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It happens to the best of us
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve packed up my gear, prepped my shakes and headed to the gym, only to find
I Just Didn’t have it That Day
We all have those days where no matter how much we feel like training… it’s not gonna happen, somethings just missing
It took me years to figure out but that was my body sending me a signal. My body was basically telling me that it was bored and wasn’t motivated to go to the gym
I Needed to Shake Things Up
I figured if I was gonna get that fire to lift hard and heavy again I would need to do something drastic. I dug into the vaults and went through all of the articles, research papers and seminar notes I had taken over the years in search of exercises that would shock the system
These exercises I eventually chose had to have a few key things in common.
1: They needed to be tough as nails
No pink dumbbells here- I had been training hard for years and knew that anything that was gonna have any effect on my body would need to be tough or it wouldn’t lead to adaptation (aka muscle growth).
You’ve got to remember the human body has a tremendous capacity for adaptation. The program you grew like a weed on last year will NOT have the same effect if you try it again this year.
This is the reason so many people look the exact same as they did when they first started lifting- They don’t vary things up enough
2: They needed to be radically different
If the movement didn’t draw stares from other gym goers I didn’t make the list. Here’s the thing- your body is a lot smarter than you are.
Endless hours of squatting, dead lifting and pressing are effective but when it comes to rapid growth nothing gets the job done faster than adding new complex motor patterns. The more difficult the pattern is for your body to learn the greater the potential for rapid growth. This is why you have seen high end coaches start using more complex patterns like kettlebell variations and olympic lifting movements.
These exercises are complex and bully the nervous system into seeking new ways to illicit strength and muscular development,
3: They needed to be easily incorporated into regular workouts
Listen, as much as I like variety- I don’t believe in doing it just for varieties sake… That’s just dumb. I figured if I could somehow add these new, never-been-done exercises to a regular workout I could get the best of both worlds
After a few weeks of research I arrived at a list of 5 exercises that I would add to my workouts to shake things up.
I Dubbed Them The Big 5 Hardcore Lifts
These big 5 exercises are the ones which stood out as the most bang for your buck exercises that would guarantee new muscular growth and soreness. The big 5 are a mixture of movements, ranging from finishers to assistance movements.
The finishers will get you burning even more body fat at the tail-end of your workouts whereas the assistance movements will allow you to blast through plateaus and smoke your personal records.
How Can You Get Your Hands on The Big 5?
At first I figured I would make some profit from the research I had done.I put the 5 big lifts into a report and was gonna sell it when the tiny little angel appeared on my shoulder and suggested I do my “annual good deed.”
So I’ve decided to share the report for FREE.
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