2x4strength – If You Desire Greater Strength and Better Results

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.

How do I know? For 6 years, I’d been struggling to reach a 600 lb deadlift. I was so close, but I could never close the gap. 2 x 4 enabled me to finally achieve this feat. My colleagues who tested out the program saw the same transformations, noticing rapid strength gains and improvements in body composition, aesthetics, and self-confidence. You deserve to experience the same rewards from your training.

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.

But the training program is just one component of the resource. 2 x 4 contains the following components:

$60.00 The 14-week 2 x 4: Maximal Strength Training Program, accompanied by an extensive FAQ manual and a section that teaches you how to adapt the program for different goals and preferences

$150.00 A quick-reference guide to over 140 exercises, with full descriptions, pictures, cues, and video tutorials for every single exercise

$80.00 A quick-reference guide for the 36 safest exercises, with full descriptions, pictures, cues, and video tutorials for every single exercise

$10.00 A 2 x 4 Personal Records Tracker Sheet to keep you on track and note your PR’s for the big lifts

$80.00 A Biomechanics of the Squat and Deadlift manual – teaching you how form and anatomy affects joint loading and also teaching you how the biomechanics between different variations differ in joint loading – this is the most extensive manual on the squat and deadlift to date

$50.00 A Cues for Big Lifts document discussing the best cues for the squat, bench press, and deadlift exercises, along with video links to an extensive video tutorial for each big lift