Ultimate Shoulders Vol 3
Shoulders are one of the most challenging muscle groups for adding size, due to the unique structure of the shoulder joint. Being the most mobile joint in the body, the shoulder relies on numerous muscles to provide stability. This means that you need to use a great number of exercises in order to train numerous angles, then you would for any other body part.
And to make it even more challenging, the shoulders contain a wide variety of muscle fiber types, with each favoring different reps and types of tension.
Get your copy of Ultimate Shoulders and save yourself all the confusion and ensure you’re getting the best program possible for growing your shoulders!
Includes everything you need to get growing, from reps to sets and supplement list.
Ultimate Wheels phase 3
Life’s too short to go around with chicken legs J
For the first time, I’m sharing some of my favorite techniques for developing your quadriceps and hamstrings.
This lower body specialization program will have you training 2-3 times weekly, with the sole focus of adding mass to your legs as fast as possible.
The workouts in this two phase specialization program (8weeks long) are not easy, but if you want the legs you’ve always wanted, you have to do things you haven’t done before.
By combining isometric holds, slow eccentric contractions, supersets and other advanced training methods, you can be assured you’re getting advanced training techniques designed to give you results.
Supplements and links included
Wheels for Competitors Volume 1
You asked for it, you got it! As a competitor, your training needs differ from the average gym trainee:
1. You need a more detailed training split, in order to provide sufficient training volume to the trained muscles, in order to maximize the hypertrophic response.
2. You’ve been training consistently and with a high degree of dedication, requiring you to use more advanced training techniques than the average person in the gym.
3. As an advanced lifter, you can tolerate producing high volumes of work with minimal rest periods. In other words, you LOVE the burn and don’t stop performing reps when you feel the fire in your working muscles.
4. Competitors eat, supplement and maximize their recovery, meaning they can tolerate a higher frequency of training than the average person.
The Competitor series provides the stimulus required for maximum muscle growth:
1. Muscle fiber recruitment and fatigue: muscle fibers can only grow if they are fatigued. Greater fatigue means more muscles. Less fatigue means less muscles.
2. High Frequency: greater and more frequent protein synthesis.
3. Growth Factor Accumulation: increase lactic acid in a muscle while depriving it of oxygen and your body release a great volume of hormones required for maximal hypertrophy.
Optimal lower body development requires a balance between the quadriceps and posterior chain muscles, as well as between bilateral and unilateral exercises.
And due to their relatively large size and fascia thickness, the lower body muscles require advanced fatigue inducing techniques, such as Drop Sets and Rest-Pause Sets, in order to maximize both fatigue and lactic acid. You can rest assured, all these factors have been considered when designing Wheels for Competitors.