Download e-book for iPad: 51 Days. No Excuses by Rich Gaspari

By Rich Gaspari

ISBN-10: 1939447143

ISBN-13: 9781939447142

In fifty one Days No Excuses, wealthy Gaspari invitations you on a fifty one day problem to rework your physique and brain with a no excuses strategy at a way of life swap. With the fifty one day application, it will be significant you remain the direction and discover that you're the simply person who can carry you again. during this ebook you won't in basic terms obtain a regular nutrition and workout plan, yet tales of overcoming stumbling blocks, own setbacks, and the way to stick stimulated within the face of adversity. it isn't important in the event that your target is to be a bodybuilder or to only get in larger form, you'll get leaner, greater, ripped and larger within the correct areas with Rich's application in addition to inspired. and also you do not have to fret should you shouldn't have all of the correct apparatus, when you believe too small, or in case you imagine you're previous your leading. Rich's fifty one day software gets you on track to feeling and looking nice. cease the justifications this present day and watch your physique and brain swap.

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How do I know? Because I did it. DAY 1: THE DAILY WORKOUT Each day you will find two different workouts, the Hard Gainer and the Muscle Builder. You decide which one fits you better. A Hard Gainer is someone who has a hard time gaining weight through exercise. If that is you, please follow the Hard Gainer routine each day. Everyone else please follow the Muscle Building routines. THE MUSCLE BUILDER: CHEST & ABS (Take 45 seconds - 1 minute rest between each set) Incline dumbbell press – 4 sets of 8-10 reps Incline dumbbell flys – 4 sets of 8-10 reps Decline cable flys – 4 sets of 8-10 reps Superset: Dumbbell flat bench, Pec Dec – 4 sets of 8-10 reps Crunches – 4 sets of 25-30 reps Leg raises – 4 sets of 25-30 reps CARDIO 20-30 minutes interval cardio on treadmill HARDGAINER WORKOUT: CHEST/BACK/BICEPS/TRICEPS/CORE Modified Compound Superset #1 – Take 45 seconds rest before moving on to the 2nd exercise Incline Dumbbell Press: 3 sets of 4-6 reps (45 Sec Rest) Barbell Bent Over Row: 3 sets of 4-6 reps (1 min rest) Modified Compound Superset #2 – Take 45 seconds rest before moving on to the 2nd exercise Flat Dumbbell Bench Press: 3 sets of 6-8 reps (45 Sec Rest) Chin-Ups: 3 sets of 6-8 reps (Strap on weight if you can)(1 min rest) Note: If you cannot perform the Chin-up, either have someone spot you by using your legs off their hands for leverage or have them spot-push you up by the waist.

Yeah, they go through the motions, but they stick to pretty easy stuff and don’t often break a sweat. If you ask, they have a million excuses why they aren’t as big or strong as they’d like to be. ” Learn to live by that mantra. Most people never build an extraordinary physique because they can’t handle the pain, and they stop their sets before they’ve really stimulated any growth. Think about it for a minute. What’s the most painful body part to train? That’s easy—legs. There are few things you will ever do in life that are as excruciating as a 20-rep set of squats, drop sets of leg extensions, or super-setting hack squats and lunges.

Can you take it on with the same sense of urgency and importance as you do your workout? You have to rest. You have to make recovery a priority. It’s not just a nice break from the action. It’s not optional. It’s an imperative. You have to take days off from the gym—and you have to get your sleep. In fact, I would argue that ignoring the need for sleep is having a devastating effect on our society at large. I have a friend in the medical profession who swears America is going to kill itself due to lack of sleep.

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