The 5 Craziest, Most Effective Ways to Trick Muscle Fast

I recently had the pleasure of meeting Matt Clark, creator of “The Muscle Formula” (check it out at HERE). Matt has helped over 30,000 people improve their health, build muscle, and burn fat through incredibly effective programs unlike anything else. Through helping so many people, he’s discovered some really powerful TRUTHS about building muscle quickly, safely, and naturally. Here’s what he told me:

Building rock-hard, lean muscle is not complicated. That is why I have boiled down 5 surprising, yet easy-to-follow principles for you to make building muscle a piece of cake!

1. Measuring = Success:

Do you wonder why so many guys are in the gym all the time but never look any different? (Maybe this is you..). How about why athletes are able to make so much progress in a short period of time? It’s not the coaches, it’s the tracking. To rapidly build muscle, you need to track the weights you use and the reps you do. Then, FORCE your body to increase each and every workout.

2. Use the 10% Rule:

Now that you know the importance of tracking your weights & reps, you need to follow the 10% Rule. Each and every workout try to increase the weight or number of reps from your previous time doing each exercise. You’ll eventually be lifting so much weight that you won’t be able to sustain a 10% increase, but that’s fine. When you hit that mark, try for 5%. Get started on this now and watch you muscles EXPLODE!

3. Food, then Protein Shake:

Too many “skinny” guys tell me that they just “can’t gain weight”. Part of the problem is that they flat out don’t eat enough and aren’t following the eating tricks so many bodybuilders, fitness models, and guys like me have figured out over the years. One great trick to pack in extra calories is to eat your protein shake AFTER your meal because it’s far easier to down a shake after eating a big meal than it is to eat the same size of a meal after you’re already full from a shake. Try drinking a protein shake after breakfast and dinner each day and watch your muscles grow.

4. Know Your Calorie Balance:

Most people have no idea what they’re eating vs. burning. This is why I recommend that you use a calorie-tracking tool like FitDay.com (can use their free version) for 7 days every 6 months. This will give you incredible insight and a good “feel” of your calorie balance so you know how many calories you need to eat based on your lifestyle and exercise schedule.

5. Compound Exercises FIRST:

Every single day I see guys at the gym pumping away doing dumbbell curls. Yet, they have no BASE of muscle. If you focus on big compound exercises like squats, deadlifts, and bench press, you’ll see ALL of your muscles grow and you’ll look more athletic. Then you can start fine-tuning with exercises like curls at the END of your workouts. Why do you think professional athletes are so HUGE? (Hint: It’s not from doing “curls for the girls”…)

I highly recommend you watch Matt’s presentation on building muscle in which he reveals one crazy trick to building muscle FAST that you’ve never heard of before and doesn’t require any supplements or workout gadgets. Check it out here now:

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P.S. Matt just told me that this video is generating too much controversy and he’s getting a lot of heat from big name supplement companies. Make sure you check it out right now while it’s still available…
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Benefits of Whey protein

Whey Protein

Whey Protein

What Is Whey Protein?

Whey protein is a by-product during the production of cheese, and it has the highest known levels of branched chain amino acids of any natural food source.
1. Fast Digestibility

Since whey protein is in a powdered form, it is very useful when you need a quick fix of protein. You will often need protein quickly after your weight lifting workouts to encourage protein synthesis. It is recommended that people eat something high in protein 0-30 minutes after their workout.

The reason for eating so soon after your workout is to inhibit the production of a catabolic hormone known as cortisol. Cortisol is a stress hormone which shuts down muscle growth. It increases in our body after we have used up a lot of energy and in order to prevent a build up of it; you need to refuel your body with calories. The easiest way of doing this is to have a whey protein shake as it takes literally no preparation time whatsoever and will be digested quicker than solid food.

It is also useful to have in the mornings. Your muscles will be craving for some more food in the mornings since most of the time you won’t have eaten since dinner. Having a protein shake prior to or alongside breakfast will satisfy your muscles quickly and allow them to continue to rebuild.
2. Useful Snack –

Bodybuilders ideally need to be eating something nutritious every few hours so that they can keep feeding their muscles and allow them to grow. It is time-consuming and difficult to eat so many meals throughout the day. Whey protein allows you to have a high protein snack very quickly and can feel less filling than solid food.
3. Immune System

Whey protein contains an antioxidant called glutathione which is required for a healthy immune system. Whey can help athletes maintain a strong immune system as glutathione levels may be reduced by exercise and resistance training.
4. Weight Loss

Whey protein can also help those who are trying to lose weight. If you choose a protein shake which is low in carbohydrates, it can be a useful method of having a low-calorie/low carb snack in between your meals.