Bruce Lee Strength
Mr. Lindsey my name is Paul Brown. I'm 26. (I have already sent you an email, but I don't know how often you check it and I want to training, so please forgive me for sending the same message twice sir.) I saw some of your articles online and I am interested in isometric training. I have uses it on and off for years, since I was 18 maybe, with some good results, but I have been searching for the perfect routine for my body. I saw Maximetrics on your site and got it. I also have 7 seconds to perfect biceps. My question is, how many reps were you doing to build this frying pan rolling strength? As you know in Maximetrics we're told to do 8 reps of each set of exercises, but in Perfect Biceps, and an article of yours, we're basically told to do 1 set of each exercise. My body already looks really good, so at this point I couldn't care less about making it look nice. I want super strength like yours and Mr. O'brien's. Besides how many reps, how many days a week were you doing the isometrics? In Maximetrics it's twice a week, if I'm not mistaken, and in Perfect Body it's 1 day per muscle group. I'm a full body workout guy so what's best here? I have one more question about A.R.M.. The part about using isometrics, with a 60% contraction, for recovery. Do you do one rep or more?
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