Buff Dudes And The 9-Week Journey For The Goblet Of Gains: World 2

The Buff Dudes: Journey for the Goblet of Gains

As your journey continues, you enter a strange and disturbing part of the forest. No more happy little trees and sunshine here! Instead, you see yawning black caves, gravestones, and gnarled branches blocking out the light. You’re tired from the struggles you’ve already faced, but you must press on.

Level 2:1: Supp Essentials

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You’ve taken your body to its limit, and your new workouts are bringing more volume, more work, and more hits to your health points. Now it’s time to increase those stats with some power-ups.

Working out drains you, and sometimes you don’t get adequate nutrition from food alone to keep leveling up. Set foot in his cave, and let Supp Dude show you how elite warriors perform and recover with science-backed staples like whey protein, BCAAs, and a solid pre-workout!

Level 2:2: Gym Mistakes

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At the halfway point in your journey, you’ve accomplished a lot, but nothing gets easier from here on. Your mental approach is now more important than ever. The road from here to the goblet is full of pitfalls and dead ends, some of which you may be contributing to yourself.

But fear not, your intrepid guides the Buff Dudes are here to help you solve the most common gym mistakes that sabotage the beginning and intermediate lifter. If you’ve stalled out at this point in past journeys like so many before you, this is essential information!

Level 2:3: Enter the Superset

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About five weeks into a program your workouts may not feel as hard as they once did. You’re making gains and are ready for a new challenge. That challenge is the superset.

When performing straight-set workouts, you generally rest 60-90 seconds between sets. No longer! Your gym time from now on will be rife with supersets, where you perform one exercise, then immediately transition into another that either works an antagonist muscle or doubles down on the muscle group worked by the first move. Either way, it means more work, less rest, and more gains. If you’ve been plateauing in your results, this is a battle you need to throw yourself into.

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