About Mike Westerdal From Critical Bench
Mike Westerdal is a big guy with almost 230 pounds of pure muscle in his body. He is a bench presser in the amateur category, and has already competed in the APA, APF, and AAPF federations. Currently, Mike owns and operates the website www.CriticalBench.com. The website is dedicated in providing its members and visitors with knowledge about weight lifting and body development.
Before he gained all of that muscle, he was an ordinary guy who weighed 155 pounds. That changed when he went to Central Connecticut State University (CCSU), where he got his college diploma. During his college years, he joined and played on the university’s D-IAA football. After graduating, he immediately pursued getting a personal trainer certification from American Council on Exercise.
Today, he is proud to have released several training books including his latest, 14-Day Muscle Mass Program.
Starting then up to now, Westerdal writes articles about health and body development. Few of his old write-ups can be found at the following weight lifting magazines: Monster Muscle, Powerlifting USA, and REPS! Besides those, his other articles are posted on various websites on the net including Critical Bench. He is now living a married life with his wife Courtney, and settled down in Clearwater, Florida. During his free time, he trains at Tampa.
After gaining the confidence he acquired from writing articles, he proceeded on writing eBooks. After a few attempts, he was able to publish a best seller. It was his book titled Critical Bench Program 2.0. The book garnered multiple positive reviews, and it received numerous testimonials about its effectiveness as a good guide to increase muscle weight with bench-pressing fast.
As mentioned, the book offers helpful tips and steps on how to increase the weight you need to lift during bench press by as much as 50 pounds every ten weeks. And by the way, be warned that this book has spawned many imitators and half baked plagiarist. Due to its popularity, many devious individuals have attempted to gain a few bucks out of it.
Also, you should know that the Critical Bench Program 2.0 is actually a revised edition of the Critical Bench Program that was created 15 years ago (1999). Most of the things included on the original version are actually from Mike’s personal experience when he started doing bench presses after high school. And in case you have already seen his before and after photos, you will be convinced that what he did is 100% effective. You can rest assured that the content he provides is not just recycled articles from various sources.