Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Check out these killer new arm exercises...

Are you stuck in a training rut with your muscle gains
at a stand still?

Or are you just plain bored with your current workout
routine right now and would like to spice things up?

Well if so, then I've got some EXCELLENT news for you!

If you'd like to try out some crazy new muscle building
exercises that will not only give your muscles a growth
spurt but ELECTRIFY your motivation again...
Then you need to check this out!

I just got a copy of Nick Nilsson's new book called
"The Best Arm Exercises You've Never Heard Of."


I think the name says it all :)

I have to say there is some VERY cool stuff in this book.

Nick's packed in 68 amazing exercises for the biceps,
triceps and forearms. Most of them I've never even seen
before and I've been plugging away at the "Iron Game" for
going on 19 years now. (Does that mean I'm getting old?)

Anyway, you just gotta check some of these out:



A bodyweight exercise for your biceps that LOOKS like a chin-up
but uses a special "bracing" technique to put almost ALL your
bodyweight directly onto your BICEPS. Imagine the growth you'll
get with THAT much resistance going directly onto your bi's!



A breakthrough in tricep contractions, this exercise targets the
most anatomically-possible contracted position of the muscle with
extremely heavy weights. Get ready for it because I guarantee
you've never felt a tricep contraction this hard in your entire



Doing the Barbell Curl with only one arm tests your strength,
balance, coordination and determination. It can be extremely
difficult to do but the results are totally worth it. Not only
does it increase muscle activation in the biceps, it gives your
grip a tremendous workout as well!



Setup time is an sometimes an issue when you're training. This
great tricep exercise is a mash-up between close-grip push-ups
and bodyweight tricep extensions. The key is how you do them in a
rack to basically spring-load the tension onto your tri's. Very
quick to do but brutal!



This unique version of the wrist curl adds a new dimension of
tension...instead of just doing a plain old wrist curl, you'll
also be supporting your bodyweight on your forearms to increase
the tension. This position also gives you natural "occlusion
training" (which is basically limiting the blood flow out of a
muscle while training in order to increase hormonal growth
factors in the area). If you're ever had trouble building
forearms, this exercise might just hold the key for you...


So here's the deal...

Right now, Nick's just released this brand new book and he
is only asking $29.95 for the entire system. This is a killer
bargain considering the sheer volume of innovative exercises
you'll find in it.

You'll get exercise descriptions, pictures, even an entire
VIDEO LIBRARY that you'll have full access to so you know
exactly how to perform every exercise.

If you've got access to freeweights and bodyweight and a
few basic pieces of equipment, you'll be able to use the
VAST majority of these unique exercises.

But here's the kicker... he's only keeping it at this low
price until Friday, Sept. 25th at midnight. Then he's putting
it up to the regular price of $49.95. So if you want to get
this system for the cheap price, you've gotta act fast.

Here's the cool thing... Nick has posted FIVE exercises
taken directly from the book right on his site for you
to try out RIGHT NOW.

No need to sign up for anything - just go the site
and learn 'em. Once you give them a try, you'll be hooked...

Go check it out here:


  1. Hey Lee, in regards to your face pull video on youtube, I was wondering if there's a way to make a substitute rope cause my gym doesn't have one, I'm sure I could use a towel but can't figure out how to do it, I would leave this message on the video but you blocked my subscription for some reason (which I still can't figure out why) but anyway I hope to hear back from you.

  2. Hello, is your forum down?

  3. Tried inclined barbell curl using heavy weights and my biceps are sore today. Not exactly a proof of how effective this exercise is, but surely a nice addition to make my routine more flexible. Great stuff!