STIFF MUSCLES DON’T GROW (and look ugly)

Hey! If you’re like me, you LOVE to train with weights… right?

You might even LOVE the feeling of being sore after training
also (as I get older I’m beginning to hate being sore though).

Pounding the weights, getting stronger and building muscle is
fun… right?

But what happens when your addiction begins to ruin other
areas of your life?

Like what happens when you lift all the time, without adding
mobility and stretching to your routine, and your muscles stop

Did you know that stiff joints, that steal range of motion from
your exercises, puts a screeching halt to your muscle growth?

Did you know that stiff hips, that lack segmental mobility,
greatly reduces your vitality and sex drive?

It’s like having cement poured into your underwear!

Did you know that poor posture, due to imbalanced and tight
muscles, is unattractive to the opposite sex?

Did you know that you can do something about this problem of
damaged joints, low sex drive and poor posture?

Try this =>

Grow Stronger,
Elliott Hulse

2 thoughts on “STIFF MUSCLES DON’T GROW (and look ugly)”

  1. Donald says:

    Yo Elliot I totally agree with you on stretching. Just that I have some questions for you (hope you’ll like what I ask). I am a 22y, healthy active lifestyle and lean eating person. I do yoga about once every week, and I stretch almost before and after workout everytime. But even still when I squat my lower back hurts, despite all the stretching. It feels like overtraining. I had to rest for a few minutes before continuing. Not sure if I have any problems with the erector spinae area but I am worried about how to train my legs without squatting/lunging. Can you give me some tips on what to do, as well as maybe making a video with your whole body about how to “arch” the back, since I believe I’m overarching a bit to get power. CHEERS!

  2. Austin says:

    This reminds me of a guy I knew in high school. Very stiff posture, moved almost like a robot. Of course, his personality matched exactly. Always tense, you can tell he thought out everything before saying it, and was never able to relax or cut loose.
    Its amazing how the mind and musculature affect one another so much

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