Increase Your Bench Press By 25 Pounds And Your Squat By 50 Pounds, In One Month!
The past 50 years or so of research has revealed some pretty cool data about training for strength and power. Literally hundreds of training studies have been completed, with a ton of interesting, relevant information. We went ahead and did the research, testing, and practice to find the best methods for training in the strength and power world. Even if you classify yourself as a “hardgainer” (like so many of us), you're a beginner to the gym, or you've been weight training for quite some time, we're absolutely certain we've got a few tricks we can share that will help you achieve unbelievable strength gains. By following our 28-day plan, combined with using BIO-GRO™ Bio-Active Peptides before and after each workout, you can improve your bench press by 25 or more pounds and your squat by 50 pounds. The trick: you follow this training program, rigorously for the entire number of workouts prescribed. The upside: you gain more new strength than you ever imagined along with harder, denser muscle. The downside: well, we don't see any.
The Secrets to Successful Bench PressingThere is nothing like a strong chest! Attack the bench with a can-do attitude and it's sure to pay dividends. Sure, it's a difficult exercise, but you're powered by iSatori—and nowhere do we say “for the weak and delicate.” When you are bench pressing, each rep should focus on driving your body away from the bar, keeping a smooth, even press. Whether the exercise uses a barbell or dumbbells or a flat or inclined bench, keep your shoulders tight, legs firm, and body rigid. Have your rep target in check, tell yourself you need to perform two more reps than required, rehearse the steps in your mind, and go to work. Don't doubt yourself or your strength. You can power through your reps. Be sure to lift with a spotter or in a safety rack. Whether or not you force out a few helper reps, you still want to push yourself past your normal comfort zone.
10 Tips for Correct Bench Pressing—The Surefire Way to Improve Your Chest Strength (Injury free)1. Stay on the Bench. Despite popular gym belief, this is not a hamstring exercise! Keep your head and buttocks in contact with the bench throughout the exercise.
The Secrets to Successful Squatting1. Without a doubt, squats are the most demanding, yet rewarding, of all weight-training exercises. As well, the squat exercise (specifically, the barbell squat) is the single most effective lift for improving literally all aspects of your physique, not just your quads, because it involves so many additional muscles to perform.
10 Tips for Correct Squats—The Surefire Way to Improve Your Leg Strength (Injury free)1. Body Alignment.Keep your chest out, head up, and upper torso erect. This helps keep the body in line.
Preparation and Recovery - Know the FactsBoth the bench and squat routines can tax your muscles, nervous system and immune system beyond normal. To maximize this program, you need to not only be prepping for your workout to maximize your efforts, but recovering as fast as possible so your body can overcompensate accordingly. Here is a list of actions you can take to maximize every last rep: