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High Intensity Powerbuilders HOW TO Strength Training Workout (Mind Becomes Mass Foundational Series) Bill Sahli

High Intensity Powerbuilders HOW TO Strength Training Workout (Mind Becomes Mass Foundational Series)

Bill Sahli

Published November 12th 2011
ISBN :
Kindle Edition
58 pages
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There are certain keys to becoming powerful and strong! There are a handful of strongmen and super successful power lifters who have done it.Most succumb to over-training and injuries while spending hours in the gym, trying to accomplish this simpleMoreThere are certain keys to becoming powerful and strong! There are a handful of strongmen and super successful power lifters who have done it.Most succumb to over-training and injuries while spending hours in the gym, trying to accomplish this simple goal.Bodybuilders can only improve their entire physique (especially the natural ones) by incorporating a proper foundation of exercises that transform their physique into one with extreme muscle density.Functional athletes know that strength and speed is the name of the game.High Intensity Powerbuilders HOW TO Strength Training Workout will make the Strong Man stronger! The Power Lifter more powerful. The Bodybuilder stronger, more powerful and denser than ever imagined.This is a true account experience of what is necessary for the Next Step!Not for the faint hearted, but certainly do-able as each workout is but 3 sets and can be performed in 30 minutes about 6 times within a month! Most of the 30 minutes will be warm-ups as you will become so strong that it will take time to reach the weight you will be using.The author at just a height of 55 reached his heaviest muscular bodyweight of 238 pounds using this workout. His arms taped 18 3/4, legs were 33 inches, chest at 54...Was able to pick up a compact car like a wheel barrow and bend rebar like a pretzel.. as a natural athlete benched over 400, squatted over 600 and deadlifted 830 unofficially.Strength and muscular size are relative.If you are ready to take a quantum leap in progress, this is the book for you!