Pushing Yourself To Power - Peterson J. - Book
  • Pushing Yourself To Power - Peterson J. - Book

Pushing Yourself To Power - Peterson J. - Book

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From zero push-ups to 500 push-ups in six weeks or less - Guaranteed! 'sPushing Yourself to Power's provides you with everything you need to know to help
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From zero push-ups to 500 push-ups in six weeks or less - Guaranteed! 'sPushing Yourself to Power's provides you with everything you need to know to help your body achieve its natural, God given strength and fitness potential. Whether your desire is simply to slim down and shape up, or to build your maximum all around functional strength, athletic fitness, and natural muscularity, you will find complete training strategies specifically tailored to the achievement of your personal goals. Precisely illustrated with hundreds of clear, detailed photos showing every facet of every exercise, you'sll never have to guess if you'sre doing it right again. You'sll achieve the stamina you'sve always wanted in less time than it requires to drive to a gym and change into exercise clothes. Feel what it'ss like to have twice as much energy as you ever thought you'sd have... This how it basically works: When you lift a 25 pound weight, two things work together: The weight offers resistance, and your muscle provides the effort. This will make your muscle work hard and which eventually leads to muscle breakdown. Your body, being incredibly smart, rebuilds the muscle better - seeing that it now needs more strength. This is the basis of all body-building theory. Weight training, essentially, fools your body into thinking it needs to develop efficient muscles to exist. So it does. So, resistance + effort = growth. In normal weight lifting, you provide half of the equation: Effort. In PYTP, you need to provide BOTH the effort AND the resistance. With PYTP, you have to provide the 25 pounds of resistance with one muscle so you can reap the benefit of 25 pounds of effort with the other. This is where the 'sPushing's part comes in. If you are unwilling to push yourself, you will get a lame workout, and get no results. There is a tremendous upside to this: You see, if you do a set dumbbell curls you pick a weight that you can lift 8 or 10 times. The problem is that your muscle has different needs at the beginning of a set than it does at the end. If I can curl 50 pounds 8 times, that means the first couple of reps are too easy for my bicep, whereas the last couple are actually too hard. And these last reps can actually be a problem... because your muscle is breaking down and getting weaker, the stress of the weight is now being partially borne by your joints and tendons... this is how 'slifting's injuries can occur. It isn'st just bad technique... sometimes it is simply working with a weight that is too heavy... PYTP works like a dumbbell that magically changes resistance as you go. So it is heavier for the first couple of reps when you start out, and gets lighter as your muscle fatigue. That'ss the theory behind PYTP. And, if you focus and concentrate, you can achieve this. There is a website too, and John Peterson is actually involved in the website. Ask him you specifiq question and he'sll answer it right away! http://www.bronzebowpublishing.com Seven Attributes of Dynamic Fitness - Profiles of Heroes - Transformatics Training System 1. a. Deep Breathing - b. Super Joints - c. Chest exercises 2. Nutrition 3. Energy 4. Abs 5. Neck 6. Shoulders 7. Back 8. Biceps 9. Triceps 10. Forearms 11. Thighs 12. Calves Power Calisthenics - From 0 Push-Ups to 500 Push-Ups in six Weeks or Less - Guaranteed! - Your Personal Guarantee
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