Advanced Body Weight Training
Steve Maxwell shares with you how to use the weight of your body for increased strength and hypertrophy.
Discover how with nothing more than a horizontal bar, you can get a full, productive workout... safely... Anytime, anyplace, anywhere.
Steve's modern-yet-classical approach to training minimalism liberates you from the expenses of:
- gym memberships
- costly equipment
- time you don't have
You'll no longer worry about missing out on your training because of:
- family functions
- business travel
With Steve Maxwell's advanced body weight conditioning program
- every room in your house
- every stairwell
- every garage and public park
- ... even your jail cell -- if that's where you're at --
... becomes your personal training gym.
HERE'S THE GOLD:
Steve will offer the secret of ancient martial arts masters to produce incredible muscular tension via the principle of antagonistic co-contraction (AC).
By applying AC you can make even simple exercises, such as body weight squats and push-ups, incredibly demanding and productive.
IN THIS SEMINAR YOU WILL LEARN:
- The 5-Pillars of movement-based BW training
- Why generating high-muscular tension is virtually synonymous with strength
- Why exploiting this tension factor is not only one of the hardest ways to train -- but also the safest
- Why explosive training and plyometrics are not the best option -- for body weight training nor anything else
- How to manipulate the mid-range and position of full-contraction to super-charge your pull-ups, chin-ups, and BW Rows
- A modern twist on the use of isometric exercise called Timed Static Contraction (TSC)
- The difference between stunts, feats, and proper strength training and why training to demonstrate strength isn't your best bet when training for other sports
- How to organize your training program with rational design
- The importance of recovery and improving upon recovery-ability
- The six common dysfunctional breath patterns -- and why it's better to not train at all if you can't command the respiration.
- Proper breath control and breathing during exercise