Static Contraction Training
Today’s conventional workout routines are very inefficient at achieving maximum results. There is a huge amount of time and energy wasted performing sets and repetitions with weights or machines that are not enough to engage muscle(s) “MAXIMALLY” to achieve myofibril hypertrophy. Resulting in an inefficient workout with for little strength or muscle gain.
Following conventional workouts of today performing sets and repetitions may result in “Sarcoplasmic Hypertrophy”. Essentially, the sarcoplasmic “fluid” within the muscle cell increases with no accompanying increase in muscular strength. Where as during myofibril hypertrophy, actin and myosin contractile proteins increase in number which adds to muscular strength as well as a small increase in the size of the muscle.
To be honest, when the “conventional” workout trainee stays out of the gym for a week or so, he or she will notice in the mirror a deflated soft, or puffy physique. There is where the very “unscientific 2,3, or worse 5 times per week workouts became the norm. Big gyms needed people to keep coming in for that false “pump” making them believe they were actually benefitting from the frequent workouts. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Just myth that has been past on through the ages.
“Myofibril Hypertrophy” is the only way to stimulate the growth of new muscle fibers. This is NOT the same as the “pumped up”, fluffy, rounded look achieved through sarcoplasmic hypertrophy. Muscle fibers are forced to grow stronger and more dense resulting in amazing strength gains and new lean tissue, muscle that will last for months even without further strength training.
The FASTEST way to stimulate maximal Myofibril Hypertrophy (the kind everyone wants), is to use the purpose built PeakFitPro
Executing safely the perfect repetition where you’re placed in the precise position which is approximately 120 degrees at the joint, allows for maximal momentary muscle fiber recruitment. NEVER before has this been achieved as safely, quickly, or precisely! And because this is a very high intensity all-out effort by you, in as fast as 7 seconds you will have fully exhausted the muscle fibers achieving maximum momentary muscle fiber recruitment.