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Hellraiser Training destroys the body in every possible way. Give your body what it needs to counter punch the brutal regimen. When the training is as intense and crazy as it will be on HRT, a proper supplementation plan is crucial.
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Covering your bases is extremely important, especially in HRT. Here's the stack you'll need to get the most out of your performance and to properly recover:
SIMPLICITY: Keep it simple, follow the program, take the supplements outlined for you and you'll get some great results.
SAVE MONEY: You can buy the entire stack, or you can just select the products that you need. Buying the whole stack saves you a little bit of cash.
Vitamins and Minerals
Make sure you're getting plenty of vitamins and minerals because you'll be losing a lot of these valuable elements during training. Take a bodybuilder's one-per-day - not just one pill, but several if not more. You need a larger amount of vitamins and minerals, especially while weight training.
Joint supplement products ease the pounding on your joints. Make sure to provide some additional insurance to protect the joints throughout the training. Take a multi-vitamin and a joint supplement, like fish oil, with the first meal of the day.
Essential amino acids are all you need to properly recover from any training routine, but especially for HRT. Using six grams before and six grams after a workout is all that's needed to cover the bases.
HRT is all about the pump. Maximizing the cell volume size with creatine and having some additional nitric oxide release will provide huge pumps. Take your cell volumization supplement about 45 minutes before your workouts. On non-training days, take it between meals on an empty stomach.
Add some intensity to your workout by taking a pre-workout energy supplement that gets into your system quickly and helps with your performance, endurance and focus in the gym. Take your pre-workout supplement 15-30 minutes before your workout.
Protein Is Optional
You may have noticed that there's no protein powder or shake. It's not bad to have a shake, but I personally prefer whole foods. If you get in a pinch and need to add a protein shake, then by all means do so. The most important thing is that you hit the numbers by the end of the day.