DTS Basic Principle 2

The Dynamorphic Training System (DTS):  A return to first principles Basic Principle Two: Progressive Resistance and Protein Requirements The second principle in training for muscle growth is progressive resistance.  You should attempt to slowly increase the amount of work you do on each set every time you perform an exercise.  That’s why I always keep …

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DTS Basic Principle 3

The Dynamorphic Training System (DTS):  A return for first principles Basic Principle 3: Intensity and Meal Frequency      The 3rd training principle is exercise intensity.  In classic strength and conditioning training, the intensity of a resistance training exercise set is described as the % of a 1 rep max.  Thus, if I Bench Press …

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DTS Basic Principle 4

The Dynamorphic Training System (DTS): A return to first principles        Basic Principle 4: Training Frequency and Macronutrient Ratio The next principle in training after the first three have been met is: workout frequency.  Muscle growth only occurs while we rest.  If we train intensely every day we will soon stop making progress.  …

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Anabolic vs anticatabolic: the role of HMB

Bigger, Faster, Stronger- HMB Mechanisms of Muscle Growth:  HMB supplementation and how you can use it. BLUF (Bottom Line Up Front) HMB has Class A evidence supporting it’s use for gaining size and strength whereas the vast majority of sports supplements do not.   It has been twenty years since Nissen, et al first demonstrated …

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