What is the “minimalist mentality” in strength training? Does it work?
0 vote(s)There is a cult of underachievers in the strength training field that believes in a minimalist training philosophy. These minimum mentality advocates are constantly searching for the minimum amount of training possible. They stretch the limits of recovery to the extreme and train as little as possible. Although this training will not in any way result to overtraining, it is not effective at producing muscle and strength gains because they go far beyond into recovery and deep into atrophy.
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