Monday, May 25, 2009
Bad Trainers Will Hurt You!
Whats Up Everybody,
Have you ever bought a muscle building product and gotten injured because you didn't know how to do the exercises in the program?
Have you ever felt confused when trying to follow a program you've found online and gotten discouraged that you weren't making any progress?
Everybody’s reason for working out is different. You might want confidence, you might want to lead a healthier, stronger life, you might want to get noticed and not always be the skinny kid in the room. Whatever the reason, you seek advice online from a “qualified” trainer.
Most internet gurus and trainers will injure you. They demonstrate and teach bad form in their videos and probably have never really lifted heavy weights.
If you don't practice good form and you’ve never really been under the bar, how can teach it to others!
Jim Smith, a strength coach in the industry and a good friend of mine, just developed a new muscle building program called Accelerated Muscular Development (AMD).
AMD provides a step-by-step guide for a complete muscle building system. The system shows you how to:
- incorporate a dynamic warm-up prior to your workout
- activate muscles and improve mobility
- rehab injuries
- improve your movement
- BUILD SOLID MUSCLE AND GET STRONGER
ALL WITH PROPER FORM AND IN 3 SHORT WORKOUTS A WEEK!
When Jim sent me his new Accelerated Muscular Development muscle building system, I realized it was very unique. He is passionate about teaching people the right way to train that he not only does he provide step-by-step visual exercise pics in the program but he also created a Youtube site dedicated to correct form for all of the exercises in the program.
Most muscle building products show you a bunch of exercises and give you a 12 week program – AND THAT'S IT! They don't show you how to CREATE YOUR OWN STRENGTH ROUTINES, so you can learn and educate yourself on how to add muscle and get stronger according to your needs.
PS: Get ready for this innovative new product Accelerated Muscular Development
Posted by Dustin Lebel at 4:22 PM