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If you want to add 10, 20 or even 30 pounds or more to your bench press, squat and deadlift in the next six weeks (even if you’ve been “stuck” lifting the same weights for months on end) then give me a few minutes of your time and I’ll tell you how to do it.
Here’s the story…
The first time I saw an “up close and personal” demonstration of real strength was a few years back.
I was training at my local gym, and in walks a guy I’d never seen before. He wasn’t all that big – maybe 175 pounds or so.
Anyway, I was sat on the bench press and he was over in the corner doing deadlifts.
After about 10 minutes, I glanced over and saw that he’d loaded 440 pounds on the bar.
In the grand scheme of things, 440 pounds isn’t a huge amount of weight. But it’s not something you see every day, certainly not in most commercial gyms.
So, our man reaches down and grabs the bar… gets himself set… and off he goes.
I’ve never seen such a heavy barbell move so quickly.
I was expecting him to look like he was straining or finding it difficult.
But he made it look easy.
The second rep was the same.
Smooth. Crisp. Fast.
He looked like a machine.
After five reps he stopped.
I was still sat there watching him.
As was pretty much everyone else in the gym at that point
He’d just cranked out five reps with 440 pounds… at a bodyweight of around 175 pounds… and it looked like he had a few left in the tank.
That’s not going to break any records. But it was still a damn impressive display of strength that very few people will be able to match.
Anyway, fast forward several years.
I’m reading through a few studies on the subject of strength and how to build it.
And I keep coming across a style of training that produces very rapid strength gains on a consistent basis, even in guys with multiple years of training behind them.
So, I took what I found and put it all together into a simple program. Created a spreadsheet that tells you exactly how much weight to lift in each workout. Tested and tweaked it a little.
The end result is a 6-week program called Muscle Evo STRONG.
No, it won’t turn you into an elite powerlifter.
And, while I’ve done everything I can to make the program simple to follow, that doesn’t mean it’s easy. It still takes hard work and effort.
Even so, I believe Muscle Evo STRONG can put between 5-10% on your squat, deadlift and bench press in the next six weeks.
To the people who want everything now, 5-10% might not sound like much. They’re after something that will put 50 pounds on their bench and 100 pounds on their squat and deadlift.
But when you ask them how much those lifts went up in the last 12 months, there’s a lot of looking down and shuffling of feet going on.
In terms of weight, a 5-10% jump means adding 10, 20 maybe even 30 pounds or more to each of your big 3 lifts. Not bad for six weeks of training.
That said, Muscle Evo STRONG is definitely not for everyone, and there are several boxes you need to tick in order to qualify for the program.
1. You will have moved past the beginner stages of training, and have been training with weights for at least 18 months.
2. If you’re currently making progress in the gym, then stick with what you’re doing. This is for people who have been “stuck” lifting the same weights for six weeks or longer.
3. You’ll need discipline. Not just in terms of your ability to stick to the program, but also not to throw in a bunch of extra stuff – metabolic resistance training, PHA circuits, HIIT or whatever else – at the end of your workout, or on your off days.
4. This is not a fat loss program. If your main goal right now is to get lean, Muscle Evo STRONG is not for you.
5. The training manual you’ll get is a 13-page PDF file. Although there is a page or two that covers the science behind Muscle Evo STRONG, most of the manual is centered on how to actually DO the program. If you want to read lots of training theory, comparisons of periodization models and so on, you’ll need to look elsewhere.
6. If you’re a high level strength athlete, and you’re currently very close to your genetic limits in terms of strength, you’re going to need a strength-training program designed specifically for you.
7. Muscle Evo STRONG involves training three days a week, on alternate days (i.e. Monday, Wednesday & Friday), for about 60-75 minutes each time. If that doesn’t fit your schedule, the program is not for you.
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Use Muscle Evo STRONG, exactly as laid out in the manual and spreadsheet, three days a week for the next six weeks. If the program doesn’t deliver strength gains of 5-10% in the bench press, squat and deadlift, then just let me know via e-mail or Facebook and you’ll receive a full, prompt and courteous refund. No objections. No questions. No delays.
NOTE: Muscle Evo STRONG is a digital product. As soon as your payment is accepted, you will be transferred to a special page where you can download everything you need.