Exactly how to get started bodybuilding magazines
I’ve always wanted to build muscle, but I really didn’t know exactly how to get started.
One of the first things I tried was reading bodybuilding magazines. But it seemed like what these guys were achieving just wasn’t very realistic for me. I didn’t really want to become a 300 lb. monster with veins the size of water hoses. The more I learned about these pro bodybuilders the less I really felt like I could related to them. They obviously start off with really great genetics for building muscle.
But their advantages don’t stop there–most of them use some kind of performance enhancing drugs. That’s definitely a risk I’m not willing to take for both legal and health reasons. Sure, you can build muscle more quickly that way, but I wanted to do things the natural way.
I went to a gym and started lifting weights. I really didn’t know what I was doing but I did see some improvements.
I also decided to check out bodybuilding supplements to see if that would help. I foolishly spent hundreds of dollars on a bunch of products that I thought would help me get bigger and stronger. But I was disappointed with the lack of results from these pills and powders. I was wasting my money on stuff that really didn’t seem to make much difference.
My breakthrough came when I decided to try the new No Nonsense Muscle Building 2.0 program. Vince Delmonte created this diet and workout plan, and he’s a guy I can kind of relate to. Like me, Vince struggled to put on muscle and didn’t succeed when he first tried. But he eventually discovered some tried-and-true, old school methods that worked. He put on a lot of mass in a relatively short period of time. Vince shared his results with the world when he launched his first muscle building program a few years ago.
One really nice thing about No Nonsense Muscle building is something called “Gene Expression Training.” The idea is that people respond differently to training and you can maximize your results by adjusting some of the training variables (like the number of repetitions). I was able to go through this material and customize the program to fit my specific body type.
I also learned the importance of proper diet when I went through this program. Before I kind of ate haphazardly, not really keeping track of my protein or caloric intake. I followed the eating plan carefully so my body could properly recover from the intense workouts.
So far my results have been fantastic. I have been able to put on some muscle and I plan to keep following this program until I finish one of the training cycles. I may eventually switch to another program or type of training, but for now I’m really thankful that I found this guide for building muscle. No Nonsense Muscle Building turned out to be a great investment for me and I’d encourage you to try it if you are looking for a good program.