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Typically, in a gym set-up, an individual uses multi-set, multi-rep workout programs. But there is an alternative to this traditional approach of working out. It is called as the German Volume Training or GVT. GVT was created in the mid-70s in Germany by the national weightlifting coach. It was also known as the 10 set method and was used by the off season weightlifters t Typically, in a gym set-up, an individual uses multi-set, multi-rep workout programs. But there is an alternative to this traditional approach of working out. It is called as the German Volume Training or GVT. GVT was created in the mid-70s in Germany by the national weightlifting coach. It was also known as the 10 set method and was used by the off season weightlifters to gain lean body mass and shed unnecessary body fat. Weightlifters would commonly move up an entire weight class in 12 weeks due to the shear effectiveness of this program. Way back in 1996, a Canadian strength coach named “Charles Poliquin” introduced the GVT to the modern American bodybuilding audience. This ebook will give you the complete story and the technical know-how on how to incorporate basic and advanced GVT in your workouts.


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Typically, in a gym set-up, an individual uses multi-set, multi-rep workout programs. But there is an alternative to this traditional approach of working out. It is called as the German Volume Training or GVT. GVT was created in the mid-70s in Germany by the national weightlifting coach. It was also known as the 10 set method and was used by the off season weightlifters t Typically, in a gym set-up, an individual uses multi-set, multi-rep workout programs. But there is an alternative to this traditional approach of working out. It is called as the German Volume Training or GVT. GVT was created in the mid-70s in Germany by the national weightlifting coach. It was also known as the 10 set method and was used by the off season weightlifters to gain lean body mass and shed unnecessary body fat. Weightlifters would commonly move up an entire weight class in 12 weeks due to the shear effectiveness of this program. Way back in 1996, a Canadian strength coach named “Charles Poliquin” introduced the GVT to the modern American bodybuilding audience. This ebook will give you the complete story and the technical know-how on how to incorporate basic and advanced GVT in your workouts.

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