One Workout Per Week / 45-60 Min. Workout
Move from 225 for a few reps to a solid, smooth 300 with no guessing and no complex math involved. Each weight for each rep is laid out for you!
Essential Accessory Moves
Build A Chest as Strong as It Looks
Don't do too little, or just as bad, too much. Just do what the plan says, and you'll build an iron shield that'll move a heavy barbell with ease!
Warm-up and Mobility
Non-Equipment Specific / Pattern-Based Training
What keeps most people from hitting ambitious strength goals? Injury, terrible warm-ups, and a lack of mobility. This fast, effective mobility plan will have you getting more functional as you get stronger!
Add Strength and Muscle
Everything You Need, Nothing You Don't
This is a bench-and-accessories specialization plan. Nothing more, nothing less. Just plug this plan into your existing program one day a week and start building a bigger bench today!
How much ya bench?
It's about time you had a more interesting answer to that question. There's nothing wrong with hitting 225 or so for reps. It's a great achievement, in fact. But once you've got it, then what?
Follow this straightforward, easy-to-follow plan as written, and you'll build a next-level bench that will transform your upper-body strength and muscle. Do it: Bench 300!
Testimonials for Bench 300
Bench 300 has already changed thousands of lives. Here's what those who followed this program have to say.
Just finished this program. All I have to say is "Amazing." It is like this program was designed for my body. I was able to bench 225 for 5-6 reps when I started. I put up exactly 305 in 12 weeks.
This program was crazy. I've never gained this much this fast. When I started the program I was only maxing 245. 55 pounds gained is ridiculous.
I am at week 11 and at my past workout I got 300 for 3 reps, easy. It is an excellent program that works because it confuses the body with flat bench, incline and dumbbells, and mixes up the weights. I had been stuck at 275 for many years after getting 320 back in my college days.