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70sBB 08-30-2012 10:06 AM

Ben Pukulski's 5 muscle building tips
 

I read this last night and wanted to share to see what you guys think. It is from Ben Pakulski's 5 Tricks To Immediately Double Your Gains. This is a product that is aimed at guys who can't gain.

Just wondering what you all think?

Muscle Killer #1 - Being obsessed with heavy weight.

Ever notice that you FEEL the muscle better on your warm up sets than you do on your „working sets”? Isn’t it so true that the lighter weights often burn way more than the heavy ones? Why do you think that is?

Well, one of the main reasons is that you’re not focusing all your attention on
stabilizing a weight and barely moving it from point A to point B, likely using every muscle in the general vicinity to get it to move and the range is WAY smaller than it was with the lighter weight. The PROBLEM here is that the TENSION has SHIFTED everywhere BUT the working muscle!

“Heavy weights are useless if you can’t FEEL tension on the target muscle!”

You will NEVER build a muscle you can’t FEEL.

MikeC 08-30-2012 10:30 AM

Does he address getting stronger? Of course the body will adapt in 6 weeks if your not trying to get stronger. Am I missing something here?

TitanWIP 08-30-2012 11:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 70sBB (Post 272507)

You will NEVER build a muscle you can’t FEEL.

Umm, what?

http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/a...xx/33cvolz.jpg

leefarley 08-30-2012 11:42 AM

i dont know anyone who builds strength and muscle by lifting lightweights or i;m a missing something

kitarpyar 08-30-2012 02:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by leefarley (Post 272545)
i dont know anyone who builds strength and muscle by lifting lightweights or i;m a missing something

When a bodybuilder says "light", it is light by their standards. Which could be repping 140 lbs dumbbells for DB bench. They could perhaps use 160, but the "form" would be a bit shaky. So a "light" 140 it is with good form.

For an average guy like me, 140 lbs each side would be heavy for DB bench.

Too heavy :(


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