Video for Gymchat 212 - How to Gain Muscle (with Conor Kelly)

Hypertrophy 101.


Thanks again to everyone who watched and sent in questions for the discussion Gymchat 212 - How to Gain Muscle [with Josh Hewett and Conor Kelly] - much appreciated. If you haven't seen it yet (or simply want to go over a particular point again), here's the entire video.


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It was a great discussion. Josh and Conor discussed Caloric Surplus, Tracking Your Diet, Supplements, Fats, Carbohydrates, Tension, Muscle Confusion, Pre-Exhaustion; and a whole lot more. If you're looking to pack on a bit of muscle, make sure you watch this one.


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Like this? Check out :

Gymchat 239 - How to Get HUGE! (Craig Bongelli).

Whether it's for strength, competition or aesthetics, how do you go about packing on a serious amount of muscle mass? Is it just a matter of 'eating everything in sight' and training hard?

Gymchat 242 - The Role of Genetics in Aesthetics & Performance (Bill Piche).

The role of each, and to what extent each can be changed.



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