Hi Coach CT!
I’ve been a huge fan of your work since discovering T-Nation last year - especially since I am a natural lifter and use many of your articles to guide me in my training.
I would highly appreciate your guidance on a thought I had while reading one of your articles:
Specifically with regards to this extract: “Natural lifters need the workout to elevate protein synthesis. And since it only stays elevated for 24-36 hours after a workout, they need to hit each muscle more often if they hope to make significant gains.”
I am basing my query on the principle that natural lifters need to acquire volume through frequency rather than volume per workout:
My question is thus:
Would it in any way be beneficial to train your whole body everyday by acquiring volume through frequency?
Instead of training back for 4 sets 3 times a week (4x3 = 12 sets) you train back for 2 sets 6 days a week (2x6 = 12 sets).
Would the above result in greater protein synthesis and greater muscle building or would the low volume per workout not trigger sufficient protein synthesis to begin with?
Thank you in advance for your time and consideration. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
*Note: The above in no way reflects the opinion of coach CT and is merely an idea I had while reading a number of his articles on which I am seeking and would appreciate guidance and insight.