What You Should Know
HST, or Hypertrophy-Specific Training is a method of physical training designed to encourage whole body muscle growth quickly and effectively. HST was designed by Hypertrophy-Specific Nutrition, a company owned by Bryan Haycock. HSN sells two products on its website where it discusses the principles of HST, Anabolic Primer pre-workout supplement and Anabolic Driver post-workout supplement. At the time of writing this article, the Buy Now buttons on the official website were not working properly, and these products were not available for purchase anywhere else online. HST is not marketed as a weight loss plan.
The official website for Hypertrophy-Specific Nutrition includes a discussion forum for people to discuss the products and HST, as well as several articles about body-building and HST. There do not seem to be any refunds or satisfaction guarantees offered with HST or any HST-related products. There are no customer testimonials available on the official website or on other websites.
Hypertrophy-Specific Training as designed by Bryan Haycock includes the following principles that are discussed on the website: Mechanical Load, Acute vs. Chronic Stimuli, Progressive Load and Strategic Deconditioning. The HST methods include using lactic acid as a stimuli for tendon repair, compound exercises, progressively adjusting repetitions to accommodate progressive load and low volume per exercise. HSN products include Anabolic Primer and Anabolic Driver, both whey protein supplements. At the time of writing this article, neither of these products were available for purchase online. Anyone considering taking a new health supplement should first consult their primary doctor.
- Hypertrophy-Specific Training is a method of training that can be researched and used for free.
- The products recommended with HST are not currently available for purchase online.
- Hypertrophy-Specific Nutrition does not offer free trial samples of its products.
- Hypertrophy-Specific Nutrition does not offer customer testimonials on its website.
- Hypertrophy-Specific Training does not encourage a healthy diet to be used along with its fitness plan.
Hypertrophy-Specific Training is a weight-training method designed by Bryan Haycock to encourage whole body muscle growth. HST is not advertised as a weight loss program. The principles and methods behind HST can be found on the official website and followed without any cost to the customer. HST also suggests two products to be taken with its training methods, Anabolic Primer and Anabolic Driver. Both of these products are whey protein supplements, but at the time of writing this article, neither product was available for purchase from the official website or from other online sources. Customers considering starting a new diet or taking a new health supplement should always first consult their primary doctor.