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DUP is the little-known strength training method used by the strongest lifters in the gym that will get you stronger without ever hitting a plateau.
…About what strength athletes and every day lifters are calling the "gold medal" of strength techniques for men and women of any age looking to get strong, fast.
This black market strength method allows you to lift more weight within as little as 3 weeks, without hitting a plateau.
In fact, if you start using this method today, you’ll get results so quickly that people will accuse you of cheating.
Being strong is the foundation to getting and staying lean, building muscle, and athletics. If you skip out on learning this method (which is backed by science and research), you could stay weak forever.
Now, you may not be as weak as the guy in the picture, but you’re reading this because compared to many people, you feel like you’re weak. It’s not your fault.
There’s so much out there on the internet. You see videos of people lifting more than you on Facebook and Youtube. If that’s not enough, the raw world record in the deadlift is 1015lbs. If you can deadlift 355lbs then that’s a paltry 35%. If you were being tested, you’d have an "F" in your deadlift, and you’d be going to summer school.
D.U.P. pretty much flies in the face of everything published in bodybuilding magazines over the last 20 to 30 years, which advise you to:
While their alleged increased advances in “assistance” no doubt attributed to this, they were also proponents of high-frequency training (similar to D.U.P.) – squatting, pulling, snatching, cleaning and pressing six or seven days per week, and up to three times per day.
Test subjects using the D.U.P. Method have added 20lbs to their bench press, 15lbs to their deadlift, and 20lbs to their Squat in less than 3 months.
Mike is a competing powerlifter, and currently holds the Under-23 bench press record for the South East of England.
He has coached clients from all over the world for powerlifting, bodybuilding, physique competitions, photo shoots and sports performance.
Before discovering evidence-based training and flexible dieting, but was a full-on "clean eater" – but fat!
His writing work has appeared on T-Nation, Livestrong.com, Layne Norton’s website, the Personal Trainer Development Center, and EliteFTS.