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Using technology to support your training to achieve peak performance and gains

This series of articles (March – April 2015) covers the science of muscle development for physique transformation, and the coupling of technology with new training techniques for faster gains. Each article slowly builds upon the information from the previous)

The brick example and the work (or earning rate) in the last post can be related to the gym such that the more money you earn would be similar to the more muscle-growth you “earn”. As promised, we will now relate this more directly to your training in the gym. Consider – where a pro athlete might do 12 repetitions with 100kg for 4 sets – their total work is 12 x 100 x 4 = 4,800 kg-reps. If they do this in 8 minutes, their Work rate is 600 kg-reps per minute.

If, in the same 8 minutes, you lift 10 reps x 50kg for 3 sets, your Work is 10 x 50 x 3 = 1,500 kg-reps. And since it took 8 minutes, your work rate is just under 200 kg-reps pre minute (compared to their 600).

It’s not quite as straight forward as in the simple calculations above. We can clarify it here and show where technology can help you. Read more

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The Muscle System – the new focus uncovering missing links for growth

This series of articles (March – April 2015) covers the science of muscle development for physique transformation, and the coupling of technology with new training techniques for faster gains. Each article slowly builds upon the information from the previous)

Technology can be used to train according to your genetics.

The “usual” factors discussed when it comes to lifting weights are the somatotypes (ectomorph, mesomorph and endomorph) and the muscle fibre types (fast-twitch and slow twitch)

Let’s look at myths, pull them apart and refine the solutions using technology. Read more

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Technology reveals the missing pieces to our workout puzzle

This series of articles (March – April 2015) covers the science of muscle development for physique transformation, and the coupling of technology with new training techniques for faster gains. Each article slowly builds upon the information from the previous)

Have you always struggled with your workouts? Technology is now revealing issues with our training that we’ve been missing all along. We’re going to show you how to improve your results. Read more

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The future of weight training: using technology for results

This series of articles (March – April 2015) covers the science of muscle development for physique transformation, and the coupling of technology with new training techniques for faster gains. Each article slowly builds upon the information from the previous) 

Those heavily involved in the fitness industry know that technology will open new doors to the way we train.

You only have to look at how training has changed over the last 50 years to get an idea of what’s in store for us in the future. But what if you could access new training science that helps you not only reach your goals but completely knock them out of the park?

What if this kind of technology is available for you, right now – affordable and easy to use?

What if there was even more to training than we have thought to date? Read more