Rusty Moore is releasing his new workout program for 2014 called Visual Impact Frequency Training. It is a low volume, high frequency training program that aims to rapidly increase strength and maximize true muscle tone. This program is the first of it’s kind to enter the fitness market and it’s a really interesting product.
If you are a reader of this blog, you’ll know that I strongly recommend Rusty’s fitness guides that he already created for men and women. His approaches are aimed at getting fit while making sure to get a body that looks nice and attractive. Many people want this outcome for obvious reasons. As a result, a number of people who read the reviews of the Visual Impact programs on this site appreciated learning about Rusty Moore and his programs, and eventually became his customers and followers.
The official launch of Rusty’s new program is going to happen on Monday 20th October 2014. But, if you are interested in this product and want to know what it’s all about, you are in the right place. This Visual Impact Frequency Training Review will tell you what you need to know in order to learn if this program is right for you.
What Is The Visual Impact Frequency Training Program?
At it’s core, the program is aimed at adding density and definition to your physique by using a strength training strategy that has not been used in any other fitness program before. The workout is for both men and women who want the benefits of this training approach. Interestingly, The Visual Impact Frequency Training routine involves working out 4-6 days per week, hitting the same muscle groups each and every day that you workout. It runs for 6-8 weeks.
The training is done in a way to minimize fatigue and maximize tension. Therefore, despite the high frequency training you will NOT be at high risk of overtraining.
Why The High Frequency Routine?
The high frequency training is the cornerstone of the program, so it’s not optional if you want the maximum benefits of the workout.
The idea for the program came from the training approach used by the Eastern European Weightlifting teams. Eastern European countries like the Soviet Union and all of the countries that it comprised such as Bulgaria, has been overwhelmingly dominant in Olympic lifting from since around the 1960s.
They have been dominating the sport over their competitors in the West such as the US for years. And it has been discovered that one of the significant factors that contributed to their consistent victory in the sport was the unique training technique that they adopted.
They found that repetition and workout frequency was the key to rapid improvements in strength and performance. They avoided muscle breakdown when they trained. And by avoiding breakdown they were able to “practice” lifts with 2-3 times frequency as their competitors in the West.
Visual Impact Frequency Training makes use of the same concept, combined with western influence bodybuilding methods to help users, not just get stronger, but also leaner with maximum physique definition.
Visual Impact Frequency Training is not your typical mass building program that requires the “blitz, rest and recovery” principle. The program focuses on increasing the nerve impulse and strength to a muscle without increasing size, while creating a condition ideal for fat loss.
Yes, you’ll gain a lot strength on this program, but not muscle mass. The aesthetic benefit of the workout would be phenomenal. You’ll end up with overall “true muscle tone” and spectacular definition. The also has the right conditions to effectively drop body fat to get really lean.
What You Get To Work With?
The course comprise of an eBook manual in PDF format and a variety of exercise videos that demonstrate the style of training presented in the manual by Rusty Moore.
In the eBook, Rusty Moore explains the method in it’s entirety in a nice writing style that’s very easy to understand. I believe that with the information you’ll get in this course, you could become an expert on this training method yourself.
The exercise demo videos are also very useful, and will help you perform the workout precisely as you should. Each video is presented in high quality production by Nate Miyaki, who is also a very knowledgeable fitness expert.
Will Visual Impact Frequency Training Work For You?
Due to the nature of the training, the people that would benefit the most from Visual Impact Frequency Training are experience lifters who want to maximize physique definition. The workout is not ideal for weight training beginners who doesn’t have at least 2 years consistent weight training experience. But if you are a beginner, you may want to check out Rusty’s other courses Visual Impact for men and Visual Impact for women.
Watch a Visual Impact Frequency Training review in this video