You Don't Have Enough Time To Do Everything - You Must Train Like This.. High Intensity Training

We realized that we only have so much energy to spare before we have to recharge our batteries.

We only have so much time to spend in the gym due to work, family, friends and responsibilities.

Knowing that time and energy are limited resources, it only makes sense to make the most of them, right?

That’s exactly what High Intensity Training does.

It is designed to reach the point where the maximum muscle growth can occur without ‘spilling over’ and wasting precious energy.

Energy that could be used to aid the recovery process.

That way each workout is short, intense.

Our High Intensity Training can be summed up thusly:

Low Volume

Heavy Weight

Train to Muscle Failure

Adequate recovery

This High Intensity Training is low volume but pushes your muscles to the absolute limit and beyond..

What You Get With The Workout Plan..

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The Colorado Experiment

The Colorado Experiment was a bodybuilding  experiment run by Arthur Jones using the theory of High Intensity Training.

The first subject, Casey Viator, gained 63 pounds of muscle in 28 days and the second, Arthur Jones (Himself) gained 15 pounds in 22 days.

After stopping exercise for more than two years, 1970 Mr America, Casey Viator was invited by Arthur Jones to participate in what was to be known as the Colorado Experiment. The primary purpose was to prove or disprove the efficacy of High Intensity Training in developing a champion physique. This study was performed at a time where the vast majority of amateur and professional bodybuilders developed their physiques through traditional workouts involving high volume and frequent training. The results concluded that Viator gained more than 60 Pounds (of muscular mass) in 28 Days and with only 12 (high-intensity) workouts, each of which were less than 30 minutes.

The Colorado Experiment - Casey Viator Before and After High Intensity Training.

This Training Method Implements The Philosophy of Minimum Effective Dose, While Being The Most Efficient Strategy. Win. Win!

As a man, it is incumbent upon you to fulfil your responsibilities by working diligently to support your family, devoting quality time to your children, socializing with friends, and ensuring that you maintain a strong, fit, and athletic physique.

Effective time management is crucial, and High Intensity Training offers the perfect solution. With this approach, you can achieve superior results compared to 90% of men while spending less time at the gym.

Remember, less is truly more, and the key to it all can be summed up in one word: Recovery.


Optimal Training Volume: Balancing Recovery and Results with Minimalistic Approach

Overtraining can hinder progress, and doing too much volume is not beneficial. Instead, focusing on a minimalistic approach to training can lead to better recovery and optimal results. By performing just one set per exercise and no more than two sets per muscle group, you can strike a balance between training stimulus and recovery. Moreover, it is important to recognize that one set can provide significant volume when considering the time under tension for each repetition.

Many people mistakenly believe that increasing the number of sets and exercises will yield better results. However, overtraining occurs when the body is subjected to excessive stress without enough time for recovery. This can lead to decreased performance and an increased risk of injury, ultimately hindering muscle growth. Striking the right balance is crucial for progress.

Research suggests that focusing on one set per exercise and a maximum of two sets per muscle group can provide sufficient stimulation for muscle adaptation while minimizing the risk of overtraining. By performing each set with a controlled tempo, such as a 2-second concentric phase (lifting) and a 4-second eccentric phase (lowering), you can increase the time under tension. This approach promotes muscle fiber recruitment, metabolic stress, and mechanical tension, all crucial for muscle growth and strength development.

Optimizing your training volume requires finding the right balance between recovery and results. Overtraining can hinder progress, while a minimalistic approach, consisting of one set per exercise and no more than two sets per muscle group, can lead to better recovery and optimal results. Remember, one set can provide substantial volume when performed with proper time under tension. By understanding these principles and incorporating them into your training routine, you can maximize gains while ensuring adequate recovery and long-term progress.

“If you’re sceptical, your subconscious child is telling you that more is better. In some cases that’s true. More money is better than less. But you can’t take that principle and blindly apply it to exercise and expect to get anything out of it.” — Mike Mentzer

The Power of Systemic Recovery and Balanced High-Intensity Training

In the realm of fitness and exercise, achieving optimal results often hinges on finding the right balance between high-intensity workouts and proper recovery. This delicate equilibrium, known as systemic recovery, plays a vital role in maximizing performance, preventing injuries, and promoting long-term progress. It is for this reason that we advocate for a reduction in training volume and a focus on quality over quantity.

High-intensity workouts push our bodies to their limits, challenging both our cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength. They are designed to elicit substantial physiological adaptations by placing significant stress on our systems. However, without adequate recovery, these intense workouts can lead to diminishing returns and even detrimental effects on our overall well-being.

Systemic recovery encompasses the process by which our body repairs, rebuilds, and adapts to the stressors imposed during exercise. It involves restoring energy stores, repairing damaged tissues, and balancing various physiological systems. By allocating sufficient time for recovery, we allow our bodies to consolidate the gains made during high-intensity training, leading to enhanced performance and improved overall fitness.

One key aspect of systemic recovery is the reduction in training volume. While it might seem counterintuitive, less is often more when it comes to achieving optimal results. By moderating the frequency and duration of high-intensity workouts, we avoid overloading our systems and prevent the onset of chronic fatigue or overtraining syndrome. Instead, we shift our focus towards the quality of each training session, emphasizing proper technique, intensity, and progression.

By advocating for a reduction in training volume, we acknowledge the importance of rest and active recovery. These periods of reprieve allow our bodies to replenish glycogen stores, repair damaged muscle fibers, and optimize neural adaptations.

In this pursuit of systemic recovery, it is crucial to find the right amount of volume in your workouts to prevent the downward spiral of overtraining.

In conclusion, systemic recovery and the right balance of training in high-intensity workouts are essential for achieving optimal results in fitness and exercise. By advocating for less volume and emphasizing quality over quantity, we prioritize the restoration and adaptation processes necessary for sustained progress. So, let us embrace the power of recovery, listen to our bodies, and find harmony in the pursuit of our goals.


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Train to Failure with the High Intensity Workout Plan. Designed to push you to your limits, this program embraces the philosophy of training to failure, where every rep counts. Experience the exhilaration of pushing your muscles to their maximum potential, igniting muscle growth, and achieving unparalleled strength gains. With carefully structured workouts and expert guidance, our High Intensity Workout Plan will revolutionize your approach to fitness and unlock new levels of performance. Get ready to redefine your limits, break through plateaus, and achieve extraordinary results that will leave you feeling empowered and unstoppable.


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At Bulking Not Sulking, we believe in customer transparency and honesty, and not only that, but we are so confident that the program will satisfy your needs that we offer a 30-day money-back guarantee, no questions asked!

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