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Wednesday, November 20, 2019

BBcom Featuring: Program Overview | Jacked In 3: Paul Carter

Elite bodybuilding and strength coach Paul Carter focuses on modalities that help grow or retain muscle while keeping wear and tear to a minimum, letting you train three days a week.
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This innovative, adaptable training program is for anyone with limited time who still wants to train hard and get jacked. To deliver workouts that give more than they take,

 The Highest Quality Workouts in the least amount of time.

 | Better Gains, Fewer Pains, and More Time to Live Your Life! | The program is built around Carter's accumulative volume training, which lets you push solid weight in every workout and still be fresh for the next one. You have numerous choices every day for what moves to do and how hard you train. It's just four weeks, but can be extended indefinitely!

 | Expert Instruction | In an extensive overview video and complete upper-body video workout, Carter will show you everything you need to know to perform his unique training protocol. This is the kind of high-level guidance that makes all the difference!

 | Nutrition and Supplement Plan | Strip it down to the basics! The three main guidelines of Paul Carter's food and supplement program were created, like the workout plan, to simplify your life while maximizing your gains.

 A hard truth of training is that the training method that would produce the fastest results is almost always one you can't do. Why? Because you're a semi-responsible adult and have the schedule and life stress associated with adulting.

 This doesn't mean you can't achieve good or even potentially great results. But it means you should probably skip the training routines of Olympia-level bodybuilders and professional athletes who make a living through human performance.

 For the normal-life adult, training economy—not intensity or volume—is probably the most important factor to be considered in training. Unfortunately, training economy is also far harder to define than those other two variables.

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