Has anyone seen this article?
What are your thoughts about it. Seeing as it is said to "produce radical hypertrophy", would this be worth doing over the new wannabebig lifting program for size and strength? I know the program isn't released yet, but does this look reasonable? I am currently on SS and not looking for a new program so dont say i should do SS or something like that because i am already on and happy with it
Weight: 194 (Dieting to 9-10% BF )
The only thing wrong in this world is religon.
Why doesn't God heal amputees?
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The workout protocol seems to be a re-packaging of already known techniques they have applied fancy names to. The supplement protocol is outrageously expensive ($300+) from what I've read. The routines typically recommended here have been proven in many, many trainees over a significant period of time.
This protocol is designed only 'for advanced athletes' and is not practical or necessary for a beginner/intermediate lifter. Along with the training, the supplement protocol is overpriced and impractical.
If you are making gains with SS then I would stick with it. If not then you can move onto Practical Programming, 5x5, BGB, etc.
Its complete BS! To make statements that it basically works better than AAS is ridiculous. More hype than anything.
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So the perfect rep is lifted as quickly as possible, controlled on the descent, and uses the stretch reflex? Damn, that's news to me!