Wednesday, November 08, 2006

The Secret To Building Muscle

One word has the power to change your life.

That word is persistence.

Persistence is the key to being a winner. In everything.

I've had some of my best days right after having some of my worst. And if I had quit and given up, I would have been left with the taste of disappointment, not the sweet taste of success.

Persistence is how you're going to change your body for the "best".

Besides, you know that it takes good nutrition and exercise to get the body you want. So what holds so many people back from getting the body of their dreams?

Stick-to-it-eveness, that's what.

Right here, right now, I want you to resolve to pay the price you need to pay in order to get what it is you want to get. Set it in stone... resolve to never, ever quit.

Here's my little analogy for you, it may help you to "keep on keeping on" when you just don't feel like heading to the gym after work or going out for that run you know you should do.

Think of your success (whatever success means to you) as being something that's lurking around the corner.

You can't see it, but it's there. It's waiting for you to make it around that corner. If you make it, success will unveil itself.

And if you don't make it, you either didn't want it bad enough, or you didn't try hard enough.

It's those people that literally throw themselves around that corner that will end up with all they want in life.

I hope you're one of those people.

I know, I know...

The T.V. is showing your favorite show tonight. Your friends want you to head out to the bars with them tonight. They're all ordering out for pizza today for lunch, you gotta eat with them.

I recently learned a huge secret that almost all successful people share with one another.

It's this: Develop the ability to delay short-term satisfaction for long term satisfaction.

In fact, isn't that what separates a child from an adult. Children want it NOW or they throw a fit. Adults know it takes time and commitment to get what they want.

So, if I can pass on one simple key to success to you, it's this:

Learn to delay satisfaction NOW for even more satisfaction later. Delay the trip to the bars. Delay the all-you-can-eat buffet.

Delay the movie with your friends tonight if you haven't made it to the gym yet.

If you really, really want to change your body for the better, you'll resolve to pay the price and you will not even entertain the thought of quitting.

Like flipping a switch, you decide right then and there, to do something about it and never look back.

When you flip the switch, you've made a choice to no longer settle for anything less than what you want. You WILL do what you need to do to change your situation.

In fact, the true power to gain muscle mass and lose fat is your ability to consistently take action each and every day.

Successful people are not necessarily those that make the right decisions all of the time. But they do make decisions and better yet, act upon them.

Thomas Jefferson once wrote "I'm a firm believer in luck, and I've found the harder I work, the luckier I get."

Well, the same is true in building muscle.

Do you take some form of action each day and go after your muscle building goals? You'll find that the more you act on things, the more good things happen.

Accept my challenge: Do one or more things every day for the next 30 days that will move you closer to the goal to gain muscle mass fast.

Believe it or not, there are many, many people out there who are TIRED of being skinny. In fact, you may be one.

I know it may sound hard to believe, that some people are actually trying to gain weight and muscle, but it's true. Those that are skinny, often times want to gain weight just as much as those who are overweight, want to lose it.

That's what led me to develop my mass-building system...

I was getting so many emails from people that were finally fed up with being skinny and scrawny, they wanted to learn the truth about packing on mass.

So I sat down and listed out the 7 things I did after a bodybuilding show in which I was able to gain 20 pounds of mass in 8 weeks.

You can use these same secrets to bulk up, add strength, and gain muscle.

If you're tired of being skinny, you need to learn the 7 things you must do to gain muscle and strength...


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