
Weak point no more!