Six day a week gym sessions lifting weights lasting nearly two hours followed by marathon cardio. Complicated split training programs, twice a day training, Olympic lifts, German Volume Training. I've had the pleasure (and sometimes the misfortune) of trying them all in my quest for the perfect workout plan.
What if I told you against tradition and what may seem like common sense, that the best way to get big fast is to actually train much, much less, but with total effort and focus?
That this method has been developed and followed since the late 1960's, is more akin to a science than an art form and some of the top bodybuilders of all time have been its advocates? That the results when followed heroically are mind blowing?
It's all true. Welcome to Mass Muscle Building In Minutes.
By the time you're done you'll be able to use these principles to quickly get huge - all while spending a ridiculously short amount of time in the gym. If you have what it takes to put in the hardcore work HIT demands that is!
Into High Intensity Training
HIT was first introduced to the bodybuilding and fitness world in 1971 by genius super eccentric training guru Art Jones. Jones was a real maverick. The brains behind the first brand of weight lifting machines that weren't garbage, Nautilus (his son also developed Hammer Strength), Jones was a man possessed with the idea of finding the perfect training program.
Armed with desire, a formidable I.Q. and a near limitless bank account to fund studies and pay athletes Jones eventually came up with the HIT principles. To say these were groundbreaking in those early days of bodybuilding is very much an understatement!
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