Fortunately, we can look to longitudinal training studies that actually measure muscle hypertrophy for answers. It just so happens that my lab carried out a study that sheds light on this very topic. We recruited 17 resistance-trained men and randomized them to perform either a bodybuilding-type (3 sets of 10 reps) or powerlifting-type (7 sets of 3 reps) routine. The per-set TUT for the bodybuilding-type routine was about 30-40 seconds while that of the powerlifting routine was around 9-12 seconds. Training was carried out 3 days a week for 8 weeks.
The beneficial effects of the probiotics in Myo Inhibtor are yet not confined to their ability to boost the bioavailability of the active ingredients of the product. Within the last years, it has become increasingly clear that probiotic bacteria have distinct beneficial effects on a whole host of aspects of human health. Bacteria that belong to the lactobacillus strain, for example, will help you to maintain a healthily low pH level in the small intestine and will thus prevent its colonization with pathologic bacteria.
Moreover, probiotics produce metabolic byproducts with the unique ability to stimulate the immune system. In fact, recent scientific studies provide compelling evidence that there is a direct causal relationship between the composition of the gut microbiome and the efficacy of our immune system. If the bacterial ecosystem in your digestive tract harbors an insufficient amount of beneficial bacteria you will thus be highly susceptible to infections.
The added probiotics in Myo Inhibitor do thus serve two different purposes: They increase the absorption, bioavailability and efficacy of GN Laboratories‘ Myo Inhibitor and promote the health of your immune system.