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Mass Made Simple by Dan John

What does it take to build solid power and size? Gaining lean body mass is the Holy Grail and the Lost City of Gold and the Atlantis of bodybuilding. It gets talked about a lot, but few seem to unlock the secrets. In the past few decades, Dan John, author of the bestseller, Never Let Go, has found the key to this enigma-It is based on a few principles, a few days a week in the gym and a few key movements.

It sounds simple because it is simple. But dont let simple fool you. This isnt easy. Set aside six weeks, prepare a gym bag to stock with food and enter the world of attaining lean body mass with Dan John as your guide.

Note: The print version of this book is spiral-bound, with the final 42 pages being a typeset training log with the exercises organized to match each workout in the book. In this electronic version, when you get to what would be page 121 in the print book, youll be given a link to a printable PDF version of the training log pages.
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The ebook includes a separate PDF of the training log section that you can print for your training log. Mass Made Simple is a foolproof muscle building plan. The program design is brilliant. It features the safest, technically and loadwise, high rep squat progression I have ever seen. It makes a smart use of ladders and complexes. It delivers. Another two thumbs up for Dan John!

He went on to say that when we first started, our programming was simple and the bulk of the focus was on training hard and trying to lift more weight from session to session. However, at some point, he predicted that everyone would return to a more simplified mindset, very similar to how they were when they first started training. Gems of bulking: 1. Mastery of the basic multi-joint barbell movements 2. A commitment to getting stronger 3. Real improvements come when you squat seriously 4.

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