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12 Weeks to a Bigger Squat, Bench Press, and Deadlift

Written on July 15, 2014 at 5:49 am, by Eric Cressey

I'm happy to announce to my new product - a collaborative effort with Cressey Sports Performance coach and regular EricCressey.com contributor Greg Robins - is now available. If you're looking to improve on the Big 3 - squat, bench press, and deadlift - this resource is for you! Check it out: www.BuildingTheBig3.com.

SSG

This resource includes three separate 12-week specialization programs to improve one of the "Big 3" lifts, and it's accompanied by a 140+ exercise video database and detailed video coaching tutorials on squat, bench press, and deadlift technique. To sweeten the deal, we've got two free bonuses available if you purchase this week at the introductory price.

“As a former international athlete, The Specialization Success Guide gave me the structure I needed to not only get back into form, but has put me on track to crush my previous PRs across the board. Currently squatting 565, benching 385 and deadlifting 620, I am stronger, more mobile, and happy to report that my only regret is not having started this program earlier. SSG has been a game changer for me and I am excited to see where it takes me next!”

Jake S.
Needham, MA


“The Specialization Success Guide is legit! This program is ideal for those who want to get stronger, put on lean muscle, and improve their major lifts. The simplicity makes the program easy to follow and the exercise video library ensures everything is done right. Within the simplicity of the program you will find specific details that will target weak areas of your lifts to get you closer to your goals.

“Prior to running the SSG, Greg had been writing my programs for a year and a half using the same principles and philosophies you will find in The Specialization Success Guide. Greg’s programing has helped me add over 50 pounds to my back squat and a recent PR squat of 420lbs (2.2x my body weight), and I will be closing in on a triple body weight deadlift soon thanks to insights from him and Eric – just as you’ll find in this manual on the Big 3.”

Dave R.
Seattle, WA

Again, this resource - which comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee - is only on sale at the introductory $30 off price this week, so don't miss out. Click the following link to learn more: www.BuildingTheBig3.com.

  • Judy

    Just bought the new program and am looking through it. Looks great and I’m excited to start it in a couple of weeks, but I do have one question so far. some of the exercises are listed at 2 sets for 10 reps, and underneath you say to work up to those heavy 2 sets. Can you clarify what that means? Thanks! Judy

  • Hi Judy,

    That just means that it might take a warm-up set or two to “feel out” the appropriate weight to use for your heavy sets. So, you might do 50×10, then 60×10, and realize that two sets at 70×10 is appropriate.

  • David

    Hi bought the program this am and was wondering if you still use/recommend the guidelines in your ‘periodize your diet article” from years ago

    100% pleased with the purchase

    Thanks

  • Judy

    Great, thank you!

  • Thanks, David. I definitely still use a lot of the core principles from that “Periodize your Diet” article.

  • Kirstin Dragasakis

    I’m new to powerlifting, but not training in general. Considering doing my first meet in May. I was just going to to do the Maximum Strength program for now… Think that is sufficient or do I need to purchase this new program? Or do this program next?

  • Hi Kirstin,

    I think you could do both in time for the meet in May. Keep in mind that Maximum Strength is a bit dated, though, as it was written in 2006. With that said, the High Performance Handbook would be a more up-to-date option.


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