Mi40x

CEP – Cell Expansion Protocol And Training Principle – What Is It?

The idea is that muscle cells are like little balloons, so if you increase the balloon size of the cells your muscles will also grow in size and strength while also
helping burn fat, a win win situation. The problem is that anyone has a preset, certain certain amount of nuclei within his/her cells that prevents cell expansion under normal, standard stimulation, unless a particular stress is applied in order to increase this amount of nuclei.

What happens in these circumstances is that when an appropriate and specific stimulus is applied to your muscles, your body starts producing myo-satellite cells to repair muscle damage, leading to rapid and constant muscle mass gains.

Satellite cells are particular muscle helper cells that kick in only when highly stressed beyond regular failure of traditional weight training. Ben Pakulski likens the effect as your muscle being pumped and growing all the time, specifically at rest after your workouts, rather just being temporarily gorged.

This particular, welcome effect, is the result of a specific kind of hard core training designed to achieve the greatest Time Under Tension stress in the shortest possible time, allegedly leading to unprecedented and fast muscle gains.

Who Exactly is Ben Pakulski?

Ben Pakulski creator of program Mi40X

If you think this sounds a little too good to be true, then take a look to the left. That man is Ben Pakulski, the brains behind the Mi40X.

As an IFBB professional bodybuilder and winner of the 2008 Mr. Canada competition, his qualifications when it comes to bulking up are as hands-on as it gets!

In recent years he has continuously improved his standing in the Arnold Classic competition too, placing 10th in 2011, 4th in 2012, and 2nd in 2013!

Long story short, he is someone who has dedicated his life to bulking up – and with the Mi40X, Ben Pakulski has released his very own ‘trade secrets’ so others can benefit from them too!

 

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