6 weeks after I started training, I was able to pack on 15 lbs of muscle (check out my right arm..it’s getting bigger as well as stronger!)
And finally after 5 months and 3 weeks, I gained a total of 39 lbs of muscle, with my end weight at a whooping 187 lbs! And now I’m going to show YOU how to do the same..
Bodyweight Training has been PROVEN to have greater muscle building capabilities than weightlifting (and they’ve been hiding this from you for a long, long time).
You CAN become as big, if not bigger than those meatheads you see in the gym by applying the correct bodyweight training protocols.
Stop wasting your time with burpees, planks, prisoner squats, dive-bomber pushups…those kinds of exercise will never build you any muscle.
Here’s The REAL TRUTH About How This Proven System Works, And How You Can Put It To Work For YOU.
You’re about to find out how YOU can pack on as much muscle as you want without lifting weights, without expensive gym memberships and without fancy miracle supplements or any of that “acai berry” crap.
You’re about to go deep into thee somewhat twisted world of bodybuilding and fitness. You are about to find out what happens when things go exactly opposite of what the whole world is expecting to happen.
Here’s The “Back Story” Behind One Of The Most Controversial Experiments In The History Of Muscle Building
Before we go further let me make it clear that I have a withered right arm with only one finger on it. You could probably see this from the above photos…and you’re probably wondering what’s the relevance of me telling this to you. But as you carefully read this story you’ll see how everything comes together.
I was born with the genetics of a typical skinny guy. My highest weight ever was about 148 lbs at a height of about 6ft. All I ever wanted was to be a “big guy”. In June 2008 I got tired of being skinny and decided to pack on some muscle. So I tried to take up weightlifting.
Every single gym I went to, people kept treating me like some kind of “cripple”. None of the instructors would let me train with proper weights. My right arm was kind of fragile and I guess they didn’t want to be held liable in case I got injured while training or something.
That sucked because I knew I could handle it, but these bozos wouldn’t give me a chance. So after spending countless hours doing nothing in the gym, I got pissed off. It got me thinking:
I mean, the ancient warriors and gladiators had built some amazing physiques long before weights were invented, right? So I took up bodyweight training.
Unfortunately majority (if not all) of the bodyweight training programs around don’t teach about muscle building. They talk about fat loss, conditioning, getting “lean”. So I was like, “Forget this crap. I need to build some real muscle.”
I started to do some hefty research on how the old time strongmen used to train before weightlifting came into play. I also got in touch with a relative of mine who was in the military. I squeezed every single detail from him as to the way they trained, what they did any why…the works.
Soon enough I began to apply the techniques I had learned from both the strongman era and the military. I began to see how they worked in real life, on my own body. I quickly began to filter out the facts and all the good stuff from the useless info.
People thought I was an idiot for trying to build muscle using bodyweight training. After all, everyone says you can’t build muscle without weights, right?
I was already scrawny to start with so it’s not like anything was at risk here. Plus, those bozos at the gym never wanted to train a skinny little “weirdo” with a bad arm. I really didn’t have many other choices.
To tell you the truth, I was kind of nervous and unsure about the whole thing. Was it just a waste of time? What if it didn’t work? But I got to it and trained like an animal. I tested and tweaked techniques and protocols.
The first several weeks was hell, and I even thought of quitting. But I kept strong and went on and as the months flew by my anxiety quickly turned into shock and excitement because