You believe you train hard and that’s great! If you are giving it your all and are totally pumped and exhausted by the end of you workout then you cannot question your commitment. But, are you getting from point A to point B in the quickest possible way?
Efficient training is the best way to train. You won’t be compromising perceived effort or rate of exertion, but you will be assisting optimal muscle growth.
By lowering your weight and really focusing on the muscle group you are training is the most efficient way to train. It reduces the risk of injury and puts your maximum effort into stimulating the target muscle group.
Most people will go to the same commercial gym year after year. Look around you. How many of these people can you say have visually added muscle mass to their frame in the last year, including you? The answer will likely be zero.
Contact us today – to train efficiently and watch the growth occur!
Your author, Ken Ross is a current competitive natural bodybuilder with INBA PNBA Global. In 2007, Ken started at ground zero mentally and physically. Ken has now competed in 138 INBA PNBA Global competitions, is the world record holder for INBA competitions, is a PNBA Pro Bodybuilder, is in the INBA Hall of Fame, is the INBA PNBA Global World Ambassador, is the INBA PNBA Global New Zealand President. has created 29 INBA PNBA Global Olympia, Universe or World Champions, and Ken also coaches athletes globally for natural bodybuilding competitions.
Founding Director of FLEXR6 Fitness Solutions and a natural bodybuilder for 37 years. Ken is based in Australia and currently competes at the international level. Ken is a current PNBA Pro, INBA Hall of Fame Inductee, INBA PNBA Global New Zealand President, INBA World Ambassador, multiple Asia Pacific, Natural Universe & Natural Olympia gold medallist, Competition Preparation Coach, writer for Iron Man Magazine and has competed in 138 INBA shows! Ken is also a qualified Personal Trainer & Nutrition Coach. Read more about Ken or get in touch via the contact form.