If you could add 1/2” to your biceps with amino loading while doing nothing but posing, would you? Can one really burn fat and gain muscle simultaneously? In fact, you can do both with a revolutionary amino load technique that hardens and increases muscle size to levels never thought possible.
As many have suggested, one cannot “diet” successfully for more than 12-16 weeks in a row without stalling the fat burning furnace. Every pound of muscle gained can burn enough calories to rid you of a pound of fat on a monthly basis.
A high metabolic drive nutritional system enables you to over feed your muscles with quality food while forcing your fat burning mechanisms into high gear. There is more to fat loss than just calories, the body will make a fat loss decision based on food combinations, timing and of course food choices.
AMINO LOADING MUSCLE RECOVERY & MUSCLE SYNTHESIS
Amino Loading will again put Planet Muscle readers on the cutting edge of supplementation success. Dr. Eric Serrano notes, “Amino loading is the most successful supplementation technique discovered in years.”
Trainees constantly overlook the value of rapid recovery from training because few realize that growth, fat loss, and gains in strength all occur during the periods of recovery and NOT during training.
Amino loading accelerates recovery. Take a look at the research on BCAA and related amino acids and you will see the proven results. Dr. Serrano adds, “After months of testing for Superior Supplements Training (SST), I discovered a correct dosage protocol. Despite popular belief, an important energy source during weight training (anaerobic) exercise is amino acids stored within the muscles and not exclusively glycogen. Glycogen is essentially stored fuel derived from carbohydrate and comes in handy for endurance exercise or bouts lasting 30 seconds or more. During a low carbohydrate diet (under 2g of carbs per pound daily) amino acid supplementation becomes even more important, as aminos account for over 50% of the energy to fuel training.”
I have emphasized the use of amino acid loading to promote improved performance and accelerated rates of recovery in over 300 clients already. Increased availability of amino acids acts as a super training fuel. The muscular system will normally break down muscle to provide fuel for training. Aminos, when abundant in blood, supports hard training. I have observed massive strength and size gains with amino loading.
PRE-POST WORKOUT NUTRITION
The importance of pre and post workout nutrition is critical and our newest medical science system for rapid body composition improvement saturates muscle with aminos throughout the day.
Amino Acid supplementation before workouts is proven to result in higher levels of fat loss stemming from training (1). Consuming 100% Muscle recovery (MR) and Muscle Synthesis (MS) between meals and before bed provides muscles with a constant source of the CORRECT amino fuel needed for accelerated growth and repair.
Research has repeatedly proven that this consistent flow of amino acids, specifically the combination of MR and MS increases protein synthesis around the clock by 100% (2). This amazing increase in protein synthesis is truly a significant new maker of muscle growth. 100% MR and MS crush cravings before they start and send positive messages to the brain to promote optimal function.
To maximize lean body mass, higher levels of carbs fill glycogen tanks for sets of long duration. However, for body fat losses, minimize carbohydrate intake and glycogen levels so you use more stored fat as fuel. Eat 50% of your carbs during a real food meal 60 minutes following training (fruits, sweet potatoes, rice and oatmeal). Fats are vital for proper hormonal production, growth, joint health, skin tone and muscle. (The best sources are extra virgin olive oil, avocado, egg yolks, fish oils, Serrano Alpha Omega M3 and fats found within lean meats.)
Protein is the raw material vital for size and repair. Try to get 60-75% of your protein from real food sources that are varied. Repeated consumption of the same protein items, such as chicken, will result in undesirable food allergies. Rotate your protein foods and supplements over multiple (4-7 meals).
MAXIMUM PROGRESSION TRAINING
One key to increase muscle size and strength is to continuously challenge your body by making your workout more difficult each week.
Consider the speed of each repetition! Depending upon the number of reps, say 3, if a set lasts less than 6-10 seconds, it implies more speed so it is better for power. If a set of more reps which may last over 40 seconds say to 70 seconds, that may be best for increasing muscular size, all things being equal.
Consider loading (amount of weight)!
This should come as no surprise, but many bodybuilders seeking to increase size forget that they generally must get progressively stronger to get more muscle. With loads try to break any previous best in week 1-2 during weeks 3 and 4!
Consider between-set rest!
For maximum size, you MUST rest between 90 and 120 seconds between sets. Those wanting to lose fat should gradually decrease the rest between sets to 30 -60 seconds. For awesome fat loss results reduce your rest periods while maintaining the same workload per workout.
In my opinion, guys who have been training for awhile and want the best combo of mass and strength should aim for 5-6 reps. With rep speed, lower the weight on a two second count, pause at the bottom of each movement to eliminate rebound and try to accelerate the weight up but with proper control.
With your purchase of a SST MS or 100% MR get all of the tools you need to achieve great success before the release of the Rapid Fat Loss System featured in the next Planet Muscle issue.
AMINO LOADING PLAN
Men (3 scoops 100% MR and 20 Muscle Synthesis caps)
Women (1 scoop 100% MR and 10 Muscle Synthesis caps)
(Same ratio, men 10 MS caps,
women 5 MS caps, 1 scoop MR)