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Default 8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum

8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum
Muscle Mass!
By Sean Nalewanyj
http://www.MuscleGainTruth.com

About The Author
Sean Nalewanyj
Always looked down on as the "skinny kid" growing up, Sean Nalewanyj
has spent nearly the last decade of his life dedicating his time and
effort to researching and promoting the most effective bodybuilding
and fitness methods available. Through his highly successful website,
www.musclegaintruth.com, and his information-packed online newsletter,
Sean has helped thousands of everyday people from all over the world
build more muscle, gain strength, burn body fat and get into the best
shape of their lives.
Sean has written articles for dozens of the top bodybuilding websites
across the Internet and is recognized as an expert authority on the
subject. In less than one year of existence, his bodybuilding e-book,
The Truth About Building Muscle, established itself as the most
popular muscle-building program available on the web today (as ranked
by clickbank.com). His program has received a highly positive response
and was even mentioned in a November issue of the New York Times.
He admits that achieving an impressive, muscular physique is no easy
task, but believes without a doubt that he can help anyone build the
powerful, muscular body they desire as long as they are willing to put
forth the effort.
Visit Sean's Website For More Details
(You can download the first 2 chapters of his e-book at no cost, sign
up for his free muscle-building email course and can also read success
stories from real-life users of his program!)


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Disclaimer
Before beginning any new exercise, nutrition or dietary supplement
program you should consult a physician first. The information
presented herein is not meant to treat or prevent any disease or to
provide the reader with medical advice. If you are looking for
specific medical advice then you should obtain this information from a
licensed health-care practitioner.
This publication is intended for informational use only. Sean
Nalewanyj and www.MuscleGainTruth.com will not assume any liability or
be held responsible for any form of injury, personal loss or illness
caused by the utilization of this information. The individual results
obtained from these methods will vary from person to person and we
make no guarantee as to the degree of results that you will personally
achieve.
2007 - www.MuscleGainTruth.com - All Rights Reserved

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Introduction
There's an age-old saying that's been around for years and that can be
applied to almost any area of life. The saying says...
"Those Who Fail To Prepare Are Preparing To FAIL!"
This wisdom-filled quote directly applies to the concepts of building
muscle, burning fat and gaining strength.
You see, if you don't have an intelligently structured plan and a
blueprint for success, you're most likely not going to get anywhere.
It continues to amaze me how many people I see entering the gym week
in and week out, slaving away on the same old, ineffective techniques
and never making any progress with their physiques. There's just no
logic or rationale behind what they're doing, and it's only a matter
of time before they give up for good.
It's no surprise that 95% of people in the gym end up failing and
never reaching their goals.
It's not due to a lack of willpower or motivation... it's because they
are simply uneducated. There's just no method to their madness.
They come to the gym, toss weights around aimlessly, neglect their
diets and then can't figure out why they aren't growing.
Luckily, you won't be one of these people!
The fact that you are reading this report right now shows that you're
smart enough to realize the importance of proper planning, and this is
a very important step for you to take on your journey to increased
muscle mass and strength.

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In this report I'm going to get right down to the basics by outlining
8 of the most crucial, powerful steps that should be applied to ANY
muscle-building program.
These steps are not highly complex and are not rocket-science, but I'm
continually amazed at the overwhelming percentage of aspiring trainees
who fail to implement them.
So let's get right down to business.
There are 8 points in total, and if you can implement all of them
you'll be well on your way to that muscular, defined body you've been
dreaming of.
Let's get started!

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#1 - Provide your body with a surplus of calories by ensuring that
your caloric intake exceeds your caloric expenditure.
This is first and foremost on the list.
Beyond planning a proper workout schedule with all of the right
exercises, sets, reps and rest periods lies this one simple rule of
muscle growth...
In order to build muscle, you must consume more calories than you
burn!
This is a basic biological law of muscle growth, and if you fail to
consume an adequate number of calories per day you will NOT build
muscle, plain and simple.
The work that you perform in the gym is simply the "spark" that sets
the muscle growth process into motion. The REAL magic takes place when
you are out of the gym, resting and eating. This is when your body
will use the nutrients that you consume to begin repairing your
damaged muscles and increasing their size and strength in preparation
for your next workout.
If you don't provide your body with the raw materials needed to
facilitate growth, this process simply cannot take place.
In order to provide your body with the calories necessary to fuel
muscle growth and to keep your body in an anabolic, muscle-building
state at all times, you should be consuming anywhere from 15-20x your
bodyweight in calories every single day. So if you weigh 150 pounds...
150 x 15 = 2250
150 x 20 = 3000
....Then you should be consuming anywhere from 2250-3000 calories every
single day in order to build muscle.

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You should adjust this number based on...
a) Your Metabolic Rate - Are you naturally thin and have a hard time
gaining weight? Or do you seem to put on body fat just by looking at
food? Depending on your overall body type you can adjust the number
higher or lower. b) Your Activity Level - Do you play sports or work a
physically strenuous job? If so, you'll need to consume more calories
in order to compensate. If you're fairly sedentary and aren't very
physically active (besides your weight workouts of course), then you
probably won't need as many calories as someone who is more active. c)
Your Goals - Are you aiming to bulk up and build as much overall body
mass as you possibly can? If so, you'll obviously want to consume as
many calories as you reasonably can. Are you simply trying to build a
little of extra muscle and look better overall? If so, then a slight
caloric increase is all you'll need. Based on these 3 factors above
you can decide where to place yourself on the caloric range.
Do NOT overlook this aspect of the muscle growth process!
Most trainees are so concerned with their workouts that they highly
underestimate the importance of proper nutrition. If anything,
nutrition is even MORE important than what you accomplish in the gym.
If you fail to eat properly by not providing your body with an
adequate number of calories each day, building muscle will be
physically impossible.

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#2 - Consume the right types of calories from the proper food sources
every 2-3 hours throughout the day.
We just established that in order to build muscle, you'll need to
always ensure that your caloric intake exceeds your caloric
expenditure. That's all fine and dandy, but it really only tells us
half of the story.
You see, you could easily exceed your caloric expenditure by feasting
on big macs, ice cream cones and potato chips, but do you think this
would be an intelligent approach to building muscle?
Of course not.
You need to realize this...
All calories are NOT created equally!
The raw number of calories determines whether you'll lose weight,
maintain your weight or gain weight, but it is the type of calories
that will determine what kind of bodyweight is lost or gained (lean
muscle mass, fat, water etc.)
Your goal is obviously to build lean muscle mass while keeping body
fat gains at a minimum, and therefore you'll need to focus on
consuming the right types of calories from the proper food sources.
The 3 main food groups you should concerned with are...
1) High Quality Protein - Protein builds and repairs muscle tissue and
is the most important nutrient for those trying to increase their lean
mass. Stick to high quality, easily absorbed sources such as lean red
meat, poultry, fish, eggs, skim milk, cottage cheese, peanuts/natural
peanut butter and whey.

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2) High Fiber, Low Glycemic Carbohydrates - Carbohydrates aid in the
absorption of protein, provide your muscles and brain with energy
throughout the day and also help to maintain an optimal hormonal
environment within the body.
Stick to slow-release, low-glycemic sources that will provide you with
a steady stream of sugars throughout the day such as oatmeal, yams,
brown rice and whole wheat products. 3) Healthy, Unsaturated Fats -
Not all fats will make you fat, and unsaturated essential fatty acids
fit that profile. EFA's are highly beneficial to the muscle growth
process by increasing testosterone levels, improving the metabolism
and volumizing the muscle cells. Some good sources of EFA's include
fatty fish, nuts, seeds, avocados and liquids like flaxseed and olive
oil. These 3 food groups should make up the bulk of your diet, and
should be spread out over the course of 5-7 small meals daily. That
may sound like a lot of meals, but the reasons behind it are quite
simple...
It all boils down to your body's natural, hard-wired mechanisms.
The body's primary goal is to keep you alive and healthy, and whenever
you go without food for 2-3 hours your body begins to enter into a
"starvation mode" as a natural survival response. Your body has no
idea that you're sitting 10 feet away from a fridge full of food, and
for all it knows you may have to endure a long period of time without
any nutrients. It responds to this by slowing down the fat burning
metabolism and entering into a "catabolic state", where lean muscle
tissue begins wasting away so that the protein can be used for other
survival functions within the body.
This is NOT a good thing!
If your goal is to build and maintain as much lean muscle as possible,
you must always keep your body in an anabolic, muscle-building state
throughout the day. This can be accomplished by consuming a small meal
containing high quality protein and carbohydrates every 2-3 hours.
It may seem like a lot of work at first, but over time you'll get used
to it.

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#3 - Increase your water intake.
Water is an absolutely critical component to the muscle-building
process and to overall body health in general. Failing to keep
yourself properly hydrated throughout the day will have a negative
impact on literally every single process within your entire body!
Most people know that they should be drinking "plenty" of water
throughout the day, but how many actually do?
If you really paid close attention to your water intake you'd probably
be surprised at how little you actually consume.
What makes proper water intake so amazingly important?
Well for starters, it's the most abundant element in your body. It is
ranked only 2nd to oxygen as being essential to life.
Your body can survive for weeks without food, but without water you'd
be dead in about 3 days.
Roughly 80% of your body is made up of water; the brain is 85% water
and lean muscle tissue is 70% water.
Research has shown that being even slightly dehydrated can decrease
strength and physical performance significantly. In fact, merely a
3-4% drop in your body's water levels will lead to a 10-20% decrease
in muscle contractions.
Not only will water increase your strength, but it also plays a large
role in preventing injuries in the gym. Highly intensive training over
a long period of time can put unwanted stress on your joints and
connective tissue, and water helps to fight against this stress by
lubricating the joints and forming a protective "cushion" around them.
Along with protecting your joints, water is vital in the process of
digestion. Anytime you consume a macromolecule, such as protein, your
body must break this large molecule down into smaller pieces for
absorption.

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In the case of protein, you will be breaking it down into amino acids.
Your body can only break down the protein into amino acids if water is
present. So, in order to ensure that your body is utilizing all of the
nutrients you consume, you must make sure that your water intake is
high.
So, just how much water is enough?
To find out how many ounces of water you should be consuming every
day, multiply your body weight by 0.6. So if you weigh 150 pounds, you
should be consuming around 90 ounces of water every day.
150 x 0.6 = 90
I know it sounds like a lot, but if you plan your day out properly it
shouldn't be a problem. Keep a water bottle with you at all times and
sip from it periodically. Keep water in the places where you spend
most of your time: in your car, at work, on your nightstand.
Another good method to ensure that you drink enough water is to pre-
fill a few 16 ounce bottles at the beginning of the day. This way you
can have a visual representation of where your water consumption is at
any point in the day.
For the first few days you'll probably find yourself running to the
bathroom quite frequently, but your body will soon adapt to the
increased water volume and this will no longer be a problem.

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#4 - Keep a detailed record of every workout that you perform.
This muscle-building technique is absolutely critical to your success
and forms the underlying basis for your entire workout plan. When it
comes to structuring a proper approach in the gym, this is the most
important overall factor, bar none.
Everyone is so obsessed with all of the specific principles in the gym
(such as exercise selection, rep ranges, which days to spend in the
gym, how many sets to perform etc.) that they fail to see the big
picture.
Regardless of what type of approach you are taking in the gym, the
underlying factor for success is progression.
You see, our bodies build muscle because of an adaptive response to
the environment. When you go to the gym, you break down your muscle
fibers by training with weights. Your body senses this as a potential
threat to its survival and will react accordingly by rebuilding the
damaged fibers larger and stronger in order to protect against any
possible future threat.
Therefore, in order to make continual gains in muscle size and
strength, you must focus on progressing in the gym from week to week.
Progression can take 2 main forms:
a) Increasing the amount of weight lifted on a specific exercise. b)
Increasing the number of reps performed with a given weight on a given
exercise.
If you're able to improve on at least one of the above factors each
week in the gym, your body will be given continual incentive to grow
larger and stronger.
If you neglect these factors and enter the gym without a concrete plan
in mind, you'll be ignoring the very foundation of the entire muscle
growth process.
Your goal is to always be getting better from week to week!

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Remove yourself from the typical crowd in the gym who aimlessly toss
weights around and endlessly spin their wheels without any logic or
rationale behind what they're doing. If you're continually using the
same weights for the same number of reps, your physique will NOT
improve.
I'd suggest using a workout log to track your progress in detail from
week to week. You should write down the date, all of the exercises
that you performed, the weight that you lifted and the number of reps
you were able to execute. The next time you enter the gym, sit down
for a minute before your workout and review those numbers. Your goal
is to now improve upon all of those figures by either using slightly
more weight or performing an additional rep or two.
Don't try to improve by leaps and bounds every single time you
workout, but rather focus on making small, steady increases. Over the
course of a few months, those small increases will add up a lot more
than you think, and your body will continually adapt and grow to the
ever-increasing stress.
When I first started training, I was able to squat 85 pounds for about
6 reps. A very small amount of weight, yes, but by simply focusing on
adding slightly more weight and reps from week to week, my squat is
now closer to 400 pounds for 6 reps.
Don't worry about where you're starting off, because as long as you
place your entire focus in the gym on progression those numbers will
shoot up faster than you could imagine.

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#5 - Be prepared to push your body to the limit.
If you think that building muscle is going to be a walk in the park
and that you can simply enter the gym, "go through the motions" and
then go home, you are sadly mistaken.
The reality is that if you want to experience any appreciable gains in
muscle size and strength, you're going to have to be prepared to train
hard. This is one of the key factors separating those who make modest
gains from those who make outstanding gains.
Most people just plain don't train hard enough!
As soon as the exercise starts to get difficult their spotter jumps in
and starts helping or they put the weight down altogether.
BIG mistake!
The gym is a war zone, and if you want to be victorious, you must be
willing to endure the battle.
Your muscles grow because of an evolutionary, adaptive response to the
environment. Intense weightlifting is perceived as a threat to your
survival, and the body responds to this by increasing the size and
strength of the muscles to battle against the threat. Therefore, in
order to see the most dramatic response in size and strength, you must
push your body as hard as you safely can.
This can be achieved by performing all sets in the gym to the point of
concentric muscular failure...
Concentric Muscular Failu The point at which no further positive
repetitions can be performed despite your greatest efforts.

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There are 2 main phases to every exercise that you perform: the
concentric and the eccentric. The concentric is the "positive" portion
of the exercise (such as the "pushing" movement of a bench press) and
the eccentric is the "negative" portion of the exercise (the
"lowering" movement of a bench press).
Your goal in the gym is to perform each exercise to the point where no
further concentric repetitions can be executed using proper form
despite your greatest efforts to do so.
This is very challenging and will require a lot of mental toughness on
your part. I'm not going to sit here and feed you a pack of lies by
saying that training for muscle size is an easy task. It's not!
Anyone who tries to tell you that training to failure is easy is flat-
out lying. But if you're serious about changing your physique and
seeing serious results, this is simply what needs to be done.
Training to concentric failure will place the greatest amount of
stress on the musculature and will produce the most dramatic
"artificial threat" possible.
Some argue that training to failure is not necessary in order for
muscle growth to occur, and the truth is that they are absolutely
correct. You could never train to failure and over time you would
still see gains in muscle mass and strength. The only true requirement
for muscle growth to occur is progression.
However, (and that's a big however) if you're like 99% of the
population, then you want to experience those gains as quickly and
efficiently as you possibly can. While training to failure isn't
necessary for growth to occur, it IS necessary if you want maximum
growth to occur in the shortest period of time possible.

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#6 - Avoid overtraining by limiting your overall workout volume and by
providing your body with sufficient recovery time in between workouts.
This is one of the most common and most deadly mistakes that almost
all beginners run into. They naturally assume that the more overall
work they perform in the gym, the greater their results will be.
Heck, when I was a beginner myself I thought the same thing.
Who can blame us for thinking that?
In almost all aspects of life this basic logic holds true. If you want
to perform well on a school test, you need to maximize your studying
time. If you want to improve your skills in a specific sport, you need
to practice as much as possible.
When it comes to training for muscular size and strength, you can take
this basic logic and toss it right out the window, down the street and
around the corner!
The key thing to realize is that your muscles will NOT grow larger and
stronger if they are stressed beyond the point of recovery. Remember,
training with weights is merely an activity that sets the wheels in
motion; it "sparks" the muscle growth process and "tells" your body to
start building new muscle tissue. But the actual growth process takes
place away from the gym while you're eating and resting.
If you disturb the recovery process, muscle growth will not be carried
out.
Overtraining is your number one enemy! Your goal in the gym is to
perform the minimum amount of work necessary in order to yield an
adaptive response from the body, and not a THING more.
You can avoid overtraining in the following ways...

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1) Limiting the number of days you spend in the gym each week - I
would recommend that you perform no more than 3 weight workouts in the
same week. 2) Limiting the number of sets that you perform during each
workout - You should perform a total of 5-7 sets for large muscle
groups (chest, back and thighs) and 2-4 total sets for small muscle
groups (shoulders, biceps, triceps, calves, abs). And remember, this
is total sets per WORKOUT, not per exercise. 3) Limiting the amount of
time spent in the gym - Each workout should not last for any more than
1 hour. This time frame comes into play beginning with your first
muscle-building set and ends with your final muscle-building set. 4)
Limiting your training frequency for each muscle group - Each specific
muscle group should only be directly stimulated once per week in order
to allow for full recovery time. If you've been following the "more is
better" mentality then you may find it hard to let go of, but believe
me, as long as you train hard, you do NOT need to train often or with
very many sets and exercises. In fact, performing too much work may
actually cause your muscles to become smaller and weaker.
Perform only what is absolutely necessary and not a single exercise,
set or rep more. Forget about all of the high volume routines that you
see in the muscle magazines and posted all over the Internet.
Building muscle is about intelligently triggering your body's growth
mechanism and then getting the heck out of the gym and growing.
Nothing more, nothing less!

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#7 - Stop placing so much of your emphasis on dietary supplements.
If you really think that pills, powders and drink mixes are going to
build your body for you, you're in for a huge disappointment! It
continues to amaze me how much value and emphasis the majority of
trainees place on "the latest breakthrough pill".
Everyone is always asking me...
"What's the best creatine out there?"
"How much weight can I gain from this whey protein supplement?"
"I have $200 a month to spend on supplements... what should I buy?"
Stop the madness!
A supplement is just that... a supplement.
It is there to supplement your diet by filling in the missing gaps and
by providing you with greater amounts of specific nutrients that will
slightly speed up your progress. Supplements are NOT there to do the
work for you and will only play a small role in your overall success
in the gym.
Stop falling for the multi-million dollar ads that talk about the
latest "revolutionary breakthrough" that will allow you to build 25
pounds of muscle while you lie on the couch.
As advanced as we've become as a society, the basic rules of hard work
and dedication still apply. If you want to change your physique, then
hard training in the gym and a consistent diet plan is the only true
way to get there.
Now, this doesn't mean that I'm AGAINST the use of supplements; I'm
merely against the over-use and over-emphasis of supplements. There
are a few good, solid, effective products out there that I do
recommend, but only as a small part of your overall approach.

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My 5 "recommended" supplements include...
1) Protein supplements (whey protein, meal replacements, weight
gainers and the occasional protein bar) 2) Creatine 3) Glutamine 4)
Multivitamins 5) Essential Fatty Acids I'm not going to talk about all
of the specific benefits of each product in this report, but if you're
looking to accelerate your progress in the gym and achieve the best
results possible, then those are the only 5 products that I would
truly recommend.
I'm a big believer in the basics, and the plain fact is that most
trainees are way more concerned with their supplement programs than
they really need to be. It's only natural, I mean, who wouldn't want
to pound back a couple of "orange-flavoured creatine cocktails" and
watch their biceps explode through their sleeves?
Unfortunately it just doesn't work this way. If something sounds too
good to be true, then it usually is.
Hard training and a consistent diet is your only ticket to long-term
success!

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#8 - Understand that application and consistency is EVERYTHING!
You can have the most effective workout schedule possible, the most
intelligent diet approach available and the most intimate
understanding of muscle growth from every possible angle, but without
the inner drive and motivation to succeed you will get nowhere, and
very fast.
Just as the famous saying goes...
"Knowing is NOT enough. You must APPLY!"
Those who make the greatest gains in muscular size and strength are
the ones who are able to continually and systematically implement the
proper techniques on a highly consistent basis.
The people who see serious results and end up with standout physiques
are the ones who can consistently execute all of the little daily
tasks that must be completed in order for success to be had.
Building muscle is a result of the cumulative effect of small steps.
Sure, performing 1 extra rep on your bench press will not make a huge
difference to your overall results, and neither will consuming a
single meal. However, over the long haul, all of those extra reps you
perform and all of those small meals you consume will decide your
overall success.
If you work hard and complete all of your muscle-building tasks in a
consistent fashion, all of those individual steps will equate to
massive gains in overall size and strength.
It is those who are willing to persevere that will succeed.
It is those who are willing to rise above laziness that will end up
with impressive results.

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I mean let's face it, everyone wants to be strong and muscular. If
this is the case, why isn't everyone strong and muscular? It's because
only certain people have the proper drive and motivation that it takes
to get there.
Do you have what it takes?
How much does a powerful, defined, muscular physique really mean to
you? Are you willing to put forth the required effort in order to
reach your goals?
If you answered "YES", then good for you! Digging down deep and
finding the necessary motivation to take a stand and make a change is
the most important step of all. I can't force this upon you, it's
something that you'll need to create on your own.
This report has armed you with 8 very powerful, effective muscle-
building principles that you can start applying to your program right
away.
Here's a quick recap of the 8 points that we covered...
(1) Provide your body with a surplus of calories by ensuring that your
caloric intake exceeds your caloric expenditure.
(2) Consume the right types of calories from the proper food sources
every 2-3 hours throughout the day.
(3) Increase your water intake.
(4) Keep a detailed record of every workout that you perform.
(5) Be prepared to push your body to the limit.
(6) Avoid overtraining by limiting your overall workout volume and by
providing your body with sufficient recovery time in between workouts.
(7) Stop placing so much of your emphasis on dietary supplements.
(8) Understand that consistency is EVERYTHING!

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Wrapping It Up I sincerely hope you've enjoyed this free report. These
8 basic steps will help to kick-start your progress and get you on the
proper path toward muscle-building success. By implementing these 8
simple but powerful techniques I guarantee that you'll notice an
almost instant improvement in your physique.
There's such an incredible amount of misleading muscle-building advice
circling around and I hope that this report helped to clear up some of
your confusion. With so many "get-big-quick" programs, supplement
advertisements and conflicting articles written by unqualified
"experts", sifting through all of the nonsense is often a difficult,
if not impossible task to carry out.
While the report you've just read does contain some very valuable
information for you to understand and apply to your program, if you're
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  #2  
Old April 1st 07, 12:31 AM posted to misc.fitness.weights
David
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Default 8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum


wrote in message
oups.com...
8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum
Muscle Mass!
By Sean Nalewanyj

[......]

too many words Shabab. please give me a summary not more than 8 short
sentences - 8 things to do right? OK

1st thing - add 6 words to each line with what is the 'thing' that must be
done.
2nd thing
3rd thing
4th thing
5th thing
6th thing
7th thing
8th thing

Thanks very much


  #3  
Old April 1st 07, 01:43 AM posted to misc.fitness.weights
David Cohen
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Default 8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum


"David" wrote
wrote 8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum
Muscle Mass!
By Sean Nalewanyj

[......]

too many words Shabab. please give me a summary not more than 8 short
sentences - 8 things to do right? OK

1st thing - add 6 words to each line with what is the 'thing' that must
be done.
2nd thing
3rd thing
4th thing
5th thing
6th thing
7th thing
8th thing

Thanks very much


"ONLY $149.00 (Limited Time Offer--Now Only $67.00!)"

Maybe if we all order, we can get a group discount.

David
not the retarded Aussie




  #4  
Old April 1st 07, 03:31 AM posted to misc.fitness.weights
David
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Default 8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum


"David Cohen" wrote in message
ink.net...

"David" wrote
wrote 8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum
Muscle Mass!
By Sean Nalewanyj

[......]

too many words Shabab. please give me a summary not more than 8 short
sentences - 8 things to do right? OK

1st thing - add 6 words to each line with what is the 'thing' that must
be done.
2nd thing
3rd thing
4th thing
5th thing
6th thing
7th thing
8th thing

Thanks very much


"ONLY $149.00 (Limited Time Offer--Now Only $67.00!)"

Maybe if we all order, we can get a group discount.


A 'handicapped' discount is much better - I could pick this up for $59 if I
use my "Intellectually Handicapped" subsidy.


David
not the retarded Aussie






  #5  
Old April 1st 07, 07:35 PM posted to misc.fitness.weights
Curt
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Default 8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum

David wrote:

re shabab's seemingly 8-miles long post

8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum
Muscle Mass!
By Sean Nalewanyj

[......]

too many words Shabab. please give me a
summary not more than 8 short sentences -
8 things to do right? OK

1st thing - add 6 words to each line with
what is the 'thing' that must be done.
2nd thing
3rd thing
4th thing
5th thing
6th thing
7th thing
8th thing

Thanks very much


heh )

No doubt that the text blurred after the first, what was it, one
thousand lines?

Funnier still was that I started to clip and snip to give you what you
were asking for, but then got to the end of Nalewanyj's, uh, book and
found this:

"Here's a quick recap of the 8 points that we covered...
(1) Provide your body with a surplus of calories by ensuring that your
caloric intake exceeds your caloric expenditure.
(2) Consume the right types of calories from the proper food sources
every 2-3 hours throughout the day.
(3) Increase your water intake.
(4) Keep a detailed record of every workout that you perform.
(5) Be prepared to push your body to the limit.
(6) Avoid overtraining by limiting your overall workout volume and by
providing your body with sufficient recovery time in between workouts.
(7) Stop placing so much of your emphasis on dietary supplements.
(8) Understand that consistency is EVERYTHING!"

*******! NEXT TIME PUT THE ABRIDGED VERSION AT THE BEGINNING!!!!!
AAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!

Ahem.

Never mind.

--
Curt

  #6  
Old April 1st 07, 07:46 PM posted to misc.fitness.weights
Curt
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Default 8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum

Cohen wrote:
[...]

re Sean Nalewanyj's course

"ONLY $149.00 (Limited Time
Offer--Now Only $67.00!)"

Maybe if we all order, we can get
a group discount.


Sorry, Nalewanyj's product originated in Iran and, well, seeing as how
they recently nuked Teheran per your wishes, David, all ordering has
been suspended until further notice.

I mean were all the mail order customers of Dresden, of Tokyo, of
Hiroshima, of Nakasaki, "the enemies of my online retailer", six
decades ago?

When did customer satisfaction become a law enforcement activity that
requires overriding care to avoid "collateral damage"?

Hunh? HUNNH!?? WELL???

Ahem.

Excuse me.

Where's a nurse (preferably one not intent on nuking millions of
innocent people without juuuuust a bit more provocation) when you need
one?

--
Curt

  #7  
Old April 1st 07, 08:58 PM posted to misc.fitness.weights
David
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Default 8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum


"Curt" wrote in message
oups.com...
David wrote:

re shabab's seemingly 8-miles long post

8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum
Muscle Mass!
By Sean Nalewanyj

[......]

too many words Shabab. please give me a
summary not more than 8 short sentences -
8 things to do right? OK

1st thing - add 6 words to each line with
what is the 'thing' that must be done.
2nd thing
3rd thing
4th thing
5th thing
6th thing
7th thing
8th thing

Thanks very much


heh )

No doubt that the text blurred after the first, what was it, one
thousand lines?

Funnier still was that I started to clip and snip to give you what you
were asking for, but then got to the end of Nalewanyj's, uh, book and
found this:

"Here's a quick recap of the 8 points that we covered...
(1) Provide your body with a surplus of calories by ensuring that your
caloric intake exceeds your caloric expenditure.
(2) Consume the right types of calories from the proper food sources
every 2-3 hours throughout the day.
(3) Increase your water intake.
(4) Keep a detailed record of every workout that you perform.
(5) Be prepared to push your body to the limit.
(6) Avoid overtraining by limiting your overall workout volume and by
providing your body with sufficient recovery time in between workouts.
(7) Stop placing so much of your emphasis on dietary supplements.
(8) Understand that consistency is EVERYTHING!"

*******! NEXT TIME PUT THE ABRIDGED VERSION AT THE BEGINNING!!!!!
AAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!

Ahem.

Never mind.


That is amazing! I never expected that he has done this summary - now that
would save the average person at least 3 days! He should just have sent the
abridged version. Not a bad set of rules when you think about it


--
Curt



  #8  
Old April 1st 07, 11:13 PM posted to misc.fitness.weights
Curt
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Default 8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum

David wrote:
"Curt" wrote
David wrote:


re shabab's seemingly 8-miles long post


8 Things You MUST Do To Build Maximum
Muscle Mass!
By Sean Nalewanyj


[......]


too many words Shabab. please give me a
summary not more than 8 short sentences -
8 things to do right? OK


1st thing - add 6 words to each line with
what is the 'thing' that must be done.
2nd thing
3rd thing
4th thing
5th thing
6th thing
7th thing
8th thing


Thanks very much


heh )


No doubt that the text blurred after the first, what was it, one
thousand lines?


Funnier still was that I started to clip and snip to give you what you
were asking for, but then got to the end of Nalewanyj's, uh, book and
found this:


"Here's a quick recap of the 8 pointssnip


That is amazing! I never expected that
he has done this summary - now that
would save the average person at least
3 days! snip


Luckily, I have a time machine or I'd still be stuck about one-third
of the way into his post!

--
Curt

 




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