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I’ve Recently Been Experimenting with Taking Certain Superherbs BEFORE My Strength Training Sessions - and Certain Superherbs AFTER My Strength Training Sessions - Here Are The Results…
By Adam Armstrong
I’ve recently been running a little experiment. On myself. Using my Body as a ‘Research Lab.’
And, the results have been very good. I’ve gotten stronger, and added about 3lbs of muscle.
Here’s what I did…
In case you didn’t know, I’ve been into Strength Training for knocking on for 20 years. And, I competed in the sport of Powerlifting for 5 years.
So, I’m pretty ‘seasoned’ when it comes to lifting weights, getting STRONGER and adding MUSCLE.
Over the years, I’ve done a lot of stuff that worked great, and some stuff that didn’t work out so well. Both ‘training wise,’ and ‘diet wise.’
It’s been my experience that the MAGIC really happens - meaning: the RESULTS come really fast - when you get a Training Program that really works for you, and you also ‘dial in’ your nutrition.
And, I can tell you this:
NOTHING will have a greater effect on the quality of your training sessions, and how you recover from your training sessions,...
Ancient Cultures Used to Worship Strength. In Contrast, Today’s Average Man is Weak and Physically Incapable (and Nobody Seems to Care!). Here’s Why Strength Should be Valued by Every Man - Especially ‘New Alphas’…
By Adam Armstrong
It’s true… in Ancient Times, many successful cultures (including the Romans and Spartans), used to Worship Strength.
To them, if you were not STRONG, you were not a MAN.
Today, times have changed. At least here in the West.
Today, sadly, men are mostly WEAK. They are lacking STRENGTH. In fact, most men are lacking any degree of physical capability whatsoever!
Most men are, I think it’s fair to say:
In this blog post, I want to make a case for ‘Strength.’
I want to show you why strength is not just for ‘Meatheads.’
I want to show you why strength is important for Alpha Males.
And, of course - I want to talk to you a little about how to build strength.
(Note: I’ve been strength training for nearly 20 years. I competed in the sport of Powerlifting for 5 years. My highest Deadlift was 572lbs. And I’ve co-authored/ghost-written best selling books on...