How To Build Massive Muscles and A Ripped Body In ONLY 7 Minutes!
The Bully Xtreme 7 minute workout program is very easy to perform and very effective!
There are a total of 9 exercises including the circulation exercise. Each exercise is for a different body part so it is a — Total Body Workout.
The way you use the program depends on your fitness or body building goals.
However, if you have been exercising or working out for a while — then you may want to use both isometrics and isotonic training to get the maximum strength and muscle gains.
While isometrics has long been recognized as the “King” of strength building unfortunately, doing just one single isometric hold will not do anything to build muscle size, mass or shape the muscle itself.
In that case, you will want to perform this workout 3 to 4 times per week (not on consecutive days) and you would workout according to this process below:
Sample 7 Minute Workout
1. Perform each exercise for 15 repetitions however, on the 15th rep perform a 10 second isometric hold. For example, if you were doing exercise number two ( on the Bully Xtreme 7 minute workout chart) the chest exercise — then you would perform 14 reps without any isometric hold then on the final 15th rep — perform a 10 second hold.
Rest for approximately 1 minute to 1 1/2 minutes maximum.
2. Then perform a second set the same as the one before — rest for one minute to 1 1/2 minutes and then perform a final or third set the same way as well.
3. Proceed to the next exercise. The only exception to this workout method is exercise number one — the Circulation Exercise.
You would workout in this fashion performing 15 repetitions of each exercise for three sets and you would workout 3 to 4 times per week on non-consecutive days.
Please Note: this workout will leave you very sore so you may want to consider taking it easy at first. Perhaps perform only one set instead of three the first week and then each week add an additional set until you are performing three sets of each exercise.
You can also perform this workout using supersets. This is a way to workout quicker and really blast your muscles. Using supersets is a great way to end “Muscle Building Plateaus.”
How to Use Supersets in Your Bully Xtreme 7 Minute Workout
[You Can Perform 9 Exercises to Target Your Stomach Area]
To perform supersets you would choose to do two exercises one after another.
So for example… do exercise number two — the chest exercise — for 15 repetitions — of course the 15th repetition is just a 10 second isometric hold — then you would immediately without rest — do the next exercise number eight — the back exercise — the same way.
Once both exercises have been completed you rest for one to 1 1/2 minutes.
You would proceed in the same manner once you have completed the predetermined number of sets that you’re going to perform for each exercise. (Whether you choose to do one set, two sets, or three sets of each exercise.)
To continue this example you would then do exercise number 14 — shoulder exercise — followed by exercise number 20 — biceps exercise — in the same manner.
Just to be sure that you understand what I’m saying — you would perform two exercises in a row without rest then after you have performed both exercises you would rest for 1 to 1/2 minutes.
If you are only doing one set of each exercise you would then proceed to the next two exercises on the chart. If you are performing three sets of each exercise you would then repeat the first two exercises in the same fashion.
Do This For Fast Strength Gains
Using this simple and very effective 7 Minute Workout takes very little time and you will be pleasantly surprised at the incredible gains you will make in both muscle size and strength!
Try the Bully Xtreme Seven Minute Workout program today!
The Bully Xtreme seven minute workout is just one of the many different training programs that come with the Bully Xtreme isometric exerciser. To learn more about the Bully Xtreme please visit: Bully Xtreme Isometric Exercise Equipment
With only this 7 Minute Workout you too can build more strength and muscle size.