“German Volume Training” (GVT) might be new to some of you but for others this style of training is something from the past! For those of you who aren’t familiar with GVT, I will start with a quick background followed by how a beginner can start using the GVT method.
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If you are looking for an insane leg routine to put some real mass on your legs… keep reading! Prepare yourself because heavy weights, heavy volume and throwing up are all part of getting FREAKY LEGS! I am going to share a workout with you that I promise will put some massive size on your legs! That is, if your legs are strong enough to handle it!
Looking for the latest VPX pre-workout muscle building supplement? If you’re craving amazing pumps during your workout, Carbonx is the product for you. This product is the thermogenic super carb matrix that may increase the thermogenic effect of a meal by over 70%. Natural Pro and previous Mr. Florida Eric Hoult, recommends taking Carbonx to achieve that extra long lasting pump during your workout. “You get a superfast pump, even when you do your first set. As soon as it hits your system, you will feel an explosive fullness within the muscle you’re training”.
Whether you’re a newbie or an experienced bodybuilder at some point you are undoubtedly going to experience DOMS, or Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. What is DOMS you ask? DOMS is the pain and discomfort often felt in the 24-72 hours post-exercise. It differs from regular muscle soreness in the duration, severity, and causal factors – where regular soreness is likely due to microtrauma to muscle fiber structure and is experienced immediately after training, tapering off in less than two days. Some trainees feel that muscle soreness is a sign that they have actually done hard work, and if they don’t feel slight discomfort than they have not trained hard enough. Regardless of how hard you train, any new/different stimuli to the muscle will likely produce the same result; pain and discomfort.
The essential amino acids are those specific amino acids that you need to consume in your diet because your body doesn’t naturally make them. If you slept through your college chemistry class, remember that amino acids are the building blocks of protein. So for any given protein that you consume, whether it’s beef, chicken, eggs or beans, the amount of each specific amino acid differs. Most plant sources of protein for example do NOT have enough of the essential amino acids (EAA’s): that’s why they are incomplete proteins, and that’s why most athletes are carnivores. We love our meat because they are full of the EAA’s. VPX’s Power Shock™ contains the entire compliment of EAA’s. In fact, you’ll learn that Power Shock™ is great for the muscles, the brain and overall health.
If you remember correctly, the purpose of consuming whey protein post-workout is because whey protein is immediately absorbed into the body as compared to egg proteins and/or caseins with which absorb at a considerably slower rate. For this reason, those proteins are termed "slow release." They do not actually release slowly, but because they all absorb at a slightly different pace, your body is absorbing proteins for a extended period of time, as opposed to if you consume whey protein and get your full shot of protein all at once. The fact that whey protein absorbs immediately is the catcher here. Remember that oh-so-important window of opportunity? Doesn't it make sense that if you have only an hour to get the nutrients your body needs, you would want to consume the fastest absorbing nutrients around? This is also why you should be taking your carbohydrates in liquid form, because they are readily available for use.
Feel like your shoulders are lacking the full, round appearance desired? Try this routine for 4-6 weeks to stimulate growth in your delts.
Want to have the physique of a bodybuilder or fitness competitor? Start eating like one and you will be on your way to the body of your dreams. Here is an insider’s look at six staple foods on a bodybuilder’s diet.
It has been three months since l began the NO-Shotgun/ Synthesize stack (NO-Shotgun pre workout, Synthesize immediately after). Wile I've been stetting PRs (personal records) continuously during this last three months, last week I set three PRs and this week l already broke one of them (it's only Tuesday). The only thing different about my diet/nutrition/supplementation during the last three months is the addition of the NO-Shotgun/Synthesize stack.
We all know that we need protein to build muscle, which is what we are all about here at VPX. The question is - how much protein is too much protein? There’s been numerous studies looking at this one particular topic, but our aim here is to be efficient at the amount that we take in and not waste those expensive protein powders/shakes if we don’t have to.
There are many types of protein, but in this write up, we’ll look at the main two so you can get a basic understanding. None of these proteins are better than the other, but they do have their benefits in their own specific way.