Should You Use Double Stimulation Training to Overcome Your Plateau?

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Charles Fuller The Skeletor

I was recently asked if double stimulation training is an effective way to increase mass during a plateau and my answer is: it depends.

 

Double stimulation training is a unique way to shock your muscles for growth.Double stimulation training involves working the same muscle group two days in a row and delays protein synthesis. However, delaying protein synthesis and training a muscle two days in a row may or may not be beneficial for every athlete.  Bottom line what works for one individual may not work for another. Other methods that bodybuilders use to shock the muscle and break through plateaus include: drop sets, forced reps, pyramid sets, etc.

 

Fueling for Gains

MRI Performance Strength Stack

Whichever technique you decide to switch to nutrition will absolutely play an integral party in recovery and mass gains. Be sure to check out the MRI Strength Stack and  I highly recommend introducing N02 Black into your regimen.  Not only will No2 Black give you insane pumps in the gym, this technology also aids in nutrient absorption and will help you get the most out of all the healthy food you are consuming during your lean muscle building phase. Anabolic switch is a highly efficient creatine transport system. You’ll notice strength gains and hard/dense muscle while stacking switch! A high quality post workout shake is also necessary for muscle repair.  That’s where  Pro-NOS comes in to play.  Each serving contains 42 grams of protein along with essential carbs and healthy fats.  Switch up your routine using one or a combination of the routines I listed and try this stack along with an increase of healthy food!

Good luck and remember to train hard, eat clean, and stay consistent to get results!

-Charles “Skeletor” Fuller

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