Savage Strength Training System Review
Mike Gillette Savage Strength Training System
There is now no doubt about it that in order to gain any muscle on your body you need to increase the strength and the power that you have at your inner core and your total strength and power that you have will be directly proportional to the amount of muscle that you carry.
The Savage Strength Training System is something that comes out of the well-known and well respected guru on mind/body power called Mike Gillette who was a former SWAT Commander and Executive Bodyguard. The training system gives you four basic guidelines that need to be followed in order to achieve the guaranteed results that it promises.
The first of these is training to failure is not doing you any good and you need to know what your body needs to achieve maximum gains in the shortest time. When you train, you are not only training the muscles but your central nervous system (CNS) as well.
The problem with training to failure is that it is very hard on the CNS and really interferes with your recovery ability (and can even develop a nasty habit of missing lifts). The bottom line is that training to failure needs to be avoided if you want to keep making progress and avoid burnout. You can train just short of failure and get really strong.
The second basic guideline on which this strength program is based is that your strength starts from the inside and then moves out from there. If you want to achieve true bar-bending strength you need to transform more than just your physical realm, you need to change your lifestyle and your mindset.
You can make your body become a hardened machine capable of extreme feats of strength that you never thought you could accomplish, but other areas of your life will also transform. If you want everything you can get out of life, you need to be strong.
If you want long-term, healthy relationships you need to be strong for other people. If you want to achieve anything meaningful in life for yourself you need to be strong for YOU. The program explains in very specific detail how to get into the correct mindset that you need to go beyond your capabilities.
The third guideline on which this program is built on is that you need to make sure that you do not get confused between traditional bodybuilding techniques and training for strength. If you have been getting your “strength training” information from some glossy bodybuilding magazine that has some oiled up, tanned guy in spandex “pumping” his muscles that will NOT show you the secrets of building REAL strength to build REAL muscles.
Developing real strength is all about improving your function and capabilities. If you base your strength training on stereotypical bodybuilding dogma it is like having a Ferrari with no motor inside, it’s all show and “no go”. It may seem obvious but you will never learn strength training from people who don’t train for strength.
The last main guideline on which this program is built is based on the fact that although increased strength means increased muscle size you can still be super strong even though you may struggle to put on muscle. The truth is getting bigger muscles is damn hard work.
The reality is that there are only a few people really have the genetic capabilities to build huge muscles, but strength training is different. Everyone possesses the ability to get stronger than you are now. It’s a universal trait. In fact you probably don’t realize just how strong you can be.
Inside you right now, lying dormant is the potential for bone crushing strength just waiting for the right opportunity to be unleashed. Strength training can be devastatingly simple… use the right program made up of the right exercises and you will get results. It’s that simple. The “mystery” is in knowing the right program and the right exercises to do.
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