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Du kanske gillar. Principles Ray Dalio Inbunden. Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. The guidance in this book teaches Course 1. Before anabolic steroids started to infest the body-building world, variations of Course 1 were famous, popular, and responsible for building tons of muscle. But in the s, when the use of steroids became popular among competitive body-builders, the popularity of Course 1 began to wane.
Since then, the routines most commonly promoted in the body-building world have been those used by physique stars who were genetically gifted for body-building and on steroids. But those routines do not work well, if at all, for most other body-builders. The guidance in this book is founded on the amazing progress that Peary Rader made -- around 50 pounds of natural muscle growth following 12 years of failure on other routines. Here are the three primary characteristics of Course 1: 1 It is very effective.
Its track record for producing lots of muscle growth is illustrious even for hard gainers ; 2 It is up to date. The routine that Peary used has been modernised in this book. The version you can apply is even better than the original one. There are better training tools today, and knowledge of nutrition and the other components of recuperation is much greater nowadays. You will be taught how to modify the routine so that it suits you perfectly.
When applied properly, this may be the 1 muscle-building routine for drug-free, genetically typical body-builders. And because this legendary routine does not require long or overly frequent workouts, it is suitable even for busy people. But be ready for training concepts that are radically different to what you are used to. And set aside any doubts you may have.
Simply apply Course 1 as it is explained in this book, and experience the muscle-building magic yourself. Then you will really be a believer. This book provides the most complete, up-to-date and useful guidance ever published on this fabulous body-building routine. It includes the background and history of the routine, the modernisation of it, the essential foundation phase, the special training schedules, how to train including exercise technique in great detail , the components of recuperation including nutrition , and two inspiring illustrations of how to put Course 1 into practice from Peary Rader and Stuart McRobert.
If other instruction has not produced the muscle mass you want, why stick with it? Instead, apply the routine that is explained in this book -- it is proven to build lots of muscle mass fast.
Building on the philosophy, principles and methods promoted in those two classic works, the new series presents premier body-building routines that are immaculately detailed, rich in new material, thoroughly up-to-date, and proven to be super-effective. Passar bra ihop.
Brawn - A Minimalist Training Routine
In my opinion, of all that has ever been written on the topic of weight training, the most comprehensive and most useful overall to the the vast majority of the population comes from Stuart McRobert. His two major works are "Brawn" and "Beyond Brawn", both of which are essential primers in the basics of weight training, detailing everything you need to know about gaining slabs of solid muscle with minimalist training routines. His ideas of abbreviated training using basic compound exercises using a few sets per exercise, at most, twice weekly would actually promote muscle growth! The principles found in Brawn and Beyond Brawn are not a fad, gimmick or dogma and don't pretend to be and easy quick-fix "get ripped in 6 weeks" bs.
Inside the Mind of Stuart McRobert — Training Advice You're Not Following
Stuart McRobert born in England is a writer on strength training , best known as the founder and publisher of Hardgainer magazine. McRobert lives in Nicosia, Cyprus with his wife and two daughters. McRobert started weight training at age 15, and began writing articles on weight training while attending college in Liverpool, England. His first article was published in Iron Man magazine, in July,
Brawn: Bodybuilding for the Drug-free and Genetically Typical
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