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Bigger Arms With Baby Weights

 Today’s Video on How To Get Bigger Arms With Baby Weights

A Day In The Life

Today Vince shares his “secret weapon” for building bigger arms and shoulders. “I’ve brought on a special guest, Eric Seifert, who is the number one Muscle Activation Specialist here in Toronto. He treats everyone from elite level bodybuilders like my buddy Ben Pakulski, to every day guys looking to relieve pain and bring up lagging body parts. For me, my goal for him is to help me get bigger arms and shoulders.”   Bigger Arms With Baby Weights

Bigger Arms With Baby Weights

“I’ve just started using MAT Therapy and I’ve found that it has really helped to balance my body out and start to make me more aesthetic without having to add extra training volume to my weak body parts. Be sure to watch to the end. Eric is going to put me through a bigger arms workout and you’ll learn new pointers and techniques on how to get your shoulders and arms to grow faster. If these are your stubborn body parts too, Eric has a few technique tweaks that will make a HUGE difference in the amount of tension you put through those muscles.”

Muscle Activation Therapy

Muscle Activation Therapy identifies areas of imbalance in the body and targets the related weaknesses. After only one session you should see great improvement in both your strength and flexibility. Each session thereafter should continue to build on the progress made in the preceding session; allowing the body to manage more and more activities throughout the day.

The Theory

The theory behind Muscle Activation Therapy is that the entire body has to work as one in order to function safely and effectively. This means that if one muscle or area of connective tissue is weak, it will lead to injury in the surrounding muscle and tissue due to a lack of strength and support.

Therefore, Muscle activation Therapy is focused on finding weak areas surrounding the part of the body that was injured. Once found work begins in order to  increase its strength and flexibility. The goal of this type of therapy is to increase the power and resilience of specific areas of the body in order to provide additional support for the surrounding areas with the thought that this will allow the injured part of the body to heal, and be protected from a repeat injury. via How to Apply Muscle Activation Therapy-Skinny Ms.       Bigger Arms With Baby Weights  

MAT™ is a powerful muscular assessment tool that analyzes and corrects muscular imbalances.

MAT™ focuses on the cause of pain by testing, correcting, and maintaining muscle contractile efficiency. via Muscle Activation Techniques – MAT™ focuses on the cause …


  • Increase strength
  • Increase flexibility
  • Speed healing
  • Increase resistance to injury
  • Increase physical performance
  • Decrease the effects of the aging process
  • Keep you “In the Game”

via Muscle Activation Techniques, MAT – muscle imbalance …

After years of limited motion in my shoulder from a ski-ing accident I decided to try this form of therapy, it worked wonders. I now have full motion and no pain whatsoever. M.A.T. works!