My Exercises, Training Techniques and Programs
truly maximize every single ounce of effort you put into
your workouts every day, you must train
SMARTER not HARDER."
Anybody can go in the
gym and lift weights until they're exhausted. I'm sure you know
it doesn't take any special skills or knowledge to do that! But
to actually get MAXIMUM RESULTS out of every training session
you do, you MUST know exactly what you're doing.
That's where I come
I know EXACTLY what
I'm doing and I want to show you ALL the secrets, techniques and
shortcuts that I know that will vault your gains through the roof!
You can read more about me and what I'm all about in a short bio
by clicking here, but read
on if you want to know more about my exercises and programs that
you'll find in my Poweful Training Secrets site...
I'm going to tell you
you what makes my exercises and programs so different from just
about everything else you'll find out there.
1. CONSTANT Innovation
The first critical
step towards getting more out of your training is knowing HOW
to get more out of your training. Makes sense, right? But where
do you start? Books and magazines can be helpful but soon the
information you see is going to start repeating itself.
How many times, on
the cover of a bodybuilding magazine, have you read the words
"bigger arms now!" or "get a six-pack for summer!"?
Most of the time, you'll just get a pile of things you already
know, especially if you've been training for awhile.
resources do you know of that provide you with a
constant stream of innovative new training ideas?
Training Secrets," I'm not going to tell you how
to do a simple barbell curl and dress it up as though
it were a revelation. What I WILL do is tell you how to
get MUCH MORE out of your barbell curls by giving you
variations on form, intensity techniques, body positions,
me, my intention here is not to knock the magazines -
I read them from time to time and I get some ideas out
of them from time to time. Heck, I even write articles
But if you're
like me, you want new stuff
and new ideas for better results ALL THE TIME.
Practical, Powerful and Detailed "How-To" Knowledge
I say "how-to" knowledge, I mean I'm giving you the
"make-or-break" details that nobody else thinks to include
in their exercise instructions... like exactly how
to best get the heavy dumbells you need to fully stimulate muscle
and strength gains into the start position of a seated dumbell
shoulder press or dumbell bench press WITHOUT INJURY and WITHOUT
TIRING YOURSELF OUT for your set.
It's also stuff like:
- where to grip a dumbell when
doing dumbell rows to instantly increase how long you can
hold onto it and dramatically increase how much weight
you can use. More weight = more muscle for you! Using
this simple technique, I was able to do sets of one arm dumbell
rows with a 210 lb dumbell with no grip assistance whatsoever
(no hooks, straps or wraps)!
- why you should wear solid-soled
shoes or boots when doing squats and deadlifts to maximize
your results (and it's not for balance!). If you wear regular
running shoes, you've decreased your potential power and reduced
your results before you even touch the bar!
- how small things like which
way you tilt the dumbells when doing presses (bench presses
or shoulder presses) can mean the difference between an ordinary
"ho-hum" set or a muscle-scorching, mass-building
And these are only
a few examples...these are the details that make all the difference
in the world for the results you get for the effort you put...and
this is the stuff that you'll be getting on an almost-daily basis
with your "Powerful Training Secrets" membership.
3. A Blatant Disregard For The "Conventional
Wisdom" of Weight Training
Let me put it this
way...the moment somebody says to me "this is the way things
need to be done," THAT is the moment I start looking at the
EXACT OPPOSITE way of doing things. One of the things I've found
over many years of training and experimentation is that "conventional
wisdom" isn't always the best way to go.
- Don't train a muscle two days
in a row
- High rep training won't build
muscle mass because you can't use heavy weight
- Overtraining is a bad thing
and should be avoided
My Experience Says:
- You CAN train a muscle twice
a day, six days a week and get great results IF you know how
to do it
- High rep training CAN be done
with heavy weight and can be GREAT for building muscle mass
- Overtraining should be sought
out as a major goal of your training if you want FAST results
If you're the open-minded
type of person who is looking for alternatives to "conventional
wisdom" because you know it doesn't always get the job done,
you're going to LOVE the stuff that you're going to learn from
me because THAT is what I'm all about.
It's the kind of
information that will get you the best results for every bit of
effort you put into your training EVERY SINGLE DAY.
And just to be clear,
I'm not saying ALL "conventional wisdom" is wrong.
But I am saying that, quite often, it could be more right.
4. Laser-Targeted, Highly-Effective
Fat-Loss and Muscle-Building Information
Bottom line, when you
train, you're trying to burn fat, trying to build muscle and strength,
or all of the above!
Not many people I know
are training just to stay the same or to get fatter or weaker.
I'm going to share with you all the most powerful training, eating
and supplementation techniques I've learned in the past 17 years.
These are the same techniques that I use with great success every
And not only are you
going to get the stuff that I already know (which is a LOT), every
time I learn something new that I think is good, I'm going to
pass that on to you as well.
- if you really
NEED to eat 6 meals a day to gain muscle or lose fat.
You may be surprised at the answer. There is hope if
you have a busy schedule and can't be making meals and
- what things
will make or break your fat loss progress and what things
won't. If you're worried about
little things and you're not doing the big things right,
your progress will come to a screeching halt!
- the final word
on training first thing in the morning on an empty stomach...is
it good, is it bad, is it really that much more effective?
When it comes to
burning fat, and building muscle and strength, you deserve
to know what's going to work and what's not before you spend
your time, money and energy on something. Find out here...my
knowledge is your knowledge.
Variations and Improvements to Common Exercises
Secrets" is not just about new exercises and going against
the grain with training programs (as fun as that is!)...I'm
also a big fan of constantly trying to improve the results you
get from regular exercises. After all, the bench press
is a great exercise for building the chest and always will be.
And barbell curls will always be a powerful biceps builder. Sometimes,
you don't need to change the world, just how you look at it.
So a major goal of
my experimentation has always been improving the basic exercises,
be it through changes in body position, grip technique, how the
exercise is performed, or any other number of ways. You can't
go wrong with the basics but you CAN do the basics much better.
You're going to learn:
- learn how a slight change
in where you grip the dumbells when doing regular dumbell
curls for biceps can instantly ramp up the muscle-building
stimulus on your biceps. In fact, a change of just half
an inch on where you grip the dumbells will immediately activate
one of the other major functions of biceps (supination - rotation
of the forearm so your palm is facing up) to add resistance
where a regular grip will not.
- find out how your
foot and leg placement can make or break your bench press.
Strange as it sounds, your legs can actually contribute quite
a lot to a bigger bench! If you don't know how to properly
set your feet and legs, you could be throwing potential poundage
right out the window.
- discover why you need to
breathe backwards when doing most back exercises, like
pulldowns and rows, to really dig into those lats and make
Here's how it works: when you do a pulldown, you should arch
your back and puff up your chest as you pull down. This puts
the body in the best position to activate the lats. But if
you're exhaling as you're pulling down (as the typical form
is taught), you're caving the chest in! This throws the load
onto the biceps - if you have a hard time feeling your back
working when doing back exercises, you're probably breathing
wrong (I know it sounds funny to hear it). INHALE as you pull
down (inflating the chest and puffing it up naturally) and
you'll instantly feel the difference.
So don't think for
a second I'm going to tell you not to do squats or bench press
or deadlifts with all the new stuff I'll be sending your way.
What I WILL tell you is exactly how to get much more out of every
single rep of those exercises that you do.
Now I want to tell
you about the videos I use to teach you these great new exercises...
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