If you want to get JACKED you have to first understand the 6 forgotten factors of muscle hypertrophy for igniting colossal gains in size and strength.
If you want to get JACKED you have to first understand the 6 forgotten factors of muscle hypertrophy.
Look most of us guys want to build a WICKED body that attracts the right kind of attention and earns you the respect you desire, and you want to do it in the FASTEST way possible! Right?
Well you cannot do that unless you apply these 6 forgotten factors of Muscle Hypertrophy.
Below is just a brief overview of the 6 forgotten factors of muscle growth. You can get the full 54 page FREE report BELOW:
Growth Factor #1 MAX TENSION
First off , tension is a relative term.
The amount of tension we place on our bodies varies greatly, and this directly dictates the amount of muscle, and also the amount of bone tissue we carry.
If you want to carry more muscle tissue on your physique, you must subject your body to increased tension on a regular basis and allow it to recognize an immediate need to solicit new muscle growth.
Think of it this way (assuming you’re not emotionally attached to feeding your ego): Why lift 60 pounds when you can get the same or better results with 30 pounds?
You can do this if you apply the right amount of tension.
Growth Factor #2 MAX DENSITY
Manipulating a workout’s “density” is a very good way to immediately spark some new growth, see measurable progress, improve your work capacity, reduce stress on joints and even burn fat.
Hear me out: The term “density” has taken on many different meanings in the area of fitness and muscle building.
With regard to workouts, density refers to the AMOUNT of work done in a given time frame.
Growth Factor #3 MAX LACTIC
Lactic acid is a byproduct of cellular energy production.
When your body experiences increased demand for oxygen and energy, it gives off greater amounts of lactic acid as a result.
In a roundabout way, this is your body’s way of telling you that the activity you are partaking in is demanding and that you can’t do it forever (thanks goodness)!
Anyone looking to improve the physical appearance of their body must learn to exploit the benefits of increased lactic acid levels.
Growth Factor #4 MAX INTENSITY
The word “intensity” is easily one of the most frequently misused and abused words tossed around in the fitness world, and as a result, people have no clue what true intensity really is (hint hint: it has nothing to do with how intensity is portrayed in the magazines).
“Intensity” is defined according to how much an individual can lift in relation to how much weight they can lift for 1 repetition.
This is defined as 1-repetition maximum, or 1RM.
Growth Factor #5 MAX FREQUENCY
We train with weights to break down muscle and ask a muscle to adapt and grow.
This growth process occurs by means of protein synthesis.
Therefore, by deductive logic, we know that the goal of weight training is to stimulate protein synthesis and new muscle growth.
Makes sense right?
So, if the goal of training is protein synthesis, and training a muscle is known to stimulate protein synthesis for 48-72 hours, what happens after this 72-hour period is over?
Well, the truth of the matter is that after this 72-hour “growth period”, the body starts breaking down the protein it just synthesized in order to return to homeostasis.
The point is we need to train that muscle often using the right frequency.
Growth Factor #6 MAX VOLUME
Volume refers to the amount of work done in a given time frame.
The truth of the matter is that many people actually respond better to high volume training than they do to low volume training.
And from my experience, most people are under-trained and not even close to being over-trained.
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