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Throughout the last decade, I have progressed and transformed myself from a 135 pound weakling to a respected figure in the gym. I’ve added enough mass to maintain a defined 200 pound physique on my ectomorph frame. Over the years, my training style has undergone a serious transformation as well.

I can remember lifting weights in my room with my best friend Blake. Weight training entered my life through these workouts. We had a multipurpose machine which consisted of a bench press, leg extension, leg curl, and lat pulldown. I remember the sand filled brown plastic weight plates that we’d load onto the skinny barbell.

Our barbell was a hand-me-down from my uncle and would bend under a mere 100 pounds of those sand filled plates. There are certain memories that stand out to me, as there always are when a person thinks about their past. I remember thinking how impressive it was to see that barbell loaded up and bending. Even more impressive was the fact that I could bench press that bar full of weights! Bending the bar was a sign of strength and power.

The rush from lifting and stressing my body was something I loved from the start. Lifting weights was painful, but for some reason it was a pain that I enjoyed. The work was addicting and the benefits were enticing. I kept weight training high on my priority list, which hasn’t changed since those first rookie workouts. I remember thinking how impressive it was to see that barbell loaded up and bending. Even more impressive was the fact that I could bench press that bar full of weights! Bending the bar was a sign of strength and power.

1. The Creation of Growth Stimulus Training

2. Growth Stimulus Training and the Masses

3. The Core Concepts of Growth Stimulus Training

4. The Growth Stimulus Training Rundown

5. Training Scheduling

6. The Core Exercises

7. Core Exercise Rep and Intensity Schemes

8. The Supplement Exercises

9. Supplement Exercise Rep and Set Schemes

10. Training Order and Split Building

11. Explosive Core Exercise Priming

12. Direct Ab Work

13. Weak Point Training

14. Active Recovery Complex Training

15. One Growth Stimulus Training Session

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