The Squat Every Hour Program!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

I thought today would be the perfect
day to unveil the big breakthrough in
strength training and muscle building.

It's guaranteed to put 200 pounds on
your squat in just one week - while
doubling or perhaps even tripling
the muscle mass of your thighs,
hips and lower back.

It's been tested at major universities,
and in double-blind tests, previously
untrained college freshmen have
increased their one rep max in the
squat by an average of 157 pounds
per week for the entire 12-week

In addition, they increased their
vertical jump by an average of
8.497 inches per workout.

They also increased their speed in
the 40 yard dash so much that it
became impossible to accurately
measure their speed of motion.

Of course, as you might expect, the
pros are all using the new system -
and reporting great results. One top
champion with over 20 years training
experience increased his total body
mass by over 40% in just three
days. He says it's the most effective
training program he's ever used.

Here's the program:

You perform 12 workouts every day.

Each workout is 30 minutes long.

For the first workout of the day, you
perform five warm-up sets in the
back squat, followed by one set to
maximum muscular failure.

Then perform five lighter sets to
keep the blood pumping into the
quads. Rest 10 seconds between
the pump sets.

The entire workout takes only 30

This is your mass and hypertrophy

Rest 30 minutes, and then repeat the
workout. However, in the second workout,
do five warm-up sets followed by 10 singles
with your maximum weight. Rest 15 seconds
between the singles. Perform all reps at 125%
of your maximum top speed.

This is your strength, speed and power

Rest another 30 minutes and then take your
third squat workout. This is your light session.
Do 2000 continuous reps with bodyweight on
the bar. This helps recovery and prepares your
body for the next heavy workout.

Alternate the three workouts every hour for
12 hours.

Perform the 12-workout per day program
every day for 90 days, adding weight to the
bar every third day.

The program is called Maxabolic Hyperbole
12-Phase Gain Blast Training, or MH 12P GBT.

Of course, before giving it a try, you might
want to check the date on the calendar.

Happy First Day of April, everyone!

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. The March issue of The Dinosaur Files
newsletter doesn't cover MH 12P GBT, but it
does give you tons of great training tips
from me and from your fellow Dinosaurs.
Go here to grab the little monster:

P.S. 2. My other books and courses are right
here at Dino Headquarters:

P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "If it sounds
too good to be true, it is - and someone out
there is making a fortune off of it." -- Brooks