According to Dr. John Jaquish, this new wave of transition towards weight training is due to the impact it has on the performance of the body
Dr. John Jaquish, a man of science, has transformed his appearance over the last two years Most people exercise in order to look good and feel more able-bodied and healthier. In most cases, they are not doing it just so that they can talk about how much they bench press. Enter Dr. John Jaquish, a popular influencer on Instagram, who is focused on a better, more time-efficient manner of achieving fitness goals.
Dr. John Jaquish, a man of science, has transformed his appearance over the last two years gaining 45lbs of muscle and losing 15lbs of body fat with a 10-minute workout regime daily and no cardio. The results he has achieved due to his scientific approach to fitness have been incredible, to say the least. His profile online documents his transformation and serves as an inspiration to his four hundred thousand followers.
According to Dr. John Jaquish, this new wave of transition towards weight training is due to the impact it has on the performance of the body. This has pushed Dr John towards enhancing, not only the gym enthusiasts’ muscle training, but also for some of the most prominent NBA and NFL stars. He invented the X3 variable resistance exercise system, to revamp muscle training. “It is a device that can promote three times faster muscle growth than any other traditional means. To fulfil its purpose, the bar takes muscles into a journey of deeper level of exhaustion that is not possible with regular weight training”, believes Dr. Jaquish, who aims to revolutionize the biohacking industry.
No Weights, No Cardio
Dr. John also speaks about the magnitude of the time to be saved for individuals with busy schedules. Based on his insights, the device has changed the way people think about fitness as it saves people from the countless hours that are being wasted in gyms. “When your workout only takes 10 minutes and you see the results that I and so many others [have seen], it just makes your day longer. I used to spend 2 hours a day in the gym, and now I can use that time more effectively, and there is NEVER a good reason to skip a workout."
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