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Shortcut to Size Workout Review

There are countless people out there that have struggled to get the body type they like, most of those people are on the verge of giving up on their vision. My message to anyone out there thinking about quitting is to check out the latest 12 weeks Shortcut to Size, which was designed by Jim Stoppani.

What makes this special?

The thing that drew me to this program was the fact that it uses proper science, and when you use science you’re going to get outstanding results. You can find thousands of workout programs online, they’re usually written by some big gym heads that won’t be able to breakdown the science or nutrition behind what they’re doing. Yes, they have amazing bodies that they have worked super hard to achieve but you need a scientist to explain things. The creator of this program has a PhD in exercise physiology, if the guy who designed it has a Dr. before his name then sign me up!

So what’s it all about?

Shortcut to Size is a 12 week workout program that has been designed to help you bulk up by adding muscle to your body. Once I completed my 12 weeks I found that a lot of my clothes were getting a bit tight, I had to hit the mall to go on a shopping spree.

You will also notice that as you go through the program your strength will increase no-end – that is one of the aims of the program. Strength and size will go hand in hand, it’s the number one reason why I think this program is very effective.

Here’s why I like it

Some industry leaders are of the opinion, as am I, that one of the main reasons why it’s effective is because of the ‘rest-pause’ feature of the exercises. For example, during the first fortnight of the program, you are instructed to rest for 15 seconds after the last set, then you start over again.

For weeks 3 and 4, you do the same thing, but you’re told to put more weight on, but for the final set you reduce the weight. So you do the set, rest for 15, then repeat and do it until failure.

The biggest reason why it’s good for people to follow a ‘rest-pause’ workout as opposed to reaching failure immediately on the last set is because you will be able to squeeze in a few extra reps before you hit failure. This makes it better than other workouts because of the science that’s behind it, so you will see some truly amazing results on your size and strength as the weeks go by.

Have you tried the Shortcut to Size workout? I would love to hear your thoughts, experiences and tips. Please do share everything you want in the comment section below. I’m looking forward to reading it all.

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