You open a muscle building magazine, and this advert screams out at you, “Gain 10 pounds of muscle in 3 days.”.
A few before and after pictures as well as the massive musculature of the model grinning at you are almost enough to convince you.
Strategically placed phrases like “scientifically proven” and “the secret professionals use” will make you reach for your telephone and credit card.
Gaining 10 pounds of muscle in 3 days is impossible.
There, I’ve put the truth out there for you.
Unless some space-age surgical procedure can artificially graft on additional muscles, it just isn’t possible.
Whatever the ads promise you; you shouldn’t believe them.
All of these ads, magazines, and websites are nothing more than a multi-billion dollar scam and the perpetrators are the supplement industry.
This multi-billion dollar industry routinely puts out advertisements like this, accompanied by fake testimonials and flimsy research “proving” why their supplement is the best and telling you how it can help you gain 10 pounds of muscle over a short period of time.
In reality, it’s all a big scam.
While some of the supplements on the market are good, even those won’t allow you to gain 10 pounds of muscle in a few days.
Even the best supplements cannot replace hard work in the gym, and that’s the truth.
Whatever the claim is, if a supplement promises to help you gain 10 pounds of muscle or burn fat at thrice the normal rate, you should decide on how good the supplement is based on sound research and not phony testimonials.
Everyone would know about such a supplement and every trainer worth his salt would recommend this supplement, if it really did exist.
You CAN gain 10 pounds of muscle, but it won’t happen in 3 days.
Here’s how you can gain much more than 10 pounds of muscle: Go to the gym regularly, train all the parts of your body in a scientific manner, progressively overload your workouts, eat right, and get enough rest.
Supplements can also help you grow, but not in the way they promise in the ads.
Truthfully, only a handful of supplements out there can make you get better results.
When looking at these advertisements and testimonials, use common sense and take them with a pinch of salt, because most of the testimonials are inaccurate or scripted.
The “research” behind these claims, which “prove” how you can gain 10 pounds of muscle in a few days, is mostly faked or altered cleverly to lead you to believe that the tests were performed on humans.
In reality, though, the tests were probably performed on lab animals like rats and mice, and you can’t relate the data from this trumped-up research to humans.
Look for a reference from the research material, and cross check it on PubMed.
When you do, chances are that you’ll discover that the research just doesn’t exist, and if it does, it’s probably skewed.
There is a way to naturally gain 10 pounds of muscle in the fastest way possible; do you want to learn the honest truth about how?
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