The Muscle Maximizer

Product Description:

The first thing that really impresses most people about The Muscle Maximizer system is that the graphics and video on their sales page is really beautiful and convincing. Kyle Leon looks pretty good too. This leads many people to wonder if it’s all just slick marketing or is the product really as good as it claims to be.

Kyle Leon is a nutrition expert and a trainer. The guy looks the part and walks the talk. There are no doubts that he has a great body since his rippling muscles are on display right at the top of the page.

The product itself is a massive course with many parts to it. This is excellent training and will take anybody at least a few days to go through the product, understand the info and put it to use.

It is a bestseller online and has sold thousands upon thousands of copies with many testimonials from many satisfied customers. This pretty much proves that the product is solid and beneficial to just about anybody who wishes to build a ripped physique.

The Good Points:

1) The program is extremely targeted towards people’s body types. They refer to it as somatotyping. The system addresses the different body types that men have. This is not a one size fits all solution. Once you have understood what your body type is, you can follow the exact system designed for your body type which is provided in The Muscle Maximizer.

2) There is an excellent, comprehensive exercise demonstration library that teaches most of the exercises you need to know. You will be able to learn the proper form and technique.

3) The program is easy to follow and promises fast results. Of course, the results will not come overnight but you will definitely put on pounds of solid muscle faster than if you were to do it on your own without the specific knowledge provided in The Muscle Maximizer Program.

4) A 100 percent money back guarantee.

The Bad Points:

1) Firstly, this product was created for the US market. That means that most of the measurements do not follow the metric system. If you live in the UK or anywhere that uses the metric system, you’ll have to convert the measurements. You can do it online.

2) The Muscle Maximizer is an online product. You need an internet connection to purchase it and download it. This may cut shipping costs but for those who are not so computer savvy, it may seem troublesome.

3) The program must be consistently followed and is not for people who are half-hearted or just weekend warriors at the gym.

Should You Get It?

This product gets two thumbs up. It is without a doubt a head and shoulders above its peers. Not all online fitness programs are made equal. The Muscle Maximizer is one of the best out there.

It has been at the top of the rankings for years. It has stood the test of time. Only a proven system with thousands of satisfied customers can achieve this. You’ll probably never need to get another bodybuilding guide or video once you have The Muscle Maximizer. That makes this one of the best investments you could make if you want to build an impressive physique.

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Powerful Pushups – Building A Chest Like Georges St Pierre

As you make your way through our Guide you will quickly discover that when you train MMA style you disregard what doesn’t work and focus on what does.

Staying injury free is also a top priority.

With these two things in mind, it’s easy to see why MMA fighters, for the most part, stay far away from things like barbell and machine bench presses (which are very prone to cause injury) and go for an old strength training favorite instead.

The Push Up and all it’s variants in their complete diabolic glory.

The push up (or press up if you’re from England!) builds power and strength in the entire upper body as well as the core. It will be one of the foundations of your upper body training.

They should be performed in high sets as well as high reps. As you build your power and endurance seven or eight sets of twenty five reps is a good goal to shoot for. Until then five sets of five or five sets of ten are where many people start. Top MMA athletes will bang out ten sets of fifty!

If you are unable to do a full push up, start with your knees on the floor until your strength increases. As long as you work hard there’s nothing to be ashamed of.

Keep these tips in mind as you pound out powerful push ups…

Push Ups Should be Done with Your Body as Tight as Possible.

As you drop for each rep keep your legs tight and your abdominal muscle contracted, with your body in a straight line. This type of discipline while doing push ups is what makes it an awesome core exercise as well as building up the more obvious muscles it targets, like the chest, triceps and shoulders. Sloppy form won’t bring half as many benefits.

Explode Off the Floor.

The next thing we will be doing to get the most out of our push up training is to explode as fast as we can off the floor after each rep. This will help you build power and also up the ante for the cardio output of this section of your training.

A higher cardio demand means better conditioning, more perspiration and more calories burnt. Put all this together and your MMA style push ups will make you more powerful, as well as leaner! The more calories you burn while strength training the better you will end up looking.

Place Your Feet on a Bench or Chair to Build Your Shoulders.

Once you get the hang of doing your push ups on a regular basis, do half of your sets with your feet elevated in one of your weekly training sessions. This will switch some of the emphasis of the exercise more strongly onto your shoulders. Working in different styles of push up (there’s plenty more once you become an advanced trainer) will have your chest and shoulders looking like a professional fighter as your conditioning grows. Even small angle changes in a body weight exercise makes it feel like a totally different beast!

Getting your feet wet with push ups is the best place to start with MMA style training. It sets the tone in how we approach our body – as much as possible we aim to get total control over it, using our own weight to build our strength and power. When we have mastered our own body weight we can master nearly anything.

So hit the floor and give me twenty!