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  • 1.Bodybuilding Program Ben Pakulskis MI40 Review

2. Author Ben Pakulski Ben Pakulski is an IFBB Pro Bodybuilder, and one of the top ranked 15 body builders in the world. I have a look at Bens MI40 workout program and see if it is the real deal when it comes to building twice the muscle in half the time 3. What Is It? Mass Intention 40 or MI40 for short is a 40day resistance training package by IFBB Pro Bodybuilder Ben Pakulski. The program contains training and nutritional manuals and demonstration videos (8 hours) of how to perform each exercise used in the workout. MI40 is an intensive workout program primarily targeted at people with some previous training experience who want to take their physique to professional fitness model, or pro bodybuilder level. This program is a super intense 5 days per week program that is not for the faint hearted or completely untrained individual. 4. How It Works? Each workout within the MI40 program is a resistance training session containing 6 to 9 exercises. Each session should take approximately 40 minutes to complete. Most exercises contain 4 sets of 8 reps, with the last set of each exercise being a NOS set. Neurological Overload Sets (NOS for short) are designed to give you the maximum overload on the muscle as possible. This increase in overloading in turn means the maximum amount of muscle fibers are broken down during the workout. Put basically, the maximum breakdown of fibers means maximum muscle growth as the fibers repair and adapt to the workouts. For Example the Day2 Workout of the MI40 program is targeting the chest and biceps as follows; 5. The workout begins with the Flat Barbell Press with inwards intention. How to perform the barbell press with inwards intentions (as well as all other exercises in the program) is demonstrated in depth by Ben in the instructional video package. The first 3 sets are performed as straight sets of 8 reps, at a 4010 pace.This 4010 means 4 seconds on the decline, zero pause at the bottom, one second on the lift, zero pause at the top. This muscle control on the 4 second decline is key to getting the muscles working hard in the first 3 sets before the final set that is a NOS set. This controlling of the weight in the decline is known in the program as moving it with intention. In the NOS set, you perform as many reps as possible while maintaining your controlled intentional decline. Once you cant perform any more reps, aka momentary muscle failure (MMF), you drop the weight by around 20% and attempt to push out another 6 to 8 reps. You continue this sequence with all exercises through the workout with the exception of the Pushup supersets, where you simply do 3 sets to failure (MMF) The days you workout follow a common sequence; three days on, one day off, two days on, one day off. The areas worked within each workout will be constantly changing throughout the program, with no two weeks the same. 6. Here is an example of how week 1 of the program is broken up; Monday: Back and Hamstring Tuesday: Chest and Biceps Wednesday: Quads and Calves Thursday: Off Friday: Back and Hamstrings Saturday: Shoulders and Triceps Sunday: Off 7. If you have spent 2-3 days per week doing a more simplified straight sets program and are not getting the results you are after, this program is perfect for you. GET BEN PAKULSKIS MI40 PROGRAM BY CLICK IMAGE BELOW