This is How to Gain Muscle

By: Tony Schwartz

It's possible you have already come to the realization that while it’s nice to collect all the free info on the web, the depth and quality of the info is nothing compared to what is found in most books. The old adage “You get what you pay for” definitely applies here. This holds true for just about every topic out there, and muscle building training programs are no exception.

But even after you have decided to purchase the best info, it is hard to know how to find the best muscle building training program. I will give you some guidelines in a minute, but first I want to discuss how NOT to find the best program.

Most people begin their search with cost. Now I understand that almost everyone has to work within a certain budget. But it still amazes me when I see people choose inferior work out programs just because they are cheaper.

This alone is not that odd, but what is odd is that these same people then go and spend hundreds of dollars on worthless supplements or pieces of exercise equipment. Or worse yet, they waste money on something not even related to their goals. Why not spend your hard-earned cash on something with guaranteed results?

My thought-process when buying anything is to look for the highest-quality product and then work backwards from there if the price is too extravagant. In this way I make sure that I only buy one quality product that will give me results, not many inferior products that won’t give me what I want.

It’s no different than buying a car. If you purchase a high-quality car from the beginning, then you’ll pay less over the long-term because you won’t need as many repairs and your car will last longer.

With that in mind, here are the big three criteria that should be kept in mind when evaluating training programs:

1. Science
Your body operates under the laws of science, so it would be wise to have a program that completely explains these laws on easy to understand writing. Since these laws hold true for everyone, it makes sense that a program designed with science in mind will work to at least some extent for everyone.

2. Results
The whole reason you purchase a training program is for the results. There are a couple of things you should look for that indicate the quality of the results.
The first is a money-back guarantee. No matter how excellent you think the program is you always want the option of getting your money back.
The second is the experience of the author. Is it someone who has actually trained other people? Or is it simply a self-proclaimed expert?

3. Usability
The most common reason that people stop working out is that it becomes too difficult to get the results they want. So naturally, you want a training program that is easy to get results with. To insure this it is important that there is a good support system set-up. Before buying, test out the customer service. Is it quick? Is someone qualified answering your questions or are your technical questions outsourced to a clueless customer service rep?

Use these criteria and don’t get bogged-down in the marketing hype of muscle building workout programs. The hype won’t give you results, a good program will.

Also, keep in mind that simply looking over these programs won’t give you results. You actually need to try a program for a month or so to evaluate it. Don’t suffer from “paralysis by analysis” whereby you make no decision at all because you are too caught up in comparing programs. Take action today if you are serious about achieving your goals.

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