In 2022, my team and I will publish 160 articles on the Legion blog and 161 more episodes of The Muscle for Life podcast.
Workouts and articles about training were predictably popular, though posts about so-called “natural steroids,” like trexsterone and bodybuilding peptides, were surprisingly well received, too.
We’re already striving to release all kinds of new content for the coming year, so if you like what you see on this list, you’ll love what’s coming in 2023.
Here are the top 10 articles published on Legion in 2022.
Pull-ups are a dime a dozen on the internet, but most of them miss the mark.
Either they trained some muscles “pulling” too much and others not enough Trailing sets and repsor doing ineffective exercises that will never make you strong Back and twist biceps you want.
Learn a better way to structure your pull-up exercises in this article:
However, it doesn’t have to be that way.
This method of bulking is called “minimizing,” and you can learn how to do it in this article:
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Many lifters don’t give much thought to training their posterior delts.
This is a mistake.
This article teaches you how to make your back exercises as effective as possible and the best deltoid exercises for gaining muscle and strength:
They are popular because they are simple, flexible and effective. Provided that it is well “programmed”, it also allows you to efficiently train your entire body without exhausting yourself.
Avoid these pitfalls and learn the best upper-lower split routines for gaining muscle and strength in this article:
It’s a matter of the moment because studies seem to show that taking troxtrosterone can enhance Muscle protein synthesis muscle growth, improved physical performance, improved glucose sensitivity, appetiteand lower digestion cholesterol levels and more.
However, how much of this is true, and how much internet hype and hot air marketing?
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However, if you want to get the most out of it, you have to know how to do it right and avoid some common mistakes.
This is exactly what you will learn in this article:
While the traditional deadlift is a great exercise, it’s not ideal for everyone.
Some people think it’s inconvenient. Others find it hits their knuckles. And still others do not like it because of personal preferences.
If you fall into either of these camps, here’s the good news: You can gain muscle and strength just as effectively with other forms of deadlifting.
In this article, you’ll learn 12 of the best deadlift variations, so no matter your goals or circumstances, you’ll be able to find the deadlift that works for you:
When it comes to “vertical pull” exercises, many believe that Pull And the above the chin Unmatched.
While this isn’t out of the norm, it’s not entirely accurate either.
The pull-down machine trains the same muscles to the same degree as the pull-up and chin-up. Moreover, it has some advantages over pull-ups and chin-ups that make it particularly beneficial New weightlifting.
Find out what these benefits are and how to properly perform a pull-down in this article:
The dumbbell deadlift is an exercise most people should be doing but aren’t.
It trains all the muscles of the lower body and helps to get rid of them Volume and strength imbalancesyour enhances squatting performance, which is easier on your knees and back than others Lower body exercises.
An overall winner, basically.
Learn how to do it properly in this article:
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Is this true?
Are peptides a kind of “light steroids” that offer half the gains but none of the nasty side effects and thorny legal concerns?
Find out the truth in this article: