Shapeshifter

You?ve busted your butt in the gym and you?ve starved yourself with diets, but you’re still frustrated with the way you look…

You need proven methods that actually change the SHAPE of your body. THAT?S how you?ll reveal the lean, powerful, confident physique that?s just waiting to be uncovered.
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– Your First Step to Post-Rehab Success

Personal trainers are becoming an integral part of the health care team, allowing for people to stay healthy and get healthier faster than ever before. This means the responsibility for fitness professionals to know more about a wider array of injuries, illnesses and medical conditions is at a greater level than ever before.

Trainers are also doing more to hang on to their current clients by educating themselves further to be able to roll with the punches and adapt to whatever their clients throw at them. We could call this Darwin’s theory in the fitness industry: Those who can work with everything will continue to work with everything. Those who don’t will find their clients stuck in physiotherapy and unable to train.
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Holy Grail Body Transformation, Lose Fat and Gain Muscle, Body Recomposition, Bulking Up

New Breakthrough In "Cyclical Dieting" And "Nutrient Timing" Flips Your Metabolic and Hormonal Switches, Allowing You To Burn Fat and Build Muscle At The Same Time, Without Dangerous Drugs… Even If You Don’t Have Fitness Model Genetics

In the next few minutes, I’m going to give you a crucial advantage over 99% of other dieters and muscle-seekers. Some might even say this is an "unfair advantage" because so few people know about it.
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How To Gain Muscle And Burn Bodyfat At The Same Time

by Jon Benson

I remember a friendly argument with my co-author of Fit Over 40 Tom Venuto. It all started when I told Tom how I was eating and training for my last peak. A peak is where you lower your bodyfat and try to maintain as much muscle mass as possible.

“There’s just no way I could ever get in shape eating and training like that,” says Tom. “Sure you could man…what are you, a mutant?” Tom fires back, then me, then Tom….and so it goes. (I really didn’t call Tom a mutant. That was creative liberty.)

So why are so many fitness pros like Tom freaked out about my training and nutrition plan? Simple: I claim it burns fat while building muscle at the same time. Every time I read an article by some doctor or expert claiming it’s “biologically impossible” to gain lean muscle mass on a hypocaloric diet (a diet low in calories) I just laugh.

I do more than make claims–I have proved this to be true many times. I’ve had my bodyfat hydrostatically measured during several peaks. In all but one I showed an increase of muscle mass and a decrease of bodyfat during a 12-16 week period. The one time I didn’t show an increase in muscle mass when was I was training the most in the gym. That may not make sense right now, but it will in a moment.

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Should you build muscle using high intensity training?

As stated in my previous article, there are different ways to build muscle fast. You have to ask yourself some questions. How often do you want to go to the gym? How hard (intense) do you want to train when you are there. If you do not want to go to failure or close to failure, then you probably do not want to follow a high intensity routine. In this routine you would lift the weight until you can not do any more reps. it’s not easy and requires a great deal of will power.

When training with high intensity, you will need a lot of time to recover. Maybe a few days to a week or more per body part. If you enjoy going to the gym a lot and do not want to push yourself and train high intensity, you might want to try another routine,. One where you can not go to failure and save a little bit for the next workout which might be a few days later.

I prefer high intensity and I believe it is the fastest way to gain muscle but not the only way.  And there are so many hours in the day. Why spend too long in the gym and too long training each body part. Hit each body part once a week and hit them hard. Then rest and eat. Go to failure on each set or close to failure and do not do more than a couple of sets per exercise and a couple of sets per body part.

So remember, if you train with high intensity, train only for a short period of time and not too often. Get the rest and nutrition you need to recover and grow. Train, eat, rest, and grow is the formula to build bigger muscle.