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Fitness Tips For 11/23/2011
Muscle Mass vs Muscle Strength
By Oliver Wolter, inventor of The X-Size Program
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Increase Your Size By Increasing Your Strength
Larger muscles will produce more force, since they are stronger
muscles (strength is the ability to exert force). The point of
resistance training is to exert force. Increase your muscles size,
and it will produce more force. However, that is not the only way to
increase your muscles ability to exert force. You can improve your
neuromuscular system. Which is why some people believe that strength
and size are not related. Often you'll come across someone who claims
that they train to build larger muscles, that they are not concerned
with strength because they are not interested in powerlifting.
However, they are not understanding "weight training". How can a
person who believes that there is no relationship between size and
strength, proceed with their training? How does a sprinter gauge
progress without a stopwatch? If he did clock his time, would a time
of 15 seconds be an improvement over 18 seconds? You can only compare
measurements. If last year I was deadlifting 315lbs, and presently
deadlifting 405lbs, then I consider myself to be stronger, and
therefore improving. To clarify the issue, I am not saying that a
stronger muscle is a larger muscle, because strength can be defined
as the muscles ability to exert force, which has other factors. I
am saying that to become larger, one must become stronger.
A 225lbs bodybuilder would be considerably stronger than when he
weighed 175lbs. Therefore, since muscular gains are considerably
slower than strength gains, one should always strive to increase
strength. As you start to develop your strength, you will notice
that often you will encounter times where you increase your
strength, with very little muscular gain. For some odd reason, the
body may develop in spurts. I have noticed this, as well as a few
others. This also led me to conclude that strength and size are
related, but not proportional.
One last point; do not cater to you emotions. Don't get stuck on
an exercise that does not benefit you, simply because everyone
claims it's a fundamental exercise. I use to Bench Press regularly.
I thought that a big bench would lead to a big chest. All I
developed were my triceps. Later, I discovered that Hammer
strength equipment and weighted dips developed my chest the most,
and I now cycle between these two exercises.
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