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How to Force Muscle Growth

What do you do when you absolutely need to force muscle growth? There is one technique that works across the board for everyone from the easy gainer to the hard gainer. And that technique is to drop your current training system and switch over entirely to a minimalist workout program.

The minimalist tag refers to the major muscle groups you focus on. For the weight load, it isn't a minimalist workout at all but more of a maximum approach.

Cut out all of your training and focus on just working the thighs and back. Perform two workouts a week and load up on these two areas like never before. Spend the first half of the workout on tons of deep, heavy squats and lunges, and the second half of the workout on deadlifts, chinning, heavy bent rowing, 1-arm T bar rowing and explosive rowing. Perform this workout twice a week, with at least 2-3 days of rest between each workout.

Although this workout centers on the thighs and back, the results of the training bring gains throughout the body. The metabolism is given a hard core jolt and the body starts to build muscle everywhere.

This workout is effective because it targets the body's biggest muscle centers, the thighs and the back, and when they start growing, everything else starts growing as well.

This workout approach allows you to put all of your energy on the two muscle groups that matter the most and when you do so you force the muscles to respond by getting much bigger. A good cycle of training on the thighs and back is just the right prescription for strong growth.


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