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Ever heard the commercial what would you do for a Klondike bar? Or heard a hopeless romantic say I die for you? Well here's a question for you. What would you do or are willing to go through to be where you want to be as having a new body? Wow, opens up your imagination huh?

Well i met many people who said I'm ready and willing and will do this and that and within months never seen them again or made it official saying I can’t. We expect a large mass gainer with lean muscle and a side of fat loss as if it’s a drive through. It doesn't work like that at all.

In Time

Building quality muscle takes time and in time comes plenty of distractions and impatience. But then you have to stay focus on your priorities on what you want. You've trained hard coming in early in the morning jumping on the treadmill starting your day by making your body a fat burning torch and staying up late til close pounding the weights. Throughout the day your protein up every three hours apart and planning out your carb portion ratio while making five to six runs to the men's room pissing because your drinking ounces upon ounces of water. Simply following what you read on "Ill pump you pump" is not enough and following a certain training regimen once won’t cut it. All in all you train eat and sleep but again you see yourself and wonder why aren’t my sore muscle showing it.

Asking the pros in body building will tell you that it all takes time and to continue to eat. It’s impossible expect to have a savings fund and retire off your first check right? Same applies to your body you need to eat many times over and over again continue to train day in and out stay commitment to building your body brick by brick muscle by muscle. Now once you have your game plan is down mentally lets begins with the program.

Bench Press, Squats, Shoulder press and dead lifts are compound movements that will put on a slab of muscle on you fast. Here's the layout program, execute it with proper weight and form. Bench press works out your shoulders, triceps and of course chest. Squats work the glutes, hams and quads. Shoulder Press is for the delts and deadlift works the glutes, hams and lower back. This is a circuit training program so expect a fast pace workout so hydrate well and get your mind right. Let's Go!

Bench Press - 3-4 Sets - 10 reps

For bench press make sure you have a solid foundation for the movement, your heels are placed on the floor and forearms are perpendicular to the floor. Have a firm grip on the bar and make sure to breathe calmly. Now off to squats.

Squats - 3-4 Sets - 10 reps

For Squats initiate movement with hips and maintain a natural lumbar curve. Make sure your feet are secure and solid on its stance and proceed. Once done quickly change the weight and begin with press.

Insider's Tip: It is important to go below parallel in this movement, especially when you are just learning the exercise. The reason for this is because you want to develop strength along the entire range of motion. If you don’t go low enough to start you could injure yourself later when you progress to heavier weight.

Shoulder Press- 3-4 Sets - 10 reps

When performing this exercise stay focused on form with the barbell, don't allow distraction, your body should be feeling the burn by this point. Remember this is the first set so make every rep count. Keep your eyes to yourself and see the mass muscle pilling on your body. Now off to deadlifts and repeat again.

Deadlifts- 3-4 Sets - 10 reps

With little or no rest repeat this circuit and add weight if you find yourself able to hit 15 reps. Again form and posture is crucial. lets aim three to four reps. Give this regimen a fair shot in fact I challenge you do it for two cycles, two months I promise you'll be impressed with the rapid mass gains. But again stay committed to your protein and carbs. And dont forget other supplements like creatine, BCAA's and others that certainly helps found here on

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