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The Inventor of the Leg Raise Hyper Extension Exercise / Reverse Hyperextension Exercise tony@silaathletic.com


The Truth & History Of The Reverse Hyper Extension

Testimonials

"My name is George, and I have been suffering from back pain for quite some time. Fortunately I met Tony through a friend, bought his DVD and then started back exercise programs on the DVD. Since then I have noticed a lot of improvement, and I would recommend Tony's expertise to anyone because his method really work."

-George Kofi-Debra,
Security/Concierge, Eureka Security Co.

"I am currently attending college on a football scholarship. With the new levels of intensity that come with playing ball at this level I find the Reverse Hypers to be an integral part of my training."

-Tyson Woollard,
College Football Player.

Double Rotation Weight Training Program

Most people in gyms have no knowledge at all in weight training. That is the main reason people make little progress. Year by year they stay the same. Also, many are taking anabolic steroids to get more muscular, bigger, stronger, and faster. Many beginners without any formal weight training experience start weight training while using steroids. No matter what they do or how they train they will achieve all the above, the steroids doing it for them. But it becomes a psychological addiction. As more and more steroids are taken, physical transformation takes place faster. A man as slim as a broomstick can transform himself into a muscularly big individual. The consequences of such heavy steroid usage can be devastating, as when steroids are discontinued, all the gains are lost, You end up where you started.

All will experience post-steroid vid roll syndrome and other medical issues. In my opinion, based on observation, there are many levels of knowledge in coaching weight training. To keep improving without the use of steroids requires knowledge. Imagine being in a maze full of dead ends. There are many levels of coaches; only 5% are the cream of the crop. They take you through that maze all the way and improve you.

One advantage of such training is that all gains you make are yours, and you keep them. You have achieved a natural base. Suppose you had a long lay off from training. As the saying goes, If you don't use it, you lose it. When you resume training, the body has muscle memory, and you will return to your previously developed state. In my opinion, if steroids would disappear, 95% of people who use them would quit working out.

What is the primary importance of training?

1. Increase strength. Proper training will allow you to use heavier weights, and as a result increase your muscular development. All people have a certain capacity for strength; some are naturally stronger than others.

2. Improve conditioning. Conditioning is vital for overall improvement. Start with light weights and high repetitions. It is a gradual climbing process. For example, if you want to throw a ball far, you start with your arm behind your back, and throw with full force. Think of that movement as conditioning, starting with light weights and high repetitions. If you throw the ball with little force, it will fall right in front of you. It is the same with trying to go heavy without conditioning training. You will not get far.

A perfect combination of training body parts is working chest first, then lats on one training day. Another training day, work shoulders first, then arms. Always work major muscle groups by doing pressing movements first.

A major mistake that many trainees make is working CHEST and SHOULDERS, both pressing movements, in one workout. Training like this will actually stall your progress. Whatever exercise you train first is ok, but for your second exercise your strength level and energy will drop off. This is common sense.

Another mistake is supersetting two different body parts together, for example alternating bench press with cable rows for multiple sets. Only superset exercises within the same muscle group, then move to your next muscle group. The bench press is a pressing movement, and any lats exercise is a pulling movement. Always do your chest exercises first, when your strength is greatest, then do lat work.

Yet another mistake is working smaller muscle groups, like triceps and biceps first, then bigger muscle groups like shoulders (shoulder press). If you train like this you are stalling your progress.

I will improve anybody who wants to learn to train without the use of steroids, 100% guaranteed. Remember what you gain on your own is the real deal. Training without the use of steroids is a gradual process. On the Double Rotation weight training program you will improve and learn to train properly. The process is gradual but steady. If a naturally strong person with patience and self-discipline wants to train to explore his natural capacity, then learn Double Rotation weight training. This is not plastic B.S. This is the real deal.