Maximum Weight Gain In Ten Weeks
A review of the eBook by Gary
Matthews Maximum Weight Gain In 10 Weeks
A few years ago, I was just finishing
high school and I paid my cousin Gary a visit to ask him if he could
train me in the gym, I knew for a fact that he’s had quite a few years
experience in personal training and specifically in training clients for
bodybuilding. I asked him to train me in the gym because I wanted to put
a bit of size, he said ok and he volunteered to be my personal trainer
for a session. That day, he put me on a 20 minute program that
he’d created, and which are currently included in the Maximum Weight
Gain eBook. The basic philosophy was get into the gym and get out as
quickly as you can, while doing as much as possible within a short
period of time. For the next few months, I tried these 20 minute HIT
Like many, I made my first big mistake in the gym, which was to
revert back to the standard workouts that I had been doing previously –
the volume training where you do 3 or 4 sets per body part. At the gym,
it would have taken me 45min to 1.5 hours to complete the exercises
which was not what I wanted. After a while, I found that the volume
training was causing my body to fall into plateaus all the time, and I
wasn’t gaining much weight at all...
When Gary finished his eBook, I read Maximum Weight Gain in Ten Weeks,
and it turns out that it wasn’t a hard read or difficult to comprehend
at all – very simple. The program doesn’t ask much of you either, which
means you don’t have to train everyday like an Olympic athlete. To my
surprise, the program was exactly like the 20-minute program I started
on! It took me a while to be convinced that this program was superior to
the volume training most people are on, but I eventually reverted back
to the Gary’s 20-minute training program.
"I actually put on more muscle using Gary’s program within a time
period of 4 months then I did a whole year of volume training."
Just after I stopped volume training (the program which I was on before)
I weighed about 200 lbs… I was always a fairly big boned bloke. After
about 6 months of Training Gary’s way, I weight in at 222 lbs.
Which was quite a reasonable gain!
Anyway, I highly recommend Gary’s eBook. It's a good read and tells
you exactly what to do, without the B.S. I was working out about 3-4
days a week before, now I’m only working out 2 days a week. I had to put
more effort into my workouts, train at a higher level of intensity but
over the long run it works out much better. My lifestyle has improved
also -- 2 days a week in the gym is all you need, instead of 4-5 days a
week which most of these magazines suggest you have to do... don’t
believe that crap, it’s really not necessary to train that many times.
Gary's 20-minute program is clearly one of the best bodybuilding
programs I’ve ever tried. I've had a go at all sorts of exercises,
isolation exercises, those workouts where you don’t need a gym – pushups,
pull-ups, situps. Stuff like that. All that stuff just doesn’t work, as
you’ll see from scientific principles..
Gary’s eBook is built upon actual scientific principles. I’ve had
a number of chats with Gary before, and we’d go over a lot of theories,
different theories of bodybuilding and weight loss… the theories that
Gary put together to build this eBook. But the theories and principles
that count (the ones from the eBook) have always stood, and always will
"This program’s not from hearsay; one person in the gym telling
another person in the gym what to do… its fully proven."
If you want to put on decent solid bodyweight, and you want to tone up,
or you want to shed excess weight to make the most of your muscles
visible, then Gary's short interval, high intensity exercises are the
only way to go.
If you want to gain quality mass in a shorter time period, you should
take advantage of Gary's eBook and read the advice carefully. You don’t
need to train like an athlete, I know of a lot of programs that try to
get you to train like an athlete, these programs will tell you that you
have to workout everyday, put in so many hours in everyday… which is
hard for most people, because they can't spare the hours!
Well thank heavens for the laws of physics, as they state that long
hours in the gym isn't necessary. But don’t sweat, Gary doesn’t have
anything like that in his program, for a complete muscle gain solution,
there’s a better way.
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