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When it comes to training the team have done it all. Here we discuss some of the best strategies we've found when it comes to training that will help you achieve the physique you never thought possible.

Posted 4 weeks ago

Designing your pull day

Let’s be honest: who doesn’t want to have a thick and wide back? Nobody, right? This is why old school bodybuilders – or the “bros” […]

Training

Posted 4 weeks ago

Are you training logically or emotionally?

Training is so much more than just picking a weight up and putting it dow: the movement has to be calculated and thought out. Unfortunately, […]

Mindset and Psychology, Training

Posted 1 month ago

Occlusion/BFR training

It has always been believed that the only way to elicit muscle growth is by training with high mechanical load in the gym. This involves […]

Training

Posted 2 months ago

Designing your push day

I’ll admit it: back in the day, I would train chest on a Monday, back on a Tuesday, and so on and so forth. Although […]

Training

Posted 2 months ago

Do you need to train to failure?

One thing you will see from all VW Physique coaches and athletes is the fact that we train to muscular/mechanical failure. Training to failure refers […]

Training

Posted 3 months ago

Training partners

From the very beginning of bodybuilding, training partners have been a thing – we’ve all heard of the accountability buddy, and when it comes to […]

Training

Posted 3 months ago

Bringing up weak areas to improve your physique

Let’s be honest – the chances are that most people need more muscle everywhere (is anyone ever satisfied?!). However, most of us have some stronger […]

Muscle Growth, Training

Posted 3 months ago

Designing your leg day

Program design can feel like a tricky and complicated process. Not only are there a lot of factors that need to be taken into consideration, […]

Training

Posted 3 months ago

Are you training hard enough?

Yes, I get it. Gyms aren’t open, and you might have limited kit at home, so reading an article about training hard enough might make […]

Training