Daily Undulating or Traditional Periodization for Maximizing Muscle Gains?

Many people believe that daily undulating periodization (frequent variation in repetition ranges and loads) is better for muscle hypertrophy than traditional periodization, where you train with one rep and loading scheme in blocks that last for weeks.  However, there have been limitations in the research done in this area in the past.  A new study, which improves upon the limitations of previous research, sheds new light on training program design for hypertrophy.  Check out the details in this written and video research review (MEMBERS ONLY).

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