The first 6-12 months of weightlifting are easy.
If you try to add weight every workout, and eat enough, you’ll build muscle and get stronger every week.
It’s hard *not* to make gains at this point. Your body isn’t used to this kind of stimulus, and you make rapid progress.
But, after that first year or so, it becomes harder and harder to gain muscle and strength.
Many people grind away at the same program they’ve done before, and they don’t get results. In this podcast, Mike Mathews of MuscleforLife.com is going to help you design a program that will allow you to force through plateaus.
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