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    Is there a way to "strengthen" the CNS?

    Since the CNS seems to be the main limitation on how much, how hard, and how often a bodybuilder can train, I wondered if there is a way to get it used to strenuous lifting.

    Can I "strengthen" my CNS in order to workout harder, longer, more often, or any combination thereof?
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    Re: Is there a way to "strengthen" the CNS?

    Originally posted by P.O.S.
    Since the CNS seems to be the main limitation on how much, how hard, and how often a bodybuilder can train, I wondered if there is a way to get it used to strenuous lifting.

    Can I "strengthen" my CNS in order to workout harder, longer, more often, or any combination thereof?
    GPP will help increase work capacity. http://www.t-nation.com/readTopic.do?id=459405 The first part is the important one. It isn't limited to sled dragging.
    "When the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem begins to resemble a nail."
    -Abraham Maslow

    "Ass busting work + consistency + time = results.
    Burn that into your head and quit looking for quick fixes and secrets. Because they don't exist."
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