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Healthy Training for Success Bundle

Healthy Training for Success Bundle

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Take advantage of this incredible Healthy Training for Success Bundle that contains these valuable training components:

      • Body Building Secret Revealed Ebook
      • Body Power & Endurance Ebook
      • Crossfit Ebook
      • Functional Strength Ebook
      • Functional Strength Mindmap
      • Hypertrophy Manual
      • Hypertrophy Checklist
      • Hypertrophy Resource Cheat Sheet
      • Packing on the Muscle Ebook
      • . . . And More!

Body Building Secret Revealed Ebook:

Ever since the fitness craze in the 1980’s, we have become a nation increasingly aware of our health and physique. Millions of dollars are spent every year in the quest for a perfect body. Gyms are big business, personal trainers are making a tidy living helping people stay fit, and body building supplements are at an all-time level of performance.

In actuality, the sport of bodybuilding has been around for quite some time. In the late 19th century, the man is known as the “father of bodybuilding”, Eugen Sandow was credited with inventing the sport by inviting people to view his body in muscle display performances.

Sandow built a stage performance around displays of strength and agility as well as showing off a “Grecian” physique which was considered the ultimate body. He became so successful, he created several businesses around his fame and was among the first people to market body building products bearing his name. As he became more popular, he was credited with the invention of the first exercise equipment marketed to the masses.

Sandow was also credited with beginning the first bodybuilding contest called “The Great Competition” held in London. This competition was the basis for many others to follow including the Mr. Olympia competition that remains the most popular body building contest to date.

When World War II broke out, men in the country were inspired to become bigger in their physique, stronger, and more aggressive in their behavior. Training techniques were improved, nutrition was focused on more than ever, and body building equipment evolved into effective means for working muscles in ways never thought of before.

It was also around this time that many bodybuilding organizations came into being including the Amateur Athletic Union and the International Federation of Body Building. In 1970, body building was taken to a new level when the film “Pumping Iron” was released starring Austrian newcomer Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Through the years, bodybuilding has just grown in popularity becoming almost an obsession for many people. Women have started to take an interest in honing their bodies, and the sport has evolved into a real competitive arena.

If you’ve always wanted to learn about how to build your body to that “Grecian Ideal” envisioned by Eugen Sandow, there can be a lot to learn. This book will guide you through some of the basics to get you started. Of course, nothing will compare to actually getting to the gym and lifting those weights, but you’ll need some information first.

That’s why we’re here. We want to reveal body building secrets to YOU.

Hypertrophy Manual:

Building muscle is at once very simple and simultaneously incredibly complicated.

If that sounds like something of a frustrating contradiction… well then get used to it! As you learn more about growing muscle and getting jacked you’ll find that almost all the information you come across only makes things more complicated and more difficult. Everyone has a different opinion and no-one seems able to agree on what the best way to get into powerful shape actually is.

When you start out though, it all seems very straightforward. In order to grow, you need to exercise more and eat more protein. When you do this, you start to build more muscle and you see yourself constantly increase in strength. If you aren’t seeing any growth or strength gains, then it might well simply mean that you aren’t going to the gym regularly enough, or working out hard enough when you are there!


And for the most part, this is fairly accurate. No matter what kind of training you are using, lifting weight and eating more meat should result in some muscle mass. Overcomplicating things at this stage will only make it harder to stay motivated and result in poor results.

But over time, you start to notice that you aren’t seeing change as quickly as you’d like. You realize that your colleagues-in-Iron are getting results faster than you and that you’ve ‘plateaued’, whatever that might mean.

That’s when you start to read into training and learn that there’s more than one way to skin a cat.

This is when you learn that the best way to build muscle is to lift heavy and for fewer reps. You need to focus on compound lifts so that your strength gains are ‘functional’ and you should support that with a healthy, ketogenic diet.

But then there’s another guy who’s saying something really rather different.

This guy reckons that you should isolate your muscles during training and focus on just the one muscle group to cause the maximum muscle damage.

And while you’re at it, you need to focus on higher rep ranges because really, the only thing that matters is ‘time under tension’.

Then someone comes over to you in the gym and corrects your technique – even though you learned it on YouTube – and you find yourself just about ready to give up on the whole thing. Training is just too complicated!

Packing on the Muscle Ebook:

Bodybuilding is a complex discipline and not a simple lifting of weights as many of us think. Bodybuilding has to be done the right way through feasible workouts that are integrated with expertly crafted body shaping diets.Many people have attempted to get their bodies into shape and have plunged into various training and fitness programs and products without proper guidance.

Many people have attempted to get their bodies into shape and have plunged into various training and fitness programs and products without proper guidance.

This has often resulted in failure and frustration. In a health conscious society like the one we live in today, it is of paramount importance to seek the facts about really effective ways of getting your body and muscles into good shape.

In this eBook we share with you vital aspects and concepts of effective bodybuilding. This eBook presents various dynamics of body or muscle building. The book touches on muscle building diets, doing the right stunts and focusing on core and relevant muscle groups for certain muscle building objectives. This eBook is a wealth of knowledge for those who want their bodybuilding endeavors to be a resounding success.

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