Review of Critical Bench E-book
About its author
This guide is written by Mike Westerdal who is also president of Critical Bench, Inc as well as a certified personal trainer from American Council on Exercise. He also happens to be an experienced professional football player and coach and has many fitness articles under his name in many body building magazines as well as online.
About this E-book
Critical Bench E-book is a 31 page guide about custom bench press program that aims at finding unique bench press solutions for individual trainers. It is dissected into six sections with each covering a specific topic, in the first of these sections you will be taken through actual training, be taught on the importance of incorporating variety in your routine as well as get various simple workout conditions. He outlines how it is important to have a thorough preparation before embarking on going to lift weights; you will also get tips on what you should do in order to avoid getting fatigued before you start to lift weights. One thing I found quite insightful is how Mike incorporated theory in bench press workouts, importance of curtailing burn outs and risks of overtraining as well as some tips on how to perform particular highly intense training techniques.
Also worth of a keen mention is how he outlines a theory he calls as proper rest and recovery strategies that are vital if you are to replenish and recover fast enough to move back to the gym. From this e-course you will also be tutored on secret training techniques that are necessary to build colossal strength. After you have mastered his theories, he goes on to offer you a lesson on how to implement this program into your workout diary. He discusses with you about choosing chest-training days, how to incorporate other exercises into your schedule in order to boost bench press and chest development. Also in this program is a tutorial on how to do warm ups as well as cool down techniques as well as stretching rituals that should prelude your chest workouts. Another input I found to be worth is how he discusses the importance of your mindset in delivering good results, on top of that he also offers tips on how to develop and maintain a positive frame of mind for results. He also offers advice on diets and supplements that should also form an integral part of your work out diary.
One of the benefits of this program is how it covers this topic wholly in many details that leaves you not wanting to look elsewhere for results. It is also not bulky (only 31 pages) that means it is not filled with unwanted stories, the usage of clear and quality pictures all over makes it easy to understand instructions even for novice. It also benefits from credibility of its author who is a respected authority in weight lifting circles. Another plus is addition of interview section that helps readers get insights from pros in weight lifting.
One drawback of this resource is that it gives too much emphasis on the chest while living other areas uncovered, it also omits data on cardio work outs. Seasoned users will also find its information to be repetitive as it has been covered in preceding guides. But it is still a useful guide for those looking to improve on chest muscles and enhance bench press productivity.
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beloved fellow weight lifter,
I have a few questions I want to ask you.
Please reply them .
Would you like to and increase your bench press?
so you can show off to your friends and lifting buddies in the gym? benching more than any of them!
Would you like to increase your power and strength?
so you become bigger, better, faster, and stronger for your sport or hobby?
Would you like to pack on some thin muscle mass?
so you ?re gallant and sure-footed enough to take your shirt off and walk the beach?
Would you like to have a herculean, mesomorphic physique that turns heads and gets you noticed?
so you can walk with your head in high spirits in the air, entire of confidence?
If you answered ?Yes? to any of these questions?
I have some crucial news for you.
In fact, I want to assure you something.
And I swear ... that if you do this one thing ... you ?re going to see more muscle and strength gains from your workouts?
than ANYTHING else you do.
I mean it.
It's the God's fair truth.
So here ?s_.
my promise: If you focus on increasing the amount of weight you lift on the bench press, you WILL gain more muscle mass.
I promise you.
In fact, if you increase your bench press by 20 or 30 pounds in the following month or so? you ?ll pack on at least 10 pounds of muscle.
How can I say that?
Because year after year, time after time, I've seen it come about so many times.
You ?ll see right below how I was capable to pack on 75 pounds of muscle mass between in high spirits school and college.
Look, here's the truth: You're going to gain muscle mass if you get stronger.
Because when you force your body to lift more weight ... you HAVE to get stronger and add thin muscle mass to address that extra weight.
In early words ... when you have to lift more weight ... your body reacts to the extra stress you're placing on it BY ADDING MORE MUSCLE TISSUE!
If you keep lifting the like amount of weight, over and over again, your body has NO REASON to get stronger OR gain muscle.
It can already address the weight you ?re used to.
But when you keep lifting more and more weight ... your body must adjust, get stronger, and add muscle to keep handling that extra weight.
That's how muscle gains are made: It's by trying to get stronger.
When that happens, your body adds more muscle mass to address this extra stress that's placed upon it.
And you want to know what else?
The more muscle mass your body has ... the more calories you will burn ... and the more body fat you ?ll lose ... even when you're resting!
It's dead on target ... muscle mass is a very dynamic tissue and it takes a lot of calories to hold.
Look, if you ?re boney now? you don ?t have to vex about that.
You don ?t have any fatty to lose, so you ?ll just end up packing on more size and muscle.
Back to the promise and why the best press is crucial: The bench press is the easiest lift to keep track of when it comes to recording your weights.
It ?s easygoing to keep progressing up on the bench press.
Most gyms have those fiddling 2?? poke plates you can keep adding.
early exercises are tougher to keep increasing weight on?
because you can?t keep going up in belittled increments.
It ?s either5 pounds, 10 pounds, or nothing.
And that ?s a enceinte jump and cannot be done every individual week.
But 2?? plates could be a goal of yours every individual week.
It ?s accomplishable and accomplishable.
And imagine what? each time you lift a fiddling more weight?
your body will respond by adding strength and muscle to address that extra weight.
If You ?re
Not Focusing On The Bench Press?
You ?re Missing Out On A Ton of Muscle and Strength That Could Be Yours!
That ?s the SINGLE BIGGEST reason you need to begin ...