Basic Anabolic Hypertrophy Training

Great book.


We first mentioned this one a couple of years ago now, and you'll be pleased to know that Josh is currently using it for his hypertrophy goals - full details shortly.

In the meantime, a quick look at what BAHT is and how to get it :

Josh Hewett's shared some fantastic information over the years - in the form of videos, articles and, well, just doing it. Good stuff.

Basic Anabolic Hypertrophy Training is a detailed guide to putting a little more muscle on your frame; regardless of your starting point. A summary of what works, why, and how to use it. If you're serious about getting bigger, this is an excellent place to start.

Best of all, it's absolutely free. Basic Anabolic Hypertrophy Training.

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