Does muscle size actually relate to strength? Almost every bro lifter at your local LA Fitness/Gold’s/Cookie Cutter Globogym of Choice lives a lie. The mirror-obsessed biceps curlers screaming at each other for one more rep believe something that simply isn’t true: size equals strength.
The myth of “you need to go to the gym to get strong” is alive despite all the information available on the Interwebs. Well, let’s face it: training at home or with so-called “unconventional” tools is not for everybody. If it is, then you’re going to need these tools.
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