How many things out there are marketed as being able to double your results? A LOT.
And as such, we get numb to the idea of anything possibly doing that. But the truth is some things are that good.
You may have heard some of the buzz about Bio Feedback training recently.
Maybe you’ve looked into it. Maybe you haven’t.
Well, my friend Adam Glass has just released a video that gives the best and most succinct explanation of how you can start using it right away.
And in case you haven’t heard of it, here’s what it promises. Faster progress and no injuries simply by listening to what your body tells you.
Adam has been busy coaching people in this method and a number of guys have put on 30 lbs. in 4 months. If you’re interested in adding size that’s gotta get your attention!
What if you’re interested in gaining strength not mass? Adam happens to be one of the strongest guys I know, and he’s getting stronger every single day faster and easier then before.
As for me, I’ve just started doing this myself. Its still early in the game, so to speak, but my results so far have been good.
This is worth checking out…
It’s fascinating, but how you would apply that to say pushups and pullups for strength building escapes me.
@David: Quite easily David. You train pushups and/or pullups on days where they test well. You can also test variations of the movements. In pushups for example you can do regular pushups, incline pushups, diamond pushups or any variation. Find the one that tests best and work on that.
Once you’ve selected an exercise do a set to the point where it begins to get hard then stop. Rest until your range of motion returns and repeat.
Hope that makes sense.
@Logan: “Rest until your range of motion returns and repeat.” Are you referring to range of motion in the toe touch like in the video?