Build the Perfect Body with All-New P.O.P (Power of Proportions) Training
For any guy trying to get stand out from the crowd and get noticed, proper proportions are important.
Remember to consult your doctor before starting any diet and exercise plan.
Part 1: Getting Noticed Fast
What's considered the perfect physique? Everyone's going to have a different answer, but from a cultural standpoint, the most visually appealing physiques are the ones loaded with big arms, wide shoulders, small waists and sweeping thighs. Just ask around or take a look at any mainstream media… all so-called ‘good-looking' guys seem to sport the classic X-Frame image.
The Ideal Physique
For any guy trying to get stand out from the crowd and get noticed, proper proportions are important. For any aspiring bodybuilder or fitness athlete, they're absolutely critical! Whether we know it or not, the “ideal physique” is based on geometry – shapes, lines and arrangements that are pleasing to the eye. Guidelines for determining this perfect physique in terms of specific ratios are outlined below:
Proper Proportions: Where Do You Fit In?
Muscular development should be based on geometry – shapes, lines and combinations that are pleasing to the eye. Even though many don't fit this description, here are a set of guidelines as to what ratios are seen as 'proper' in the world of bodybuilding.
Body Parts Ratio:
Create the Illusion of Being Bigger Than Life
To achieve these specific ratios, mindlessly hitting the weights while you train isn't enough. Like a true artist, you have to focus on creating the illusion of being bigger than you are by building proportional muscle with each and every exercise. By doing so, you'll save time in the gym and, in the end, capture attention anywhere you go.
Focus on creating the illusion of being bigger than you actually are by strategically thinking about how you're lifting instead of just going at it blind.
Now that you know what the perfect physique looks like....the question is, how do you build it? The answer: Power of Proportions (P.O.P.) Training. P.O.P. Training is one of the only training regimes specifically designed to help you build muscle in all the right places by addressing physiological attributes and limitations of each muscle group and stimulating typically untrained bodyparts. While following this advanced training program, no exercise will be left unturned and no body part will be forgotten.