BUILD HIGH-QUALITY MUSCLE MASS, GET STRONGER, AND IMPROVE TRAINING PERFORMANCE WITH THE BIG BARBELL LIFTS
FOR THE SERIOUS FITNESS ENTHUSIAST OR ATHLETE who’s looking to improve muscular development and gain strength with an innovative and progressive barbell-based program.
BARBELL BODYBUILDING IS A PROVEN, BATTLE-TESTED 6 WEEK FUNCTIONAL HYPERTROPHY (FHT) PROGRAM FOR SIZE AND STRENGTH.
There’s finally a proven barbell based program that will not only build dense high-quality muscle, but improve your strength and performance to new levels, unlike anything else…
A Scientifically-Researched Program That Will Show You How To Pack On Quality Muscle Mass And Improve Your Training Performance – With The Big Barbell Lifts – In A Systematic And Strategic Training Approach.
WHY THIS PROGRAM?
Here’s what’s missing. Most bodybuilding style programs do absolutely nothing to improve your function, performance, or strength skills.
I know this because, unfortunately, I followed many of the those programs for many years – when I was a competitive bodybuilder.
I never got any better and I followed the “bro-science” approach.
HERE’S WHAT I WANTED…
I wanted a “functional” barbell-based program that was unlike the typical “bodybuilding” stuff I used to do, where my training skills never improved.
I not only wanted to look more muscular with a focused hypertrophy program, but I wanted to feel more powerful and perform better.
I wanted a program that delivered results, was built on the real science, and would allow me to continue to develop my barbell skills and techniques.
A program that would actually make me a better lifter and get me bigger and stronger.
I’m talking about improving MOBILITY, STABILITY, FUNCTION, ATHLETICISM, and QUALITIES of PERFORMANCE, as well as improving MUSCULAR DEVELOPMENT.
Unfortunately, that program did NOT exist.
GET BIGGER, STRONGER, AND BETTER WITH BARBELL BODYBUILDING.
First, what is FHT?
Functional Hypertrophy Training (FHT) is simply programming that is designed to improve functional performance and optimize muscular development.
As mentioned, most bodybuilding programs don’t emphasize function or performance.
This is where Barbell Bodybuilding is very different.
You will improve your training performance while gaining dense quality muscle with this proven training program that’s based on the latest science in eliciting hypertrophic response.
WHAT DO I KNOW?
Let me give you just a little background on myself and how this relates to the design of this program.
When I started training over 30 years ago, I started out as bodybuilder. Honestly, I didn’t know anything about strength or performance, but that was a huge mistake on my part.
Through my decades of training, attending numerous workshops and seminars, and countless experiences in working with people of all levels and backgrounds, I can tell you that strength matters as well as building quality muscle mass (the 2 things the Barbell Bodybuilding program is specifically designed to do).
I’ve discovered a lot in my many years of training and have designed a program to produce results – for anyone follows the 6 week training system.
As a former physical therapist, current strength coach and movement teacher, and having years under my belt as a competitive bodybuilder (I competed for 6 years and was literally obsessed with bodybuilding) – this is a program I wished I had many years ago.
This is a training program that brings me back to my roots and passion that started it all – Bodybuilding.
WHAT WILL THIS PROGRAM WILL DO FOR YOU?
As I’ve mentioned, the primary goal of this program is to produce muscular hypertrophy.
But, with the strategic design and applied scientific principles, there are many expected outcomes from a program like this.
Benefits of the 6 week training cycle MAY include:
- Significant muscular gains over 6 week time frame
- Increased strength in all lifts and exercises
- Fat loss (due to the nature of training variables)
- Improved technical performance with your lifts
- Enhanced body composition
- Improved overall confidence, self-esteem, and sense of well-being
- Addressing the “look better, feel better, perform better” goals
- Learn and discover new training insights for improved performance and aesthetics for the long term
These are all things that were reported by those who completed the program previously, including myself.
Personally, I will continue to do this again as a “repeatable and reproducible” hypertrophy training phase in my annual training plan.
The is a program that can be applied for specific “hypertrophy training blocks” at different time periods throughout the year. In other words, you can go back and repeat the program when you’re looking to improve muscle mass.
And, let’s not forget that hypertrophy training blocks are essential for long-term athletic development and also for general fitness purposes.
WHAT HAVE PEOPLE EXPERIENCED WITH THE PROGRAM? (THE “REAL WORLD” RESULTS)
Listen, I can tell you all day long how great this program is, but why don’t you take a read of what people who completed the 6 week training program had to say…
Having finished the 6 weeks I can definitely say that it was an effective program for muscle gain. I did not take any measurements before and after, but based on how much tighter my clothes feel despite the fact that I have clearly lost fat, tells me I can pretty conclusively state that I must have gained some muscle. My legs especially, which have always been quite large and seem to grow with fairly little stimulus, have increased in size significantly, which has made finding trousers that fit properly even harder than it was before! My chest and upper back have also seen a decent bit of growth – though not as much as my legs – and so my shirts are all much tighter than they were previously. My muscular endurance has certainly increased (using the same weight for higher reps that before) and my inter-set recoverability has definitely improved, as well. Overall, I felt the program was definitely effective, enjoyable, and challenging enough to keep anyone – but the most ADD of individuals -interested for long enough to see some results. -James Mace
Having finished the 6 weeks I can definitely say that it was an effective program for muscle gain. I did not take any measurements before and after, but based on how much tighter my clothes feel despite the fact that I have clearly lost fat, tells me I can pretty conclusively state that I must have gained some muscle.
My legs especially, which have always been quite large and seem to grow with fairly little stimulus, have increased in size significantly, which has made finding trousers that fit properly even harder than it was before!
My chest and upper back have also seen a decent bit of growth – though not as much as my legs – and so my shirts are all much tighter than they were previously.
My muscular endurance has certainly increased (using the same weight for higher reps that before) and my inter-set recoverability has definitely improved, as well.
Overall, I felt the program was definitely effective, enjoyable, and challenging enough to keep anyone – but the most ADD of individuals -interested for long enough to see some results.
I learned a lot with the barbell program. I had a decent deadlift and hip thrust (with good form), but I had never really gone deep on back squats. I did not think I would like front squats (I love them now!!) and had never done military presses, close grip (love ’em), or wide grip rows, or gone heavy with RDL’s.
This program forced me to push the limits on the weights, explore new exercises, and discover the power of the superset and triple drop set.
I not only gained muscle, but strength. I upped the weights by at least 5# each time I attempted the lifts (other than the curls and skull crushers superset– I’m very much girl there lol), and really saw great gains.
I wish I was seasoned enough to know my previous 1 RM to be able to tell you how much I increased strength, but I can tell you I previously could barely bench 105×3 and now can do at least 115×4 fatigued.
At the beginning of the program I couldn’t squat to parallel 130, but I used 135 as the 4 rep weight for the last HRBS day. I was able to deadlift 200×1 and then on the last back day I pulled 190×4 solidly with no problem or even a twinge!
It’s an amazing program that all should try. I am going to repeat it again starting Monday!
I couldn’t be more pleased with the results from this Barbell program. This was my first go round with a hypertrophy program and I think the “proof is in the pudding” so to speak.
While my weight stayed put on the bench and press, my deadlift increased by 10-15% and my squat technique really worked itself out. Dropping the weight on the squat and increasing the volume allowed me the chance to be more upright and really develop the quads.
The programs’s smooth progress of amping up the intensity throughout was challenging, but never pushed the workouts into the territory of overkill or taking too long. Adding in a few wrinkles like behind the neck presses and complexes made for new experiences, more dynamic work, and an explosive dimension that I truly enjoy. By the end I felt invigorated and ready for more.
My results are simply this. I gained 4 lbs while dropping from 18% BF to 14.4% BF. I saw growth in the chest, arms and traps. My quads developed the most, I have never seen them so we’ll defined. The shoulders and lats didn’t grow much but the definition definitely has come though.
This is a program I have been using for some clients and would recommend for people with the basic knowledge.
I was really surprised with the results and pleased with my progress through this program. It was challenging in a new way for me and I learned a lot that I will be able to apply to the future.
The workouts were dead on with what I needed when I needed it. My biggest surprise with the results are:
1) 2 inches growth in my shoulders
2) 1 inch growth in my chest, and I lost nearly 2 inches around my waist (thanks!).
The program launched 6 weeks before my 41st birthday and thanks to this program I am in better shape than I have been in years and the strongest I have ever been.
Thank you for what you have done with this program.
I’m so pleased to report my numbers, as follows:
- Weight (pre) 193.4 (post) 196.6
- Body Fat (pre) 11.3 (post) 10.6
- Shoulders (pre) 49.5 (post) 51
- Chest (pre) 39.5 (post)41.5
- Upper Arm (pre) 14 (post) 14.5
- Waist (pre) 35 (post) 35
- Hip (pre) 38 (post) 38
- Thigh (pre) 23.5 (post) 24
I’m surprised at a couple of things. If you were to ask where I gained the most mass, I would say my thighs but it was my chest.
My deadlift and squat numbers went through the roof but my hip measurement stayed the same. Go figure. At 51 it’s hard to keep making gains (without injury) but this program was amazing. I owe you big time.
I feel good about how I look and feel after I completed this program.
Overall, my weight only went down a little bit and that usually fluctuates 2-3# anyway. So I’m not focused on that.
My thighs increased 1/4″, hips decreased 1/4″ – which I’m ok with. I’m taking it as loss of fat rather than muscle
Belly decreased 1/4″ which is great because being on vacation for a whole week, it’s easy to splurge and not eat so great!
Chest increased 1″ <– could that really be right? Upper chest-around the shoulders increased by 1/4″, biceps remained the same.
We really enjoyed the program!
Thanks again Scott.
I really enjoyed the program!
Here’s some of the gains I made:
- Shoulders (pre) 52 ¼ (post) 53 ¼
- Chest (pre) 45 ¾ (post) 47
- Upper arms (pre) 14 (post) 15
- Waist (pre) 37 ½ (post) 36 ½
- Thighs (pre) 23 ¾ (post) 24 ¾
- Weight (pre) 198 (post) 195
My age is 49 at the time of this program.
I will say my gains could have been better, but this is considering I did the whole program with a broken toe and had to modify stances and adjust weights to be able to perform the exercises.
Couldn’t do much cardio, but rode a stationary bike for 30 min every other day at a low tension.
I did use more muscular tension principles, which I hadn’t done in a long time.
On average, all my weights still went up –
- Bench added + 20 lb
- Deadlift + 35 lb
- Squat + 15 lb
- Military press +10 lb
This has been a great experience and your programming was “spot on” and the workouts were fun and challenging.
Thank you for the time and energy you put into this.
HERE’S THE SPECIFICS ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Barbell Bodybuilding is a complete training system to gain functional muscular hypertrophy.
This is a powerful program that has three 2 week progressive training blocks, specifically structured for building muscle mass around the barbell basics – squats, deadlifts, and presses.
There are additional supporting exercises and there is some “flexibility” to choose those supplemental exercises, just so you are aware.
Here’s the program overview:
This program calls for 5 days of training per week and is a hybrid “bodybuilding” style program that also emphasizes performance enhancement.
You should have a basic proficiency with the primary barbell lifts and be able to perform exercises such as:
- Squats (and squat variations)
- Presses (bench press and standing military press)
- Barbell rows (bent rows and t-bar or close grip rows)
If you’re looking to get BIGGER, BETTER, and STRONGER with a scientifically-formulated, strategically designed progressive program – you’ll love Barbell Bodybuilding.
The Barbell Bodybuilding Program is a complete training system that explains everything you need to know to maximize muscular gains during the 6 week training block.
The program is comprehensive, progressive, and innovative.
This is designed for results and it’s one of my personal favorites – in terms of programming that I’ve created through the years.
It’s designed to be used for hypertrophy training phases – which will not only contribute to aesthetics (the “look good” goal) but will get you much stronger and more powerful.
Remember that bigger muscles are stronger muscles.
Not only will you add quality muscle size, but you’ll actually feel MORE powerful (even unstoppable) after completing this program. At least that’s how I felt…
This is a helluva program, my friend.
WHAT THE PROGRAM INCLUDES
In addition to the comprehensive TRAINING MANUAL AND PROGRAM – you will receive a TECHNIQUE GUIDE as an extra BONUS.
The TECHNIQUE GUIDE covers the critical technique tips and strategies that I use to maximize performance and minimize risk for injury.
There’s exceptional content contained in this guide that will help you not only with this program, but with any other barbell or performance based training program you use in the future.
Technique is key and there are many technical nuances covered in the TECHNIQUE GUIDE.
Again, the Barbell Bodybuilding Program contains these 2 manuals:
THE COMPLETE TRAINING MANUAL AND PROGRAM
THE COMPANION TECHNIQUE GUIDE
NEW BONUS ADDED!
MUSCLE BUILDING NUTRITION GUIDE
To fully maximize muscle gain and improve performance during this program, the MUSCLE BUILDING NUTRITION guide was added to the Barbell Bodybuilding program.
YOU WON’T FIND THE TYPICAL FLUFF HERE!
This important resource is key to adding size and strength during the program and contains important nutritional information to enhance muscle building efforts – as training alone is not enough.
I guarantee you’ll find this guide extremely valuable – if your goal is putting on muscle size.
MUSCLE BUILDING NUTRITION GUIDE
In summary, you get:
- The Comprehensive Training Manual and Program
- The Technique Guide
- The Muscle Building Nutrition Guide
One final thing about the program to keep in mind.
This is a program that provides “real world” results – not hype or over-exaggerated claims. As mentioned, this program is built on my own personal experiences through years of training as a competitive bodybuilder.
And it’s also built on “real science” not “bro-science.”
This is important to understand as the primary goal of the program is maximizing hypertrophic responses. However, other benefits will also be achieved with this program.
This is a “done-for-you” training system that offers many benefits and can be “tweaked” according to your background and more specific training goals.
It’s truly a program that delivers – and it’s one that’s fun and exciting to progress through the 6 week training cycle.
It’s a program you’ll want to do again and again (*NOTE: you cannot do this without proper periods of de-loading – so I am not advocating that approach).
Your investment for this program is only $37 – which is a steal for what this program will do for you.
If you want a program that works, there’s no decision to make because…
This is your blueprint for muscular development, strength gain, and performance enhancement.
This is an experience you can’t afford to miss.
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NOTE: This is a digital (downloadable) product – no physical book is shipped.
BARBELL BODYBUILDING is a fully downloadable product – the training manual and accompanying guide. No physical product will be shipped. After your order, you will get instant access to download all material onto your computer. The training manual and guide are in adobe acrobat PDF, which can be viewed on MAC or PC.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Is the program for beginners?
A: It is not designed for the beginner – as you should have a solid proficiency with the basic barbell lifts (squats, deadlifts, bench presses, standing presses) and other basic barbell exercises.
However, there were some users that “beta-tested” the program without having a background in barbell training and did very well. It is designed for the intermediate or experienced lifter.
Q: Is Olympic weightlifting part of the program?
A: Olympic weightlifting is NOT part of the Barbell Bodybuilding program. There is a basic “clean and press” complex that is included in the final phase of the program, but Olympic weightlifting proficiency is NOT a requirement.
Q: Is kettlebell training included in this program?
A: There are a few kettlebell exercises that MAY be incorporated into the Barbell Bodybuilding program, but they are supplemental exercises and may or may not be included – depending on your goals.
There is some flexibility in the program and you will have some simple choices for supplemental exercises. The focus is on the primary barbell lifts. Kettlebells are a minimal part of this training program.
Q: Who is this program designed for?
A: The Barbell Bodybuilding program is designed for any serious fitness enthusiast, athlete, or recreational exerciser who wants a proven system to build muscular hypertrophy and improve barbell training performance.
For the athlete, this is a program that can be worked into any “off-season” training phase to build mass and, ultimately, build serious strength.
Q: How does this program improve performance?
A: The program is primarily composed of free-form, multi-joint lifts and exercises. There is a conscious effort and acute awareness on proper technique and performance enhancement throughout the program.
The technique guide is a critical component of the Barbell Bodybuilding program and, if followed, training performance will likely be experienced throughout the training cycle.
Q: Why is it a 6 week program, as opposed to 12 weeks?
A: Barbell Bodybuilding is tough program and very physically demanding (as are other programs I’ve created). I’ve found that 6 weeks (give or take a week) seems to be the “sweet spot” for many programs.
With that said, this program is also designed to be repeated – depending on how you feel after 6 weeks of hard training and what your goals are. If this program is to be repeated, it will likely be necessary to de-load for a few days or up to one week before beginning Barbell Bodybuilding again.
This will “depend” on many factors, but it is designed as a 6 week or potentially 12-13 week training phase.
Q: How long does each training session take?
A: We’ve found that each training session takes approximately 60 minutes or less (including warm-up and mobility work). You should allow approximately 60 minutes in total for each training but some may be shorter or slightly longer.
The training sessions do require a rapid pace with shorter rest between sets, so you may find that you can move through at a quicker pace.
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