2X4 Strength and Muscle Training Exercises Program



2X4 Strength and Muscle Training Exercises Program


Ever notice that when you’re strongest, your physique looks its best?



The stronger you are at a certain body weight, the more muscle you’re going to carry. And more muscle at a given body weight means less fat. Less fat means more definition. You need a program that’ll boost your strength as quickly as possible. Look no further, 2 x 4 is the ultimate program for maximum strength and muscle.

The vast majority of lifters spin their wheels in the gym. Why do so many lifters stagnate? While nutrition, sleep, and stress are contributors, inferior training is the major culprit.

2 x 4 was designed to optimize your efficiency and maximize your results. It is easy to follow, it can be performed at a basic commercial or garage gym with minimal equipment, it revolves around the big, basic movements, and it will help keep you injury-free. Each and every program variable was scrutinized, and the program was tested for months on end. Every lifter who completed 2 x 4 set personal records in all their lifts in actual powerlifting contests.

With 2 x 4, you will keep track of your strength and become intimately familiar with your indicators of progress. The system will stimulate adaptation while keeping you fresh so that you can consistently set personal records day in and day out, and 14-weeks from now, you will be noticeably stronger and leaner.

2 x 4 is not simply a training program; it’s an entire resource.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is 2 x 4?

2 x 4 is far more than just a program – it’s a resource that will help you reach your maximum potential in the gym.

Q: What does 2 x 4 stand for?

That’s easy! 2 main lifts are performed on 4 separate days during the week, along with additional assistance movements tailored to suit your needs. Simple, yet extremely effective.

Q: What makes this program different than most other popular training methods?

It carefully combined the most effective methods into one super Frankenstein of a strength program.

Q: Can I get a hard copy of 2 x 4?

Unfortunately, 2 x 4 is only an electronic downloadable product. No hard copies were made.

Q: Can I view this on my ipad or tablet?

Yes, but you must have an Adobe reader app. If so, you are able to download the product straight from your Ipad, or transfer from your computer to your tablet.

Q: Can women use 2 x 4?

Absolutely! 2 x 4 is not gender specific. Men and women alike will see excellent results from the program.

Q: What special equipment do I need?

None, and that is the point. I created 2 x 4 with this in mind. You do not need any special equipment to follow the program, but you do have the freedom to incorporate any into the program if you have access.

Q: What if I’m a complete novice to strength training?

Then you need a plan, and 2 x 4 is perfect for you. It focuses on the big basic lifts, it provides video and written tutorials to ensure that you use proper form, and it provides a basic structure on which you will thrive.

Q: What if I’m an experienced powerlifter – is this some generic program that won’t benefit me?

Absolutely not. This is a world class program that will benefit lifters from all walks of life.

Q: What if I compete in gear – is this for raw lifters only?

Not only will you learn how to adapt the program for geared lifting in the manual, but you’ll be provided with video and written descriptions of special exercises for geared lifters, and scientific explanations as to the science and biomechanical aspects of geared lifting in the bonus product.

Q: I’m primarily concerned with my physique. Should I care about maximum strength, or is that just for powerlifters?

Let’s say you’re currently lifting a certain amount of weight for 3 sets of 5 reps. You stick to 2 x 4 for 14-weeks and gain appreciable levels of strength. Now, you’re able to lift the same amount of weight for 3 sets of 12 reps. This will greatly improve your physique. Moreover, 2 x 4 has built-in assistance work that will ensure optimal hypertrophy. Lifting is more fun when you’re strong!


2X4 Strength and Muscle Training Exercises Program