Frequency VS Intensity for Muscle Tone

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Have you ever seen a Cirque Du Soleil show?

I’ve been to a few of their shows.

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At one of those shows, I saw this stunt…

“The Wheel of Death”

The first thing you notice when watching one of these shows is how incredibly ripped all the performers are.

ripped circus performer

These people perform 5-6 nights per week…

Sometimes two shows per night.

Professional athletes have the same deal.

Mastery is achieved with frequent practice.

…and the side effect of these frequent sessions is incredible muscle definition.

In a sport like Rugby, for instance, the entire body gets worked hard each time the game is played or practiced.

rubgy players muscle definition

Traditional Bodybuilding emphasizes intensity over frequency.

If muscle growth is a major goal…

Blitzing a muscle group intensely followed by a lot of rest and recovery works well.

But…

For strength & muscle tone frequency beats out intensity. The former USSR figured this out in the 60’s and 70’s.

The athletes trained each muscle group multiple times per DAY and because of this destroyed the US in weightlifting competitions.

Working a muscle frequently improves performance and muscle tone at a rapid pace.

woman with toned arms and back

The key is to back WAY off on intensity when training each muscle group frequently.

This type of training is proven in professional sports and the Olympics, but hasn’t caught on in commercial gyms.

I have created a program based on these concepts.

Visual impact Frequency Training

This workout is ideal if you are as large as you would like to get, but now want to focus on fine-tuning your physique.

This routine works extremely well for women too.

attractive woman with muscle tone

Hard daily contractions to muscles firms up lagging body parts.

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Cheers,

-Rusty Moore

As a former fitness coach to fashion models, I can teach you how to increase muscle definition without adding size.

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