Men's Health Maximum Muscle Plan The High-Efficiency Workout Program to Increase Your Strength And Muscle Size in Just 12 Weeks (Paperback)
|Author: Thomas/ Hoffman Incledon|
From the Publisher:
The science of muscle building has changed. This book shows exactly how to use the latest scientific breakthroughs to achieve muscle gains you always dreamed of, including washboard abs, a massive chest, and arms like pistons. Here are just a few of the cutting-edge techniques you'll find in these pages.
Add 50 pounds to your bench weight in just 3 months. The secret: progressive overload that tears down muscle fiber and builds it back up to massive size.
Push heavy iron in every workout. It's the best way to jack up testosterone, the chemical secret to super size.
Time your workouts right. New research shows why lifting in the evening floods your body with muscle-building hormones.
Take advantage of muscle-pattern workouts. They're ideal for tearing down and building up muscle, fast-and they generate huge power in and out of the gym.
Blast past plateaus. The trick is sawtooth training-a combination of hard training and active rest for incredible progress surges.
Supplement for greater size. How to choose proven supplements that accelerate muscle recovery, ramp up energy, and boost power as well as reps.
Men's Health Maximum Muscle Plan is the ultimate workout guide for men who want to get bigger, stronger, faster. With customized plans for every body type and fitness level, workout variations to push you to the next level, and muscle-building nutrition and supplement tips, it's a proven program to give you the body you want-ripped abs, bulging biceps, strong legs, and a broader chest and back-in just 12 weeks.
About the Author:
Not one to be satisfied with all work and no play, Tom has been nationally ranked in powerlifting, weight-lifting, all-around-lifting, and strongman competitions. He is a world-record holder in a variety of "feats of strength" contests-one of the only drug-free athletes to have reached this level of performance. Tom lives and works in Chandler, Arizona.
Matthew Hoffman, is a health-and-fitness writer based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.