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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

An Easy Hardgainer Workout Plan

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Hardgainer Workout

I'm going to show you a training program that will develop muscle quicker than anything you've ever tried before - all in less than 30 minutes a evening.

And get this - you'll train every other evening!

How cool is that :)

While this simple technique operates for each body, it is particularly effective with skinny hardgainers. You know, guys who can't gain weight even if they hook themselves up to an IV dripping pure whey protein shakes into their veins!

The following are the main concepts that you'll come to know, realize, and love:

* We'll stick mostly to compound movements that hit multiple system parts at the same time. No isolation exercises here (for the most component).
* two-4 sets per physical exercise, depending on your encounter.
* 6-10 reps are greatest for adding size.
* We'll set you up on a a couple of-way split program that functions wonders.
* Instruction is done on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (or some other variation that gives you each and every other morning off from instruction).

There will be a "Training A" and a "Training B" - merely alternate the two every training.

Here's the plan:

Workout A

* Squat
* Calf Press
* Tricep Extension
* Barbell Curl

Work out B

* Bench Press
* Pull-down
* Overhead Press

As you can see, the split consists of a "Legs & Arms" morning for Training A and a "Torso" evening for Training B. Do two-4 sets of 6-10 reps for each and every exercise above.

You ought to be capable to get via either workout in much less than 30 minutes. If you can't, you're resting too long in between sets.

The goal with each and every training is to push just a little much more weight than the last time.

I suggest you use this system for 4 to 6 weeks and then go on a maintenance regimen for a few weeks (two to 3 weeks). You can discover much more about this certain strategy at the Stair Step Teaching Program web site.

Remember that eating and recovery have to be done proper in order to make any gains in muscle size.

For more information about how to train yourself out of being a hardgainer, take a look at The Hardgainer's Manifesto.

Reference: Extreme Hardgainer