Let’s face it; the honest truth is that a good portion of lifters in the gym just don’t seem to care too much about training their lower body.
This limited view of muscle growth is one of the primary reasons why most trainees fail to maximize their results in the gym. They end up settling for mediocrity and never achieving the kind of explosive, monster muscle gains that they are truly capable of.
The muscle building mechanism within the body goes far beyond a simple localized event that happens at the level of the muscle tissue itself!
A great deal of muscle growth also results as the entire body as a whole is placed under stress and adapts on a holistic level. This is achieved through the increased secretion of important hormones such as testosterone and growth hormone.
Now, because you’re a natural trainee and jamming a roid-filled needle into your butt just isn’t your style, you’ve got to find other methods of speeding up the production of these muscle-increasing compounds.
And what is one of the most effective ways to do this?
You guessed it… Hard and heavy leg training! Squats, leg presses, lunges, stiff-legged deadlifts… Did you ever notice how incredibly challenging and downright gut wrenching these exercises can be when performed to a high level of intensity?
Try this out for 4-8 weeks, and then come back and tell me what you notice.
If you’re like 99% of the population, you’ll report that your strength on every single upper body exercise shot through the roof... and that your chest, back, arms and shoulders became noticeably thicker and more muscular as a result.
If you truly don’t care about the size of your legs, then fine, I can’t force you to do so. However, if not for the sake of your lower body, then at least include hard and intense leg training for the sake of those upper body muscles that you care so much about.
It may not seem logical at first glance... but the plain reality is that intense and consistent leg training really is one of the true “secrets” to a massive, ripped and strong upper body!
To learn exactly how to structure an effective leg workout, and to get all the insider tips for training all of your other major muscle groups, make sure to check out www.MuscleGainTruth.com. I lay everything out for you in step-by-step detail, including full training routines, video lessons and more.