Wednesday, August 6, 2008

You are as Strong as your weakest link part 2


This is the second part to my first newsletter with the same title. To recap
a little, you are as strong as your weakest link, which in most cases is
the grip and forearm strength.

In the last newsletter, I gave you some simple grip and forearm training
exercises that you can do with your current training program.

The best training protocol that you should be following is the Push-pull
method of training. This style of training will help sky-rocket your muscle
& strength gains through the roof. This style of training combined with
grip and forearm work will give you such improved strength and muscle development
you will be saying: "why didn't I do this before?"

Now, for those who do not know what the push-pull training method is, I will
explain in brief. It is a training method where the athlete groups all the
pushing muscles together for one training session and groups all the pulling
muscles for the other training session leaving the Leg training portion of
the routine by itself. It may sound simple and the grouping of these muscles
are simple, but the intensity techniques needed to execute this routing successfully
are not. Go to to see the Mass Building Course for complete

I am going to give you some additional forearm and grip training exercises to be
added to what I previously gave you. With this arsenal of exercises to perform
you will never get bored or run out of movements for your grip and forearm

Keep in mind that you should start your grip & forearm training with grip
work first and then the forearm training.

The Exercises - -

1) Grip machine.
2) CAPTINS of Crush Grippers.
3) Plate pinches.
4) Hanging grips.
5) Farmers walk & carry with dumbbells or Kettle Bells.
6) Towel Pulls or chin-ups.
7) Wrist curls on bench.
8) Reverse wrist curls on bench.
9) Reverse barbell curls.
10) Wrist roller.
11) Static contraction Dead-Lifts.
12) Use thick bars when training pulling muscles.

Well, there you have it. There will be more on this topic in a future newsletter.

If you want to take advantage of my sale for the Muscle Conditioning Course DVD's
and get the course for free, go to

until next time, Keep Hanging and Banging.

Yours in health,

Leon Cruz.

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