Congratulations for arriving at the most cutting-edge site that reveals how to build muscle without weights – no dumbbells, clunky benches, or awkward pulleys. In this blog you’ll learn the latest scientific principles that not only render weights unnecessary, but turn ordinary calisthenics into neurological neutron bombs that maximize muscle contraction and accelerate muscle fatigue – and that means powerful surges in growth hormone to burn fat and build muscles fast. It all hinges on two key principles: P.O.W.E.R. (Progressive Overload With Equilibrium Response tm) and my O.E.S. (Optimal Exercise Sequencing) System. But more on that later.
You may be interested in the best way to build muscle without weights for a variety of reasons. Maybe it’s because you can’t stand gyms and the people in them. Maybe it’s because you’ve lifted heavy weights and you not only didn’t gain much muscle, but you hurt yourself. Or maybe it’s because you know instinctively that real strength – and real muscle – comes from using the whole body all at once. Whatever your reason, you’re on the right path: I’ll show you the way to powerful chest, back, arm, leg, and abdominal muscles, fast.
As an experienced martial artist in many styles including muay Thai, wing chun kung fu, and ju-jitsu, I was no stranger to bodyweight exercises. And while I certainly noticed increased strength from performing them, I always relied on weights to build muscle. Occasionally there would come along an exercise device and I’d give it a try, only to be disappointed. I owned the Perfect Push Up for a while until I realized the twisting motion (pronation / internal rotation in biomechanics parlance) didn’t do much because it wasn’t resisted – it was a wasted movement. Why? Because unless there is sufficient resistance – and thus sufficient neural recruitment – there is very little growth. From my research I realized I needed to maximize recruitment somehow without resorting to the dumbbell if I was going to build muscle. And that’s when I learned that destabilization was the key. See, when the body is destabilized in an exercise, all muscles have to contract to stabilize the spine, the shoulder girdle, and the pelvic girdle so the limbs can generate and transmit force. And when the whole body contracts like that? It’s like a shockwave to the endocrine and neuromuscular systems signaling repair and restructure!
In future installments I’ll explain my P.O.W.E.R. exercise strategy and the OES system for making your exercise sequences extraordinary, the key foods to build muscle, as well as the very best tools to get the job done anytime, anywhere. Until then, keep training!
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