Where does your strength and power come from to move serious iron?
To put it another way…what body parts contribute the most when doing exercises like squats and deadlifts?
The hips and glutes, ladies and gentleman!
And even better, a recent 2017 study in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research proves this glute movement really is ideal for protecting the spine and knees from unwanted strain commonly associated with squats and lunges, developing strength and power at short muscle lengths and maximizing muscular hypertrophy of the glutes.
The latest research proves that the exercise I’m about to share with you activates more muscle fibers in the glutes than any other exercise in existence.
Top Muscle Building Strategy
This “quick tip” is so simple but I promise you it will make a huge difference in your workout!
Ok, here it goes…
Next time you’re working out on ANY exercise where your body has a stable foundation, like…
* Bench Press
* Seated or Standing Military Press
* Lat Pulldowns
…CLOSE YOUR EYES as you knock out your repetitions!
I know, it’s not some super sexy secret underground training technique that was smuggled out of 1980’s Bulgaria in a cat.
But it does work!
With your eyes closed, you’ll be able to focus your mind on the exact muscle you’re targeting.
Visualize it working and getting bigger and bigger as you pump out your reps (I actually picture the muscle a different color like those Joe Weider diagrams) and you’ll literally FEEL every fiber working much stronger!
Visualization like this was a favorite of Arnold himself! He’d imagine those biceps blowing up into mountain peaks!
I’ve seen many athletes use this trick and every one of them was in utter shock at how powerful this is.
(Note – don’t do this with leg exercises that move your body, like squats, or you’ll lose your balance.)
Give this a try and you’ll be shocked at how effective it is as well.
Want to gain 8 to 10 pounds of solid muscle mass in the next 2 months?