Lets talk about building some rock hard muscle.
Here's a technique that's an incredibly effective muscle-builder. But before we get to it, it's important I let you know one of the key ingredients to building muscle in the first place.
A muscular physique is one of those things in life that's reserved for a rare few. Simply put, it's not for everyone.
Don't get me wrong. Almost everyone is capable of building it. But the reason so few will is because it requires you to do hard shit.
I don't know if you've noticed, but most people don't like doing hard shit. Which means most people won't build any appreciable muscle
But, this doesn't apply to you, so let's continue.
The method I'm showing you today is called the "350 Method," and it was created by a Coach named Paul Carter (<- link to his Instagram. He's worth a follow).
It's every bit as nasty as it is effective (but we like to do hard shit, so...)
It goes like this:
The "3" in "350" stands for the number of sets you'll do. And the "50" stands for how many reps you're trying to get, total, across all 3 sets.
So, to start out, pick a weight you can get around 20 reps with.
Set 1- do as many reps as you can, likely around 20. Rest 60 secs.
Set 2- Get as many reps as you can, likely 15-20. Rest 60 secs.
Set 3- Get the remainder of the 50 reps, or as close as you possible can.
If you got all 50 reps, increase your weight the following week. If you didn't, stick with that weight and try again next week.
This is a quick and dirty way to spark some solid muscle growth.
When to use it:
This is a great technique to use for your 2nd and/or 3rd exercise of the day. The perfect compliment to your main exercise.
But be warned- it burns. It burns all the way down to your soul.
Oh, and if you're serious about building that killer physique, The Lion of Olympus is the plan that will get you there.
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And when you grab your copy, make sure to send me an email and let me know.