Weight Lifting Program – Avoid The Traps, Get Expert Advice

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The good news is, you don’t have to go through years of trial and error, slow progress and head-pounding frustration like most people do. You can shorten your learning curve and even slash it dramatically. You can make steady, continuous muscle gains – even if you’re a “hard gainer” and you can lose even the most stubborn fat without hitting a single plateau… But only if you know all the inside secrets of how the beginner’s and intermediate-level game is different from the advanced game, only if you know which training, nutrition and supplement mistakes to avoid, and only if you know someone who is willing to reveal all of these secrets to you.

Let’s face it – It sucks when you put in time and effort, but months or even years go by and your body still looks the same… or, when you get some results, but it’s just happening too slowly! You see other people making great progress and it drives you crazy because you KNOW you could do a lot better… and it pisses you off when you see other people "cheating" by pumping themselves full of roids or fat burning drugs, giving them an unfair advantage (but the joke’s on them and you’ll get the best revenge if you listen to what I have to tell you). My Name is Marc David and I know all too well how it feels, because I began bodybuilding when I was 16, but never got any decent results until I was in my 30’s! I’m not sure whether your goal is to gain muscle, lose fat or do both. Either way, keep reading because no matter what your goals, your age or your current physical condition, you can now use the same breakthrough I discovered in my 30’s that allowed me to finally “crack the muscle growth code” and gain 55 pounds of muscle in 12 months, after 16 years of painful trial and error.…

When I was a teenager, I desperately needed to gain muscle. I was so skinny, you could see my ribs and collarbone right through my chest! You could even see my ribs poking through my back! I weighed a scrawny 130 pounds and could barely bench press 70 pounds! Although I was “healthy” (medically speaking), I was every bit as desperate to pack muscular weight on my bony frame as an overweight man or woman is to lose weight. Unfortunately, I fell into the same traps as nearly every other beginner. I read the bodybuilding magazines and did just what they told me. I worked out furiously – sometimes every day – and ate nearly everything in sight. I took so many supplements, I’m embarrassed to tell you how much money I spent. All of it, to no avail… Spending so much time, money and effort while getting almost nothing in return was frustrating and humiliating. The gains I did make in my 20’s were so small, you could barely measure them: After years of training…


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