Fitness Atlantic Writer Mike Westerdal
Mike Westerdal Short Bio
Mike Westerdal is the owner of CriticalBench.com. He earned his BS from Central CT State University and holds certification as a personal trainer with the American Council on Exercise.
Westerdal is a contributing muscle writer for various bodybuilding magazines and his articles are published throughout the Internet. In addition to writing Westerdal
is also a competitive powerlifter. To learn more about his revolutionary bench press training system read about the Critical Bench Program which has
helped thousands of lifters beat a personal best visit his site.
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Mike Westerdal Articles
Review of the "No Discount" Guide to Fitness Marketing
Muscle Fiber Types - Which Type Do You Have More?
DoggCrapp Training - DC Training Program Overview
Nitric Oxide Supplements Review
A Look At The Sheiko Training Routine
Underground Strength Manual Review
The 5X5 Workout Routine
General Physical Preparedness (GPP) - Are You Strong But Out Of Shape?
P90X Workouts - The Review
Review Of Jeff Anderson's Combat The Fat Program
Central Nervous System (CNS) Fatigue
What Is The Glycemic Index?
ART Therapy - Active Release Techniques for Strength Athletes
Rep Ranges Revealed
Body Types: Ectomorph, Mesomorph and Endomorph
How to Get a Pro Card in Strongman
Beta Alanine Supplement Review
The Benefits of Digestive Enzymes
The Pump: Fact or Myth?
Don't Let Adrenal Fatigue Happen To You
Protein Powder Basics And Beyond
How To Achieve A Positive Nitrogen Balance And Why You Care
Choosing The Right Dumbbells Without Getting Ripped Off
10 Key Factors For Bench Pressing More Weight
The Reverse Band Bench Press
Celebrity Weight Gain - How Do They Do It?
Primal Weight Gain - What To Eat To Gain Weight
Cartoon Weight Gain - Is It Contributing To Bigarexia?
Get Your Iron Game Terminology Straight
Dumbbell Exercises You've Never Heard Of
Commercial Health Club Hassles
Dumbbells Versus Kettlebells
An In-Depth Look at the Spartan 300 Workout
How to Create an Adrenal Rush for a Max Lift Attempt
What To Eat To Gain Muscle
What Is The Right Age to Start Weight Training?
Can At Home Fitness Workouts Be As Effective As Gym Workouts?
Powerblock Dumbbells: The Dumbbells That Grow as You Grow!
Why Dumbbells Make More Sense
No More Excuses: At Home Workouts Using Dumbbells
Stimulate Growth With Low-Incline Flys
Barry Bonds Steroid Use
Dangers Associated With Anabolic Steroids
JM Presses For Developing Extreme Tricep Power
What Are Normal Testosterone Levels?
Student Anabolic Steroid Statistics
Train Your Weak Link for a Big Bench
Gym Sales Secrets - Get The Best Deal
Avoiding A Bench Press Blowout
Heavy Negatives are Positively a Good Idea
Don't Be A Ceiling Thruster!
Steroid Side Effects
Up Your Bench Press Max With Singles
Want A Big Bench Press?
How To Raise Testosterone Levels
Don't Let These 8 Mistakes Sabotage Your Bench
Free eBook: 50 Keys To A Bigger Bench Press
Most people when they go to increase their bench they work their chest three times a week figuring more work will mean more gains. There is more to the bench than just the chest. You also have to work the other muscles involved in the bench press. Determine your sticking point whether it be the bottom, middle or top and train to overcome the plateau. If you want to increase your one rep max and become a better bench presser download this free ebook compliments of our friends at Mike Westerdal and Ben Tatar of Critical Bench.com entitled,
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The Critical Bench Program
This bench press program is a power program designed to help you increase your one rep max by an average of fifty pounds during the ten week training cycle. It is different from other programs because you are provided with the actual weights you will be using on bench day and given a full body lifting split to follow. Over 3500 powerlifters, weekend warriors, and athletes have had success with our system.
Visit this Web site to get more information: www.criticalbench.com.
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