Men's Fitness South Africa

Lighten up to bulk up

It’s one of the most popular assumptions in all of gymdom: To get big muscles, you need to lift big weights. Fitness culture is rife with terms like “Max out” and “Go hard or go home” (although, thankfully, “No pain, no gain” seems to have been retired). But despite the conventional wisdom in strength and conditioning circles, heaving massive loads isn’t the only way to build muscle. In

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