Body Building by Will Brink
Whether your goal is to add the maximum amount of muscle to your frame, reduce your body fat or increase strength and general fitness, I think you and I both agree: throwing money away on worthless supplements, fad nutrition programs and unproductive workouts won't help you reach your goals, regardless of what they may be.
At the end of the day, all you really need to know to increase muscle mass and strength or reduce body fat is simple:
- You Need to know Exactly Which 'Bodybuilding' Supplements are Effective & Which Are Complete Hype.
- You Need To Know how to Optimize your Muscle Building Nutrition to achieve the greatest lean muscle mass gains (maximize the anabolic response) while minimizing gains in body fat.
- You Need an Exercise/Workout program that gets you to your goals in an absolute minimum amount of time, that's based on sound principles , that delivers the greatest gains and gives permanent results.
- You need someone - or something- to help you Commit to and Stick with Your Program.
That's it in a nutshell, right?
"But it's not that simple!" you yell back at me. On the surface, it literally is that simple; but for each of those 4 points listed above, yes, confusion abounds.
I promise I can change all that, and there are few people on the planet as qualified as I am to do it. Read what I have to say, look closely at my biography (coming up in a bit) read the endorsements the best experts on the planet have to say about me and the program, and decide for yourself if I am the "real deal" or some scam artist.
So I ask you, do you want hype or do you want the truth?
- Do you want to stop wasting money on supplements that don't work?
- Do you want to follow a nutrition program that's delivers solid muscle mass that is based on real science and the experience of thousands of people, or do you prefer fad nutrition plans?
- Finally, do you want to follow an exercise program that is written by one of the top strength coaches on the planet, designed to get the results you seek in the minimum amount of time, or do you want to spin your wheels in the gym on yet another program that makes promises it can't possibly keep