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Neurotype 2A Mass Gains Diet Structure

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    Hello all!

    I just purchased the NEUROTYPING DIET TYPE 2A for Mass Gains and I am having trouble understanding some elements of the guideline.

    Basically, there are 4 kinds of diet (Nutritional perspectives) according to 4 different training days. These are: 

    1) Lactic acid workout/Pump workout

    2) Heavy day / Neuro workout

    3) Developmental workout

    4) Off days

    Could someone help me understand the general concepts of these types of workouts, so I can design them properly and apply each nutritional perspective accordingly? (Except for the Off day, which is self-explanatory). This explanation is not mentioned anywhere in the guide. If there are articles posted in Thibarmy where these concepts are better explained and explored I would also be more than happy to read them! 😀

    Thank you very much in advance and have a nice day.




    David Richtr


    when you purchase Neurotyping training program, there are training days  according to those kinds of days ( 1) pump 2)heavy 3) development).


    1)pump/lactic is “classic bodybuilding” training for small muscle groups like arms,chest,back,shoulder (lighter weight, mind-muscle connection)

    2)Development is similar to previous, but little bit heavier including legs and using exercise like Zercher squat, Bulgarian squat, bench press from pins

    3) Neuro/heavy is classic strength like 5×5,4×6,wave loading etc with basic exercise like jumps, squats,bench press, olympic pulls,.. 


    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by  David Richtr.


    Thanks a lot David!

    Much clearer now. 




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