If you have an equal love for bodybuilding and powerlifting with a goal to become bigger and stronger, this program is for YOU.
Here’s the blueprint that’s simple, yet most don’t follow. It’s hard but it’ll yield great results for performance, strength, and size.
You’re not a competitive powerlifter or bodybuilder. You want to move big weights in the gym, look good naked, and still have fun training and eating. You need the maximal effort method.
Of all of the things I wish I could go back and redo, these five things stand out as the most important or all-encompassing.
Small jumps each week alter the focus of this progression from hypertrophy to strength, first building the muscle, tendon, and ligament strength needed to handle heavier weights, and then hitting PRs.
I want to introduce some new training ideas to accelerate you from good to great by revisiting the past and adding a twist to several favorites.
I have collated a few of my most result-producing programs for you to try, from both a sports performance perspective and also general training for size and strength for the non-sports person.
We can argue which factors are to blame until we are blue in the face but these are the main issues.
In the first part of his presentation, “Sports Nutrition for Peak Athletic Performance”, Dr. Serrano discusses nutrition for muscle gain, and shares several health concerns and issues with protein supplementation.
Most people who step under the bar want to get big and strong, period. Muscle failure is paramount in this regard. Here’s how to use it properly to build muscle without overloading your central nervous system or risking injury.
By gaining muscle, you increase your ceiling for strength. By getting stronger, you increase your ceiling for power.