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Do Isometric Exercises Build Muscle?
May 28, 2015

Do Isometric Exercises Build Muscle?


The most often asked question I've received about training isometric exercises is, do isometric exercises build muscle? I answer with a doubtless yes everytime, but there are many styles of isometric exercises.

The style of isometrics, along with the intensity you perform them with, makes an incredible difference in the kind of strength and muscle you develop from training isometrics.

Check out my latest article on the topic below if you haven't already!

And please comment, I want to know your thoughts! Do Isometric Exercises Build Muscle?


P.S. Did you know that Bruce Lee was an avid trainer of isometrics? He trained using a power rack in the style promoted by Bob Hoffman. Though that style is not the alpha and omega of isometric training, it developed the crazy tendon and ligament strength that enabled Bruce Lee to do the powerful things he performed with his small stature. If you want to learn an isometric style that goes beyond the depth of Bruce Lee's isometric exercises, check out the 7 Seconds to a Perfect Body link below.


7 Seconds to a Perfect Body


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