Neural Charge Training
Super Growth and Recovery Strategy
Simply put, I build high-performance muscle mass on athletes. I don't care if you're a bodybuilder who needs to bring up his back, a hockey player wanting more power on his slap-shot, or an MMA fighter wanting to go up a weight class, the fundamental goal is always the same...
Build muscle mass and maximize explosive work capacity – as fast as humanly possible.
Sometimes I only have just a few weeks to get the job done. So, how do I compress 18 workouts, for example, in just 6 days – without killing the athlete?
What I'm about to tell you is something that has completely revolutionized the way I look at training, as well as my expectations for how fast I see athletes achieving gains.
Increased Frequency is Key
In the simplest terms, the key to maximum gains lies with increased training frequency and volume. Frequency and volume are obviously tied together, but of the two, frequency is by far the most important factor.
I can accomplish everything I need to maximize gains through increased frequency, which in effect equates to also increasing volume. It's far more effective, at the extreme level, to perform three 30-minute workouts per day than to do the same volume in one 90-minute workout.
Likewise, it's more effective to spread the amount of time per week you devote to training over more days than fewer. For example, let's say that you're currently training four days per week for an hour each workout, a total of four hours per week.
I'm telling you, from my experience, you'd make a lot better progress performing six 40-minute workouts per week. You'd make even greater progress training 35 minutes per day, seven days a week.
Face it, when we lift weights, all we're doing is asking our body to react to the stimulus and grow muscle. Which would you rather do? Ask (stimulate) your body to grow four times per week or six times per week?
"But I'll overtrain working out that often, won't I?" you might be thinking.
Well, let me kill off this misconception right here and now.
I have worked with all kinds of responders, and increasing training frequency is exactly what works best even for those who can't tolerate a lot of exercise. In fact, it's the hardgainer who has the most to gain from increased frequency.
As with all athletes, you have to know how to stimulate the maximum growth response with the minimum amount of neural fatigue. If you do that, provided you have the time, anyone can train seven days per week.
Neural Charge Training
As I've said, increased training frequency is a major component for maximizing gains. On the other hand, increasing training frequency is simply not possible without the correct strategy, and you would in fact overtrain the body – sapping the life out of your motivation, leaving you inflamed and sore, cranky, and with the energy level of a corpse.
By utilizing one of my key strategies for increasing frequency, called Neural Charge Training, you can train every day, even two or three times per day, with tons of energy to spare.
I use Neural Charge Training, along with mega doses of MAG-10 added to ANACONDA, to train advanced bodybuilders 18 times per week! And that's even while they?re on a reduced-calorie diet.
The Geeky Science
Neural Charge Training, due to its unique explosive loading methods, impacts all levels of neuromuscular function, including neurotransmitter uptake and release, excitation-contraction coupling, and motor-unit recruitment. It also stimulates the body's natural release of anabolic hormones.
The combined effects of this supra-physiologic state stimulates catecholamine release and lowers the insulin-to-glucagon ratio, along with increasing the production of cyclic?AMP, which in turn helps activate the three lipolytic (fat burning) enzymes.
Finally, Neural Charge Training increases insulin sensitivity, thereby enhancing the signaling between the fat cells, the brain, the liver, and the active muscle tissues. The end result is maximized muscle-protein anabolism, while?simultaneously promoting fat-loss.
In Summary, Neural Charge Training...
- Increases insulin sensitivity
- Stimulates the release of anabolic hormones
- Loads more nutrients into the muscle cell
- Jumpstarts recovery
- Enhances work capacity
- Stimulates further growth
- Prepares the body for the next workout
So far, I've found nothing that works better at enhancing the magnitude of growth, and the rate of gains and recovery than Neural Charge Training.
Grow more. Grow faster. Grow more often.
You want to experience that?
Neural Charge Training will deliver every time! I'll never train anyone without it.
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