Personally, I donâ€™t like doing anything blindly. I like facts and numbers and measurement and comparisons so I can make intelligent choices about what Iâ€™m doing. So recently I asked a group of volunteer trainees to participate in an experiment to determine what variations in workouts delivered the best results.
We tested common variations in sets and reps such as one, two and three sets to failure. We tested the effects of adding more weight for each set. We tested the effects of reducing weight but adding more reps on each set. And we tested a couple of other variations too.
I’ll be honest – these findings blew me away.
What we discovered was pretty astounding. Some exercise variations never score the top position. Those are the dumb techniques. Others can work well but they take twice the effort for a tiny improvement. Those are dumb too. Other techniques are so obviously superior that there isnâ€™t a good reason to exercise any other way.
Which variation looks better to you? (duh)
We tested a couple of other things too. Such as the effects on intensity of reducing the amount of weight lifted. That was also an eye-opening experience. We analyzed all of this information and put it into a special 37-page e-book called Workout Variations Revealed – What Your Personal Trainer Doesnâ€™t Want You to Know.
Frankly, itâ€™s highly unlikely any personal trainer knows this information but if he did he certainly wouldnâ€™t want you to know that heâ€™s wasting your time and energy with those dumb workout variations he tells you to use.
This report is loaded with graphs, charts, analysis and all the great stuff that moves strength training toward science and away from gym lore and macho bromides.
Check out the Table of Contents:
I think you’ll really enjoy learning how this experiment was performed and what was learned from the data. On pages 31 to 34 we show anyone how to use these techniques immediately – in your very next workout! Whether you train in a completely conventional manner or whether you train with the Power Factor or Static Contraction workouts we break down the exact ways to immediately incorporate this new information into your workouts.
We also recently added additional information learned in our MASS GAIN Study and show you how to get the best mass gaining workout we’ve ever produced in 20+ years of inquiry and experimentation.Â
Frankly, I canâ€™t imagine anyone who is serious about strength training and serious about getting the many serious health benefits of productive muscle-building who would not want the information in this report.
This is clear, concise information any trainee at any level from absolute beginner to peak athlete can use immediately to improve his or her workouts in a measurable and sustainable manner.