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    By Travis Steffen on Sunday, October 4, 2009in Other  

    Here is a method of training that I guarantee you haven’t heard of.¬† This is a style of training that is¬†best used for extreme “bodybuilding”.¬† Now, when¬†I say extreme “bodybuilding”, I mean it in the true sense of the word….Building a better body to the extreme!¬† Not just larger muscles, but¬†extreme strength and endurance!! Here’s how its done….

    Most people will do work out routines that have 3 sets of 10 reps.

    Now there’s nothing wrong with this.¬† But were talking about going EXTREME!

    So here’s what you need to do.¬† For each of the 3 sets, have a different objective each time…It’s easier if I just show you first, and then explain it second…

    Example:

    Bench presses

    Set no. 1 Р5 reps @ 80kg (Strength Training)

    Set no. 2 – 10 reps @ 50kg (Muscle building)

    Set no. 3 - 20 reps @ 15kg (Endurance)

    For each set¬†there is¬†a specific objective in mind, and the weights and reps have been adjusted accordingly.¬† By doing this you are training all aspects of¬†“bodybuilding” (strength, size and¬†endurance) .

    The results you will see will be EXTREME!

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    Travis Steffen is a Master Trainer and founder of WorkoutBOX. After years of experience training professional athletes and thousands of others just like you, he knows exactly what it takes to get you in serious shape. Follow his expert guidance and you're guaranteed to get amazing results.
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