Build the Perfect Body with All-New P.O.P (Power of Proportions) Training
Unlike other training programs, P.O.P. Training revolves around science and follows 5 basic principles for unmatched muscle growth.
Remember to consult your doctor before starting any diet and exercise plan.
Part 2: The Forgotten Path to New Muscle Growth
Next time you're in the gym, take a look around... you'll see how most guys train the same body parts, week after week, with zero change. Like clockwork, chest and biceps get worked 2 or 3 times a week while the rest of the body gets no attention. This is the most common mistake a bodybuilder can make! All muscle groups, even the most hated and more easily forgotten, must be worked if you want to build that bigger and stronger, head-turning frame! In most cases, it's training the smaller, secondary muscles groups that'll give you the look you want. For instance, if you want bigger arms you need to train your triceps more than your biceps. And, if you want to build a chest that enters a room a good 2 seconds before you do, you need to do a lot more then just bench press.
P.O.P. Training addresses all of this, plus much more. It goes one step further than other ordinary training programs by examining the human anatomy and providing a workout plan that will force you to train muscle groups that you forgot even existed.
5 Basic Principles of P.O.P. Training
Unlike other training programs, P.O.P. Training revolves around science and follows 5 basic principles for unmatched muscle growth:
- Always emphasize your slowest-growing and/or least-developed muscles.
Give your weak points priority in your workouts, training them first when your energy and strength are at their highest.
- Do not train all muscle groups equally hard or with the same number of sets.
Some muscle groups require more attention than others. Do more work for the weak muscles and less for the strong ones.
- Never try and build every muscle group to its maximum size potential.
Some muscles (i.e. lower pecs, front delts, upper thighs, obliques and traps) grow too fast. Their growth should be kept in check for the sake of proper proportions.
- Focus on different sections of the muscles you train.
Basic exercises are important for mass, but don't necessarily give the full, round look most people want. Hit the muscle group from all angles to achieve the best results.
- Muscles respond to change.
Change up your training regime from week to week by alternating exercise order and changing number of reps and sets.
Follow these 5 simple rules every time you step foot in the gym and prepare yourself to experience muscle and strength gains like you never thought possible! Don't believe it... just take a look at the top industry pros. They have all built their champion-like physiques by incorporating these same rules into their workout routines.