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The Science Behind VPX NO-SHOTGUN MHF 1

Posted by VPX Sports on Jan 8, 2010 5:14:00 PM

VPX NO-SHOTGUN Pre-Workout Supplement It's a Baylor University Proven Uncontestable Scientific Fact that NO-Shotgun by VPX is the Most Significant Muscle Building Innovation in the History of Sports Nutrition. NO-Shotgun is University proven to Increase Total Muscle DNA by 148.65% and Increase Five Muscle Gene Proteins up to 515%!

Muscle DNA is important because DNA carries the genetic information of a cell. DNA encodes the information for muscle proteins and is able self-replicate. Because NO-Shotgun increases muscle DNA by 148.65%, there's some crazy off-the-chain activity going on inside the muscle cell. Imagine, you can have a limited amount of naturally occurring muscle DNA replication going on with resistance training and get your usual lackluster results in muscle growth. Or, you can consume NO-Shotgun and experience muscle the enormous amount of muscle generated by the self replicating of a mind-blowing 148.65% increase in muscle DNA. Consequently, if weight training produced a 40% increase in DNA (see chart above) and this muscle DNA self-replicated at a rate of 10 fold, you would get a 400% increase in Muscle DNA and over the period of a year might be lucky to gain 7 pounds of lean muscle-hypothetically speaking. However, if the same DNA self-replication rate held true at 10 fold drinking NO-Shotgun, a 1,486.50% increase in muscle gene proteins would occur. One can only guess how much growth is possible at this rate in a year's time? While some of this is theoretical science, the fact holds true that muscle gene proteins do increase at a rate of 148.65% with use of one container of NO-Shotgun over a four week period. Therefore, drinking NO-Shotgun prior to training is undoubtedly the most important research proven tactic you can use to build muscle. And, this is my theory as to why NO-Shotgun has such a dramatic effect on increasing muscle gene proteins which you'll read about later in this article. And, further how and why satellite cells are formed resulting in hyperplasia - new muscle growth! Hyperplasia is exciting because it allows you to grow new muscle beyond what your current genetic limitation. Instead of just making existing muscle fibers larger, NO-Shotgun allows you to tap into your muscle DNA and alter muscle genes to form and build new muscle! And, that's super exciting bodybuilding news.

DNA is your cell's ‘blueprint' for everything that goes on in your body. Your DNA is housed in the nucleus of each of your cells, and muscle cells have more than one nucleus. Think of the nucleus of your cell as the ‘brains' behind the cell. It ultimately determines what your cell makes (i.e. proteins). So an increase in your muscle's DNA is an indication that the nuclei have a greater capacity for increasing muscle protein. Also, with more nuclei (and DNA), your muscle cells have greater control over what goes on in muscle. For bodybuilders, that means you become better at attaining bigger and greater numbers of muscle fibers. And the proof is in the University Research. Consequently, this is why NO-Shotgun produces massive gains in strength, size, and muscle proteins.

  • Lean Mass - 181.1% greater gains
  • Bench Press Strength - 1108.2% greater gains
  • Leg Press Strength - 53.5% greater gains
  • Myofibrillar Protein - 107.2% greater gains
  • Total Muscle DNA - 148.65% greater gains
  • Myogenic Regulatory Factors - 515.0% greater increase (Myo-D)

The chart above shows that drinking a serving of NO-Shotgun MHF-1 (Myogenic Hyperplasic Factor-1) pre-workout for one month increases Muscle DNA over three times more than training alone (with a placebo). That's huge! And, that translates in to huge increases in lean muscle mass. In fact, as you read the charts throughout this article you will see that this increase in new muscle is crisp, sharp water-free lean muscle mass gains. This is important because other companies are claiming "water retention" as part of the gains in lean mass form their product. While it is true that these are not fat gains, it is highly untrue and unethical to count a water-retaining-bloat as muscle. This is why other companies include a significant amount of carbohydrates in their formulae - A) its cheap and, B) they deceptively claim that the water-weight gain from the carbohydrates is lean muscle. Each gram of carbohydrate makes you hold three grams of water. Drink their carb-laden product for a month and you'll be holding more water than a Sperm Whale and, these unscrupulous companies will tell you that your bloat is research-proven gains in lean muscle!

What if we told you that taking 21 grams per day of a pre-workout supplement would not only put on muscle mass, but do it by elevating the Myogenic Regulatory Factors or MRFs? What are the MRFs you ask? In the broadest sense, MRFs are proteins that bind to DNA thus controlling how genetic information is passed from DNA to RNA. These MRFs thus control the creation of new muscle tissue. Now unless you decide to take a molecular biology class, take our word for it that these MRFs are highly important for regulating muscle mass. So, let's get to the meat of the matter. Where's the scientific university research proof? And, what does this mean to you as far as gaining more lean mass faster and more efficiently?


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