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The Effect of Neurotransmitters on Training

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Covered in this article series What neurotransmitters are The different types of neurotransmitters How they affect training How to determine your How to supplement your neurotransmitter   Part 1 – Introduction Neurotransmitters are tiny chemicals which run along your nerves. These chemicals are essential for literally every process we involve ourselves in – from thinking to walking to lifting weights to sleeping. Furthermore, different neurotransmitters are used for different tasks; GABA is used to relax us or to release insulin, dopamine is used to excite and motivate us, serotonin is used to stimulate fight or flight responses and regulate digestion…

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How To Train

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Training to optimize your progress Covered in this article: Everyone will benefit from different training. Work with your genetics Listen to how your body responds to training. Intuition is actually a really good way of picking what will work best for you Perform all movements through a full range of motion Train your muscles through various angles. We all know that in order to get the most gains from your training, you need to find what works for you. But the big question that many people need answered is ‘how do you find what will work for you?’ In this…

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How to Make Your Back Wider

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Making your back wider and thicker is all about adding as much muscle mass as possible to the area. Over my years of training, I’ve found several methods which drastically improve the rate at which you can grow you back. This article is going to list those methods and state why they work.   1. Flex and imagine flexing When you think about flexing a muscle you activate an area in your brain called the pre-motor cortex. A function of this area is to plan movement before the primary motor cortex executes that movement. By utilising your pre-motor cortex you…

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