Diet and Nutrition

Author Archives: Daniel Roberts

Hypertrophy Cluster Training (HCT-12) – Key Principles to Growth


There’s a reason why the book Eat Less and Exercise More never made it to the top of the bestseller lists, yet “Lift Progressively Heavier Weights and Eat Consistently” is the mantra of every successful lifter. People do not like the simple reality about what it takes to improve their bodies. The depressing truth is that the majority of gym ... Read More »

Hypertrophy Cluster Training (HCT-12) – Training Program


So you’ve read the Hypertrophy Cluster Training – Key Principles to Growth and you’ve have gotten this far. You understand what makes muscle grow and what makes a program successful. Here is HCT-12 Training Program. We will start at the beginning and leave no detail unexplained. WARM-UPS They can be boring. Mobility drills, treadmill or bike — anything that prolongs ... Read More »

Hypertrophy Cluster Training (HCT-12) – Nutritional Program


You should have by now read the Hypertrophy Cluster Training – Key Principles to Growth and the full details of the HCT-12 Training Program and you’re therefore ready for the nutritional program. The aim of any diet is to provide the necessary calories and macronutrients to support your goals. Determining the amounts is the tricky bit and it is highly individualized. I ... Read More »

Hypertrophy Cluster Training (HCT-12) – FAQ


We’ve tried to make Hypertrophy Cluster Training as straight forward and as easy to understand as possible. However there are bound to be a few questions that crop up, so we have put together answers to some of the questions we anticipate will be asked. Many of these questions came from our test group who were introduced to Hypertrophy Cluster ... Read More »

To Bulk or to Cut, That is the Question – or is it?


If you spend any time on the Wannabebig Forums, you’ll run into that perennial plea for help – ‘Should I bulk or cut?’ Chances are that when someone throws himself at the mercy of other members, they do not have a frame of reference from which to make an objective call. Thus, the replies are rarely encouraging and supportive! Let’s ... Read More »