Chad Waterbury has been responsible for a number of the most innovative and leading edge exercise routines in the last few years innovating plans which gain muscle mass. He has quickly risen to the top of the scene in the crowded trade of health plus fitness where it has become increasingly difficult to make a reputation for yourself. His most recent book the 10/10 Transformation once again brings together his brilliance in understanding just how far the human body can be pushed to create quick changes in ones build.
The 10/10 Transformation is a simple to follow and quick read but will offer anyone looking for immediate gains in muscle and fat loss exactly what they are looking for. I can tell this 1st hand as this is another system that I followed myself. Once reading his book Muscle Revolution and putting many of the workouts to the test I became an immediate devotee of his design of training. 10/10 Transformation brings several of his cutting edge workout models along in one concise program alternating between muscle building phases and fat loss. It is so effective that when I was during the initial 3 week fat burning section I actually gained a few pounds while dropping 1 inch off of my waist.
Anyone that has been in the fitness industry knows it is difficult to achieve muscle plus lose fat at the identical time. The 10/10 Transformation by Chad Waterbury is a 12 week program divided into 4 phases. The 1st phase is three weeks and focuses on fat loss and conditioning. The workouts are hard and there is a day with heavy weights doing sets of ten for 3 reps which really made my body respond with new muscle. For cardiovascular it features doing HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) only twice a week which is more than sufficient for rapid fat burning.
The second section is a 3 week part which focuses on mass building using one of his most innovative techniques known as High Frequency Training or HFT. This blew my mind because I was working every muscle five days a week. They were short focused full body workouts which pushed different repetition plus movement patterns every workout forcing me to realize muscle faster than ever. Nearly all experienced guys would think that is a recipe for overtraining but the way Chad Waterbury has designed the phase to be 2 ½ weeks of training with five days off at the finish shows his complete understanding of how far the central nervous system may be pushed plus how much time it needs to recover.
The total program was the least expensive I had ever bought but by far one of the most effective. By shedding ten pounds of fat whereas gaining ten pounds of muscle the scale may measure the same weight but the reflection in the mirror is dramatically different as the waistline shrinks and the chest and shoulders bulge out with new muscle.