Dear fellow weight lifter,
I have a few questions I want to ask you. Please answer them honestly.
Would you like to quickly and easily increase your bench press… so you can show off to your friends and lifting buddies in the gym… benching more than any of them!
Would you like to drastically increase your power and strength… so you become bigger, better, faster, and stronger for your sport or hobby?
Would you like to pack on some lean muscle mass… so you’re proud and confident enough to take your shirt off and walk the beach?
Would you like to have a powerful, muscular physique that turns heads and gets you noticed… so you can walk with your head high in the air, full of confidence?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions… I have some important news for you.
In fact, I want to promise you something.
And I swear… that if you do this one thing… you’re going to see more muscle and strength gains from your workouts… than ANYTHING else you do.
I mean it. It’s the God’s honest truth.
So here’s my promise: If you focus on increasing the amount of weight you lift on the bench press, you WILL gain more muscle mass.
I promise you. In fact, if you increase your bench press by 20 or 30 pounds in the next month or so… you’ll pack on at least 10 pounds of muscle. Maybe more.
How can I say that? Because year after year, time after time, I’ve seen it happen so many times.
You’ll see right below how I was able to pack on 75 pounds of muscle mass between high school and college.
Look, here’s the truth: You’re only going to gain muscle mass if you get stronger. Because when you force your body to lift more weight… you HAVE to get stronger and add lean muscle mass to handle that additional weight.
In other words… when you have to lift more weight… your body reacts to the additional stress you’re placing on it BY ADDING MORE MUSCLE TISSUE!
If you keep lifting the same amount of weight, over and over again, your body has NO REASON to get stronger OR gain muscle. It can already handle the weight you’re used to.
But when you keep lifting more and more weight… your body must adapt, get stronger, and add muscle to keep handling that additional weight.
That’s how muscle gains are made: It’s by continuously trying to get stronger. When that happens, your body adds more muscle mass to handle this additional stress that’s placed upon it.
And you want to know what else?