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What's Wrong With Your Weight Training Program?
Check These 5 Things.

By Steven Gwillim, the founder of "R.I.P.P.E.D Weight Training™", the ultimate muscle building program.


Here's a really simple way... to tune up your weight lifting workout routine by just implementing 5 simple techniques.

There is a way to common problem now-a-days where people just are wasting there time in the gym, by incorrect education or just flat out they have not been given any information before starting a weigh lifting or bodybuilding workout routine.

Lets get right into things here... my first tip is... Take one week off from training every 8 - 10 weeks.

I mean it does not seem like the common sense thing to do at first, but if you look back after and see the results for yourself it will click in as the common sense thing to do. It is a fact that a majority of people training have a psychological barrier from taking a week off from training. People think they will become weaker, but this is not the case.

The truth of the matter is if you eat just as you would if you where training and don't do any physically straining activities you will actually come back stronger and bigger. And if you decide to train that week you are potentially going to get weaker and smaller.

2. Train every muscle group every 5 - 7 days.

This is called your [GRP] or growth recovery period. This is actually the time frame where your muscles actually grow. Of course the best way to do this is to work out 5 days on then 2 days off, but making sure you never do the same muscle group every 5 - 7 days.

I mean it may be hard for you to actually setup your routine like this but once you do you will be seeing amazing results. If you fail to do this there is a very good chance you will see negative results, decrease in energy levels, and even see your appetite fail as well.

3. You must have maximum intensity on every single rep.

Now having proper intensity is very important to achieving the best body you want in minimal time. It is the secret to getting the most out of every single rep. It is a staggering percentage but around %95 of people training today don't train with proper intensity.

You are wasting a lot of time in the gym by not training with their maximum intensity... you could get a lot more done in around half the time. Intensity is a bit more complex and is the 3rd pillar to R.I.P.P.E.D. training and we are talking about something entirely different today.

Intensity is also what separates the men from the boys. Your muscle is not going to grow unless you force it to.

4. Each workout should last around 30 - 45 minutes.

Now, when you don't train with the best intensity and take your time in the gym, you are usually there for a while. But when you start actually training right with your maximum intensity and start knowing how many sets you should do for your current state and also your rest time between sets it should all fall around 30 - 45 minutes.

Now when you start doing this all right 30 - 45 minutes out of your day is nothing and 5 days a week is doable. And also don't forget you be getting better results than you would be if you where taking your time, by a landslide.

5. And finally, train a maximum of 1 - 2 muscle groups per session.

Once you have your sessions set up real nice you will be able to see that everything is set up perfect you will see you will never train over 1 - 2 muscle groups per day per session.

This is great because if you remember our last steps it allows you to follow all the other rules also including the one where your sessions are only 30 - 45 minutes.

You will see you are getting stronger and more ripped while doing LESS.


When I started implementing these techniques I could never believe how fast I was building muscle... I was astonished. I never knew the human body was capable of such efficiency and peak performance. I guess it was the peak performance caged in me. And guess what research proven, you can do it too. I recommend picking up a copy of R.I.P.P.E.D. Weight Training, this is just what I learned in the first few pages.

Well now how are you going to benefit unless you put it to action? You won't simply. An amazing %90 of readers who see this will not value from this info, due yourself a favour and join the %10.


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