Have you ever thought about adding 50 lbs. to your bench? Of course yes, but it can sound crazier when you are required to do it within 3 weeks! Yeah, that’s what the Blast Your Bench program by Lee Hayward promises you. Is that really possible to achieve? Let’s find out!
What is the Blast Your Bench?
If you’ve probably haven’t heard about it, it’s among the trending bench press workout programs on the web, created by a fitness guru, Lee Hayward. The amazing thing is that at first, it’s easy to conclude that Howard’s claims are mere hype, until you take a closer look into the system.
Actually, the program delivers everything as promised and as a matter of fact, does it a completely different way. The success behind this program is that it does not follow the traditional rules you are probably accustomed to, such benching bible. The biggest theory behind the program is the frequency of performing the workouts.
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How does Blast Your Bench deliver its promise?
Within three weeks you get to work out your bench in a totally different way every single week. The program aims at using very heavy weights with fairly short breaks to create an intensity that will generate rapid changes on your body. If you have ever started out with direct weight lifting without any prior workouts, you probably experienced some exponential muscle growth. That is because your body got bombarded with an impulse like it had never encountered before. The change was dramatic. This is the same approach that Blast Your Bench uses.
The program stimulates the body within 3 short weeks with intense impulse. Since the intensity is somewhat overwhelming to the body, it quickly creates a mechanism that allows it to adapt by growing stronger and bigger. In the same way like when first getting started with bench press, your body is given an impulse through exercises that stimulate rapid growth of muscle and strength.
This is not a new concept in the world of fitness training. Short frequent impulsive training has been practiced successfully before. However, Blast Your Bench comes out differently in that it employs the theory of short and frequent intense workout into bench press.
Does it really work?
Oh yes it does! Many other fitness trainees have tried it and came out successful. However, trying to do it on your own could pose a lot of risks on your body. Lee Hayward’s program will give you clear instructions on how to do it right and the frequency of doing the bench presses.
Even though you will be doing it for 3 weeks only, the intensity will make your body feel like it’s going to last forever. And if you are an advanced or intermediate bench press performer, you can easily add 50 lbs. of weight to your bench press workouts.
If you are a dedicated bench press weight lifter, it’s time to take it to another level. Don’t waste your time with average weights!
- Makes the body to adopt to frequent impulse thus generate more muscle and strength.
- With careful adherence to Hayward’s instructions, you can add up to 50 lbs. to your bench press within 3 weeks.
- Instructions are provided in an easy to follow and understand language.
- Every week aims to achieve a rapid growth of muscles and strength.
- The program is made available with instructional videos to show you how to do it right. No room for guesswork.
- Nutritional supplement guide also provided.
- To add more muscle and strength to be able to lift 50 lbs. more will require full commitment to the program.
- Available in digital format only. No hard copies available.
Feedback & Overview
Actual Customer Feedback:
“I bought it last October. At the time I started I could only bench 205 (somewhere in there) twice. Big plateau for quite a few weeks. Did blast your bench and got 245 for three by the end of the third week.”
Portion of actual user comment on bodybuilding.com
“I think its pretty standard stuff…not saying he has bad info but I personally do not do chest then shoulders in the same day”
Portion of actual user comment on muscleandstrength.com
Summary: Some consumers report that Blast Your Bench is not extraordinary or unique, but still value the overall package and certainly there have been real gains reported, which is the main thing.
Adding 50 lbs. to bench press workouts within 3 weeks may sound over hyped but it’s very true, especially for intermediate and advanced bench press performers. Beginners may find it taking a little longer to add such weight to their bench press workouts. But with constant commitment to the program it’s possible. Go ahead and get the muscle you’ve always wanted with the Blast Your Bench program.
Company info: BlastYourBench.com was registered on 10 December 2001
Product Specifications: Downloadable ebook for maximizing your bench press
Return Policy: Full 60 days 100% refund guarantee