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  • gromsgym - Grom's Gym @gromsgym 12 minutes ago
  • #Repost @miha.zupan (@get_repost)
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Gains don't just appear.
•They're the result of hard work, proper nutrition, dedication and sweat.
You hit the weights hard, eat, rest, recover and grow.
•But that's all on the surface.
What happens inside the body to instigate muscle growth, and how you can maximize your own gains?
•Dig deeper and see how muscle is built on a cellular level!
•After you workout, your body repairs or replaces damaged muscle fibers through a cellular process where it fuses muscle fibers together to form new muscle protein strands or myofibrils.
•These repaired myofibrils increase in thickness and number to create muscle hypertrophy.
•Muscle growth occurs if the rate of muscle protein synthesis is greater than the rate of muscle protein breakdown.
•This adaption occurs while you rest.
•So how do you actually add muscle to your muscle cells? •This is where satellite cells come in and act like stem cells for your muscles.
•Activating satellite cells may be the difference between what allows certain genetic freaks to grow massive muscles and what makes other people hard gainers.
•When activated, they help to add more nuclei to the muscle cells and therefore contribute directly to the growth of myofibrils (muscle cells).
•The right anabolic conditions must be in place before satellite cell activation can begin.
•First, your health has to be in good standing, which includes optimal hydration, sound sleep, a diet low in simple sugars and trans fats and a good balance of quality proteins, carbs and fats.
•Needless to say, you have to hit the weights, hard.
•Lifting does more than build muscles, it induces tissue vascularity, which aids in the circulation of nutrients and oxygen as well as the removal of waste products.
•Big part of the muscle growth process are the combined effect of growth factors and anabolic hormones in the process.
•Nexts post; 
#Igf 1
#Insulin
#Testosterone 
#Growthhormone (GH)
..and how to maximise their effect!
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#yamamotonutrition #iafstore #teamyamamoto #onlinecoach #shredded #ripped #gains #muscles #gymlife #flex #abs #instafitness #inkedmuscle #veins #growthfactor #getbig #bench #bodybuildingmotivation #6pack #shreddedlife #repost @miha.zupan (@get_repost) ・・・ Gains don't just appear. •They're the result of hard work, proper nutrition, dedication and sweat. You hit the weights hard, eat, rest, recover and grow. •But that's all on the surface. What happens inside the body to instigate muscle growth, and how you can maximize your own gains? •Dig deeper and see how muscle is built on a cellular level! •After you workout, your body repairs or replaces damaged muscle fibers through a cellular process where it fuses muscle fibers together to form new muscle protein strands or myofibrils. •These repaired myofibrils increase in thickness and number to create muscle hypertrophy. •Muscle growth occurs if the rate of muscle protein synthesis is greater than the rate of muscle protein breakdown. •This adaption occurs while you rest. •So how do you actually add muscle to your muscle cells? •This is where satellite cells come in and act like stem cells for your muscles. •Activating satellite cells may be the difference between what allows certain genetic freaks to grow massive muscles and what makes other people hard gainers. •When activated, they help to add more nuclei to the muscle cells and therefore contribute directly to the growth of myofibrils (muscle cells). •The right anabolic conditions must be in place before satellite cell activation can begin. •First, your health has to be in good standing, which includes optimal hydration, sound sleep, a diet low in simple sugars and trans fats and a good balance of quality proteins, carbs and fats. •Needless to say, you have to hit the weights, hard. •Lifting does more than build muscles, it induces tissue vascularity, which aids in the circulation of nutrients and oxygen as well as the removal of waste products. •Big part of the muscle growth process are the combined effect of growth factors and anabolic hormones in the process. •Nexts post; #igf 1 #insulin #testosterone #growthhormone (GH) ..and how to maximise their effect! . #yamamotonutrition #iafstore #teamyamamoto #onlinecoach #shredded #ripped #gains #muscles #gymlife #flex #abs #instafitness #inkedmuscle #veins #growthfactor #getbig #bench #bodybuildingmotivation #6pack #shreddedlife
  • #repost @miha.zupan (@get_repost) ・・・ Gains don't just appear. •They're the result of hard work, proper nutrition, dedication and sweat. You hit the weights hard, eat, rest, recover and grow. •But that's all on the surface. What happens inside the body to instigate muscle growth, and how you can maximize your own gains? •Dig deeper and see how muscle is built on a cellular level! •After you workout, your body repairs or replaces damaged muscle fibers through a cellular process where it fuses muscle fibers together to form new muscle protein strands or myofibrils. •These repaired myofibrils increase in thickness and number to create muscle hypertrophy. •Muscle growth occurs if the rate of muscle protein synthesis is greater than the rate of muscle protein breakdown. •This adaption occurs while you rest. •So how do you actually add muscle to your muscle cells? •This is where satellite cells come in and act like stem cells for your muscles. •Activating satellite cells may be the difference between what allows certain genetic freaks to grow massive muscles and what makes other people hard gainers. •When activated, they help to add more nuclei to the muscle cells and therefore contribute directly to the growth of myofibrils (muscle cells). •The right anabolic conditions must be in place before satellite cell activation can begin. •First, your health has to be in good standing, which includes optimal hydration, sound sleep, a diet low in simple sugars and trans fats and a good balance of quality proteins, carbs and fats. •Needless to say, you have to hit the weights, hard. •Lifting does more than build muscles, it induces tissue vascularity, which aids in the circulation of nutrients and oxygen as well as the removal of waste products. •Big part of the muscle growth process are the combined effect of growth factors and anabolic hormones in the process. •Nexts post; #igf 1 #insulin #testosterone #growthhormone (GH) ..and how to maximise their effect! . #yamamotonutrition #iafstore #teamyamamoto #onlinecoach #shredded #ripped #gains #muscles #gymlife #flex #abs #instafitness #inkedmuscle #veins #growthfactor #getbig #bench #bodybuildingmotivation #6pack #shreddedlife
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  • flo.blnc - Blanc Florent @flo.blnc 18 minutes ago
  • Total d’entraînement a 642.5 kg : -Pause Squat - 2x1x220 kg @9-10
-3 count Bench - 150 kg @9
-Deadlift - 272.5 kg @10
Fin du dernier block hors saison, fatigué élevée, pas de pic et sur des variations. 
Va falloir faire mieux que ça pour concurrencer les 83 élites mais les bases sont posées pour la prepa pour les second pas. 
3 mois post reprise je suis au dessus de mon meilleur niveau en période de pic. 
Je n’étais pas sur d’arriver à me coacher comme je coach mes athlètes et être objectif avec moi même, c’était un peu le défi de cette reprise, mais finalement ça fonctionne plutôt bien. 
Bref, un bon deload et la prepa commence. #12weeksout 
#relentless #relentlessstrengthsystems Total d’entraînement a 642.5 kg : -Pause Squat - 2x1x220 kg @9-10 -3 count Bench - 150 kg @9 -Deadlift - 272.5 kg @10 Fin du dernier block hors saison, fatigué élevée, pas de pic et sur des variations. Va falloir faire mieux que ça pour concurrencer les 83 élites mais les bases sont posées pour la prepa pour les second pas. 3 mois post reprise je suis au dessus de mon meilleur niveau en période de pic. Je n’étais pas sur d’arriver à me coacher comme je coach mes athlètes et être objectif avec moi même, c’était un peu le défi de cette reprise, mais finalement ça fonctionne plutôt bien. Bref, un bon deload et la prepa commence. #12weeksout #relentless #relentlessstrengthsystems
  • Total d’entraînement a 642.5 kg : -Pause Squat - 2x1x220 kg @9-10 -3 count Bench - 150 kg @9 -Deadlift - 272.5 kg @10 Fin du dernier block hors saison, fatigué élevée, pas de pic et sur des variations. Va falloir faire mieux que ça pour concurrencer les 83 élites mais les bases sont posées pour la prepa pour les second pas. 3 mois post reprise je suis au dessus de mon meilleur niveau en période de pic. Je n’étais pas sur d’arriver à me coacher comme je coach mes athlètes et être objectif avec moi même, c’était un peu le défi de cette reprise, mais finalement ça fonctionne plutôt bien. Bref, un bon deload et la prepa commence. #12weeksout #relentless #relentlessstrengthsystems
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