How to End Anabolic Slow Down

Posted by Jason Ferruggia

I got back late Tuesday night from an awesome four day trip to Chicago (the home of my two favorite athletes of all time, Michael Jordan and Walter Payton). For those who have never been I highly recommend going to the Windy City during the summer months. It’s definitely one of my favorite places. Although I wouldn’t want to visit in the winter.

We hit North Street and Oak Street Beaches, where strangely you are only allowed to swim out til the waters at mid chest level and then some guys in row boats stop you. Weird.

We caught a Cubs game at Wrigley on Sunday where I got to see four former Yankees playing (Soriano, Abreu, Matsui, Nady) and actually witnessed a Cubbies blowout victory. An afternoon at Wrigley is a must have experience for any true sports fan.

Then we went up to the top of the Sears Tower (now known as the Willis Tower, unfortunately), ate at some good restaurants (an underrated but great little spot that had fresh, organic food was Big Bowl around Rush & Division), hit some good bars (I especially liked the area around North/Damen) and saw as much of the city as possible on foot. I had to have walked 30 miles if I walked a step this weekend.

Before I left, my buddy, Brad Pilon had mentioned that he was putting the finishing touches on a new system designed to reverse anabolic slow down and that I should be expecting a copy waiting in my inbox when I returned.

Knowing Brad and how thorough he is with his research and how well thought out everything he does always is I was pretty psyched to see what he had cooked up this time.

Every time I read something from him I always have to go back and rethink and reevaluate some of the things I am doing. He is definitely the thinking mans fitness expert.

I just spent the last two hours going through his entire program and am thoroughly impressed. Yet again, I had to stop and think and go back to reread certain things he had written because they were that eye opening and interesting.

Like anyone who has trained for more than 5-10 years I have experienced many of the things he discussed and have been a victim of anabolic slow down myself. As many of you may know from first hand experience, this can be incredibly frustrating. You train hard, month after month and you seem to get nowhere. It’s enough to make you want to put your fist through a wall.

Unfortunately, anabolic slow down is all too common in guys who have trained for more than a few years. However, through a lot of trial and error Brad came up with a plan to halt and even reverse anabolic slow down in advanced lifters.

It’s called Anabolic Again.

The whole thing is extremely cool and looks like an outstanding plan for experienced guys who have been training for a few years and have hit a plateau. This 12 week program is designed to help you break through that and get you back into an anabolic state again.

This program is unlike anything I would have ever come up with on my own, which is why I always continue to learn from guys like Brad and try new things. It definitely looks like something which could provide awesome results for experienced guys who have hit anabolic slow down.

Brad launched this new program while I was away and is offering it at half the normal price until midnight, tonight (Thursday, June 24, 2010).

If you’re bored with your current routine, are experiencing frustrating plateaus or are just looking for something new and exciting to try Anabolic Again just might be the program you’re looking for.

Check it out by clicking HERE now.