Another installment of my hormone-based training series (posts here), testing John Romaniello’s assertion that different training modalities can elicit a certain hormonal response, the results in fat loss in a certain area of the body (see here for an overview). Continue reading
As promised earlier I will now start discussing the training method that promises to elicit a specific hormonal response – and thereby reducing fat in certain problem areas – by following a specific training protocol.
As a quick reminder – the following table is really at the base of the system. Details are explained here, suffice to say that for each of the three problem areas the table identifies a problem hormone that is responsible for storing fat in those areas, a solution hormone that counters its effects, and a training protocol that brings the body to naturally produce the problem hormone Continue reading
UPDATE: OVERVIEW POST OF THIS TOPIC HERE
I did end up buying the program because I was rather intrigued by the alleged possibility to influence specific hormone levels by the training method chosen. So today I did the first “density training” workout, which supposedly jacks up my testosterone levels.