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2014/12/22 17:04:11 (permalink)
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Priming any of you guys do it

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I came acros this and wondered if anyone else does this or tried it 
The prime is a very valuable tool to have for any cycle- This process creates a very anabolic environment so muscle tissue can grow at a fast rate when you start a cycle, there are plenty of ways this process can be done, When the prime is done correctly you will not believe how quickly the muscle gains come on straight from the start of any cycle,

In simple terms you simply diet down slowly, just like you do before a comp but a lot more slowly, the main objective isn't to lose bf but to create this special environment a lot of BB's who have done comps will understand this process and how much can be obtained at this special stage, Dorian was a big believer in this process and would be straight back into the gym after big shows taking advantage of this valuable stage.

I have tried many different ways with my own body to find out which one suits me better and i prefer to cycle my carbs 3 low 1 high, this will create a very anabolic environment for muscle tissue to grow, the muscle receptors get highly excitable and upgrade and able to accept more glucose and because glucose levels are not full in the muscle the result is more deposited into the muscle when you start the cycle and increase the food, this environment builds muscle tissue very quickly, if this is done correctly and timed right when you start the cycle, growth is amazing, i feel priming is a must when considering any cycle but it does work and is ideal towards short cycling.

With the carb prime rotation process i follow 3 days low carbs(40% less than normal) 1 day high (15% higher than normal) You must have a basic stable diet which you have ran for a few weeks before doing such a process, i feel this isn't to harsh on your muscle tissue and the 1 high carb day offsets any potential metabolic slowdown, which is extremely useful in laying down metabolic boosting muscle or at least saving it. if this process is not done right you will lose muscle tissue so careful planning is needed to hold on to all the muscle gains and only fat loss and putting your body into the correct environment is achieved, when any kind of priming is done an increase in protein/aminos acids will help to maintain the current muscle tissue, also GH would benefit in helping this process, the high carb/low carb rotational prime diet also upgrades the receptors cites on muscle tissue for insulin  , this changes the body's ability to store carbs as glycogen in muscle tissue rather than fat. The priming works far better if its done over a longer period of time, your after burning unwanted body fat and maintaining muscle tissue and a slow reduction in carbs towards the cycle start, will create an ideal environment for huge muscle gains. Also the last 5 days to the run up to the start of the cycle should be low carbs (40%).

Another way of priming is the slow reduction of carbs within your diet over 6-8 weeks or longer, make sure protein is increased in any of the priming methods so muscle loss is stopped or at least kept to a minimum, when ever the prime is done it creates an environment for muscle tissue to grow very quickly so when you do start your cycle all this coupled with a AAS and all the other compounds you use and the increase in food intake makes this an ideal environment for muscle tissue to grow and huge tissue gains are experienced.

The idea is to create an environment, and you simple take advantage of the condition and use it to spring board into a cycle, there are certain things what must be in place so you don't receive muscle tissue loss before the cycle but when its done correctly the gains are amazing, its a excellent tool to have on any cycle. I feel a lot of newbies think that AAS is the whole key to building the perfect body but its not, its just one tool for the job there are many other things what come into play to help the process of building muscle and priming is one of them.

 
post edited by gym3timesaweek - 2014/12/23 14:03:27
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    Re: Priming any of you guys do it 2014/12/23 08:43:32 (permalink)
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    Don't know about creating an 'anabolic environment', but he's essentially describing carb loading.
     
    Carb loading doesn't just involve eating lots of carbs.  You go low carb for about 2 to 3 days, including a low intensity endurance session to deplete further, then you go high carb (I usually just do one day prior to an event, but some ramp up depending on the duration).
     
    Yes, you feel amazing during and after the load, and you also perform great and lift great and look more defined as your muscle fill up on glycogen and water, but does it improve muscle gain?

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    Re: Priming any of you guys do it 2014/12/23 10:20:26 (permalink)
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    that was my thinking it may make you look good for the show etc but overall muscle gain surely not
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