Isometrics for Mass and Body Fat Loss
Batman's One Arm Lift of A Grown Man
Is isometric exercise the key to building muscle mass and cutting body fat at the same time?
Well isometrics enthusiast Chris asks Batman this question and looks for some clarity:
"First off I will start by saying these concepts are interesting, but my question is how do you gain muscle and lose body weight at the same time by doing isolation isometrics without moving."
Secondly, Chris asks a question about isometrics for size and strength:
"I'm 6'3 and weigh 215 pounds. I want to gain muscle. I want to be around 230 but solid with low body fat with impressive strength and can still move because I tore both my rotate cuffs lifting and I do not want to go through that pain again. Are you sure doing these exercises that your promoting can get me the size and strength I'm looking for?"
Last but not least, Chris asks a common question for Batman, inquiring why Batman shows his strength feat videos in only the strongest range of motion?
"Why in your videos your range of motion on the bench press and leg press is only 2 inches? At least that's what it looks like, and how can this make you run faster and jump higher?
I'm not bashing your site or your clients it's just far fetched that you can gain enough strength to lift somebody over your head with one arm?"
Check out this incredibly informative article for some terrific insight into the effects of isometric exercise training!
Read this article right now or forever hold your peace!
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