Shane Heins - Clubbell Mass Evolution / No Pain, All Gain! [2010 г., фитнес, ОФП, тренинг с булавами, DVDRip, ENG] (Видеоуроки)

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Shane Heins - Clubbell Mass Evolution

No Pain, All Gain!
Страна: USA
Тематика: фитнес, ОФП
Год выпуска: 2010
Язык: Английский
Продолжительность: Указано отдельно-Описание:
Программа The Clubbell Mass Evolution (Упражнения с Булавами - в Массы) включает в себя:
- 40 упражнений с булавами, которые сопровождаются более чем часовыми видео инструкциями
- 3х-месяный комплекс упражнений, специально разработанных для увеличения мышечной массы
- Разминочный комплекс для подготовки тела к интенсивной нагрузке
- Компенсирующий заминочный комплекс для предотвращения напряженности при росте мышечной массы
- Инструкции, подробно описывающие каждый шаг программы для вашей уверенности в правильности работы по программе
Вы готовы?-“Coach Shane Heins of Gymnos Evolution has assembled what may very well be the next stage in Clubbell Mass Evolution: stunning, above-and-beyond production quality, leave-no-stone-unturned instructional value, and exhaustive, unique content and program design for building functional muscle might using the oldest and most used weight training tool in history: the Club.” (Scott Sonnon, Inventor of the Clubbell System)
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A Muscle Mass Building Program Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Seen Or Experienced Before
That’s right: EVER!
WARNING: Proceeding beyond this point will cause a shift in training paradigm, resulting in packing on and keeping the muscle you’ve struggled for so long to attain.
For those few who already have it, venturing forth will force you to step out beyond your comfort zone and give you access to muscle in a way you never knew existed.
Last chance….there’s no turning back after this…
In the age of modern physical culture, the pursuit of gaining lean muscle mass has been sought after relentlessly, while remaining mostly elusive to the vast majority.
It is a field of interest that has spawned numerous branches, turning it into a multi-billion dollar industry.
Yet for all the resources available, the majority of people just can’t seem to develop the strong, solid and empowering lean muscle mass they know, deep down in the guts of their DNA, to be their birthright.
What if that was because the single most essential ingredient to building muscle was missing?
I’m not talking about some conspiracy theory by the industry to keep us all in the dark and struggling with our ability to put on lean muscle mass, so they can make more money. I’m talking about their not even acknowledging it was there.
That’s right. An actual evolutionary step in the quest to “Pack It On”.
Now I’m one of those who fall under the category of “Hard Gainer”. I’ve always been a lean guy and packing on the muscle has never been easy. Over the last year, I underwent a journey to finally face that challenge head on. To discover what was stopping me, while coming to a deeper understanding of what it means to undergo a significant transformation. A journey that forced me to ask: “Why do I want to build muscle mass?” A seemingly simple question with a seemingly obvious answer. Or is it?
There are LOADS of muscle gaining programs available. Why are they all failing us? Do they not actually work? That’s not it at all. Many of those programs do work in putting on muscle mass. But their approach ends up being the greatest obstacle to our accessing what they have to offer.
The Bodybuilding Paradigm is Dead:
We’re not going to get into all the arguments of what “bodybuilding” means. For our purposes, we will use it in the way that is most commonly acknowledged by the general public. Training fashioned after that of professional bodybuilders. It just so happens to be the approach adopted by the industry and the masses to become what is now “conventional training”. A system familiar to all and still used by most. That is especially true when it comes to building muscle mass.-So why is it dead?
It’s mind numbingly boring.
It usually requires a gym.
It leaves us bound up and feeling tight.
It hurts.
And here’s the kicker….
It’s focused on transforming your physique!
Okay, hold on. Isn’t that the point?!
Is it?
“Why DO you want to build muscle mass?”
When I’d decided to undergo the process of putting on significant muscle - an extra 20 lbs on my normal weight, an extra 36 lbs from where I was starting - it was to gain a better understanding of what those who were striving for major fat loss goals underwent. Fat loss is not a challenge I have had to face. But that didn’t mean I couldn’t go through the process, which is essentially that of a major transformation. I don’t say a physical transformation, because it goes beyond that.
I needed to choose a goal that:
had previously been difficult for me to achieve due to my physical disposition.
required a change in my eating habits.
would make me do things I didn’t want to do.
Well packing on muscle mass was it!
The irony was that I’ve always been attracted to putting on muscle mass. But all the programs and info that were readily available stopped me in my tracks. I tried a few of them. I had limited results. I couldn’t be bothered to try the others because no matter how you dressed it, it was still the same program.
Endless repetitions of the same basic movements (with slight variations but no increase in sophistication)
A need for all kinds of equipment that required my going to a gym
To develop the massive chest of a dude who looks just like every other dude on a fitness cover
To have Bulging Biceps
To crunch and diet my way to Washboard Abs
Bulking up, only to cut down
To create the “Perfect Body”!
The Perfect Body… What is it?
One thing this world has, that many of these programs don’t appear to have, is diversity. Let’s be honest and lay it out right here, right now: There is no “THE Perfect Body”!!
There is only the development your body undergoes when exposed to specific training stimulus. The adaptation and natural expression of your body to that training IS, however, PERFECT.
And don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise.
Now, in all fairness, there have been leading muscle mass proponents out there who have come at it from a perspective of building self-confidence, improving your quality of life, etc. And personally I think that’s great! As a guy who has never been attracted to building the perfect physique as my reason “Why?”, I very much appreciate it.
But as soon as we explore further, we’re right back to physique. With statements like: develop a broader chest, to maximally hit your shoulders, drinking sufficient water give your muscles a fuller look, having that “look” will give you the confidence to walk into a room and own it.
The end result of the ultimate muscle bound physique IS NOT what will give you confidence. It’s the journey of undergoing a major transformation, and trusting what you have to bring to the table, that will.
Have you discovered the missing, single most essential ingredient to building muscle mass yet?
There are programs out there that say only 1 percent will follow through and get the physical results they desire. 1 PERCENT! That’s great for them, but what about the rest of us. Does that mean the other 99% are doomed to be weak, with atrophied muscles, low sense of self worth and unfulfilling lives? Does that mean the other 99% are lazy? Apathetic? Uncommitted?
Not in the least. It just means there isn’t a powerful enough REASON WHY! If packing on muscle mass to develop the ultimate physique was powerful enough, we’d all look like crazy buff action superhero’s right now.
So what IS important then?
The reasons I have heard are innumerable. And if you listen carefully, you’ll hear them too:
I want to be able to play with my kids without doubling over or putting my back out.
It’d be great to not feel trashed after my workday (hard labor).
Who wants to be an invalid when they get older? I don’t. I want to be independent and able bodied until the day I drop.
I injured my shoulder while doing dumbbell presses. I can’t sleep on it which kind of sucks, because if I want to hug my wife at night I need to be laying on it and can’t do it for more than a few minutes.
And the reasons go on…
These are the motivating forces that drive us. These are the powerful “why’s”. These are the reason’s each and every one of us can gain the muscle mass that has, for so long, eluded us.
Alright Shane, I’m with ya on this one. So where do the Clubbells and your actual training program come in?
Well now that you have your “Why?”, a reason deriving from deep within rather than mere exterior motivation, you need a program that supports it.
The “bodybuilder” format doesn’t support your true motivation.
As a natural consequence of being focused on the development of physique, that is where it ends. It is a limitation in and of itself. Our bodies have an intelligence all their own. You can’t trick it into thinking you’re gaining muscle mass for more than just a physical appearance by saying that’s what you’re going to do it for, yet still doing the same old stuff. You have to put the action behind the intention.
You want to be able to handle yourself better?
You need strength and balance.
You want to improve your performance, whether as an athlete, a weekend warrior or for the first time exploring a physically vibrant life?
You need functionality.
You want to be free of debilitating pain, as a result of training, that stops you from being able to enjoy the rest of your life?
You need specific, active recovery.
You want to be excited about your training, rather than dreading it or becoming bored?
You need progressive levels of increasing movement sophistication.
You want the time, effort, blood, sweat and tears you’ve put into your training to open up opportunity’s for you to do more beyond the gym doors?
You need skill building development.
Now there are many ways out there to attain the above mentioned qualities. But we’re not here for those. We’re here to Build Lean Muscle Mass! And we’re going to do so, while gaining and keeping all the aforementioned benefits.
I have never been as excited and motivated as I am now to pack on the muscle mass. I have never gained muscle mass at the speed at which I am now gaining it. I now see it as a possibility that I can tap into whenever I wish for the rest of my life.
The Clubbell Mass Evolution is a program that utilizes the revolutionary system of Circular Strength Training and the innovative tool, the Clubbell, both created by Scott Sonnon, to augment time tested and scientifically proven mass gain protocols and bring you an Evolutionary Muscle Mass Building program unlike anything out there.
Move through all 6 Degree’s of Freedom that our bodies are meant to, for muscle you can actually use.
Master body awareness through mastering the most “inefficient training tool”, and master your relationship to a constantly fluctuating environment.
Develop the super-strength that the gained muscle is meant to support.
Torch the fat while building the mass.
Say goodbye to “I do a bit of cardio….because I have to.”
Say hello to pain-free training that will let you do more, gain more, live more!
Maximally recover through specific compensation to release tension and maintain overall structural and muscular balance. Translation: Avoiding injury!
Create a solid network of connective tissue that won’t fail you when calling upon the reasons for having muscle.
Have fun and enjoy training hard!
Last but not least?
Unveil the Ultimate Physique…
The Perfect Physical Expression of you…
A Body That Bursts with all that You Have Gained!
What?! WAIT! Didn’t we just finish saying….
Yep. We did.
But to be fair, I never said you wouldn’t get the physique. What I said was, focusing on physique as your driving motivation is the barrier to your actually achieving it. It is the focus of all the other programs out there, of all the info out there, of all the marketing. And for the vast resources available at our fingertips, the majority of us cannot attain what they are purporting to offer.
To say the majority is unwilling to do what it takes to get those results, is a poor excuse for not delivering on or making deliverable, what you have been promised. It’s a tough one for many to do otherwise. The pressure to follow the current mass message is immense. It’s also safe. And no one ever got evolutionary results by being safe.
There are those who will not have gotten this far.
Those who will have left early, not seeing the answer they came to hear, though it sit right before them, a natural consequence of the journey. And that’s okay. It’s not for them at this time. But YOU are here. And I would confidently say, that you are in the MAJORITY. Because you are ready for a change…
You want a change.
You want more than the shell of what could be yours.
You want the value of your time invested into the training to equal that of the quality of life you want to live.
You want an Evolution. A Mass Evolution.
And so you shall have it!
Dare to Evolve!
The Clubbell Mass Evolution includes:
40 Clubbell Exercises, explained in over one hour of video instruction
3 Months of Workouts, carefully programed to pack on the muscle
Warm-Up Routines to prepare your body for intense effort
Cool-Down Compensatory Routines to prevent tightness from all that muscle growth
A full Course Manual that lays out each step of the program so you can be sure to make the most of it
“Coach Shane Heins of Gymnos Evolution has assembled what may very well be the next stage in Clubbell Mass Evolution: stunning, above-and-beyond production quality, leave-no-stone-unturned instructional value, and exhaustive, unique content and program design for building functional muscle might using the oldest and most used weight training tool in history: the Club.”
Scott Sonnon, Inventor of the Clubbell (system)
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