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Critical Bench: Review Exposes Mike Westerdal’s Muscle and Strength Building Program
Date:12/9/2013

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) December 09, 2013

Critical Bench, a muscle building and strength training system created by Mike Westerdal that is helping both men and women bench more weight than they ever thought possible has caught the attention of Shane Michaels, prompting and investigative review.

“Mike Westerdal’s Critical Bench program is helping fitness enthusiast of all ages and abilities set and achieve their goals of not just bench press weight, but also overall strength and appearance, too” reports Michaels. “With a simple, proven method, users can learn how to build more muscle, burn more calories, and gain strength efficiently and permanently.”

Learn the #1 mistake people make when failing to bench press more weight.

Critical Bench 2.0 has been featured in and on BodyBuilding.com, Power magazine, Reps! Magazine, Planet Muscle magazine, and several others. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Critical Bench, Mike Westerdal is offering a unprecedented discount for his training materials. Those who purchase the Critical Bench Program 2.0 receive the actual Critical Program 2.0 guide, customized training logs for 100-500 lbs., the Bench Press Fundamentals online DVD, along with four bonuses which include the Critical Deload Routine, Critical Conversations with Elite Iron Warriors, the Critical Exercise Guide, and the In-Depth Report on Creatine’s Usage in Sports. If purchased separately, all materials included would total more than $300, but are currently available for just $47. Best of all, each purchase comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee to ensure that everyone is satisfied with the system.

“Critical Bench has proven to help users increase their bench press weight by 50 pounds in just 10 weeks,” says Mich
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