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    Space_Cowboy700 is offline Junior Member
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    Default Hypertrohy Results With Neuro-Mass Training

    Hi guys I have experimented in the past with bodyweight neuro sets and I liked a lot the feeling and pump afterwards but I wasn't eating enough at the time and because of that I wasn't seeing any gains. After hitting my caloric goals I managed to build some muscle mass and I've been thinking of going back to neuro sets but since Hypertrophy is my main goal and because it takes time for muscle to built I'm not sure if this kind of training is the best way. So are neuro sets mainly used for strength and teaching your muscles to respond more efficiently or they can also help with getting big? Thank You!

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    Jon Bruney is offline Member
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    Yes,you can induce serious hypertrophy with Neuro-Sets. Just make sure the Grind Movement is a major compound exercise. Increase repetitions and sets and you will experience growth- as long as you are getting the right amount of sleep, nutrients, and recovery. Best of luck in your training, and I look forward to hearing about your results!

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    Space_Cowboy700 is offline Junior Member
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    Jon, greetings from Greece! Thank you for confirming that neuro-sets induce hypertrophy also. I’m curious, did you get all that strength from mainly doing neuro sets and as far as neuro sets go, does the grind movement have to be major compound exercise or it can also be an isolation?

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    Jon Bruney is offline Member
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    Great to hear from you! I have always tried to incorporate Grinds, Dynamic Power Drills, Isometrics into my training. Yes, I would recommend the grind be a major compound exercise to get the best results. That being said, feel free to make the Neuro-Mass your own-experiment with different weights, exercises, ect. Keep up the good work!

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