It is widely considered that the larger the person is, the stronger the person is; this may not always be the case. A weightlifter may be smaller in size and stature than a bulky-looking bodybuilder, yet be capable of lifting heavier loads. Instead of a large body, for the majority of sports having a large, active fat-free body mass is better. The more active body mass there is, the greater the strength, because force depends on DENSITY and diameter.
Why not use bodybuilding techniques?……
If you find that you just don’t have the time or even the knowledge to get what you want to get done, ask someone for help – an expert – someone you trust, it’s what they’re there for.
Like me, if you train hard from week to week and month to month on a specific training programme you’d like and expect to see regular physiological improvements and adaptations. I can say I do, but how many people are actually treading water, or in some cases going backwards, from week to week and month to month, or even year to year?