When using specialization workouts, you need to use one specific training technique combined with high frequency training. For this Phase 1 Ultimate Arms specialization program, you’ll train arms 3 times weekly. This phase will use techniques which will enhance mTor activation, resulting in greater hypertrophy in a shorter time.
mTor increases intracellular muscle synthesis, giving you greater size, whether you’re new to training or an advanced gym rat!
In this phase, you’ll train 3 times weekly, focusing on Occlusion training techniques.
Occlusion training restricts blood flow into the working muscles, allowing lactate and hydrogen ions to build up in the muscles. This results in the production of IGF-1, IGF-2 and MGF (Mechanical Growth Factors) that will result in increased protein synthesis, meaning more GAINS!
For Phase 3 of Ultimate Arms, we’ll focus on shredding as many muscle fibers as possible, by using exercises that stress different parts of the range of motion.
Not only will you maximize the number of muscle fibers trained, but by stressing different points of the range of motion, you’ll reduce the risk of injury because tension is applied to the working muscles in a different manner.
If you’re looking for a program that’ll recruit and train as many muscle fibers as possible, this is the one you need!!!
New(20/12/2017). Ultimate Pecs workout
Based on the Old School “21” lifting method, this modern twist combines partial range of motion training with Inertia, forcing your nervous system into recruit and fatigue as many muscle fibers as possible. When it comes to making gains, selecting techniques which FORCE growth is vital for maximizing your time in the gym. Because if you’re not getting bigger, then what’s the point?
Elastic Energy can be your best friend when training for strength or power, but when it comes to mass, at times it can rob you of gains. By reducing Elastic Energy, you force the working muscles to recruit a greater percentage of muscle fibers. By this point, you should know that means a greater percentage of fatigued and trained muscle fibers, which means greater mass with every rep, every set and every workout.
Gains are further enhanced by selectively reducing Elastic Energy with Isometric Pauses at the trained muscle’s stretched position. If you’ve never tried this training system before, you’re missing out.
mTor: the master enzyme controlling muscle protein synthesis. If you’re serious about your gains, then you better use techniques that increase mTor activation: Enhanced Eccentric Contractions.
By utilizing 2 different Enhanced Eccentric Contractions techniques, you can rest assured you’ll be increasing muscle protein synthesis and maximizing your gains.