I squat every single day of the week, and I do it well. Over a four month period, I was able to add 40 pounds onto my low bar back squat, and 95 pounds onto my high bar back squat and front squat. I also added a significant amount of muscle mass. To learn why you should be squatting every day, read on....

Building muscle is about learning how to train your body in the most optimal way possible.  In the gym, these are by far the biggest muscle building misconceptions I have encountered and continue to encounter not only from newcomers but also from intermediate lifters as well. 1. Longer Workouts Produce More Results False.  And here’s why: A solid workout should last between 45 minutes and an hour.  If a normal workout for you greatly exceeds this time frame, you need to step back and take a look at how you’re spending your time...