From the Creator of Eat Stop Eat

It was in 2010 that Brad launched the idea of a style of weight training called ‘compound cluster cycles’ with the release of his workout ‘Anabolic Again’.

Since then he has tried over and over to:

A) Make Anabolic Again even better. And,
B) Make it so everyone could use it (The original program was only for advanced lifters).

Anabolic AgainWhile he still has not been able to test the results he got with Anabolic Again, he has made the exact same gains using much less volume (less sets and less exercises per workout), and he’s found ways to make Compound Cluster Cycles work for everyone, beginner or advanced, men or women.

The actual concept sounds pretty scary – you train upper body or lower body for a week at a time, alternating weeks.

As an example:

Week 1: Upper Body
Week 2: Lower Body
Week 3: Upper Body

Brad-Pilon-anabolic-again-review-book-pdf-downloadAs scary as it sounds, it’s not nearly as hard as it’s made out to be, and the results have been nothing short of amazing for him, and he’s finally happy enough with the program to release it to you.

To give you an idea, here is my progression since January:

The 1st Number is the weight he used in pounds.
The 2nd Number is the amount of reps he completed in his first Attempt.
The 3rd Number is the amount of time it took him to complete 30 controlled reps.

*The goal is to increase the second number while decreasing the 3rd number.
*Every time he reached 20 reps in his first attempt, he upped the weight.

Obviously, he started off very poor at high rep squatting, but as you’ll see it only took 8 weeks to get to a level that he’d consider to be respectable…Learn more

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