It’s been known for years that lifting heavy is the best way to build big, strong muscles that make you look great with clothes on and even better with them off. Research consistently shows that lifting heavy can help you drop fat by burning a ton of calories.
To get bloody huge, you know you need to respect the trifecta: eat, rest and train. But with so much available information and so many conflicting opinions, it can be confusing. And it’s no different at the gym. You hear that you need to do the big lifts first. So you plan to do squats, deads and the bench press at the start of your session. Then you also hear that if you want to grow, you need to pre-exhaust your muscles before hitting them with the big compounds. So what’s the correct way to do it?