Have you been lifting weights and not seeing the results you desperately want?
You are not alone. Are you spending too much time at the gym? Perhaps you’re
finding yourself back in physical therapy after another lifting injury.
Now for the big question: Have you heard about
? How X3 Was Born #
The X3 training system is built around variable resistance, and the results are
almost too good to be true. It can help you maximize muscle growth, lose weight,
and improve your bone health. And it accomplishes all this in far less time and
with less risk of joint damage than using traditional weightlifting equipment.
Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? Well, it’s not, and since you’re still
reading, we’ll assume you’re still interested.
It all started with Dr. John Jaquish’s first invention, the osteogenic loading
. After his mother was
diagnosed with osteoporosis, John set out to find a way to help her and millions
of others. And OsteoStrong is now partnered with Tony Robbins for rapid clinical
development―to help as many people as possible in the shortest amount of time. Engineering a Revolution through Variable Resistance #
In creating the world’s most effective bone density-building medical device,
John realized that the human body was capable of far more than originally
believed. In turn, he became the first scientist to quantify maximum capacities
for muscular output.
You’re probably asking yourself, what does that mean? Okay, imagine laying on a
weight bench and performing a traditional bench press.
When your arms are fully contracted, the bar’s position is just above your
chest, and this is your weakest range of motion. At the midway point, as you
push the bar up, this represents your medium range. And when your arms are
almost fully extended at the highest position in the movement, this is your
strongest range of motion.
Here’s the problem: Each range of motion is capable of handling different loads.
This means that when you’re weight lifting, you’re never maximizing your entire
range of motion.
You have a choice to make. You can either choose an amount of weight you can
handle in the weakest range of motion, or you risk injuring yourself. And that’s
not a good choice.
Essentially, lifting this way has its limitations. To avoid injury, you have to
choose the maximum amount you can handle at your weakest range. Therefore,
you’re not ever maximizing the amount of weight suitable for your medium and
strong ranges of motion.
In other words, you’ll never be able to fully engage your target muscle, which
is why one of our mottos here is:
Weightlifting is a Waste of Time
. How We Developed X3 Training #
By cross-referencing user data from our OsteoStrong program with exercise
statistics from the American College of Sports Medicine, John determined that
there is a seven-fold difference between the average muscle load from lifting
weights the traditional way compared to what our muscles are capable of
And if we’re not able to
maximize muscle load
, you’ll always
come up a little short at the gym.
In creating the X3 system, John took all the data from the studies to create a
force curve, which allowed him to identify peak capabilities throughout the
entire range of human motion. This was the moment of truth, that
when everything becomes clear: Weightlifting has it backward, and the lack of
results many people experience when lifting the old-fashioned way can confirm
allows us to handle more load than
conventional weight lifting will allow, and it maximizes the entire range of
motion―the weak, medium, and strong ranges. This means that the weakest range of
motion dilemma we referenced above is eliminated.
The superior efficacy of variable resistance training like X3 has been confirmed
in 16 different academic research pieces, with benefits over weight training
demonstrated for all kinds of different human performance metrics.
Now, to be fair, it’s not a magic pill. You’ll still have to bring the effort
and eat right and maximize all of those other components that go into creating
the strong, healthy body you want. But, you’ll be able to do it more easily,
more quickly (as in workouts that last 10 minutes vs. 60), and more safely.
powerful variable resistance device
will now allow you
to maximize muscle growth in ways you could never have imagined. You may even
notice visible gains from week to week. Or should we say, from weak to strong?