Friday, 26 May 2017


Every guy wants that classic bodybuilder physique. We all would like bigger muscles and smaller waists, but we don't always go about it the best way. Bodybuilders have the time and genetic gifts to isolate every muscle and hit it with lots of sets in workouts that last more than an hour. But most of us with full-time jobs, families, and average genes don't have that luxury.
 If you want better results in less time, you have to be smarter about your training.That's why we've created the New School Bodybuilding program, to offer you a more scientific and streamlined approach to building a lean and muscular body along with loads of functional strength. Try it for four weeks, and you'll see how modern thinking can get old-school results.
 What is the true indication of a great physique? 
Is it large, peaked biceps? Is it razor-sharp abs?
 Is it bowling-ball shoulders or a wide thick back? None of those are correct.

The real answer is, symmetry. A "Symmetrical Physique" is one in which all body parts flow into each other. No one body part or side of the body is bigger than the other.
If this is an article about building legs, why am I talking to you about symmetry? I'm getting there. I brought up symmetry because too many beginners skip out on leg-training (or just do a half-ass job of it) and build a horrible imbalance between the size of their upper and lower body.
This completely throws off the symmetry of one's physique. There is nothing more ridiculous to see a guy in the gym with a well-developed upper body with toothpick legs.
Target Muscles: Chest and Shoulders, Abs, Legs.
Why It Works:
Rather than train a different body part each workout, you'll work your entire upper body in one session and your lower body and abs in another. This allows for more recovery between workouts—and more of the hormonal release necessary for growth.

You'll use slow negatives (the lowering portion of a lift) on some exercises to hit your muscles extra hard, and a variety of rep ranges to ensure you hit every type of muscle fiber. Best of all, nearly every exercise works your muscles in a functional way, so the strength you gain is applicable to life and sports.

So Let's Start
 1. Tinder To Cinder: Warm up adequately. I mean exactly what I said. After some stretching and a 1-2 light, non-failure sets, go right into your heavy weights, starting with 8-12 reps on the first set and pyramiding up to a heavy weight that only allows 4-6 reps.

2. Combustion: Use compound movements with heavy weights and good form to sear your muscles