Even seasoned trainees who’ve been lifting heavy for many years can experience training breakthroughs.
The fact is, a healthy human body wants to adapt. It wants to get stronger when it needs to. It wants to grow new muscle so the work is easier.
The biggest obstacle to serious gains is that most people train by rote. They never get the granular, objective, and immediate feedback they need after every workout. When they get that information, decisions can be made and things change.
After many years of experimentation we have determine that six heavy, compound exercises performed for 30 seconds can deliver very substantial gains to anyone, including older, experienced lifters.
To encourage people to try this, we’ve created a program with a block of ten consecutive workouts that includes, in addition to an analysis of each workout, a before/after Summary that shows how productive the ten workouts were.
Below are three recent Summaries.
As an option, trainees can measure their weight and bodyfat percentage along the way. Surprisingly, most people don’t do this but when they do the results can be dramatic.
The Summary below belongs to Will, who is 64 years old and has been lifting weights for decades.
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