6 Workout Myths That You Need to Stop Believing

Optimal muscle stimulation occurs with twice-weekly training per muscle group.

Training Frequency:

Training every day hampers muscle recovery and growth; a minimum of three times per week is recommended.

Daily Training:

Consistently changing workouts hinders progress; stick to a routine for at least three weeks before altering it.

Weekly Workout Changes:

Incorporating isolation exercises alongside compound lifts enhances muscle development and longevity.

Isolation Exercises: 

While pushing to failure can stimulate growth, it's not necessary on every set to avoid fatigue-related injuries.

Training to Failure: 

Increasing strength in the moderate rep range (6-12 reps) is crucial for muscle growth through progressive overload.

Strength Importance: