"Over 68,000 successful users in over 102 countries makes "Gaining Mass" by Anthony Ellis the most widely used weight gain course of its kind in the world.
One of the things about GAINING MASS that I was impressed with was Anthony's honesty in dealing with the supplement issue.
I find it funny and at the same time appalling that many "experts" and authors use their books and courses more as a means of selling supplements than giving legitimate information. With many programs, you are urged to purchase a whole slew of pills and powders or else, you are threatened, the program "just won't work." Sound familiar? (I won't mention any names).
In GAINING MASS, Anthony does recommend supplements, but he is quick to point out, "Supplements are not magic. The supplements do not make the program; they are only there to help you. You will still get results without them. Remember, people were gaining muscle and losing fat long before products like creatine or whey protein were on the market."
Well, that was a huge breath of fresh air hearing someone else finally tell it like it is instead of ramming $300 worth of products down your throat every month as a "back end sale."
Not only that, but Anthony has also done a superb job of explaining in plain English the exact steps you must take every day to gain mass, while also giving the scientific rationale behind his plan (but without being too scientific).
GAINING MASS teaches you about weight training, nutrition, aerobic training, stretching, food choices, hormones, supplements, motivation and a whole lot more - plus you get the tools you need to implement the plan.
Some of the testimonials and before and after pictures - including Anthony's own - are pretty mind boggling. After reviewing the GAINING MASS course myself, it became apparent to me why so many people get better than average muscle gains on this program.
Normally, you could expect drug-free gains of about 1/2 to 1.0 lbs of muscle per week. However, on a few occasions, I've seen people gain more than a pound a week for short periods of time. I guess you could call that a "growth spurt." When you look at the success stories on the Gaining Mass website, you'll notice that "Growth Spurts" seem to be the norm with Anthony's clients.
Here's a word about GAINING MASS from the author Anthony Ellis:
"Fat loss, fat loss, fat loss. Everywhere you look, there's information on how to lose fat. Day after day, week after week, I am constantly bombarded with the issues of overweight Americans. They have low fat foods created for them, they have entire magazines dedicated to helping them lose fat. They even have companies established to help them lose weight and get fit. On the internet, 95% of all fitness related sites are geared towards losing fat.
But what about us? What about the guys who CAN'T gain weight?
I believe that our problem is just as important and as difficult to solve, people don't believe that underweight or thin people can be unhappy with their bodies as well. "You are so lucky," they all say. Well, how come I don't feel lucky? In my mind, being thin is as difficult to live with as being overweight. But, it just doesn't sell. America wants to be thin, so if you already are, they think, you don't have a problem.
For years I did not know what it felt like to weigh more than 138 pounds. I was even underweight as a child. After I was born, I had to remain at the hospital for an extra seven days because of my weight. Understand, this was not just some overnight problem for me. My lack of size had plagued me my entire life, so when I speak, I speak from first hand experience. I am not some guy who is naturally athletic, or genetically gifted. I had always been thin, and I would still be thin if I had listened to everyone around me telling me why I couldn't gain weight.
I hope that my site helps to guide you in the correct direction so that you will avoid many of the mistakes I've made in my long journey to gain weight. If you want it, you can do this. I am not that "special". Believe me, if I can do it, anyone can."
Be sure to take a look at Anthony's site. When you see his before and after pictures, it's gonna blow your mind. Click here to go there now: www.musclegaintips.com
Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle
Tom Venuto is a lifetime natural bodybuilder, personal trainer, gym owner, freelance writer and author of Burn the Fat, Feed The Muscle (BFFM): Fat Burning Secrets of the World's Best Bodybuilders and Fitness Models. Tom has written over 140 articles and has been featured in IRONMAN magazine, Natural Bodybuilding, Muscular Development, Muscle-Zine, Exercise for Men and Men's Exercise. Tom is the Fat Loss Expert for Global-Fitness.com and the nutrition editor for Femalemuscle.com and his articles are featured regularly on literally dozens of other websites.