Power Factor Workout - Maximum Power, Endurance And Size Gains by Pete Sisco

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A Muscle Building Workout Routine for Maximum Power, Endurance and Size Gains
In 20 years of developing strength training workout routines many people told me they specifically want to build more muscle power, longer endurance and size and mass gains. The Power Factor Workout routine is the answer for people who need – or just want – more volume in their strength training in order to reach their goals. It is the first rational, measured strength training workout designed to give you bigger muscles with maximum sustained power and functional endurance.

The Thinking-Man's Workout Routine
It’s easy to create a high-volume workout, you just throw every exercise plus the kitchen sink into the program. Many trainers tell people to do three or four different exercises for each muscle, three or four sets of each exercise and to keep coming back every two days to repeat all of it again and again. The obvious result is people burn out because those workout routines are not sustainable. The overtaining burnout always becomes obvious. But the invisible problem is the low intensity of the exercises is not high enough to trigger the real power, endurance and size gains trainees want.

The Power Factor Workout routine is automatically adaptable to trainees young and old and from beginner to advanced levels of strength and conditioning. The weights used, number of reps performed and rest period between workouts adjusts to your current ability, whether you bench 50 lbs or 700 lbs. Your Power Factor and Power Index numbers will reveal your muscle building progress in both momentary and sustained strength. No more guesswork or blind workouts - you'll know and see the benefit of every exercise and every workout you perform. This is a sustainable, measured, strength training routine that will serve you for a lifetime. Followed to the letter, it cannot fail to build muscle mass and the associated size gains along with athletic power.

Two Simple Measurements That Guarantee Your Success in the Gym
The Power Factor Workout solves both problems of overtraining and sustainability by balancing your performance on the fine line of true high-intensity output for a specified length of time. You never perform a wasted exercise or a wasted workout. That is the holy grail of power/endurance training - working muscles as hard as you can for as long as you can without overtraining. It’s crazy to do that blindly when the Power Factor Workout can give you a simple, easy way to monitor intensity and duration and clearly see your performance on every exercise and for every major muscle group.

The Power Factor Workout routine is absolutely loaded with new, useful information you can apply in your very next workout. You spend hundreds of dollars to join a gym or to buy your own equipment. You probably spend hundreds on healthy food or nutritional supplements to prepare your body for building new muscle…but you can never make consistent, productive muscle gains without a proper training method. Why subject yourself to the wear and tear of blind workout routines week after week and month after month with little or no improvement? Why perform even one more unproductive muscle building workout? Don’t throw away another dollar driving to the gym to do a useless workout or gulping down a supplement that can’t help you if you haven’t stimulated muscle growth in the first place.

Includes link to download the free Power Factor Audio Seminar, Excel spreadsheets that do all the calculations and graphing for you (you just record your weight and reps) and pdf Log Sheets to take to the gym.

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Published March 12, 2012 by www.PrecisionTraining.com. 87 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting.

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