You can increase your strength to mass ratio without gaining excessive weight by focusing on strength endurance and relative strength training rather than hypertrophy style training. Transcript: "Hi Fletcher. Here's your question is it possible to increase strength to mass ratio without gaining excessive weight? Absolutely. You can definitely do that. Listen, if you're going to be training to try to gain weight and your training, more of a hypertrophy style of training program, that requires you to have an excessive amount of calories in your diet in order to make that happen. So not only do you have to train really hard, but you also have to eat quite a bit. So, Orders for me to gain excessive weight. I've got a lift lots of weights and I have to do it quite frequently with high volumes and I have to eat quite a bit of food. Here's the deal. If you keep your calories the same and you train for strength endurance and you do relative strength training and you continue with your sport, you will probably improve your strength to mass ratio without excessively gaining weight. Hope that answered your question if you have a more clarifying question. Please drop it below in the discussion."
Yes, it is possible to increase strength mass ratio without excessively gaining weight. This depends on the structure of your strength program.
You can increase your strength to mass ratio without gaining excessive weight by focusing on strength endurance and relative strength training rather than hypertrophy style training.
Yes, it is possible to increase strength to mass ratio without adding weight. To do this, one should keep the volume of reps low and the sets moderate. Additionally, time and tension should be kept around 24-26 seconds.
Yes, it is possible to get stronger without gaining mass. Strength is largely neuromuscular, so increasing your nervous system's ability to send signals and recruit motor units can help you become stronger. Mass can come from training volumes and caloric surplus, but if you manage them correctly, you can still focus on strength without gaining a lot of mass.