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    Default Herculean Hypertrophy and Milo’s Mass | Max Blochowiak

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    by Max Blochowiak

    "This will be a Deep Dive into the hypertrophy literature and how we should go about accumulating hypertrophy. I say accumulate because hypertrophy is an anabolic process, not a fixed goal one can achieve. Resistance training is our best tool for inducing hypertrophy along with routine consumption of a caloric surplus, and this post will be concerned specifically with the training prescription necessary to maximize gains."

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    Read part two

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    I’m currently reading Arthur Shopenhauer “The World as Will and Representation”, and this article reminded me a lot of that, both in style and approach.

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    Yes, yes. I suspect the only difference between Arthur Schopenhauer and me, Max Blochowiak, is height.

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    As I edited Max's piece, I was struck dumb by the resemblance. The only discernible difference between this piece and Schopenhauer's On The Basis Of Morality is that Max's piece is not gibberish.

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    I am looking forward to reading the second part, the first one was excellent. Well done, Mr. Blochowiak.

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    Enjoyed part two as well. Does its best to try to get to the bottom of what everyone who trains somewhat seriously wants to know. Despite being a technical article it was enjoyable to read. Keep up the good work!

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