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Your 10 Pounds of Muscle Plan

Gaining 10 pounds of pure muscle is significant, and doing it in only four weeks isn’t exactly a long period of time to successfully achieve this goal. But don’t fool yourself: It is possible, as long as your commitment and consistency in the kitchen is as honest and intense as your effort in the gym. Will you gain ten pounds of dry muscle mass? Probably not but you can certainly gain up to ten pounds of lean muscle mass, which consists of dry muscle, glycogen and water weight, also know as fat free mass. Essentially the ten pounds this report promises will be everything but fat. I consider this muscle and some fitness professionals like to stress it’s lean muscle to be precisely accurate and differentiate.

Simply put, lean muscle, muscle, muscle mass, whatever you want to call it – looks hot, sexy and good on every body!


Your 10 Pounds of Muscle Plan
Why do you want it? Here are some quick no nonsense reasons: 1. Muscle is a metabolic marker that tricks your body into thinking it’s younger. The more muscle you have, the younger you look. Don’t believe me? Find a muscular 75-year old guy at your gym. I guarantee he looks like he’s in his 50s. 2. Muscle burns fat. Muscle increases the amount of calories you burn throughout the day. Whether it’s 1 calorie or 1000 calories (another academic debate I don’t get into), it burns more calories than being fat. Your take home message: You’re an idiot if you don’t want muscle on your body. 3. Muscle increases the quality of your life. Weight training increases your tendon, ligament and joint strength and prevents you from being weak and frail and looking like a pushover. 4. Muscle gives you confidence. The only problem with muscle is that it’s like a drug. Once you get some, you want more and more. I use my muscle to serve and inspire other people, not just to glorify my body and fall in love with myself. Use your...
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