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About

Hi, my name is Yuan.

You’re probably curious what this whole operation is about, so I’m going to talk a little about my progress and what this site is about.

When I was 18, I weighed 114 lbs at the height of 5’11” (no typos here)…bad genetics for lifting weights.

Over the next few years, I tried a little bit of everything. I would try something for a little while at the start of the year and then stop when it wasn’t working. I’d get very frustrated because I stall very early on and couldn’t grow out of using pathetic weights. After this, I’ll rage quit and take the rest of the year off.

Before I turned 23, I finally decided to get this area handled. I thought that this was it, I had to make it happen.

So I sat down and took a look at a bunch of bodybuilding/weightlifting programs that people talked highly of online.

A New Discovery…

I noticed that just about every routine used the basic barbell movements. In fact, the whole routine always revolved around the basic barbell lifts. They were: Squats, Bench Press, Overhead Press, Deadlifts. My conclusion was that these were the most important exercises because they were in every routine.

Now, I was finally on the right track. I looked for the best program for beginnesr barbell training and came across the book ‘Starting Strength’.

My Results

I followed the program exactly as is and the growth that resulted from this program was absolutely incredible.

I was able to increase my work weight every single session without fail.

I started with the empty barbell and within 12 weeks, I could:

  • Bench Press 135 lbs
  • Squat 225 lbs
  • Deadlift 225 lbs

I was using those weights for reps.

Now…if you don’t think that’s impressive, shame on you. The progress was enormous for someone like me who struggled with the empty bar in the very beginning.

Comparing Yourself With Other People

I knew guys that could bench press 135 lbs the very first time they tried the exercise. I knew a guy that could bench 225 his first time.

I also watched a video interview of Jay Cutler, who said that he could incline bench 315 lbs at the age of 16 on his first attempt at the exercise.

There is a huge genetic variance between people. What matters is improving what you’re working with day by day. Comparing yourself to others and trying to speed things up will just lead you to stall early, wasting a bunch of time.

Just worry about how your own progress relates to you and enjoy the progress.

The 600 Club

The main purpose of my site is to help guys lift their first 600 lbs total (or more) in 12 weeks. A total is the combined weight that you can squat, bench press, and deadlift. At the end of the 12 weeks, you’ll be doing:

  • Bench Press 135 lbs 3×5
  • Squat 225 lbs 3×5
  • Deadlift 225 lbs 3×5

It’s 600 lbs total or more because this goal can be achieved just about any healthy male….when you follow the program completely.

The first person that I trained was a personal friend and he was able to achieve those goals in just 8 weeks. He was naturally a stocky guy and had a stronger foundation to work with. So if you have above average genetics, you’ll be able to go beyond without a problem.

Get Started Now, Everything is Free

The 600 Club is the results you will be achieving by the end of 12 weeks.

I have brought together the resources that you need to succeed.

This includes:

  • The manual that contains the workout routine, diet and exercise technique
  • Youtube video demonstrations
  • A series of emails containing tips and tricks to help you succeed. They are strategically setup to be sent out over the next few weeks to help you at the right times on your journey.

If you start now, you’ll be at least 600 lbs stronger in 12 weeks. Put this off, and you’ll be kicking yourself in 12 weeks…realizing what you could have had…






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