Hell Raiser Training Method Will Crush Your Muscles Into Another Level

Put your muscles into a high difficulty with Hell Raiser training.

Hell Raiser Training Method Will Crush Your Muscles Into Another Level

Hell Raiser Training seems to be one of the most hard-training plans out of the other programs. A lot of us didn't hear of the Hell Raiser Training, listen. It's a twelve-week program designed to give you some great muscle gains by subjecting you to some gentle torture.

The training method invented by Tom Fuller, the idea behind the entire program is to push your muscles to break their limits by performing a delegate centered around hell. Yes we know, you might say what the hell is the delegate of the "hell of hell". We'll get to that in a moment. First of all, you should start by discovering 80% of the maximum weight of your first actor. For example, if your maximum workout size exceeds 70 pounds - you should find 80% of that weight. Then you perform curls with this maximum weight 80% (in this case 56 lbs) for 8 reps. This is when things begin to become attractive. After your regular actors, you will do four additional actors. What makes those four additions so special? Well, your training partner offers resistance by lowering the weight you raise. Then go down slowly while your partner maintains the gentle pressure for about five seconds.

The plan is to put your already burning muscles with this extra amount of cruelty. Fuller stresses that during the resistance phase it is necessary to allow a steady drop on its way down. This way you will get additional burn. Once you complete the first twelve weeks of training, Fuller suggests that you change things and perform the training every two weeks, incorporating different technologies in the transition period for diversity. We will give you an example to explain more.

Day 1: Biceps and TricepsClose Grip Bench – 2 sets, 8 reps + 4 Hell-centric reps (HR)
One Arm Machine Triceps Ext – 2 sets, 8 reps + 4 HR
Lying DB Triceps Ext – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Standing DB Curls – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
DB Preacher Curls – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Reverse Curls – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Forward and Reverse Wrist Curls – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR

Day 2: LegsLeg Press – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Leg Extension – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Hack Squats – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Hamstring Raises – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Standing Leg Curls – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR

Day 3: Rest
Day 4: Chest and ShouldersBB/Smith or DB Press – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Incline Smith or DB Flyes – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Pec Dec – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
DB or Smith Military Press – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Side Laterals – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Barbell Shrugs – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR

Day 5: Back/Rear Delts/CalvesWide Grip Pull-Ups – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
T-Bar – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Narrow Grip Pull Downs – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Reverse Pec Dec or Bent Laterals – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Calf Extensions – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR
Calf Raises – 2 sets x 8 reps + 4 HR

Day 6 & 7: More Rest & Relief
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