Everyone knows that in order to continually get stronger, bigger, leaner or faster you must consistently challenge your body by adding progression. More specifically, you need to always incorporate a progressive challenge to your workouts.

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Although this concept is well known, the methods of how to do this safely, efficiently and effectively are still somewhat of a mystery to athletes and coaches alike.

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In this Blog post series, I’m going to provide you with a multitude of challenging, fun and effective ways to continually gain muscle, increase strength, improve explosiveness and reduce body fat without increasing the load on the bar or dumbbell.

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Beyond Just Adding Weight

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Although adding more weight is certainly a valuable and proven way to progress, there are also many other options that are just as, if not more effective depending on your goals effective. These are the methods I will describe in this and future posts.

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Don’t Misunderstand!

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Before you watch the video below, Let’s get one thing straight. I’m not saying you shouldn’t ever add weight to your lifts. Nor am I saying that adding weight is not important to gaining size and strength. All I’m saying is that adding weight is just one method of many. In other words, its just a tool in the tool box, is NOT the only tool in the box.

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Watch this video and discover the first, simple method to get stronger and improve performance w/o adding addition weight load!

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Stay tuned for Part 2 because I will reveal another simple and very practical method of gaining strength!