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Did Coach Rob Regish really STOP using SYNTHAGEN?

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By Coach Rob Regish, of The Blueprint Bulletin


Over the past 6 months, I've been nursing a bum shoulder. An MRI revealed it's actually my bicep tendon, rubbing on a suspected bone spur. Consequently, I haven't been able to perform close to 100% in the gym. This caused me to put the use of all performance supplements on hold, until (I thought) I could do them justice. Needless to say, no Synthagen or any other fun stuff – just lots of glucosamine & chondroitin and my regular preventative supps. So I waited, and waited some more, until finally I thought, what am I waiting for? I've got 2 bottles of Mass Pro Synthagen in the cupboard, so I opened those doors and decided to get back on it full time. This is the story of rediscovering my own creation so-to-speak, and how it can help you too!



After analyzing everything, I formulated my plan. What follows is the 10,000 feet overview of the plan, bearing in mind I'm 54 with many decades of experience.

PHASE I  3 weeks of higher volume and frequency, with shorter rest between sets and never repeating the same rep range twice

PHASE II  3 weeks of much lower volume and frequency, with at least 3 to 5 minutes between sets (sometimes more). Much higher intensity (heavier weight, 1-3 reps) adding as much weight as possible workout to workout

SYNTHAGEN  2 bottles- 10 caps prior to training and 5 after; 9 caps/day on "off" days, split over meals.

Importantly, I did NOT make any changes to my diet. I eat more on training days (around 3,600c/day) and less on "off" days (around 2,800c/day). That additional 800 calories on training days usually comes in the form of a 400 calorie intra workout drink, plus an extra 400 calorie meal immediately post workout. Also, I did not increase or decrease my macros, as doing so itself can also have a significant impact on your progress.

Workout wise, I had previously been training twice a week (upper/lower body split) in a HIT type fashion. These workouts left me sore for almost a week BTW, something that (unfortunately) typically comes with age. Thus, I had 6 opportunities to stimulate growth every 3 weeks.

That was about to change, in a very big way.



I decided to jump my training frequency to EOD (every other day), cranking out – 11 workouts in 21 days. We're not talking about patty-cake workouts here, they were brutal. The increase in frequency alone should have buried me.

It didn't!

In fact, I chewed through these workouts and couldn't wait to tackle the next one. More than this, I had increased my volume 4 to 5-fold (depending upon the ladder). As the weeks rolled by, I also cut rest periods between sets down to just 15 seconds(!). Incredibly, I was still burning through these workouts and experiencing almost ZERO soreness.

To really push the envelope, I decided to perform all new/different movements every workout (which almost always increases DOMS). Still, nothing could touch me. I literally felt like I was wearing a suit of armor, and completed 3 weeks of this madness.

Only during my final 2 workouts did I feel like I was on the cusp of over-training (and that, after adding more work to what I had originally planned).



With my body's adaptive energies primed, I took the next 3-4 days off to allow for super-compensation to take place - and grow larger and stronger. Resuming just 2 workouts/week and training heavy, but with purpose.

Sure enough, I was within 5-10lbs of my previous PR's during week 1. By week 2, I had smashed them by a solid 5-10lbs and by week 3 I was up 10, 15... even +20lbs on my core exercises. We're talking heavy weighted dips, chins, rows of various sorts, squats and even rack pulls. What shocked me about this was..

1) I hadn't performed 1-3 rep maxes in 3 weeks

2) I hadn't performed some of these movements in 2-3 weeks and;

3) My CNS/mind-muscle connection still felt very "crisp"

Normally, this just doesn't happen. Another surprise – I was up almost 8lbs on the scale. Now yes, that very well could have been muscle memory. Since there's nothing in Mass Pro Synthagen that causes water weight gain, I credit the training/sarcoplasmic hypertrophy from Phase I as being responsible. Note however, that Phase I under normal circumstances would be impossible. No way I can hack that much training anymore without "help".

Sometimes, the "help" is nice to have.



One other thing (oddly enough) that occurred – my shoulder got better. Perhaps still not 100%, but better – noticeably so. This is consistent with the earliest feedback on Synthagen, which quite frankly was a surprise. "My injuries healed" or "my XYZ feels a lot better!" were words we heard over and over (and continue to hear). To be totally honest, that's still a mystery to me.

Today, I consider it a happy coincidence – Synthagen heals injuries too.



You can sum this up as follows..

  • 2 bottes
  • 6 weeks
  • Bigger, Stronger, Better

The results I'm describing here are NOT an outlier BTW – they're typical. I had forgotten just how good Synthagen really is, me, of all people!

It's been 12 years now and I'm proud to say it: Synthagen has stood the ultimate test – the test of time. Repeat buys by seasoned guys and gals speaks volumes, and just as I stated when we rolled it out – "10 years from now, Synthagen will still be here, largely unchanged and selling primarily via word of mouth".  

Perhaps, it's time to re-discover what Synthagen can do for YOU?

Real. Performance. Supplementation.



Ecdysterone ReviewRob Regish is an internationally recognized name in the field of health and fitness. He has been a contributor to Super Human Radio for over a decade, answering listener questions from around the world. A former competitive powerlifter, Rob has successfully coached people from ages 12 to 75. He is the author of The Blueprint Bulletin, a monthly newsletter giving no holds barred, real information on training, diet, supplements and anti-aging.



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