Topics: Muscle, Muscular system, Physical exercise Pages: 176 (63879 words) Published: April 29, 2013
Welcome to the AST Sports Science 12 Week Max-OT On-Line Training Course. Over the next few months you will experience a totally new training approach that will guarantee a lifetime of results. This is exciting new territory and I am thrilled to be bringing this to you. The Max-OT On-line Training Course is designed to teach you the Max-OT principles. This is the most effective way to get a full understanding on how to implement the most effective muscle-building training method. This training course is not just a workout program, it's an educational course the teaches you how to implement the principles and the science behind the effectiveness of this unique training approach. Throughout this course there are numerous Max-OT training program examples. This is designed to give you a comfortable understanding of the structure of various Max-OT workouts. By the end of this course you will have the tools and the knowledge to implement and structure Max-OT workouts on your own. Remember, this is a course designed to teach you the realm of Max-OT. Don't just blindly follow the workouts. Learn the whys and hows of building muscle the Max-OT way.

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Max-OT - The Ultimate Muscle Building Approach
Welcome to the AST Sports Science 12 week Max-OT On-Line Training Course. We are about to embark on a 12 week journey that will change the way you approach building muscle forever. The goal here is to teach you the principles and techniques involved in Max-OT training. Learning these techniques and how to apply them will give you the most efficient tools for building the maximum amount of muscle in the shortest amount of time. Max-OT will work for everyone. If you're not the most genetically gifted person MaxOT will accelerate muscle growth and strength faster than any other training method. If you are one the few genetic elites Max-OT will take advantage of your genetics and propel muscle growth more quickly than "normal" training methods. Male or female - it doesn't matter. Simply put, for building muscle Max-OT is the most effective way to train. Whether you're looking to pack on a massive 50 pounds of muscle or a trim and tight 5 pounds, Max-OT is the most effective way to accomplish this. From the highest level competitor to the most casual lifter, Max-OT is the most sensible approach to reaching your goals in the shortest amount of time. Not only will I cover training methods extensively, but I will also unravel the mental aspect of building muscle. I will dissect the psychological road blocks that are responsible for derailing most people that train from ultimately reaching their goals. We will get rid of bad habits and condition ourselves for efficiency, making everything we do a means to an end. This will not be a "positive-thinking / positive attitude" brainwashing, but programming your mind for success can't be ignored. The last thing I want to do is build a following of positive thinkers that spend all their time, energy, and money "learning" how to be positive, but never producing. However, I want you to get results. I will present the psychological portion in a manner that will invoke action and produce these results.

Training For Results
Max-OT is all about training and getting results; making the most progress in the least amount of time. I'm sure all will agree that if you were given the choice of gaining 10 pounds of muscle in 2 months or in 2 years you would opt for the 2 months. Working out is fun, but let's not kid ourselves, what really makes it all worth it are the results it produces. More results - more enjoyment. Less results - less enjoyment, frustration, lost motivation, missed workouts, and many times, quitting all together. Breaking this down even further, if you can fully stimulate a muscle for maximum growth in 30 minutes verses 90 minutes, which would you rather do? Let me tell you, I like working out, but if I can get better results in 1/3 the time - that's what I'm going to...
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