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Most People Fail To Work 50% of Their Muscle Tissue!
Did you know that even bodybuilders neglect half the
muscle tissue in the body?
It doesn't take rocket science to build bigger muscles.
However, it does take a certain knowledge and application
of that knowledge in the gym and in your diet.
And the Truth is, the Sooner You Act, the Sooner Your
Muscles Start Growing!
Checkout The Growth Zone
Fitness Tips For 10/16/2013
Contrast Training Workout
Have you ever checked out contrast conditioning? If not, you will
want to try a cycle of this highly effective training action to blast
your body with new gains. Employed by the top professional athletes
(such as All-pro Mario Williams), contrast training centers on giving
your metabolism an incredible spike.
What is Contrast training? You ask. For instance, you would match the
bench press with a push up. Doesn't sound too contrasting so far? The
contrast comes in the way the exercises are employed. For the bench
press, the movement is the standard style. However, for the push up,
you explode. Explosive push ups really work the chest's high twitch
fiber muscles, something that the regular bench doesn't do.
You can reverse this order as well. You can perform an explosive
bench press and pair it with a standard push up. Contrast training
puts together exercises where you use heavy duty overload (for
standard strength training) with explosive movements that often
involve body weight work.
Your goal with contrast training is post-activation potentiation, or
the acronym PAP. This training style works to create more active
input to the body's motor neurons, to boost motor unit recruitment,
and to help synchronize the motor units while at the same time
reducing presynaptic inhibition. This combination all adds up to
take the body to a higher level of development and gives the
metabolism quite the blast.
Contrast training greatly increases the total amount of body work you
are performing while also forcing the body to work with a dual
environment at the same time. Contrast training is one of the most
demanding styles of training and the upside is that it brings about
rapid development for your muscles. It is also enhances the athletic
capabilities of the body at the same time.
Contrast Training Program
There are a variety of ways to set up your contrast workout. You can
put together such combination supersets such as the deadlift and the
broad jump, the bench press with an explosive push up, a squat paired
with box jumping (leaping up onto a stable box or bench) or other
combinations you may want to create. Ensure that the combo fits the
parameters of a strength move paired with a power move. Perform a few
supersets of each combination.
Give the contrast program a few weeks and see how it positively
changes your physique.
For more information go to Fast Muscle Growth Program
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Contrast Training Workout Program
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