Friday, February 1, 2013

Talks to together about Effective Muscle Building Program for us

Before start writing at this post, I had come across one online article about Visual Impact Review.

I read in details about,

(1) What Visual Impact is All About?
(2) Bulky vs. Ripped Muscle Growth and many more...

The 75 page Visual Impact Muscle Building course is Rusty's response to the growing desire and lack of information related to achieving this type of physique. There is no shortage of websites, books and magazines that cater for the bodybuilder or 'beef cake' look, but nothing if you just want to look good just like the celebrities in Hollywood movies. So Rusty has put his years of experience and expertise and combined it with the massive amount of feedback from readers of his website to bring you a truly unique muscle building manual.

The second part of the program talks about the two different types of growth scenarios that you will need to get the ideal physique without that "puffy" look. You might see a lot of guys in the gym, who are pretty big and muscular, but they almost look puffy, like they are about to pop if you stick them with a needle. The reason for this is because the type of workouts they are performing is creating what's called sarcoplasmic hypertrophy. This is essentially the fluids and tissue surrounding their muscles is getting larger hence the hypertrophy part. This is not a bad thing per se, but definitely not the ideal look that you are probably going for. What you really want is a combination of sarcoplasmic hypertrophy and myofibrillar hypertrophy which is when the actual muscle fibers are splitting and repairing themselves to get bigger. The combination of these 2 will create that lean Hollywood look that so many guys are going after.

The third part of the program talks about the shrink wrap effect. The shrink wrap effect is when you become so lean and your skin becomes so tight over your frame that you literally look like you can see your muscles and striations through your skin. This is achieved through manipulating fluid levels, potassium intakes, and carbohydrate and sodium re feeds. It's definitely a little tricky to get right, but once you hit the nail over the head, you can look pretty cut and lean.

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