Mass and Muscularity



 Hi James!

Me again, I just switched over to the 5x5 program that you linked in the FAQ's of your ectomorph program. I started doing the "Mass and Muscularity" routine, but I have a question: Are the two exercise days only to be done two days out of the week?

Thank you,

Richie


My Answer: Yep the 2 exercise days are done twice a week.

So just an update on my upcoming book "SPV5."  This book is going to have over 200 exercise photos. A lot of these exercises are going to be rather esoteric but highly effective at creating high muscular tension. So a simple "bench press, pulldown, military press, squat, barbell curl" list this is not.

The best part is that most of these exercises can be performed in a home gym with barbells, dumbbells and body weight.  Most exercises work muscle, but not every exercise truly builds muscle.

If you want to build muscle and build muscle in the right places, then this book is a must have.  Some of these exercises you may be familiar with, but many of them are lesser known gems that will give you the muscular V-taper physique you want.

So keep an eye out for SPV5.  It'll be coming out soon.


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