Get ready for the nastiest, sweatiest, most muscle-buildingest workout of all time.
Get ready for the workout guaranteed to turn the scrawniest fan boy into the ultra-quick, ultra-powerful, ultra-muscley bad-ass superhero of his dreams.
Get ready for Deadpool….bitches.
Alright, enough hype….let’s get down to business.
As I mentioned in Part 1 of this series, the Deadpool workout works because it focuses on your nervous system and your fast twitch muscle fibers.
And depending upon the techniques we use, we can train your muscles to be super fast, super strong, super powerful and/or super big.
It’s simply a matter of how we organize the techniques & how much effort & intensity you bring to the workout.
So, what kind of Deadpool body do you want?
- A lightly muscled, super quick, speed demon kind of body
- A heavily muscled, bodybuilder kind of physique
- A freakishly strong body – smaller than a bodybuilder…but scary strong
- The Ultimate Deadpool – a combination of scary strong & freaky fast
I have been beta testing all four workouts over the last 9 months and have seen some amazing results.
- 2 NCAA track & field programs are now using Deadpool training techniques with their sprinters after a successful test with a small group of their freshmen athletes
- A handful of veteran bodybuilders up here in Toronto are using Deadpool techniques to break through some really old, really stubborn plateaus. In fact, the two bodybuilders that I have worked with personally have added more mass in 12 weeks than they had added in the previous 2 years.
- A whole bunch of my strongman & power lifting friends are using Deadpool techniques to increase their power & set new PBs.
- And finally, dozens of my “normal” personal training clients are using aspects of the Ultimate Deadpool techniques to transform their formerly flabby fifty-something bodies into bodies that are leaner, stronger, healthier & more athletic than they have ever been.
One of my clients, a 40 something male who weighed 266 lbs and was initially unable to do a single chin up is now…
- 40 lbs lighter,
- able to do multiple sets of 5 rep chin ups with 90 lbs of weight hanging from his waist,
- sprint hills faster than his teenage son,
- bang out multiple sets of 5 rep push ups with 120 lbs of extra weight on his back,
- able to quit taking medication for high blood pressure and high LDL cholesterol.
So, if this has piqued your interest…stay tuned.
Because on Wednesday, I quit teasing you and lay out the Ultimate Deadpool Workout.
And on the following Monday, I will begin posting daily Deadpool workouts here and on the Facebook page.