Every industry across the world has trends which come and go, in this day and age, the speed at which change occurs is faster than ever. However, for all the fads and new things which the fitness industry witnesses there are fundamentals which will always stand the test of time.
If there's one thing I'd really like to do more of in 2020 it is helping you improve your form and technique on various lifts, not only for safety but to maximise their impact on stimulating hypertrophy.
Very rarely do I come across an athlete with outstanding calves, usually they are a lagging muscle group for most people and it is definitely a source of deep frustration. However, I do feel that whilst genetics will play a big part in this there are many things EVERYBODY can do in order to address this issue.
Some injuries need to be addressed by a specialist who might tell you to stop training initially. In these cases, you must listen because antagonising injuries only creates worse problems down the line! However, for those niggles which aren't completely prohibitive, there are ways to target muscles