Nobody wants to spend hours in the gym. Using the minimum effective dose principle you'll build the maximum amount of muscle, avoid overtraining and prevent countless hours of wasted effort.1
Numerous studies support the anabolic role of metabolic stress.2 3 4 Maximize metabolic stress with four short unique workouts designed to awaken every muscle fiber and add size quickly even to the weakest of body parts.
Different parts of your muscles work differently depending on the exercise you use. 5 M.A.R.T. (Multi Angular Rip Training) is smart, unique programming that ensures you FULLY stimulate the maximum amount of muscle fibers every workout.
Testosterone and IGF-1 provide the highest growth response to your muscles. 6 7 With these workouts you'll experience an increase in growth-producing hormones without having to take dangerous drugs or pills.
Unlock the power of these overlooked exercises that utilize the entire range of motion, which means more growth, more strength, and more sustainable fat loss and muscle gains.8
*Results are not typical. Individual results may vary
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Well, they end up pretty confused and frustrated because reaching these untapped targets requires highly specific routines that vary in volume, intensity, frequency and density over a twelve-month period. This is known as PhaseBuilding and is accepted by sports scientists as the most effective way to train, since it varies the amount of stress imposed on muscle, thereby permitting conditions that promote the maximum amount of strength and muscle mass gains.
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References to the training secrets of 28-Day Rapid Mass:
2: Rooney, KJ, Herbert, RD, and Balnave, RJF. Fatigue contributes to the strength training stimulus. Med Sci Sport Exerc 26: 1160-1164, 1994.↑
3: Schott, J, McCully, K, and Rutherford, OM. The role of metabolites in strength training. II. Short versus long isometric contractions. Eur J Appl Physiol 71: 337-341, 1995.↑
4: Smith, RC and Rutherford, OM. The role of metabolites in strength training. I. A comparison of eccentric and concentric contractions. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol 71: 332-336, 1995.↑
6: Brahm, H, Pehl-Aulin, K, Saltin, B, and Ljunghall, S. Net ?uxes over working thigh of hormones, growth factors and biomarkers of bone metabolism during short lasting dynamic exercise. Calc Tiss Int 60: 175-180, 1997.↑
7: Deschenes, MR, Kraemer, WJ, Maresh, CM, and Crivello, JF. Exercise induced hormonal changes and their effects upon skeletal muscle muscle tissue. Sport Med 12: 80-89, 1991.↑
8: Eugene McMahon G, Onambélé-Pearson G. Impact of range-of-motion during ecologically valid resistance training protocols, on muscle size, subcutaneous fat and strength. J Strength Cond Res. 2013 Apr 26.[Epub ahead of print].↑