Critical Bench Review
Mike Westerdal Critical Bench
We all know how important the bench-press is when measuring your upper body strength. We also know very well that the good ole bench-press is more often than not the yardstick that is used to test your upper body strength and if you have been going to the gym on a regular basis your buddies will sooner or later ask what you can bench.
There is a very good reason why the bench-press has become such an important issue in gaining muscle in your upper body. In fact there are many good reasons but the most important reason is that you ONLY gain muscle when you get stronger because of the well-proven scientific fact of progressive resistance.
If you would like to add 50 pounds to your bench in just 10 week with a money back guarantee that it will work, then you need to check out a website put together by Mike Westerdal, BS, CPT. He shows you very specifically exactly how to go about it from one workout to the next.
Using the principal of progressive resistance and making use of the small 2.5 pound weights that most gyms have you can easily plan a workout schedule that will steadily enable you to increase your lift by 5 pounds every week. That can be guaranteed no matter how strong you already are.
The value of this information is completely under-rated and Mike covers the issue of a common mistake most men slip into when trying to increase their strength and that is over-training. Your muscles need time to rest and recover. They grow between workouts not during workouts.
Bench-press has shown to radically increase the release and output of testosterone and human growth hormone (HGH) that your body releases. It is a vitally important cog in the wheel for increasing muscle mass all over your body even though is specifically the upper body you are working on.
Any and all muscle that you build will use more calories and will continue to do so even when you are sleeping so that you will change the rate at which your basal metabolic rate (BMR) functions. This means you will have less fat on your body and will be speeding up your metabolism.
You will learn specific techniques that use can and should use to increase you bench on a consistent basis and not just once off or to break through a plateau. You will learn how creatively vary your bench workouts so that you are always growing in strength and ALWAYS increasing the muscle in your upper body.
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