Attention Hard Gainers, And Anyone Who Has Had Limited Success With Bodybuilding
Muscle Express provides a new type of stimulus for massive muscle growth. Innovative and cutting-edge, we've seen remarkable gains from it. This program is an extremely effective growth hormone stimulator and packs on mass, strength and power faster than you would've ever thought possible! This program will show you:
* Intensity and volume, how much is enough?
* How to vary routines to continue to make big gains
* How to gain incredible power & size - FAST
* How to create a natural anabolic state
* How to use shock techniques for accelerated growth
* And many more muscle building secrets and techniques
Get ready to sky rocket your muscle gains when you start this program!
For full information checkout https://www.trulyhuge.com/MuscleExpress.html
Sprinkled throughout my website is split training, however I have never done a dedicated post to explain what exactly it is. Some may think that split training is training to do splits with your legs. I have never been able to do the splits I must say, so don’t worry this post is not dedicated to teaching you how to do them. I am referring to something different which we will unpack in this post. Split training is a basic in fitness, but no one ever really seems to call it out directly. So lets unpack what split training is, the 3 main benefits of doing it, and I will provide a sample workout schedule for a week you can use with split training.
I am a huge advocate for total body training. I think everyone should get in at least one total body training workout a week. Split training is the opposite to total body training. With split training you focus on certain muscle groups of your body per workout. When I first started to lift weights and go to the gym 5-6 days a week years ago my method would be split training. Split training works well with or without weights. Now that you know what split training is, lets dive into the three main benefits of incorporating it into your workout routine.
Here is an example of a bodyweight split training schedule that you can use to try it out. The chances are likely that you are already doing split training, but you may not be doing this exact schedule. Here is the example split training schedule:
Monday - Chest and Back
Tuesday - Legs and Core
Wednesday - Shoulders and Arms
Thursday - Interval Cardio
Friday - Total Body Workout
Split training is basic I know, but you can have so much variety with the weekly schedules, workouts, and exercises that it is nearly endless. I have been using it for years and continue to use it especially if I want to focus on specific muscle groups to achieve a certain look or strength level. Give split training a try and if you are already doing split training then change it up and add in total body workouts in the mix for variety. Split training is both fun and challenging if you take the time to make it that way