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Try this shocking new training system to blow up your arms, chest and back with new size! This new training program is not designed for the weak or the occasional lifter. These workouts will amplify your training intensity, take you on a sensory thrill ride and increase your musclebuilding potential to the next level. The goal of Blood Volume Training (BVT) is to flood the muscles being trained with as much blood as humanly possible. This will help increase the delivery of pump-inducing and cell-hydrating compounds into the cellular compartments of muscle fibers producing an enlarged, “hyper-hydrated” state. When you’re training, the only thing that should be going through your head is to force as much blood into the targeted area via ultra-focused muscular contractions.
Several advanced training principles of BVT will be discussed here and are featured in the provided BVT routine. All principles are designed to increase the delivery of blood to the muscle and keep it there. Techniques such as 2-4 second peak contractions, 10-second isometric static contractions, ultra-brief rest periods, antagonistic supersets and high volume and pre-workout supplementation with naNO Vapor® Hardcore Pro Series are all incorporated into the BVT program to help increase blood flow, maximize your pump and keep nutrient-rich blood in the targeted muscles. This month we’re featuring an insane arms, chest and back routine – BVT style.
- The goal of Blood Volume Training (BVT) is to flood your muscles with as much blood
as humanly possible.
- The more nutrient-packed blood you can force into your muscles while you're training, the greater the stimulus for massive growth
- Anabolic nutrients are largely dissolved in the blood plasma, which constitutes 55% of the volume of human blood.
- Multiple advanced high-intensity techniques are incorporated to help increase blood flow, maximize your pump and keep nutrient-rich blood in the targeted muscles.
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