developing a weight lifting routine

Do you want to be able to see muscle in your arms, legs and abs, but feel like you’re just spinning your wheels with your efforts? Want to feel strong and capable, and excited to work out? Specifically, do you avoid long “dreadmill” sessions at all costs, and skip the joint aches and pains that often accompany traditional cardio exercise? Last year, the New York Times’ fitness story of the year was that short, intense workouts are incredibly effective for getting leaner, stronger, fitter and healthier overall. The type of sessions they covered ran the gamut from one (yes, one) minute to 30 minutes. (Insert joke about six- versus seven-minute abs here.) In the vast majority of cases, something is better than nothing, sure, but a fast-paced workout can be better than just about anything. No kidding. Some of us have known for a while now that doing super-short metabolic-resistance-training sessions — in other words, lifting weights faster — can burn more fat, build more muscle, rev your metabolism, and improve your work capacity better than typical aerobic exercise sessions (which often take much, much longer and deliver less of a payoff). In other words, strength...


Attention weight lifters, bodybuilders, or anyone looking to get a stronger, more muscular physique… As you probably already know… having a big bench press is like a badge of honor. Plain and simple… it gets you respect and attention in almost every area of your life. It’s a measuring stick that you use with your buddies. The one with the biggest bench is usually the most respected. The strongest is usually the most respected (and most feared!) Having a big bench usually means you’re strong and in shape. In fact my football coaches in college were dead serious about knowing how much I could bench press and tested it several times a year. You see they knew something that most people don’t….. Increasing your bench press will also increase the amount of muscle mass you have on your entire body! It’s true… and it’s because of 2 reasons. First, when you keep lifting more and more weight, your body must add muscle mass so that it can handle that additional stress (weight) you’re placing on it. And second, heavy intense lifts like the bench press releases anabolic hormones into your bloodstream… things like testosterone...


Confused by the overload of fitness programs and information online? Follow the exact program that took me from 155lbs of fat to 125lbs of lean muscle! Hey, I’m Allison Green! You may know me from my band Millionaires or from the TV show, Bad Girls Club. Now I want to guide YOU through your fitness journey! After living a hard partying, always on the road, musician's lifestyle with my band Millionaires, it started to take a toll on me inside and out... I constantly felt sick, had no energy, and at my heaviest I weighed 155lbs! When it got to the point where I couldn’t even button my pants, I knew I needed to transform myself... First I tried experimenting with a ton of different workout routines including Circuit Training, Bodybuilding, Yoga, and Strength Training... After bouncing around between these workouts, I decided that I needed to come up with ONE program and commit to it in order to transform my body. So I worked with my fitness team to combine what I liked from these other workouts in order to develop a unique Diet and Exercise program for myself. Now I want to give you the EXACT...


...under what crazy ass circumstances would you go out and spend $250,000 for a Lamborghini, knowing full well it has the engine of a Prius underneath the hood? Sounds crazy, right? That’s because it is. Why not just drive down the street to the Lamborghini dealer and buy the real thing; having the best of both worlds—Looks and performance? What would be the point of shelling out the cash if you don’t get to experience the Lamborghini’s true horsepower and performance? Imagine even revving it up next to a Honda Civic. It’d leave you looking like a tool! I don’t know about you, but despite the car looking pretty with all the attention you’ll be getting, I’d be more excited about driving that bad boy and feeling its true power. That’s what truly completes the experience Lifting weights strictly for muscular size and to look good aka bodybuilding is like a guy who loves to build show cars, but never wants to drive them. Even though he puts in every ounce of effort and dedication into making that car look pretty, it will ultimately end up sitting at a garage...


The SECRET WEAPON for lifting heavier weights, building bigger muscle and being more athletic... REVEALED! I thought, "Why take the time to strengthen my hands, which amount to about 5% of my entire body, when I have so many other goals to accomplish?" Of all the things I've tried, increasing my Grip Strength had the biggest effect on my strength performance EVER! And while you may see slightly different numbers, I GUARANTEE that you will see strength increases once you start training your Grip seriously, too. This DVD will show you how you can implement Grip Strength Training into your current program without any hassle. Grip Strength often gets the reputation of being a “hand strength thing” but it is much more than that. Grip is everything from the elbow down. Many muscles in the forearm cross at points from the top of the elbow, to the wrist, and furthermore out through the fingers and thumbs. Grip Strength is the Measure of a Man! Think about it - when you shake someone's hand, you can tell a LOT about that person just by their hand shake. A good solid hand shake conveys confidence and poise, while a dead fish hand shake...