Are you looking for a complex weight training program?
Are you constantly looking to change up your workout program?
Do you ever give the weightlifting program you are using a chance to work?
Are you always reading about new programs and new routines?
Are you constantly changing routines and never seem to get any results from weight training?
I know because I have done all of these things in the past. I made many, many mistakes on my journey.
Yes, This is Typical for Most People…
Most people get caught up in constantly looking for a new and complex weight training program.
They are looking for something that works better than what they have been using.
And for many people… what they have been using is not very good at all. Some people have a great weight training program in place but only give it a few weeks before they change it to something else.
This is typical.
I see it and hear it all the time. I get people coming from other types of programs who email me constantly wanting a new weight lifting program. Most all of them have never given their previous weight lifting programs a chance… even if they were less than optimal.
You have to choose a good weight lifting program and stick with it for at least a few months.
If it's a solid weight training program, you will make good progress if you are doing everything else right. Everything else means diet, nutrition, sleep, water intake, rest and recovery, tracking results, making adjustments, etc.
Many people are looking for some complex weight training program because they just don't think the simple weight lifting programs with simple guidelines will work for them. They need something better. Something more complex.
The people who make the most amazing progress are usually using the simplest weight lifting programs based on the correct principles and guidelines.
NOTE: Don't get me wrong… if you're not making progress each weight lifting workout, you need to change something! The WLC System teaches you how to do this.
What Are The Correct Principles and Guidelines for a Solid Weight Training Program?
Here is the #1 most important principle in ANY weight lifting program. If a weight lifting program is based on this #1 principle, you will make progress NO DOUBT.
Increasing the amount of weight you lift EACH WORKOUT is THE MOST IMPORTANT principle to ensure you are always making progress in the gym.
No other principle in existence for ANY weight lifting program compares to the above principle. Nothing.
Increase the weight on each exercise each workout and make amazing progress.
You might be thinking: “How am I supposed to increase the weight every single workout on every single exercise I do? That's impossible!”
Well… I'm here to tell you that it's not impossible. It's very possible with an intelligently designed weight lifting program based on all the right principles.
You don't need a complex weight lifting program with all these complex muscle building techniques that some so-called muscle building guru discovered in top-secret muscle building experiment that was only released to secret government agents that worked for the secret Department of Muscle Mass.
Instead, we're going to use simple weight lifting programs designed around proven principles that work.
When you try to make something complex that doesn't need to be, that's when you start getting stuck and make ZERO PROGRESS for years. I've seen people do this over and over.
If you're at that point, you're not alone. There are so many others right there with you. And that's why you found this page.
You Need a Support Structure Built Safely and Soundly Around Your Weight Training Program
Weight training alone, no matter how GREAT and PERFECT your program may be, is NOT going to be enough to help you get amazing results.
You need more than that.
You need a SYSTEM built around your weight training program that improves your results from your weight training workouts.
Who wants to go to a gym, fight against the weights, put tireless effort into every workout, sweat your butt off, fight for every rep, and just cancel out all that effort and time by not having the correct support structure in place?
No one wants that, but that's what most people have.
Most people go to the gym with no plan AND most people leave the gym with no plan. If they do have a plan, it usually stinks anyway. Bad plans or no plans at all lead to ZERO progress.
A good support structure built around your weight training program will ensure you are always getting optimal results.
I want to go over an example of just one vital piece to a good support structure for your weight training program. Remember, none of this is built around some very complex weight training program. You just don't need a complex weight training program. Not necessary.
How Many People Do This?
Let's say you are using a solid weight training program that is proven and based on the correct principles for building muscle and strength.
You do everything right in the gym.
Your weightlifting program is based on the 7 core weight lifting exercises, uses the correct workout frequency, allows proper rest and recovery time between workouts, uses the correct training intensity for your recovery levels, and most importantly allows you to increase the weight every workout.
So you follow the program exactly when you're in the gym.
But what about when you leave the gym? Are you eating properly? Are you following all the correct principles for optimal progress when you leave the gym? If not, you're going to make a little progress but nothing like what you could have.
An example of something most everyone does:
You start out eating 3000 calories the first week because that's what some calculator told you to eat if you wanted to build muscle. The calculator was just an estimate but you thought it would be exactly right. You didn't know that the calculator could be completely wrong.
So you continue eating 3000 calories for the duration of the weight lifting program.
You never monitor your lean muscle gains and fat loss to see what type of progress you are making. You make little progress from the weight training program and chalk it up that the program just wasn't good for you.
You'll never find a good program that's going to work because you're support structure surrounding the program just wasn't good at all. No weight lifting program can stand alone and give you amazing results.
You have to do everything else outside the gym properly as well.
Instead of simply eating 3000 calories, you should have measured your results each week and adjusted the amount of calories you were eating each week depending on your results. If you had done so, your results would have greatly improved. And I mean greatly improved.
But there's much more than just tracking your results and making the right adjustments…
You need a complete supporting system built around your weightlifting program. And that's what we have with the WLC System. Many people might read some of the principles within the WLC System, like the example given above about adjusting the amount of calories you are eating, and think that it's common sense.
Yet, they never follow that principle and NEVER get the results they want.
The WLC System is the supporting structure you need that will lead to amazing results from any properly designed weight training program. It gives you everything you need to know to support your weight training program and provide amazing results.
Here's How it Usually Works…
Let's say you have an amazing new and complex weight training program that everyone says is amazing.
You can't wait to get started.
You were a few weeks into your basic and simple weight training program and was starting to see some good progress for the first time in your life. But you just couldn't ignore this amazing NEW and complex weight training program you saw on some website, television, or even from a friend of yours.
Your friend had been doing it for a week and had already gained 5 pounds of muscle! Wow! You had to get started.
So you started using this new program and didn't see the results you thought you would get even after 4 to 5 weeks of trying so hard. But others were getting AMAZING results because you saw some made up before and after pictures on a website. So you kept trying even harder and got nothing. You finally gave up.
There must be another amazing program out there that would work better.
So you start your search again for some complex weight training program. You find another one that is so amazing it beats the last and you forgot about the simple and basic weight training program that was actually working for you. Once again, no results after several weeks of trying hard.
That's how it works.
You Need a Weight Training Program That Works For You…
Besides the supporting structure we provide you with the WLC System, we also provide over 70 different weight training programs intelligently designed around the most important principles that are proven to provide results.
The WLC Workouts Manual provides 9 different styles of weight training and a guide to help you find the style of weight lifting that works best for you.
You'll start out with basic and simple full body weight training programs that are guaranteed 100% to provide amazing results if you use the WLC System as your support structure.
Once you see how great the basic and simple weight training programs work and you've moved past the beginner stage, you'll be able to move up to other styles of weight training.
As you got through the different styles of weight training programs, you learn more about yourself and what works best for you.
You can then focus in on that style of training and amaze yourself at the results you can get. Your jaw will drop when you know how your body responds to different things. Once you learn your body (because everyone is different), there's no stopping you.
You can literally build muscle and burn fat on demand at any time you want.
If you want more muscle, consider it done. If you want less body fat, consider it done. It's simple and easy to do once you learn your body by following the WLC System and the weight training programs within the WLC Workouts Manual.
Always remember… you do not need a complex weight training program.
You need a solid weight training program based on the correct principles and a solid support structure built around your weightlifting program. That's it. It will work and you'll see amazing results for the first time in your life.