THE ULTIMATE GUIDE ABOUT MUSCLE ACTIVATION DURING VARIOUS BODYWEIGHT MOVES LIKE PULL-UPS, DIPS, PUSHUPS, LEG LIFTS, CORE EXERCISES, VARIOUS SQUATS AND SPRINTS - BASED ON SCIENCE!

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Learn How to Optimize Your Bodyweight Training to Stimulate Muscle and Strength Growth, All Based on Scientific Research & My Over 10 Years Experience.

Over 50 pages of detailed analysis on how the muscles recruit and work during various bodyweight and weighted exercises like regular pull-ups, rope pull-ups, chinups, standard pushups, diamond/incline/decline/backward pushups, one-arm and weighted pushups, wide and narrowed dips, various leg lifts, core exercises, different squats and even a deep review of the muscle activity during long and short distance sprints.

The ebook provides in-depth science-based biomechanics and kinesiological study of all the essential and compound bodyweight moves, plus practical recommendations on what exercises to select best to train for strength or hypertrophy. 

How is this helping you?

It will help you train the muscles expertly for better muscle definition, strength, mass and endurance.

You will know precisely what exercise or which type of execution focuses and hits a specific limb or muscle, like what kind of pull-up variation emphasizes more the bices or the lats, or what pushup and dip variant activates the chest better and so forth.

FAST REPS VS SLOW REPS

Speed of execution (explosive or slow), range of motion (deep or half-reps), hand positioning (narrowed, wider, neutral, pronated or supinated), or training on an unstable surface (with gymnastic rings or pushups on a slam ball) generates differences in muscle activity, and consequently, different effects. For instance, explosive exercises and fast execution will train your peak force or dynamic strength, while a slow and controlled execution will activate the muscles better, which is more effective in muscle building. Narrowed dips will activate the triceps more than wider dips which rely more on the chest.

Another example: running long distances will result in fat loss and cardiovascular development, but sprinting in full power also raises the growth hormone, stimulates the fibers to a greater level, making them more powerful and thicker to endure the exertion. The outcome is relative to time and consistency, of course.

WHO ADDRESSES THIS GUIDE?

CALISTHENICS is essentialy bodyweight training!

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE GUIDE?

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ORIGINAL PRICE: $19

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