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From 2004-2007, I would spend hours upon hours on cardio equipment while getting ready for my bodybuilding shows.

It was such a nuisance and I was constantly trying to make it harder because it felt like it was a waste of my time. But I did it because it was dogma and that’s what the fake fitness experts told me I should be doing to ‘cut up’.

Well, I then started to put together some hybrid workouts heading into 2008 and it was also at this time that I hired a very influential Coach in my life to guide me as I aimed to become the ‘human strength expert’.

His methods coincided with my ideas and thoughts, but he had 25 years plus on me to help explain the science and real world application.

Anyhow, a big part of our training philosophy at Newell Strength was founded at that time. We termed it M.E.T, short for metabolic enhancement training. If your nutrition is on point then this is the way you must train to change your body: get the heart pumping from head to toe.

We have a way we incorporate this into our programs, but if you are up for a challenge, pick something like squats or RDL’s and see if you can go for 4 minutes straight. I’ll preface that by saying you need to have a foundation and the weight must be respectable.

When the heart is pushed to the max, which you do through a fast paced strength training approach, the body will change. Not because of calories burned, but much like fasting, because of the hormonal changes going on in the body.

Be unconventional - Kyle Newell

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P.P.P.S-I will be holding a virtual goal setting workshop on…. I am taking 12 people, it’s free for current members. You can attend if you aren’t a member for a fee of $30. Here is the registration link.

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