Also make sure u dont get into a plateau with your training, change it around every couple of weeks, have a week off every few months for you Central nervous system to catch up, you dont realise how much strain you put on your body when training, rest is as important a training, give 4 days inbetween large body parts and 2-3 for the smaller muscle groups, watch out for overtraining when doing lifts that do more than one bodypart do biceps and chest together as you dont train your biceps when doing the bench, doing triceps and chest would be over working your triceps, overtraining is easily done and is hard on the body as it makes thr body release cortisol which none of us want, sleep 8 hours every night, and look up different ways how to train look up 5×5 training and German Volume Training if the gains are slowing.
I just stumbled upon your articles and find them to be highly informative and backed by good science. I was sick for about 4 years, and before that I was in amazing shape. I gained a lot of weight and somehow I am still strong; 250lbs hand grippers, I am 220 and I can still do 10 pull ups and curl 100lbs twice with perfect form on all exercises executes.
I keeps develop extreme muscle tension, and fatigue – do you have any suggestions? Also, do you have any overall advice for me in my venture to get my body back? Thank you for your advice!