Escalating Density Training - The Truth

| Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Is escalating density training as controversial and life changing as it is hyped up to be?  I did some thorough research when I first stumbled upon it, and it turns out that the concept of density training has been around and accepted for a long time.  Unfortunately, most explanations of it out there were pretty unclear which made it impossible for me to incorporate it into my training.  I decided to take a leap and purchase the DVD from Charles Staley's website.

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Despite the obvious hype for the product, I have found the video guide to Escalating Density Training to be a legitimate course.  The videos fully teach the system and demonstrate how it can be adjusted to most individual goals.  It is also bundled along with a handful of useful bonuses that helped my training, so I was pretty happy with that.

I've always found it tough to gain muscle.  I actually followed a couple of so-called "breakthrough" courses before this one and have always found myself doing something wrong.  Whenever I worked out, I never knew how much weight to use and wasn't too sure if what I was doing was beneficial.  I thought that as long it was hurting, it was working.

After struggling through days of soreness, I always found myself stronger but never as big as I had hoped.  I realized that none of the programs I followed taught exactly how choose and increase weights.  So I decided to check out escalating density training because of its claims to eliminate all of the guesswork.

Everything made a lot more sense once I watched all of the videos.  I put it to the test immediately and found that it was very time efficient.  That doesn't mean that it doesn't hurt though.  It is still very challenging.

After I learned everything from the video guides and ebook bonuses, I was able to put on the pounds I've been trying so hard to gain.  I can credit most of my success to everything I learned from escalating density training, but I also have to say that I have great work ethic.

Before you make any commitments, keep in mind that the only way you can gain muscle from following this system is if you have enough dedication to stick to it.  EDT is backed up by a 60-day satisfaction guarantee, but if you don't have the time or effort to follow it regularly, there's really no point in wasting your money.

Check out the main website for the hilarious attempt at creating suspense.  It is cheesy I know, but I also know that the video guide itself is not cheesy at all.  CLICK HERE for more information on Escalating Density Training

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