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How to add muscle where you need it most

Chad Waterbury, PT, DPT, MS
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In this webinar, Dr. Chad Waterbury, PT, DPT, MS, author of Elite Physique, will cover high frequency training (HFT) principles for adding muscle mass to your most stubborn body parts. Training hard and heavy two or three times per week with compound movements is great for building overall size and strength. But if you have a lagging body part, such as your biceps or calves, that approach rarely fixes the problem. You need a targeted strategy for those stubborn muscle groups through a higher training frequency. Waterbury will teach you how to make the most of HFT protocols that require little to no training equipment and only a few minutes per day to trigger new muscle growth.

Learn more about Elite Physique and get your copy of the book here.