We’ve each got all these different muscle fibers … some alert, some attentive, some down-right lazy. It’s kind of like a class room full of kids. You’ve got some raring to go, front row, kids who want to learn … take notes, all that kind of stuff.
Growth hormone is a peptide hormone which promotes the build up of new muscle tissue and retards breakdown of muscle during or after exercise.
Exercise Also Increases Growth Hormone – That’s right. Exercise itself releases Growth Hormone.
What does that mean anyway? Let me use an example so you can feel what I’m trying to say.
It’s the area in each exercise where intensity screams off the scale. It’s where we need to slow … way down … so the incredible power of squared numbers can explode our progress.
That’s right. Exercise itself releases Growth Hormone. But I found, not all exercise is equal. If exercise is done in a certain manner it’s far more effective.
I’ve already mentioned this but I need to finish up with this last thought. It’s this idea that has made all the difference in my training this last 2 years. You’ve got to learn how to send signals to the very muscles you want to grow.
We’ll be talking about Lower Biceps, Long head of Tricep, Forearms, Vastus Internus, Thigh Biceps and Calves. By the way … we’re not just talking about making these muscles larger but unique ways to make them more beautiful.
Lean closer and you’ll learn how to build triceps that will turn your buddies green with envy.
Listen to this conversation I had recently with one of our clients Emil Giordano. It’s a perfect explanation of how to build some incredible Forearms.