As authors of the
premium scientific bodybuilding journal in existence, The
Journal of HYPERplasia Research (JHR), we pride ourselves in
our ardent scientific articles. We refuse to make one claim
or recommendation without backing ourselves up with numerous
scientific references. This is what makes our journal such
an incredibly valid and reliable source of information.
though the terms are explained thoroughly throughout our
articles, it can be a daunting task to consume many of our
articles which are not only massive— commonly over 10,000
words In length—but also information dense.
this knowledge, and popular demand from our fans, we are
happy to announce the release of The Layman’s Journal of
refuse to compromise our staunch scientific methods, we have
decided to add a Layman’s version to all of our articles.
articles will consist purely of practical applications, such
as how to take creatine. We will only explain concepts as
they pertain to our practical applications. For example, in
order to understand how to take creatine, it is useful to
understand what Creatine is. So we will add a few
definitions such as this so that the reader has a general
understanding of some important concepts.
the articles will be based on the data displayed in our JHR
journal articles, and therefore, contain the highest
reliability. If the reader would like to understand why we
make these recommendations, and the evidence supporting
them, they have no further to go than our JHR articles.
We will be
adding many more articles to this section periodically in