Hey! How Much Do You Bench Press?
There’s a reason why the bench press is the most popular lift in the gym: it lets you lift more weight and activate more muscle in the upper body than any other move. With just this one lift, you can work your deltoids, your pecs, your triceps, forearms, abdominals, and even your hand muscles. What you didn't know is bench press is also good for punching ... Wow!
But what if I told you there is an exercise many trainers and experts including myself consider the “King” of exercises, would you be interested in learning? Add two more moves and you’ve got a complete body workout. Squat and deadlift. That’s it. If you didn't know, squats target your glutes (butt), while working your quads and hamstrings and calves and doubling up on your abs. Which is good for kicking. You can never get enough work on your abs, especially when you are being kicked and punched in them for competition or in a self-defense situation, right?
Now round out and wrap up your workout (and your backside) with the deadlift. Everything from your neck down to your calves, your whole spine and back, gets strengthened with the deadlift. With all those muscle groups being affected, you need to train correctly to maximize your gym time and your weight training time. This book is going to make sure you do just that. By understanding the following:
Technique & Form
Starting Weights for lifting
Between repetitions and Workouts
Nutrition and Food
Progress on a Daily, Weekly and Monthly Basis
Expectations for development and Growth
In this book, Resistance Training: For Martial Artist, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Boxing and All Combat Fighters, I will tell you that "King" movement mentioned above and what I have learned in my 30 plus years of competing, training and teaching. I understand you may not want to be a combat sports competitor but maybe pick up one or two things to gain strength and a technique to defend yourself well it’s in the book.
This quick, easy-to-read book can make the difference between success and frustration. You’ll know what you’re doing on your first trip to the gym without suffering the insecurities many first-timers do. If you’re a gym-rat, you’ll pick up new tips and you’ll be reassured you’re reaching your goals every time you hit the gym. You can track your goals in the included guide.
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See you at the gym!