tbh you've picked the only functional muscle that doesn't get hit by SL, you barstewardSorry, I wasn't very clear. What I meant was, does SL give good gains over all the muscle groups, or does it just focus on just the muscle groups required to lift big weights? For example, I need strong(er) calves, should I be supplementing stronglifts with the calf press machine? Are there any areas that stronglifts don't hit?
I think you just answered me though
I recall Sir Chris Hoy being able to squat over 220KG. I'm sure he can deadlift a fair weight too.
The only thing you are doing wrong is working out your armsReally silly question from a beginner, admittedly:
I often did weights and feel no pain/soreness/stifness the next day. I used to get this a lot and thought it was good because I could actually feel the workout the next day.
Now it's not the case, my arms are hurting less after a workout, even thought I've only recentely upped the weights by a kg or two.
Am I doing something wrong? Or is this to be expected as I'm getting stronger?
Silly I know, but the fact that my arms don't ache makes me feel like I'm not doing enough!
Currently looking for a website to keep track of Calories daily anyone able to point me to a good site?