How A Skinny Computer Geek Packed

"success doesn't just wish for it work for it"
Actual photos of Anthony Ellis before and after 12 weeks.
Read this letter to see his incredible transformation
after only 16 weeks — you'll be amazed...
This is unlike anything you've ever seen before. I show you exactly how I did it so that you can do it too, step by step, whether you're new to weight training, can't seem to gain an ounce of muscle weight (no matter what you've tried), or are already an experienced weight trainer...
Now's your chance to learn my breakthrough techniques for massive muscle growth in record speed — without using any steroids whatsoever!"

Dear Friend —
It's true. I tried everything and I simply couldn't gain any weight. I'm not gifted with great genetics, or very athletic. I'm just an average guy who was fed up with being a skinny, 135-pound weakling.
I needed to learn how to gain weight. Muscle mass, that is.
After sifting through all the hype and crappy supplements, I discovered a few all-natural, muscle-gaining techniques that really help skinny people build more muscle mass. And do it faster than most typical weight gain workouts.
Using these simple techniques, I not only gained over 30 pounds of muscle in 12 weeks, but I also reduced my body fat from 10% to 7%

Skinny And Average,
I Hated Being Thin.
Hi. My name is Anthony Ellis. And all of my life I had been very thin (about 135 pounds after a meal) with a fast metabolism. Being extremely thin may be OK for some people. But for me, it was degrading.
In school, I was so thin that I wasn't allowed to participate in team sports like football and baseball. "High risk of injury," they said.
When I took off my clothes, I was often too embarrassed to even look at myself in the mirror. I was totally ashamed of my body. To try and hide this from friends (who can be very cruel), I always wore baggy clothes and long sleeved shirts.
Even in the summer time.
I wanted to gain weight so badly that I tried everything I could. Everything! I wasted thousands of dollars on every supplement "fad" that promised more muscles and fast results. Including:
  • High calorie weight gain powders
  • Liver Tablets
  • Boron
  • Smilax
  • Mexican Yams
  • Carbohydrate Powders
  • Cybergenics
  • Liquid Oxygen
  • Colon Cleansing
  • Blue-Green Algae
... And much more.
I joined a gym, and eagerly tried many of the "professional bodybuilder" workout routines in the "Muscle" magazines. I did everything that I was told to do, no matter how unusual it sounded.
I worked out 5-7 times per week, 2 hours each day. Day after day, week after week I waited for the muscle gain, but I never gained a pound! In fact, eight years later, I looked exactly the same.
It was frustrating. I couldn't understand it! I did everything that I was supposed to do, but it wasn't helping me. I knew that I would never be huge. I just want a body that I could be proud of. Was that too much to ask?
Why was this so difficult?

Here's The "Secret" They
Don't Tell Us Skinny Guys...
What I finally discovered after years of failed effort is that most pros are not only gifted with good genetics (i.e., they can gain muscle or lose fat easier than most people), they also enhance their results with illegal hormones and steroids.
Because of this, they can train harder, eat whatever they want and still get great results. Using their training methods and advice would never work for my body type because I don't use steroids. I never want to.
And my body does not gain muscle mass easily.
I now realize that I am a "hardgainer". A hardgainer is someone who is naturally thin and has an extremely difficult time gaining weight of any kind. Because of this, why would I listen to someone who gains muscle easily?
Anything they say will not be relevant to me. It all makes sense now, but too bad I had to waste so manyyears just to figure it out.
If you are a hardgainer too, most advice will be useless to you unless it specifically addresses your body type and metabolism.
Here's an important fact: What works for one person who gains weight easily will NOT work for you. And what works for someone who's overweight will NOT work for someone trying to gain weight.
If you're anything like me, you're tired of irrelevant information and false advertising claims. That's why I began looking for training and dieting techniques that have actually been proven to increase muscle mass.
Please read this page carefully because I am going to tell you exactly what I learned and how you can apply that information to finally transform YOUR Body.
"Steve Gained 20 lbs of Muscle, Lost 22 lbs of Fat!"

steroids before and after

"Sam Gained 40 lbs Of Muscle!"

                                                steroids before and after

Ok, let's get started...
During my search for proven muscle building techniques, I came across quite a bit of incredible training and dieting information. I also came across some hard-to-accept information that I was not ready to believe. Looking back, I now realize that this information was the major turning point in my journey to gain more mass. I had to let go of old myths:

Myth #1: If You Want To Look Like A Bodybuilder,
You Must Train Like Them
For many years I read the bodybuilder magazines religiously. I tried workout after workout.. trying to achieve the body of a professional bodybuilder. Unfortunately, I did not realize that bodybuilding was a sport. And like all other sports, the athletes are not like you or I.
For example, let's look at a sport like basketball. I can learn to play basketball. I can pay for private coaches; train exactly like Michael Jordan; eat exactly what he eats, do exactly what he does... Sure I will get decent at the game, but I will never be as good as Michael Jordan. 99.9% of us won't. Heck I won't even be goon enough to play professionally. This is because Michael Jordan, like other professional athletes have the genetics to help them excel in that sport.
The same goes for bodybuilding. First of all, the bodybuilders in this sport are gifted genetically. Their bodies respond well to resistance training. Even if you train exactly like they do, your body won't respond like theirs.
Second, most professional bodybuilders are heavy users of steroids and illegal hormones. These drugs give them an edge and help them to recover faster. So they can train more often and build muscle faster than a non-steroid user.
Former professional bodybuilder Craig Titus put it this way:
"What a professional bodybuilder does to build muscle has nothing to do
with what the average person needs to do to build muscle."
Need I say more?
Now, I'm not telling you this to discourage you from trying to build more muscle. I'm telling you this so that you can begin to focus on the right things. You must forget trying to train like a professional bodybuilder. It won't work on us normal guys. You must train in a way that is right for your body & genetics.
Of course I still enjoy looking at bodybuilder magazines for inspiration, but that's as far as it goes. I skip their recommended workouts and suggestions.

"Louis Gained Over 34 Pounds
Of Pure Muscle!

        steroids before and after     

Myth #2: To Build Muscle You Must Workout Everyday.
The More You Train, The Bigger You Will Get!
This myth comes from reading those bodybulider magazines just like myth #1. The "pros" train more frequently and many use mostly machines. Again they can do this because of their genetics and their use of steroids. However, we are not using either so we must do things differently.
For the average person, more training does NOT equal more muscle. I also had to stop training so often and understand that, for hardgainers, "less is more".
Some people still believe the more you train, the bigger you get. If that were true, all I would have to do is workout 8 hours a everyday, and I'd be huge!
Unfortunately, it's not true, it doesn't work that way.
Your body does not build muscle while you are in the gym.
Your body builds muscle while resting.
Weight training is needed only to stimulate growth. After that, your body needs rest and food to build muscle. And hardgainers need more rest and food than others.
That took me a long time to understand. Working out too often doesn't allow your muscles the necessary time to recuperate. Not only will you not grow, but you will also be setting yourself up for chronic injuries from overtraining...
... And possible muscle loss!
Now, when you do train, the best way to gain muscle mass quickly is to use free weights. You must focus on compound free-weight training, and lift challenging (that is, heavier) weights.
This stimulates the largest amount of muscle fibers.Your body responds to this stimulus by increasing the size of your muscle fibers.
In the past, I used mostly machines. I was always told that free weights were a waste of time, and machines were much safer and more effective. Boy, was I mislead!
Most machines are a waste of time for us.
Machines limit your development, because they help to support the weight.
On the other hand, free weights make you support the weight along the entire path of the movement, which helps to stimulate more muscle fibers while also strengthening smaller and/or weaker muscles.
If your smaller supporting muscles are weak, your larger muscles won't grow. To build size and strength quickly, natural bodybuilders and professional athletes don't use machines — they use free weights almost exclusively!

"Ryan Gained Over 14 Pounds Of Muscle
While Adding 2 Inches To Chest

                   Legal steroids before and after                       

"I have really enjoyed the last 12 weeks. I am quietly proud that i have even finished the whole 12 without stopping half way.
I am really happy with my gains and my results have convinced me that what Anthony says is correct and well founded.
I have taken my after photos now and surprised myself when i compared it to my before shot. I mean i noticed myself in the mirror but both those photos side by side really show you where you have come from!"

Myth #3: You Can Gain Muscle
Without Eating More Calories!
Throughout my attempts to gain weight, I had always been very afraid of gaining fat. Being naturally thin,I did not want to get fat — I just wanted to gain more muscle. So, I focused on low calorie diets, low fat foods, did my aerobic exercise and did everything I was supposed to do to keep my body fat low.
Unfortunately, what I did not know was that this type of dieting and training was also keeping me from gaining muscle! (Boy, was I in shock.)
Training to lose fat requires different methods than training to gain muscle.
Losing fat involves eating a low-calorie diet, while building muscle requires a higher calorie diet. This is a point that most hardgainers don't realize — Because gaining weight for hardgainers is extremely difficult, the only way you will get bigger is to shock your body into growth. You do this by...
  1. Eating a lot of calories
  2. Training with free weights.
Right? (Sure, but it must done in a proper way. And it's not what you think!)
You must shock your body into growth — the right way.
The first shock is by eating more calories than your body is used to. This is the most important factor in gaining mass. When you overload your system with plenty of protein and fats, your body has no other choice but to gain weight.
The goal is to eat just enough calories to allow your body to build more muscle, but not so many calories that you gain a large amount of body fat.
The second way you must shock your body is with weight training. Weight training is the fastest way to get your body to build more muscle.
Dieting and weight training both work together. The weight training overloads the muscles and stimulates growth, while the food you eat provides the necessary building blocks to repair and build new muscle tissue.
If you don't eat correctly while weight training, you WILL lose muscle tissue or just gain fat!

"I Don't Think I Can
Thank You Enough..."  

                           steroids before and after                  
"Just a quick thank you for your numerous email responses to my inquiries over the past 14 weeks.
Your advise and support was a real factor in my success. I don' think I can thank you enough...
... I can only imagine how it feels to be able to help so many people realize that there is a great physique inside all of us. Thanks for taking the time."
Barry K ., Florida

To Gain Mass, You Must Eat,
Eat And Then Eat Some More!
To gain weight you have to eat, period! It basically must become a job. This is very simple, but most people never grasp the concept of eating. (And eating properly.)
Not only was I not eating enough calories for my fast metabolism, but I was also eating too many simple carbohydrates and not enough high quality protein.
To build muscle you must eat the right foods in the right quantities.
In the past, I would just skip over this part. It seemed too difficult to grasp. That was my biggest mistake.
I had to learn to measure and calculate my daily food intake. If you don't do this, you'll never know what you're actually eating and how much you are actually eating. (I used to guess, but judging by my previous failure, I was guessing incorrectly.)
In addition to eating more calories, you also have to eat more often. Eating three meals a day does not cut it! It doesn't provide your body with the constant flow of nutrients and energy it needs to grow.
So, you must increase your meal intake to 6 per day — eating every three hours.
Yes, six meals per day!
(But don't worry. There are ways around this and I show you how. I'll come back to this a little later. For now, let's look into why this is important.)
When you only eat 3 meals per day, there are many hours between each meal in which your body is left without any food to use for energy. During that time, if you have a fast metabolism (most hardgainers do), your body can go into starvation mode and start to breakdown muscle tissue for fuel.
Eating six meals per day will ensure that your body always has the nutrients it needs to repair and build more muscle. You will never be in starvation mode.
I will be honest, eating six meals a day takes planning and dedication. But there are ways to make it much easier to do each day... this is where bodybuilding supplements have helped me the most.
steroids before and after


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