Ryan Hughes Fitness 360 — Get His Program!
Ryan Hughes is a beast in the gym, and he's quickly tearing it up in the fitness world. It wasn't always this way, though. Not by a long shot.
In high school, Ryan was the skinny kid who had to run around in the shower to get wet, as they say. He was killing himself in the gym but results were hard to come by. He finally arrived at an epiphany: Come hell or high water, he wasn't going to be the smallest guy in the gym any longer. No way.
Ryan was an ectomorph; that is, someone with an extremely high metabolism who has difficulty gaining shape and size. What he figured out was that nutrition would either make or break him. So he started putting in as much time in the kitchen as he did in the gym. And he escaped hardgainer hell once and for all.
Now Ryan is the biggest cat in the iron jungle. He's frikkin' yoked. So if you're tired of being the skinny guy who receives only fleeting looks of pity and scorn, check out Ryan Hughes' "hardgainer no more" training regimen.
Ryan Hughes' Fitness Program
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Definitely more reps I wouldn't suggest really light way more like light to medium range weight but definitely a lot more reps,,lifting heavier will build muscle but it will just sit under fat ,lifting lighter will help cut up some of the excess meat that you have and also try to start adding in a lot more cardio it will help out greatly
How are you doing sir. I am 29 years old and weighs 207 pounds and my highroad is 6"1. I work at a fast moving job eight hours. What's my goal? To gain 20 more pounds of mass and muscle no water weight. What can I do to stack on. I have been taking this weight gainner Russian Bear, trying to gain muscle mass and weight. If you can help please get back will be greatful! P.s. trying to load picture but will not let me.
Hello, Im 15 and I recently suffered from a torn acl wrestling. I had surgery a week ago. I will not be able to hit the weights hard for a good 7 weeks! So I was wondering if anyone knew a good stack program? I want the real deal like vitamins, protein, creatine, recovery and much more! I feel this will help me bounce back after such a long break anything will help! Any suggestions??
You can hit the weights hard for your upper body easily with a wheel chair.... i am 24 years old got blown up in Afghanistan and currently use a wheel chair to work out almost everyday. Get a wheel chair and use it to workout man trust me your torn ACL isn't anywhere close to my injuries or near the number of them that I have. Train Hard and stay FOCUSED!
first day on this program, felt a little intimidating doing bench. I have been flying solo so I would never do barbell bench because i didnt have a spotter, i would use the machine instead. today i found out that my bench is wayyy weak, but i swallowed my pride , and did what i could with good form., however when it was time I did go heavy on the machine to max strength hopefully it will reflect