How to Get the Chiseled Look You’ve always Wanted!

Published: 22nd September 2010
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First and foremost I must state that this article is ONLY intended for those of you who want to dedicate the next 12-weeks to getting in the best shape of your lives. If you are only going to get to the gym once or twice a week and put in lax effort, DON’T READ ANOTHER WORD! This is simply not your cup of tea. On the other hand, if you are willing to do whatever it takes to get ripped beyond belief and get the body of your dreams… then this message will be the most important and game changing message you will ever read!

No…I’m not going to say you have to get to the gym 6 days a week. Nor will I tell you it requires two plus hours a day to achieve this look, It doesn’t on both counts. It simply takes three main ingredients:

• Intensity.

• Diversity.

• Consistency.


If you are going to go to the gym and bust your butt, make every minute count. Don’t go there and mess around for 2 hours when you can achieve the same results in 30-40 minutes. Remember you are trying to get ripped so continued movement and exercise engages an accelerated metabolic rate helping burn more calories and fat faster. Resting long periods in between lifts is ineffective. Work out at maximum intensity training two muscle groups per day and alternate training one muscle group then the other. Conform (4) exercises for each muscle group with (2) to (4) sets of each. Train long intervals with only quick water breaks in between, if possible try not to break at all and work straight through. Ex:

Chest: flat bench, incline bench, dumbbell press, flies.

Legs: leg press, leg curls, leg extensions, calf raises.

Move from flat bench to leg press back and forth until you have reached the last set of each, then take quick water break. Move to next two exercises, incline and leg curls repeat process, and so on and so forth.

If done right this process should take less than 30 minutes and absolutely no more than 40 minutes.

There are six main body groups: Chest, biceps, triceps, back, shoulders, legs. Train each group once per week with this intensity incorporating (2) muscle groups per day. Working out every other day and adding abs once or twice per week at end of workouts for maximum 3-5 minutes. Add one day of nothing but cardio. No, don’t ride a bike or tread mill, play a sport or punch a heavy bag or something that actively engages your entire body.


Each week incorporate a new exercise to each workout. It is important to never do the same exercises twice in a row. Keep your muscles confused. Incorporate negative exercises one week, workout to failure on all exercises the next, and max out the next. Try and use mostly free weights in your workouts, machines are intended for beginners and some rare lifts that simply can’t be performed with free weights. Ex: triceps rope extensions or lat pull downs. Are examples of functional machine exercises, seated chest press machines is a nonfunctional exercise that limits movement. Also the more free weights you use the more balance and coordination comes into play, the more you have to balance and the more you have to concentrate the more you accelerate your metabolic calorie and fat burning rate.


Stay determined and motivated. If you are dedicated to the cause you will thrive to get to the gym the next day and workout. If you maintain an attitude as such it will be much easier to stay consistent. Working out is a lot like going to work, if you are consistent you will see consistent benefits and gains, if you are inconsistent and lazy you will get no benefits or results.

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