I almost quit.
I failed as an athlete trying to build athletic muscle and as a college meathead trying to re-establish some semblance of athleticism.
From those days forward, I’ve been on a mission to build a body that both looks good, and is able to perform outside the gym.
Truth was, I wasn’t’ happy with my porous results and I wouldn’t be happy unless I had the best of both worlds—being athletic and muscular. Not one, not the other, but both. I battled with the question, what’s the point in being just strong, just athletic, or just jacked?
I found I wasn’t alone. There were hundreds of others who felt the same way, you’re probably one of them.
There’s more to building athletic muscle than deadlifts and lifting weights. There’s no perfect recipe, and that’s a big part of what Bach Performance is about.
That’s why I’m excited for my brand new post with T-Nation.
I’ve expanded my Seven Laws of Athletic Muscle to 11 laws to help you build a high performance body. What’s needed are sound principles to make real change and get things done.
Your body should exude confidence in your abilities and perform in the world, not just the platform. These 11 tips will take your training to the next level.