Building this much muscle on your arms is now a REALITY. Prepare to hate yourself for the time you wasted doing 1,000′s of curls.
I‘ve had enough.
It seems that everybody these days is jumping on the latest magical fitness phenomenom. I can’t go outside without hearing words like functional training, CrossFit, Metabolic training, or P90X.
Before you get sucked into a trend — think back and try to remember why you got into strength training to begin with. Didn’t you dream of packing on slabs of muscle? Or a ton of strength? Or maybe you were like me and really wanted to get big, veiny, sleeve tearing, girl seducing arms.
My name is Dan Trink and I’m the Director of Personal Training at one of America’s top 10 gyms as chosen by Men’s Health, proud holder of too-many-certifications-too-mention and writer for too-many-magazines-too-count.
I also happen to have enormous arms. Aside from the Mr. Clean jabs, I get asked by dudes like yourself everyday how I got my physique.
But it wasn’t always this way. In fact, I used to be a soft, fat guy; The weight room saved my life.
At 28 years old, I was 50lbs overweight working as a creative director for an ad agency — I needed a change — so, in the four months leading up to my wedding, I lost 51lbs.
It wasn’t until I looked at the pictures from my honeymoon that I thought, “this still isn’t what I want to look like; I’m not fat anymore but I still look like crap.”
I read everything I could on working out and nutrition. I put in tons of hard work and it paid off. My doctor even asked me if I was on steroids. (I wasn’t and never have been.)
I did all of this before I trained a single person. I always figured you had to ‘walk the walk’ before telling others what to do. Now my guns have become a part of me. Everywhere I go it seems to be a show. I catch girls looking up from their phones (probably texting their boyfriends) to check out my sleeve popping, vein bursting, should-be-illegal gun show.
That’s 5%! Meaning 95% either fail or plateau.
How do the 5% do it? They know the importance of finding a great program and sticking to it. These 5% understand the need to progress in their workouts. They know that doing the same thing, the same way, over and over again will stop yielding results.
In order to get to Swolesville you need to stop making the same mistakes that most guys make. Personally, I can’t walk into the gym without seeing the following:
I don’t know about you but I always dreamed about having big arms. The type that would make my friends jealous and have girls turning their heads. So, after 100s of clients, over 142 research papers, and putting myself through all kinds of torture, I cracked the code.
There are 5 key factors that are involved in this program:
My Supercompensation Slingshot™ works on the same principle but is much safer and won’t make you hate life or puppies — unless you’re a cat guy and already hate puppies. If that’s the case, then this will make you hate cats. If you already hate cats and puppies, well — I got nothing. In this program you will train with more volume on your guns than you probably ever have before. You won’t ignore your other body parts, they’re going to be put into maintenance mode for the time being.
Instead of harsh dietary interventions, I’ll be changing the training to deplete your glycogen with a concept called overreaching (planned overtraining, done safely). After a period of planned rest your arms will slingshot back and grow bigger than you ever thought possible. You might have to cut some slits in your sleeves.
This workout doesn’t act like one of those “lose weight fast” gimmicks that has you losing 5lbs of water weight in a week. The slingshot is a powerful mechanism but it takes time. For the 4 weeks of the program you may not gain any size. In fact you will probably lose strength.
Keep going — the farther you pull a slingshot back, the stronger the rebound.
After the 4 weeks the Supercompensation Slingshot™ starts to do its work. Starved for glycogen the brain sends frantic signals to the muscle to grow as quickly as possible to adapt to the cumulative stress it just went through. Eat right, lean back, relax, and enjoy the sleeve popping.
His approach to strength and conditioning is a unique combination of the deliberate application of cutting edge exercise science and experience based on hundreds of hours of face-time training clients. Being a strength coach is an interesting profession as you need to understand to the science of training but without having put in the hands on time coaching, applying those principles you wouldn’t be able to apply the training nuances that allow your clients to get the extra 10-15% changes in their bodies that they couldn’t get elsewhere.
Dan personifies the ability to do this and lives the template of an ideal coach that all trainers should strive for. I always look forward to my conversations with Dan as they are always intellectually charged interactions which leave me with a list of ideas to explore and implement, making me a better nutritionist. ”
What I really respect most about Dan – other than being a top rate coach and someone whom I have a lot of respect for – is that he’s constantly learning and open to learning from other people. He’s always observing, listening to others, and honing his craft. Always.
What’s more, not only does Dan talk the talk, but he walks it. He’s one of the most well-rounded and passionate trainers I’ve ever met, and he’s dedicated to his clients.
Even more important, Dan is just an awesome human being, which is pretty much the best compliment you can give someone. And he undoubtedly deserves it.”
So what makes a personal trainer or strength coach “great?” Is it knowledge? The ability to write solid programs? Hands-on experience training clients? Professionalism and integrity? Being a good communicator and problem solver?
It’s all those things and a lot more, and there’s no better example than Dan Trink. Plus, he’s got big arms. ”
Before we go any further I should warn you, this program is not easy. You will get sore and you will want to quit. But if you’re one of the 5% of dudes who is mentally strong enough to make it through or want to be one of those 5%, then you are ready to take your first step to to a set of giant pipes. So without further ado…
The 2 Tickets to the Gun Show training system featuring the Supercompensation Slingshot™Component 1: The Training Manual ($297 value) – This manual includes everything you need to know about the Supercompensation Slingshot™ and provides all SIXTEEN vein bursting workouts. It is the entire 4 weeks of programming and everything you need to know before, during, and after to make sure you’re successful.
If I were to sit down and write you a 4 week program I would charge you at least $300. That’s not taking into account the fact that I charge $150/hr for my training clients. In fact, magazines pay me upwards of $350 for a single article. However, you’re not going to pay anything close to that and you get more…
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These templates have on them the exact exercises you need to do in addition to the sets, reps, and some notes on each exercises. They’re ready to go. Just print them out and bring them with you to the gym.
For this week only you get the entire package for $27.99. That’s less than $1 a day! Is having the arms you’ve always dreamed of worth less than a dollar a day? I definitely think so.
Simply put, you have the opportunity to finally get a program that’s going to make your stubborn arms grow. The Supercompensation Slingshot™ has been used by bodybuilders for years. Finally one of New York’s premier trainers is taking the powerful concept behind the slingshot and making it accessible for you.
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Sure it’s an option. I’m not going to sit here and tell you that this is the only program that works for growing your arms. It isn’t.
I’m also not going to claim that this is the best way to train and there is no other possible way you can build rippling biceps.
So your first option is to keep doing what your doing. Maybe it’s working. If that’s the case, great. I’m happy for you.
But you found yourself reading a page about biceps, my guess is that you’re not 100% satisfied.
With 2 Tickets to the Gun Show I’ve laid out exactly what you need to do in the next 4 weeks to put more size on your arms. This program is tough. It’s not something you have ever done before.
I’m GIVING you my Supercompensation Slingshot™ so that you can have a shortcut to the arms you dreamed of when you first stepped into a gym.
With this program, I’ve packaged everything together for you. All you need to provide is your hard work. You ready?
And here’s another thing…
Why continue to waste your time in the gym doing the same program or not doing a program at all. It’s time… time to book your tickets and rip some shirts.
See you on the other side,
Dan Trink, CSCS
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P.P.S. Questions about the program? I’ve probably answered it below:
What about overtraining?
Overtraining is probably one of the most abused terms in fitness today. While the phenomenon of overtraining is certainly real, most people never reach it. They just don’t have the time or desire to workout often enough to get to an overtrained state. However, with that being said, I’m going to give you a safety net to insure you don’t overtrain. I’ve included a week-by-week calendar as well as a 4 week overview laying exactly when you should train to make sure you are getting the most out of the program and not putting yourself at risk.
Will I hold onto these gains?
There’s no reason that you shouldn’t hold onto the gains you make on this program as long as you continue to keep some form of arm training in your workouts. You certainly won’t include this amount of arm training volume in your program moving forward (at least you shouldn’t) but as long as you are giving your biceps, triceps and forearms some training stimulus, you should hold onto what you’ve earned. Remember, gaining new muscle mass is much more challenging than keeping it. And, here’s the good news. This program is yours to keep forever, so you can always go back to it when you feel your arms need an additional boost (I would just wait a few months before repeating this program).
What do I do after the program?
I would recommend going to either a 3 times per week full body program or a 4 times per week upper body/lower body split. You can still train whatever strength quality you choose (strength, hypertrophy, endurance) but I would stay off any specialization programs for a while.
Can I train other body parts too?
You will train other body parts once per week (and I include that aspect of the program) but it will be at a reduced volume. One of the keys to a specialization program (and this is where a lot of people get it wrong) is that you have to reduce the amount of training you give your other body parts during the phase. You want all your energy and resources going towards the task at hand — building huge arms. I promise your chest, back and legs will be just fine. We’re going to do just enough to make sure you don’t lose any muscle there. And, even better, they’ll be recharged and ready for training once this program is over.
What should I do if I can’t move my arms?
I’m not going to sugar-coat it – this program is tough. There are going to be some nights where you’re not going to be able to bend your elbows and your tricpes are going to lock up. I’ve gone through great lengths to insure that the training is arranged to accommodate the additional soreness that you are going to feel from this program. With that being said, I’m not inside your body. If things get too intense and you need to take a day or two off to get back on track, I encourage you to do so. Big arms (or big ‘anything’ for that matter) is not worth pain or potential injury. I want you to push hard, I want you to exceed your limits (it’s the only way to succeed in the gym) but I also want you to be smart and use common sense.
NOTE: 2 Tickets to the Gun Show is a completely downloadable series of e-manuals. No physical products will be shipped. After you order, you will get INSTANT ACCESS to download all product components onto your computer (no waiting or shipping costs!). The format for all manuals, workbooks, checklists, etc, is adobe acrobat PDF which can be viewed on Mac or PC.
Oh and when she compliments your arms be sure to send me an email.
What would this be without a disclaimer?
Due to recent statements from the FTC, it is required that I identify what a typical result is. The truth: most people never do anything with the products they buy, so, unfortunately, most of the time the typical result will be zero. It’s up to you. Book you’re ticket to the gun show — the train goes straight into Swolesville. See ya there.
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