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lauantai 9. heinäkuuta 2011

Poliquin metodit + bodaus?

..Ben Pakulski kertoo!

Ben bloggailee Flexonlinella, tässä muutaman entryn lukemisen jälkeen blogi vaikuttaa varsin, virkistävältä! =)

"...How neurotransmitters affect growth, or how your adrenals control cortisol; you all know about cortisol right? How about how the food you eat every day can instantly increase estrogen and cortisol levels and completely halt growth? How about how much training is the right amount for growth? Sets, reps, fast, slow, full, partials? There are so many factors to consider.
Learning about these little subtleties is what I love doing! How can I improve my performance, recovery and growth even 1% and sometimes 50%? As I have recently mentioned in part 1 of this blog, the approach I take is that an athlete is an athlete. We all have very similar needs and requirements for optimal performance and recovery.

...the faster I can recovery, the more time I spend being anabolic. Everyone knows someone who can train as hard or harder than most people, and doesn’t really get sore. Chances are they have a greater capacity for growth because they can train again sooner and stimulate more new growth.
The question then becomes, how do I know what factors set these people apart and where do I find how to change these variables.....

....Training at an elite level affects a lot more than just the obvious things that you can see or feel.
One factor that I find to be THE most important aspect of recovery is inflammation. It is absolutely essential to be aware of inflammation and do everything in your power to reduce it and keep it under control. It has been said that 60% of all human ailments and health conditions are a direct result of inflammation.
.....It might be from training, allergic reactions to food, sudden blunt trauma, repetitive strain on a muscle, ligament or joint, etc.

.....It makes sense then, that if I can help to speed up the healing of the inflamed tissue, I will more quickly be able to train, with less inhibition and less pain!"


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