Showing posts with label Muscle Building. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Muscle Building. Show all posts

YOUR BIGGEST MUSCLE GAINS, FASTER THAN EVER

YOUR BIGGEST MUSCLE GAINS, FASTER THAN EVER

MI40 stands for Mass Intent 40 and Mass Intent is the only muscle-gaining system that makes a conscious INTENT to create TENSION in the muscle, relies on the intensifier NOS ™ and exploits the scientific significance of the number 40 when it comes to rapid and permanent muscle growth.

The training manual goes into depth explaining the science behind the intensifier technique NOS ™ and how to execute Intent. I have used NOS ™ & Intent to become one of the best bodybuilders on the planet and will rely on it right until the Mr. Olympia. You can use it to change your body & life.

Component 3: The 40-Day MASS Instruction Workout Videos
Get coached by Big Ben and watch him guide world-class athletes like Figure Champ Emily Stirling, Bodybuilding Champion Matt Stirling, Pro Fitness Model Vince Del Monte, and TNA wrestler 'The Freak' Rob Terry, to the next level. If these athletes have room to learn and grow, you do too!

Keep this in perspective: to get a 1 to 1 hour with me in Tampa, Florida, you're looking at $150 an hour, and it would take us about 7-8 hours to cover all the major bodyparts. To be frank, I think $150 an hour is a steal for the value I deliver.

So.... WITHOUT A DOUBT... the BEST part about MI40 is getting over SEVEN (7) hours of coaching time with me on HD video! SEVEN HOURS of life-changing step-by-step instruction! That would cost you $1,050 if you came to Tampa, Florida to hire me. But you won't have to pay even close to $1,050 and you're so much more with the entire MI40 System today!


Bodybuilding and Protein intake: It’s about the quality, not the quantity dudes (and dudettes)

Bodybuilding and Protein intake: It’s about the quality, not the quantity dudes (and dudettes)
Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding 
I can't say this is truly fact,  just my opinion based upon experimentation.
Among's weightlifters, the is this tendency to put down as much protein, especially animal protein, as possible, to bulk up and build muscle.
I have found this to be a waste of time, for one simple reason, in that the human body can only process so much of that protein that goes into the body.
Just like those many people trying to lose weight by counting  their calories, weightlifters tend to count their grams of protein per day, with many of the "protein zealots" taking in several hundred grams a day.
Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding 
Having always had the opposite weight problem that many have, that is, me finding it hard to put on weight as opposed to those desperately trying to lose weight, it seems that what works better for me is to focus on protein sources that are highly absorbable and processable by the body.
Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding 
Me, being the typical guy, always trying to get a 'bod like the guy pictured above (uh, well maybe somewhat like his body in symmetry,  but slightly less big), went though the phase of buying wheel barrels of chicken breast, and even trying the 10 raw egg shakes (the raw egg thing lasted about 2 weeks for me), my longest steak was putting down 2 to 4 of cans of canned tuna every day for a year or so in my early thirties.
In in the end, putting down all that animal protein every day, normally for commercially processed chicken and cattle, or high mercury canned tuna in toxic lined cans, doesn't create more muscle, but in reality only creates more stress on the body.  A better approach is to go with smaller servings of more quality protein, which should allow for more to be absorbed by the body.

White or Brown Rice

White or Brown Rice 

Rice
Rice 

I’d like to write a blog-post on rice. Why would you ask. It’s just nutrition. With the difference that bodybuilders eat a lot of rice. White rice and brown rice. We use it to manipulate our body-composition, not only to eat for energy. We manipulate our endogenous insulin with white rice, so we don’t need to inject (exogenous) insulin. The most important difference between brown and white rice is its effect on insulin output. This is called the Glycemic index.  I don’t want to confuse you with all aspects of insulin usage and nutrition. The timing, counting, cycling. That’s why we will use this blog-post to explain the nutritional value of rice.
Foods are used by strength athletes in the first place as a source of energy, to perform heavy work-outs. The most important source of energy for the strength athletes body are carbohydrates (especially glycogen) and fat. In a heavy work-out the body will first choose to burn carbohydrates. If the depots of glycogen are getting empty, the body switches to the combustion of body-fat and proteins. Body-fat as a combustible needs 10 percent more oxygen to produce the same amount of energy. Proteins are even more unproductive because they can only produce around 50 percent of the maximum energy. These problems can be prevented, by eating a carbohydrates rich meal before a heavy work-out to fill the glycogen depots and if you train very long or perform aerobics after your work-out you can eat during or between work-out sessions.


Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilder
Bodybuilder

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilder
Bodybuilder

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilder
Bodybuilder

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilder
Bodybuilder

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilder
Bodybuilder

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilder
Bodybuilder

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures

Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Pictures