Thursday, September 2, 2010

GET RIPPED with 3 Weird Tricks!

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First off, yesterday Vince Del Monte re-opened the doors to his
Maximize Your Muscle program (which has been closed for the
last 4 months), and until Thursday at midnight, with your permission,
he's allowing you try out Phase 1 of his system for… get ready
for this...


That's correct, you can reread that, it's no typo.  ONE silly dollar.

Okay, here's today's article:

3 Weird Ways To Ignite NEW Muscle, Skyrocket
Your Metabolism & Incinerate Fat

By Vince Del Monte - YOUR AFFILIATE ID

Weird Way #1:

Unstable Surface Training to Activate the Nervous System

The reason it works: unstable training can increase muscle activation due to increased demand on the neuromuscular system in order to stabilize the articulation of joints caused by an unstable surface used as the base of support.

How to make it work:

Unstable training (such as performing a pushup with your hands on a stability ball or 2 medicine balls) does result in a decrease in force production, which prevents maximum motor unit recruitment. However, unstable surfaces do "wake up" the nervous system and its best application is to perform these exercises prior to the real strength training exercises.

Methods you can experiment with:

You don't have to use an unstable exercise for every body part or exercise, but it can be excellent for a stubborn muscle group. A stubborn muscle group is often a result of the lack of activation of the CNS, thus using an unstable exercise could fix the problem. Let's use for example push-ups on a medicine ball or stability ball superset with a DB chest press. The superset method is best practice and should be used earlier in the workout as unstable surface exercises are fatiguing. Another example, squats on a BOSU ball followed by barbell squats.

Other details: you don't always have to be on an unstable surface to "wake up" the nervous system. You can perform exercises on 1 foot, with your eyes closed; or create a situation where your base of support is limited.

Weird Way #2:

Heavy Lifting Cycles

The reason it works: muscle damage, activation of the high threshold muscle fibers (growth fibers), potentiation of the nervous system; which means when you get back to Heavy Lifting Cycles

The reason it works: muscle damage, activation of the high threshold muscle fibers (growth fibers), potentiation of the nervous system; which means when you get back to your normal bodybuilding routine you will be able to recruit more muscle fibers for the same exercise.

How to make it work: use every means in your power to increase your maximal strength, power and explosiveness. Dedicate a period of time each year to this style of training – it’s in my experience that after a period of focused heavy lifting, your gains from the subsequent program are always far superior.

Methods you can experiment with: regular sets in the 2-4 and 4-6 rep ranges, rest-pause sets (multiple mini-sets of heavy weight using 90% of your max weight taking only 10-seconds rest between reps), wave loading (1 x 5, 1 x 4, 1 x 3, 1 x 5, 1 x 4, 1 x 3), contrast loading (1 x 1, 1 x 5, 1 x 1, 1 x 5, 1 x 1, 1 x 5).

Other details: longer rest intervals of 2-3 minutes in between sets are required during heavy lifting phases.

Untapped Target 3:

Volume Lifting

The reason it works: cumulative fatigue, hormonal production, and achieves a good pump. If you understand the importance of pre and post workout nutrition, jamming your muscles with workout drinks that include dextrose and amino acids, then guess what? Increase blood flow to a specific muscle will increase the amount of aminos being pumped into that muscle and it will significantly increase amino uptake. This means a much more anabolic (muscle building) response to your workout.

How to make it work: maximize the pump as well as muscle fatigue.

Methods you can experiment with: regular sets in the 8-10, 10-12 and 12-15 rep ranges, drop sets, pre-fatigue (super set isolation plus multi-joint), post fatigue (superset multi-joint plus isolation), giant sets (3 sets in a row for the same muscle group), slow reps ( 6 seconds up, 6 seconds down), "burns" (partial reps added at the end of a regular set).

Other details: 30-60 seconds between sets (or less). Do not chase after a pump in each set. Strategically place it at the end of each workout for your very last set and this will greatly increase the rate of muscle gain.
Thanks Vinny D!

I failed to mention yesterday that the $1.00 trial to Maximize
Your Muscle is for super-serious people who already have at
least 1-year of training and ready to go to the next level. 

If you checked out Vince's pics and the pics of his current
members then I'm sure you figured that out for yourself! 

If you don't take your muscle training and physique very seriously
and content with looking and feeling like the "norm" - please -
don't even check this website out. 

However, if you're truly committed to blowing beyond your
genetic potential, making plateaus a thing of the past and
building a body that tells the world, "I'm in control and get
whatever I want in life…" then his muscle series has your
name all over it and it's all yours for only a $1.00 trial:

Maximize Your Muscle for $1 <-------- Click here if you're ready for the next level

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