My Review of “Optimum Anabolics”Optimum anabolics book longer being sold that I can find. As a beginning trainer, things can seem easy. You train hard and diet well and you are rewarded with muscle gains. Your body has adapted. You must make changes to your approach if you expect to start seeing progress again.
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No longer being sold that I can find. As a beginning trainer, things can seem easy. You train hard and diet well and you are rewarded with muscle gains. Your body has adapted. You must make changes to your approach if you expect to start seeing progress again. While it IS frustrating, it is also what makes bodybuilding interesting, right?
Am I alone in that thinking? Not just getting past them but avoiding them in the first place. Anderson introduces you to 8 anabolic factors that are the key to maximum muscle gain. Among those factors are things you are probably familiar with, things like tempo, training frequency and diet. One of the factors listed, however, is likely to furrow your brow…. That factor is what Anderson calls Hyper-Adaptive Cycling. Basically, it is an approach of cycling your diet primarily through your protein intake and your training intensity.
Hardcore bodybuilders have been experimenting with these methods for years. Compared to basic hardgainer strategy it is complex. I would recommend basic strategy to the beginner and this program to an intermediate or advanced trainer. Anderson teaches you all about the way the body works, how it is naturally programmed to work against you building the extra muscle mass you desire. And then he teaches you how you can actually re-program it, how you can use the same natural defense mechanisms that can prevent you from growing and, through the use of specific techniques, actually use those mechanisms to produce extraordinary gains.
The companion workout ebook pulls the entire training strategy together. It takes you day-by-day through 24 weeks of the Optimum Anabolics program. You are training 5 days a week for workouts that will last a little under an hour and there is enough variety to keep it interesting. The dieting section is detailed as well. It is an important part to the program. Anderson helps you design your diet and entire program based on the primary goals you have, whether those are to gain mass, lose fat or maintain and improve on all accounts.
He does a good job of providing tips to help ease the strain of dieting and making it doable. His supplement coverage is a little disappointing only because he is so knowledgeable on the subject, it leaves you wishing he was a little more in depth. However, it is fair and adequate. Optimum Anabolics takes you a bit beyond the traditional training philosophies that inhabit the muscle building world. It has a purpose. It is a well-presented program that is well-explained.
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