How To Grow Muscle Fast

The Somanabolic Muscle Maximizer is said to be the new age in developing muscles, becoming physically fit, and discovering a new you. It is said to have the secret key to a systematic workout, which is coupled with nutrition, to get natural results fast. Does it work the way it says it should? The Somanabolic Muscle Maximizer is being talked about everywhere, especially on the Internet, but is it really as good as they say it is? Thousands of reviews seem to think so. Read on to find out some information, and thoughts on the muscle building system.
 

 
What You Get

With this training program, you get a laid out workout routine to follow step by step, along with the exact amount of sets, reps, how often you should rest, and of course the exercise routines that you need to follow as well.

The program also helps you to build a customized nutrition plan that is based on your weight, age, height, the types of body workouts you have done in the past, and the type of schedule that you are on. With this program, it is said that you will be on the fast track to a newer, healthier, and stronger you in no time at all.

You also get the benefit of having your workout routine combined with your dietary needs for the best workout plan you can get.

What Stands Out

What makes this system so different from the thousands of workout programs out there is the combination of the nutrition plan and the workout routine. Any athlete can tell you that what you eat plays a big part in how fit you are. Kyle Leon seems to know this and capitalizes on it in his program, according to any Muscle Maximizer review you read online.

The Pros

The program gives you a customized workout and nutrition plan based on your own body type and schedule.

As long as you have an Internet connection you can get instant access to the program and it has a 60-day money back guarantee.

The best thing about the program is that it takes the workout and nutrition plans and combines them for optimum effects that happen at a fast pace.

The Negatives

Many reviews say that the program is a great workout but no different than any other workout programs that they have seen before. Other than the combination of the two programs, there is only so much that you can do with a workout program.

Conclusion

This workout program is a great workout that combines a few things that no one had thought about doing yet. Reviews are super positive on most fronts and you can be assured that if you are disciplined and follow the workout and nutrition plan that you will see a new, improved you in a pretty fast manner. If you have been struggling to build up your muscles and have about lost hope, then give this program a try; you will be glad that you did.
 

Six Myths about Aspartame that will Never Die

Despite the fact, that almost all of the research in humans indicates that Aspartame is safe in normal amounts, there are many who refuse to face it. Aspartame (E951) is a sweetener that is about 200 times sweeter than sugar but on the other hand, it contains very few calories. Studies are there about Aspartame and the products it degrades into in the body in the last 30 years and the European Food Safety Authority EFSA has concluded that it is safe. The same has also the U.S. authorities concluded.

Aspartame nowadays used in everything from protein powder, sugar free soft drinks, biscuits, chewing gum, desserts, etc. is completely safe. The limit for intake is currently set at 40 mg / kg body weight. How much aspartame found in food and beverages varies a great deal, but according to a study, a person weighing 60 kg consumes close to 4 liters of diet soda every day, for life. Despite extensive research over several decades, people are still not ready to accept it.

Let us look at some of the most common allegations on aspartame and what is it actually.

 

Aspartame is a carcinogen

There are studies showing that animals can get cancer from aspartame, but there we are talking about extremely high doses. These doses we will never be able to catch up to, even if you were to drink aspartame drinks continuously throughout the day.

It is true enough some epidemiological studies showing an increased incidence of some cancers, but such studies do not say anything about the cause / effect and contains a number of weaknesses that one cannot ignore. How easy is it for example to be able to say something about how you have eaten and drunk in the last twelve months? How much sugar soda you drank in March 2012?

Aspartame breaks down in our bodies to several substances, aspartic acid, phenylalanine and methanol. With larger amounts of aspartame, formaldehyde would also likely be present, but even extreme amounts of aspartame forms little formaldehyde. In fact, our body produces far more formaldehyde than what you get in you in the form of sugar-free soda. In addition, when it comes to aspartic acid, phenylalanine and methanol, so this is a much greater amounts in common foods such as meat, dairy products, fruits and vegetables.

 

Is Aspartame, a deadly neurotoxin?

Not correct. By searching on Google or if you are unlucky to land up on a junk website, it is easy to believe that aspartame is dangerous and you can get both the one and the other of drinking sugar soda. There are actually more likely to die of water poisoning before you would get any side effects of aspartame, even if you went on to get most sugar soda.

European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) as late as February 2013 published a systematic review of the available literature where they reaffirm that an intake of up to 40 mg / kg body weight is completely safe. It is important to remember that although some drugs are toxic in large amounts, it never means that they are dangerous in small amounts. Pretty much everything is toxic and potentially fatal if there is excessive intake.

 

Aspartame triggers epileptic seizures

Not correct. On several websites, you can read that aspartame can cause seizures and that FAA and U.S. Navy has warned its employees against even small amounts of aspartame. Blogs Gunnar Tjomlid has written a fabulous blog about aspartame and refers to several studies indicate that aspartame does not control and epileptic seizures or increase the risk any more than placebo.

 

Aspartame makes you overweight

Not correct. Although in some rat studies have shown that rats receiving aspartame eat more, it is not correct to say that aspartame makes you fat. A change in hunger does not mean that you as a man going to eat more food. Food is for us is much more than just hunger and satiety.

In humans, there is also no evidence that aspartame causes you to eat more. In fact, there are several studies that point out that drinking sugar soda can be an advantage when you lose weight or stay away from the unhealthy food. If anything, it is likely that drinking sugar soda can cause you to consume fewer calories.

 

Aspartame wonders the body to produce insulin

Not correct. Your body does not want to produce insulin. Aspartame does not get your body to produce insulin, nor will the body to produce something extra when combined with carbohydrates. There is no reason to get aspartame to appear as something other than what it is. These products it breaks down into completely harmless byproducts, given that you do not overdo the intake.

Other ridiculous allegations

  • Aspartame makes you stupid.
  • Aspartame makes you dependent.
  • Aspartame wonders you to produce various hormones.
  • Aspartame contains wood alcohol (like no other foods containing more methanol …)
  • Aspartame can bring AIDS, headache, poor memory, heart disease, hallucinations, etc.

Common to these claims is that they are false and inaccurate either because they simply are not true, or because they turn your beliefs inside out. At aspartame contains wood alcohol, is not something to widen your eyes on, when we know that the same methanol is found in greater amounts in traditional foods.

Better Training Effect with Supersets

Super Set provides more pump in the muscles, increases metabolism and allows you to work out within half the time. To make the training most effective it is important that you do things at the pace according to your goal.

If you end up with breaks of several minutes between sets, there will be no fat loss. What else you need than shorter, more efficient and better workouts? You will train with higher heart rate, burn more fat and use less time.

The superset

The solution can be supersets. These are timesaving and efficient. Superset means performing two exercises – for example, bench press and seated row followed by each other. You can also do this with two exercises for the same muscle group. First, you do a set of bench press, then a set of seated rowing etc. This saves your time and makes training more effective.

Supersets and training time

Let us take an example and see how much time one can save on performing superset training. In the example, we performed three sets of eight repetitions each in the bench press and three sets of eight repetitions of seated rowing. We did the sets by following traditional breaks and super sets one by one.

With traditional breaks and sets of 25 seconds each:

1 set of bench press (warm up)
3 sets of bench press x 8 reps
4 breaks of 90 seconds

3 sets cable rowing x 8 reps
3 pauses of 90 seconds

Total duration: 10 minutes!

With supersets, you will work out with 30 seconds rest between series (the time it takes to start the second exercise) and do it in half the training time!

Increases fat burning

To train two parts at one time with supersets is a proven method among bodybuilders and fitness athletes – especially in competitions. By shortening the breaks and make the workout more intense, you will get an improvement in fat metabolism during exercise. This is because you are training with higher heart rate and it gives your muscles less oxygen.

So even though the training itself is shorter, you will burn more calories (at the time) and get a bigger combustion (EPOC) after the session.

Different methods you can try

The method is not for everyone and it is not suitable in all exercises as well. You should still try it. Most people find that they should avoid doing super set of exercises where the same muscle group are included in both exercises. It is also not a good idea to put two very super heavy exercises consecutively because the body needs a bit more rest after heavy lifting.

There are mainly three types of supersets that I advise my clients-

One - Horizontal strain / pull supersets

This means that you work opposing muscle groups (agonists and antagonists).

Horizontal rows seated rowing, etc + horizontal press exercises: bench press, pushups, etc. If you choose a bit technical and heavy exercise, you should combine it with an exercise that is easier technically. E.g., bend forward rowing + pushups.

Two - Vertical pressure / push supersets

Vertical press exercises: military press, dips, shoulder presses + vertical pull: pull-ups, chins, pull downs, etc. If you military press first, which is a heavy exercise, take a longer break before doing another set of pull-ups. If you train hard on your shoulders (in the range 3-6 reps); it can be advantageous to do pull-ups on a slightly higher reps range (6-10 reps) or vice versa.

Three - Superset on bone

If you train legs, it can be super hard to perform supersets, at least if you train heavy exercises like squats and deadlifts. Here it is important to have a long break, not just the muscles that work to get some rest, but also because of the nervous system that should be able to recover. There are still a few things that you can do to take advantage of the breaks a little better when you train legs. For example, if you exercise a front quad that is a great exercise for many thighs, stomach / back and buttock muscles, you can do a mobilization drill at the ankles during the breaks, which will also improve your technique drastically and will help you become more stable in the bottom position.

Option 2 is to do a set of Romanian deadlifts (which in my opinion is a much better exercise than straight deadlifts because more activation of gluteus muscles), and along with it doing a plank. (If you feel you can stand several minutes in the regular plank, try this!). This can also help improve your technique, and then you will get activated abdominal muscles largely and thus help you easily get stabilized lumbar efficiently during exercise.

Unilateral superset

This is one of my personal favorites! I have previously written an article about why unilateral training is something everyone should benefit from. By super sets, it will become even more effective.

To set it up

Now that I have come up with suggestions for different exercises you can start the super sets, here is a very basic suggestion for a upper body / lower body split you can use where you train upper body on Monday, legs Tuesday, rest Wednesday, Thursday and Friday torso.

Day 1 (upper body)

The exercises can be super listed consecutively, e.g. 1A and 1B.

1A) Bench Press / dumbbells – 3 sets x 5-8 reps

1B) Seated Cable Row – 3 sets x 8-12 reps

2A) Military Press / rod – 3 sets x 5-8 reps

2B) Pullups / pulldowns, wide grip – 3 sets x 6-10 reps

3A) Dips (triceps focus) – 3 sets x 6-10 reps

3B) Facepulls – 3 sets x 10-15 reps

Day 2 (legs)

1A) Front squat – 3 sets x 3-5 reps.

1B) Ankle Mobilization – 3 x 20-30 seconds on each leg.

2A) Romanian deadlifts – 3 sets x 6-10 reps

2B) Pallof Press – 2 x 10-15 reps

3) Bulgarian press – 2 sets x 6-10 reps

4) Walking lunge – 2 sets x 15-25 reps

5) RVC plank – 3 sets x max hold time
Finally ..

Before you start super setting, remember that it is still a time and place for a break in between for example, you have made a real heavy exercise taken out completely you should not necessarily always super set.

Running between each exercise is not advisable, so you do not end up fainting due to lack of oxygen. One can take 20 to 30 seconds. It is after all not a race!