By Oliver Wolter
How do skinny, pencil-necked geeks regularly morph into heavily muscled tanks in mere weeks?
They throw the iron around as often as possible without overtraining.
Here's an example:
Let's say you work out your chest once a week. That's 52 chest workouts per year. And let's say that each week you add just one pound to your bench. That's an increase of 52 lbs per year.
But what if it turns out that your body could "support" two chest workouts per week?
Suddenly, you'd be adding 104lbs to your bench in one year, instead of just 52lbs.
Now consider this: If you added 104 lbs to your bench press, how much bigger would your chest be? How much bigger would your shoulders and triceps be? Short answer is... much, much bigger.
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