Across the board, multijoint leg exercises top this list. In addition to recruiting more muscle mass into the movement, multijoint exercises generate greater release of the muscle-building hormones testosterone and growth hormone . The amount of muscle called into play is critical on leg day because there are so many large muscle groups involved: the glutes (three muscles), quads (four muscles), hamstrings (three muscles), and calves (two muscles). And that list doesn't even include stabilizer muscles that are also recruited into many multijoint movements!
hi , i used to be like 121 kg and now i am ranging between 67 and 70 kg and i don't want to get bigger or bolder i just want to have lean ripped look , i workout 3 to 5 days but i don't eat enough food because i gain weight so fast and i am afraid of gaining all the weight back so i decided to take protein not from food so i want to take supplement , BCAA was recommended to me , but there is a lot of option out there and i don't know if i should take BCAA or another form , i do have under skin fats making me look bad despite the fact that i am 67 kg and 175 cm , so will BCAA help me in losing under skin fats and getting ripped look , and if so what product should i buy , really appreciate ur help
How to create rock hard muscles
that look great 24 hours per day and from any angle (not just while you
are training or have a "pump").
How to put on muscle without ever having to worry about looking like a meat-head. How to create the sharp "angular" look, instead of the bloated round look.
The proper strategy to get masculine square looking pecs, that makes your chest look like an armor plate instead of having typical rounded bodybuilder pecs.
How to build density in your abs instead of adding size to this area...getting those deep etched abs that are visible 24 hours per day (not just with good lighting).
Anyway, I could go on and on and list quite a few more bullet points...