Specific Mass for Powerlifting

SPECIFIC MASS FOR POWERLIFTING PROGRAM

  (9 weeks)

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The Specific Mass for PowerLifting (SMFP) program is designed both for powerlifters and off season bodybuilders that are training to add extra body weight in the form of muscle mass, in order to compete in a heavier body weight class, while also emphasizing the production of power. Weight training athletes other than powerlifters and bodybuilders may order this program, however, as already stated; this programs main emphasis is on the production of muscle mass gains to enhance your gains in power. The Specific Mass for PowerLifting program is an advanced weight training program that is recommended for the weight training athlete that has either completed any 2 of our beginner or intermediate programs, or that has been weight training consistently for at least two years.

The Specific Mass for PowerLifting program is distinctly different from all of the other training programs offered by Questformuscle.com, because it is powerlifting oriented. In that this program is powerlifting oriented, the training is more regimented and controlled, so as to allow your body to peak at the proper point in your training cycle.

How does the Specific Mass for PowerLifting program do this?

The Specific Mass for PowerLifting program does this by providing you with not only the exact weights to warm up with, and perform your key work sets with, it also provides you with the exact number of repetitions to perform for each of these sets.

Training in this way will make sure that you are performing just the right amount of work at the proper percentages, and proper levels of intensity, so as to allow you to progress form week to week in your training cycle, until your final climax in training during your peaking week.

So how does the Specific Mass for PowerLifting program work?

The Specific Mass for PowerLifting program works by emphasizing the development of a certain type of muscle fiber within your muscles(*), while also concentrating your efforts on the 3 main components of a successful powerlifting program(**).

(*)Muscles, muscle fibers, and you!

Your muscles contain both fast twitch and slow twitch muscle fibers. Slow twitch muscle fibers are mainly responsible for the development of endurance, and stamina, while fast twitch muscle fibers are responsible for strength, and power increases. Both fast twitch and slow twitch muscle fibers produce the same amount of force per contraction, however, fast twitch muscle fibers contract at a higher rate (producing more force rapidly). The Specific Mass for PowerLifting program trains your muscle fibers into becoming more fast twitch based, thereby providing you with a rapid increase in power.

(**)The 3 main components of a successful powerlifting program

1-The proper training load
2-Repetition tempo/speed
3-Interval training (specifically for power)

The proper training load:

When training for power, the proper training load is crucial. It is important that the training load not be too heavy or too light, so that you do not over or under train. As well, when training for power, it is important to cycle your training, and build up your training loads each week over an extended period of time, until your max out week or the last week in your training cycle.

Building up your training loads on a week to week basis will allow you to make steady and consistent gains in strength, while also allowing your body the necessary time to adapt to your training, so as to peak at the end of your training cycle. It is during this peaking time at the very end of your program/training cycle, that you will be the most conditioned and also at your strongest, in order to make those big gains in strength. However, it is important to realize that this peak is built up to over the course of your training cycle, by consistently performing each of your daily workouts, each week, with the proper training loads provided.


Repetition tempo/speed:

The repetition tempo/speed is how fast or how slow you will perform a repetition in a set. The repetition tempo/speed is of importance, because different repetition tempos/speeds train your muscles for different specific aspects of weight training. While one specific repetition tempo/speed will develop power, another will develop strength and muscle mass, while yet another will develop endurance and overall conditioning. The Specific Mass for PowerLifting program places a special emphasis on the repetition tempo/speed that is responsible for the development of maximum power output, and muscle mass gains.

Interval training (power specific):

Interval training is a very advanced training technique that when properly applied to your training will yield results that would normally take 4 to 5 times as long to achieve. The reason that interval training is so productive is because it is very precise and extremely intense.

Interval training works by establishing specific parameters for the rest periods between sets for certain exercises. The Specific Mass for Power Lifting program incorporates interval training on the power lifters key exercises, the bench press, squat, and dead lift. It should be noted however, that even if you do not perform one of these three exercises, that the Specific Mass for PowerLifting program will still produce tremendous results for you.

Interval training for power is very specific, and requires longer rest periods between sets, so as to allow your muscles the necessary amount of time to recover as much as possible. By taking longer rest periods between sets, you will have more energy to lift, which will result in more power and strength gains. However, the trick is to not rest so long that your muscles get cold, resulting in diminishing strength gains, and the increased possibility of sustaining an injury. The Specific Mass for PowerLifting program will provide you with the proper parameters to incorporate interval training for the development of power into your workouts. The more power and strength that you develop, the heavier the loads that you will be able to train with; and the heavier the loads that you will train with, the greater the amount of muscle mass that you will carry.

More on the Specific Mass for PowerLifting program

Specific Mass for PowerLifting can best be utilized by the power lifter that wants to prepare for a powerlifting meet, or that needs to plan his training in such a way that he maxes out, or peaks at the proper time. As well, the Specific Mass for PowerLifting program (9 weeks) works best when it is followed by the Power Peaking program (6 weeks). When used in this order over a 15 week period, the athlete will elevate their strength and muscle mass to levels never before imagined. Gains of between 50 and 100 pounds on each of the following exercises, the bench press, squat, and deadlift are common, when both programs are completed back to back.

Included with the Specific Mass for PowerLifting Program is:
  • Daily workouts for each day of your training program (each daily workout is different, different exercises, sets, and reps)
  • Breakdown of sets and reps for each exercise, this ensures you that you perform just the right amount of exercise, not to much or too little, in order to trigger growth at the most optimal rate
  • The best combinations of exercises for each individual body part, necessary to completely train each muscle fully
  • Proper repetition tempo (speed), which is a key factor in the production of power
  • Proper rest in between set guidelines, to make sure that you are working at the correct level of intensity
  • A secret for performing the warm-ups that will raise your strength from the very first workout
  • Guidelines for how to make the proper weight selection for each exercise
  • Nutritional guidelines, the best choices of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, so that your body is properly fueled with all of the nutrients in order for you to get the most out of your workouts, and grow
  • A specific formula that will allow you to calculate the total amounts of calories, protein, carbohydrates, and fats, that you should consume each day, in order to gain muscle mass, up your body weight, aid recuperation, and increase your strength.
  • Supplementation guidelines, what supplements to take, and how to take them in the most effective way to both aid recuperation, and enhance muscular growth and make strength increases
  • A direct e-mail address so that you can ask any, and as many questions that you may have about your training program
  • A motivational statement to guide you on the road to a healthier you

 

Here’s what those that have already completed the Specific Mass for PowerLifting Program have to say:

J.D. Koozman, Utah

 

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"Questformuscle.com’s Specific Mass for Power Lifting program was just what I needed to help me boost my body weight, in order to compete in the heavy weight class in my home town’s power lifting contest. I took first place overall, gaining 40 pounds on my bench press, and 55 pounds each on my deadlift and squat. I have just starting training with the Power Peaking program, and I am looking forward to further increasing my strength. I can’t weight until my next powerlifting meet, I plan on blowing away my competition once again, and it is all because of the Specific Mass for PowerLifting, and the Power Peaking programs, thanks."

Ralph Noble, White Plains NY
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"Specific Mass for PowerLifting helped me pack on quality body weight while also upping my bench, squat, and deadlift thru the roof. In 9 weeks, my bench went from 355 for 4 to 395 for 6, my squat went from 455 for 2 to 495 for 4, and my deadlift went from 495 for 2 to 535 for 2. I can’t believe I got so strong so fast, now I am even thinking about competing in a local powerlifting show."

Richard McGee, Seneca Falls
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"Mass for PowerLifting is nothing short of phenomenal. Being a competitive power lifter, I have trained using many different types of systems, and I tell you that none of them even came close to producing the results that I achieved with this program. In 9 weeks, I have become bigger and stronger than I have ever been in my life, while also being in the best shape. Thank you."

 

The Specific Mass for PowerLifting program, as Nietzsche said, “What does not kill me makes me stronger”.

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