Can Muhdo Help Me Build Muscle?
Muhdo will utilise your DNA to take out trial and error, learn what rep ranges to use, how much rest you need between sets, how many sessions to train in a week, the type of training and how best to supplement and eat for the sole goal of increasing muscle mass. Muhdo has conducted its own research in the area to show how the gene AMPD1 affects rest needed for bodybuilders – click here
How fast can I build muscle naturally?
Generally strength gains occur before muscle mass gains; this is due to neural pathways. However the same workout will not work the same for every individual, we are different and require tweaks to be made to training to gain the most benefit from exercise. It is impossible to know how quick someone will gain muscle, however we do know that genetics play a massive role in muscle size and definition.
How can epigenetics help me build muscle?
Epigenetics allows Muhdo to evaluate how the environment is affecting your genes; it will be possible to help counter over training before it occurs which is vital in building muscle. Correct rest and recuperation is a cornerstone of muscle hypertrophy and epigenetics allows you to evaluate if you are resting enough, too much or are getting it just right.
Our sophisticated machine learning algorithms allow you to change your goals whenever you want. So if you’re not sure Build Muscle is the objective for you, feel free to take a look at the other Health Goals you can achieve with Muhdo and your own genetic makeup.
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