2 Uncommon Muscle-Growth Techniques You Don’t Know

By

Vince Del Monte, WBFF Pro Fitness Model, Certified Fitness Trainer
and Nutritionist and author of No Nonsense Muscle
Building.

#1 Technique: BEN PAKULSKI EXPLAINS INTENTIONS

#2 Technique: BEN PAKULSKI DEMONSTRATES NOS WITH 200 LBS

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18 thoughts on “2 Uncommon Muscle-Growth Techniques You Don’t Know

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  2. LOL? lol? What doeas it mean?

    You are using it, but do you really understand, what it means?

    I am asking: “WHAT DOES L-O-L (lol) mean in english or in any other language?”

    Aimo, your Finnish friend.

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  3. I did one of the workouts last week for back and had to drop the weights considerably, but let me tell you my back was wicked sore for the following couple of days and I felt soreness throughout my entire back and it amazed me how well I was able to attack the muscles without using heavy weight. The intentions and nos sets work really well and I am officially going to begin my 40 day program on monday so I’m excited to get to work with this great program. Good stuff guys!

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  4. Have you been using “drop sets”?
    If you have, did they help you?
    If not, try NOS. And try INTENSION!
    I finally felt my pecs the next day after using NOS and INTENSION!
    There was a nice little ache there for the first time ever in my life.
    I now can control my pecs whenever I try to do it. Quite a difference after over 50 years of asking and searching for the answer, “How to train my pecs”, to even see them, when flexing this area of my body. I only developed my delts and triceps doing what people told me. Nobody, just nobody ever before Ben, gave me the perfect advice!
    AMI, 74

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  5. Thanks for info! I see very often these 3 letterst:LOL and lol. What do tey mean? I once saw a list of this kind of codes, but lost it.
    No use of my dictionaries…

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  6. I’m using those tips…And they really works..how is that possible? i got results in one month with those 3 techniques instead of 4 months like before…best tips ever!

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  7. vince this dont concern this but i got a question y do some body parts recover faster then others like for me chest nd tris stay sore for a couple days but back nd upper back nd bi’s recover far much quicker it takes a day more for my chest nd tri’s to recover then back nd bi’s is it just how ur body is made or could it be that ur laggin parts need more work do u get wat i mean

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    • Nelson, I suspect you’re biomechanically able to take your chest and tris through a greater range of motion, which might be one reason they are more sore.

      Try doing a set of 50 chin ups (in mini sets) and squeeze your back and bis the entire time – also go through a FULL range of motion on each rep. Lmk how your back and bi’s feel.

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  8. Hey Vince, I get the idea of tension in the legs, arms, chest and back, but how do you incorporate that technique for shoulders?

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  9. Nice tips and instructions! I actually do a similar style of muscle building to this program.
    I use Matt Mentzer’s HIT style, that utilizes time under tension and to really make the growth pop, I ad 2 drop sets, per exercise. Very intense but it works. Only big difference with this and HIT is Hit requires a lot of recovery for each body part.

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    • sorry and it all doesn’t have the inner out training principle like Ben includes to hit different sections of each muscle.

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  10. Let’s do this thing already! I’m ready for the info… With just playing around with all the info I’ve learned so far from the posts over the last two weeks, I’ve noticed some extra stimulation to my chest, triceps and hamstrings. My interest and curiosity is piqued. Hate wasting my time in the gym and love the knowledge you guys are dropping.

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  11. Sounds like a nice way to call drop sets lol

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    • Hey Ezra,
      That’s a common assumption we’ve been receiving about NOS.

      Let me ask you a few questions to see if you understand how to use drop sets:

      1. Do you use drop sets on every exercise?
      2. Do you use drop sets every workout?
      3. How many drops do you do within a drop set?
      4. What kind of technique do you do with drop sets?
      5. What % do you drop the weight within a drop set?
      6. Are drop sets smart to use all year round?

      NOS takes a simple concept like dropsets and attaches science-based principles to it so that it can be an effective tool that optimizes your hormones and nervous system in your favor as OPPOSED to overusing the technique inappropriately and having it result in overreaching/overtraining.

      I trust that makes sense.

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  12. How is this any different from doing drop sets?

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