FST-7 Chest and Biceps Workout
Watch and learn from Hany Rambod, one of the best coaches in fitness, as he takes Men’s Physique Olympia champion Jeremy Buendia through a brutal FST-7 Chest and Biceps Workout!
“My nickname in the fitness industry is “the Pro Creator.” I’ve coached my athletes to 13 Olympia titles and transformed their bodies from impressive to legendary. Today, you get to see me train 2014 men’s physique Olympia champion Jeremy Buendia through one of my incredibly challenging—but incredibly effective—muscle-building FST-7 workouts.“
“This chest-and-biceps workout isn’t easy. It’s going to hurt. But Jeremy is a living, breathing example that FST-7 can help you substantially change the shape and size of your muscles. Come with us and stretch your limits. Before we get into the workout, let’s talk a little about what FST-7 is and what makes it different from your usual bodybuilding workout. FST-7 stands for fascia stretch training, and the “7” stands for the number of sets you do at the end of a workout. The goal of FST-7 is to expand and create microscopic tears in the fascia. Which is a connective sheath surrounding the muscle fibers—around a target muscle group by increasing the volume of that muscle.”
How Changing The Shape of Your Muscle is Achieved
“This is achieved by flooding the muscle with blood by working toward an incredibly epic pump. Stretching the fascia will give you room to grow for the long haul. Heavy weights will get you thicker, denser muscles, but that round, full look comes from training for the pump. With those aspects in mind, this workout is designed so you do the heavy work first. Then follow it with 7 lighter sets that will bring a lot of blood and nutrients to your muscles. That blood means a lot of stretching and growth.”
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