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Muscle Mass Gain: 10 Lbs IN 3 Days?

By Don Demarco

You open a muscle building magazine, and this advert screams out at you, “Gain 10 pounds of muscle in 3 days.”.

A model with massive muscles, grinning at you, and a couple of before and after pictures have you hooked.

Strategically placed phrases like “scientifically proven” and “the secret professionals use” will make you reach for your telephone and credit card.

Stop!

I’m sorry, but it just isn’t possible to gain 10 pounds of muscle in 3 days.

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.

Don’t buy the slick commercials. No matter how many testimonials.

The supplement industry regularly commits a multi-billion dollar scam in the form of these ads, magazines, and websites.

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 there are definitely some effective supplements out there, even those can’t make you gain 10 pounds of muscle overnight.

The truth is that nothing can replace hard work in the gym, not even the best supplements.

You need utilize sound research, not phony testimonials, to decide if a supplement delivers, be it a promise to gain 10 pounds of muscle or burn fat at thrice the natural rate.

If such a supplement did exist, wouldn’t everyone know about it and trainers everywhere recommend it?

It is possible to gain 10 pounds of muscle, but not 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.

Honestly, only a few supplements available in the market can help you improve your results.

Since most of the testimonials are inaccurate or scripted, use your common sense and take these advertisements and testimonials with a grain of salt.

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 actuality, though, the tests were probably done on rats or mice, and you can’t relate the data from this trumped-up research to humans.

Try to get a reference from the research material and look it up on PubMed.

You’ll probably find that the research is horribly skewed or just doesn’t exist.

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?

For details, click below.

By Don Demarco. Don is an amateur bodybuilder and fitness coach. He shares bodybuilding secrets learned over several years at Men’s Workout Heaven Enroll for a FREE Muscle Building course. Visit Men’s Workout Videos

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Demarco, Don "Muscle Mass Gain: 10 Lbs IN 3 Days?." Muscle Mass Gain: 10 Lbs IN 3 Days?. 1 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 18 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/muscle-mass-gain-10-lbs-in-3-days/>.

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Demarco, D (2010, July 1). Muscle Mass Gain: 10 Lbs IN 3 Days?. Retrieved September 18, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/muscle-mass-gain-10-lbs-in-3-days/

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