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How Hard Should You Work Out

Are you working out hard enough?

If Arthur Jones were here today he would ask you...

"Have you ever vomited as a result of doing one set of curls?"

"Or passed out cold after three or four exercises for your arms?"

If your answer is no, he would tell you...

"You are NOT training hard enough!".

Next he would tell you...

"Make exercise harder".

"Anything you do that makes your workouts harder will improve your results".

If you want the fastest muscle building results, you have to generate the maximum amount of growth stimulation, while at the same time being sure to not exhaust your recovery ability.

Your muscles won't grow if your workout intensity is too low, but they also can't grow if you are over training.

Over training would be training too much or too often, but it is also training too hard for too long.

So in order to get the best results you have to:

1) Make sure your workouts are never longer than an hour.

2) Do not train too often, no more that 3 or at most 4 workouts a week.

3) Have periods when you train as hard as possible.

4) Also include periods of lower intensity workouts.

The New HITMAN program will take you step-by-step through eight engineered training periods. It will guide you on when to go all out and when to hold back as well as when to change exercises, techniques and workouts.

It's unlike any other workout program you've ever tried and people using it are gaining up to 20 to 30 pounds of new muscle in only 2 to 3 months!

Get your own copy of the new HITMAN High Intensity Training Manual today.

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