I just got these questions in via my Youtube account and I thought you might be interested in the answers.
I just saw one of your video (the anti-aging secrets one) and I was looking at your chest and wondering how much weights did you use for your bench press? Which kind of exercises did you use for your chest? And how much reps/sets? Isn’t it hard to get big on your diet? How much and from which food do you get your proteins?
That’s all. Sorry for all my questions and thank you in advance for your answer.
Thanks for your questions Marc. I’ll answer them below.
1. I just saw one of your video (the anti-aging secrets one) and I was looking at your chest and wondering how much weights did you use for your bench press?
RH: Marc, I just use the weight of my body for the most part. I haven’t done a bench press in probably 15 years. Nor do I go to a gym or use weights at home.
Doing hi reps of push-ups will help you build a strong and muscular athletic chest. You may not look like a steroid head, but you’ll develop a classic muscular body.
The upper body portion of the workout in my Lightning Speed Fitness Program goes into the most effective push-ups I know and how to do them to get the best results.
http://LightningSpeedFit.com to get the details.
Ideally you want to be able to crank out hundreds of push-ups per day and do so in less than 10 to 15 minutes total time. That’s where my Push-Up Blaster Program comes in.
It shows you the trick I learned (Muscle Blaster X) one day from Jack LaLanne who used to hold the record for the most push-ups done in an hour. That guy had the most amazing fitness level. No one was ever able to keep up with his workouts and he used to offer something like a $50,000 reward for anyone who could keep up with him on his workouts.
http://PushupBlaster.com to learn how to do more push-ups in a row in less than 7-minutes per day.
2. Isn’t it hard to get big on your diet?
RH: Not at all. I get as much or more protein in my diet than a baby nursing on mother’s milk. For instance our son Andrew almost tripled in weight in his first year drinking mother’s milk.
Why would I need more protein myself. I don’t plan on doubling or tripling my weight this year. So my protein levels are more than enough to build as much muscle as I desire.
3. How much and from which food do you get your proteins?
RH: I don’t technically need protein, what I need are actually amino acids and they are abundant in all whole foods. There’s protein in all foods because in order for a cell to exist it must have amino acids or protein and all food is created from living cells of plant or animal life.
Protein is the biggest non issue nutrition myth you can imagine. Simply get enough calories from a variety of sources of whole foods and your protein needs will be met.
I eat mostly fruits and vegetables with small quantities of fatty foods like nuts, seeds, avocados and coconuts. The highest protein foods in my diet (per calorie) are actually greens.
So if you want to increase your protein intake while increasing your health, beauty and longevity, I suggest you eat a MEGA salad every night.
Or consider trying my Savory Veggie Stews. They make eating nutritious greens a delicious addiction because they don’t taste anything like a salad.
Here’s Carolyn’s experience with Savory Veggie Stews…
Just wanted to say thank you for the Savory Veggie Stew recipes! I’ve already made Pizza Veggie Stew and Tex Mex Veggie Stew and both of them were great!! It’s always a challenge to find something raw that tastes great and is filling, especially in cold weather.
My 92 year old Mother (who is in great shape) and my boyfriend Eddie (who has no stomach due to Benzene poisoning) enjoyed the recipes also. Can’t wait to try another one tomorrow. I just ordered the Progressive Chopper which will make the recipes even quicker and easier to make!
I made Curry Zucchini today and it’s another winner. Thanks again!
Love and Blessings,
Alrighty then here’s how you can double your greens intake and guarantee you have an abundance of amino acids (protein) to build as much muscle as you choose.
Hope I didn’t bust too many myths for you today at once. Life is often very simple.
Just eat enough foods and you get enough protein. Do push-ups properly and you can build a strong and muscular upper body with one basic exercise.
To Your Radiant Health, Happiness, Fitness and Infinite Potential,
The Youth Restorer
I bought your Push Up Blaster program couple of weeks ago and since then I have blasting away all my push up records…Never in my 42 yrs on earth I COULD do more than 20 push up in a row. Today within a month I am doing 40 in a row.
My target now is hundred in a row, target date May 31st which is also my birthday. Thank u for coming out with a program like this.
with warm regards
Glad to see you’re improving so rapidly Deve.