Pete Sisco


Peter Sisco is co-author of Power Factor Training, Static Contraction Training and other books. He is also the editor of the five-book "Ironman's Ultimate Bodybuilding" series and the author of the best-selling e-Book, TRAIN SMART! His partner, John Little, and him have written six books on rational, scientific methods of bodybuilding.

Some of the books he has written!

Pete has written an amazing e-book for bodybuilders to learn from. You can learn: The Truth About HIT (High Intensity Training) - How High is "High"? "High Intensity" is a a term you see thrown around a lot in bodybuilding. But has anyone ever clearly defined the term or exactly quantified it? The Genesis of Power Factor Training. The quest for effective, efficient training through the tools of reason and experimentation. The Best Power Factor Workouts! How to Get Started - Today! Read this and head straight to the gym for a new, refreshing, muscle stimulating workout! All this and much more!


  • Training When You're Over 40: Using More Wisdom And Less Energy

    Training when over 40 years of age? Yes, I'm very qualified to write on this subject - and have been for years. Find out what you should be doing now!

  • Train Your Girlfriend: Show Her The Magic Bullet!

    Two women weigh the same, but one can eat 840 calories more than the other without gaining weight. Learn why and check out this full workout for your girlfriend.

  • Add 1 Inch To Your Arms In 3 Workouts

    Every guy wants bigger arms! There really is no bodypart that says 'big and powerful' as clearly and obviously as a big pair of python arms.

  • Discover Your Optimum Training Frequency!

    How often should you workout? The answer may surprise you! Discover YOUR optimum training frequency to unleash new growth.

  • Static Contraction Training

    Using this method, the test subjects added an average of 9.0 pounds of new muscle (one subject added 28.9 pounds!) in just 10 weeks and increased their full range 1-rep max by 27.6%. Learn how...

  • A New Method To Build Muscle Fast... And Avoid Injuries!

    There are simple ways to avoid injuries and one of them is fantastically effective at building muscle. What? A safer way to lift that increases muscle building? Yes. Here is the full description and sample workouts for a few exercises.

  • Static Training - Who Needs It?

    It's strange how once you get involved in a certain subject it has a way of leading to other connected issues. My initial interest in static contraction training was its application as a

  • Is Going To Failure Necessary?

    I have counseled the practice of going to failure as a means to ensure muscle growth stimulation. But over the years much confusion has developed regarding the use of this principle. Having a clear understanding of the failure principle will save you...