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Ever questioned why repetitions are grouped together into "sets"? Has anyone ever explained to you why they use “reps” and “sets” in their training? Or, has anyone ever explained which exercises should have high reps or sets and which ones should have low reps or sets? Well, here's the answer! Read More!
Anyone who has ever trained knows that the more productive your workouts are, the faster and greater your results will be. That’s why everyone who trains is always on the lookout for a routine that is really, really productive. Well, here’s a book that offers a whopping 50 different workout routines for trainees at all levels of strength. Read More!
Reg Park discusses the "multi-set system" and why it is important for intermediate and advanced bodybuilders and weightlifters. He offers his famous 3 Month Training Schedule of 10 different illustrated exercises and explains how to apply the multi-set system to your current training routine. Read More!