Is Visual Impact Muscle Building for You?

19:32 Eugene Madondo 0 Comments


I am a fan of Rusty Moore’s and have been reading his fitness blog Fitness Black Book for a couple years now, he is a very controversial person who usually goes against the tide in the online fitness world often filled with info geared towards people who want to gain bodybuilder type physiques. His eBook Visual impact muscle building is one of the best selling fitness books on the internet because he goes against what is said by most bodybuilding sites. Instead of training to gain huge freakish muscles his book focuses on training to look good, as in building an aesthetically pleasing functional physique.

VISUAL IMPACT IS NOT A SCAM IT WORKS

Who Should Purchase Visual Impact Muscle Building?



  1. If you are not into the whole bodybuilder look and just want to look good then visual impact is for you.
  2. If you want to build a physique that ordinary people outside the bodybuilding world find attractive and desirable then visual impact is for you.
  3. If you want a lean aesthetic, functional physique whereby you are still able to fit into normal sized jeans and pants then visual impact is for you.
  4. If you want to have a Hollywood type of body, for example if you want to have a body like Brad Pitt in fight club, Cam Gigandet, Taylor Lautner or Ryan Reynolds then visual impact is definitely for you.

Cam Gigandet lean aesthetic muscle
This is the kind of body that is visually appealing to the general population.


What do you get when you purchase visual impact muscle building?

                                
  1. Visual Impact Muscle Building is an affordable fitness manual which has 75 easy to read pages.
  2. In this book you will learn why the big 3 exercises of bodybuilding squats, dead-lifts and flat bench are great for size but they are not for everyone (chapter 1, page 8) and why they should not be done in the long run.
  3. You will also learn about the different types of muscle growth (chapter 2, page 14) namely Sarcoplasmic Hypertrophy whereby there is an increase of cell fluid in the muscle cell and Myofibrillar Hypertrophy whereby the actual muscle fibre grows, it also teaches you about the different rep ranges for different kinds of muscle growth. 
  4. Visual Impact muscle building has 3 phases which last for 2 months each so that you have a lean aesthetic body in 6 months. Phase 1 teaches you how to build muscle size in the right areas (sarcoplasmic hypertrophy), Phase 2 focuses on building muscle density and phase 3 focuses on maximizing your muscle definition.
  5. It also comes with extra’s like printable workout charts, 227 pages of workout illustrations to show you how different exercises are done and to top that this fitness guide comes with a bonus section on how to get shrink wrapped abs at the end of phase III.
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Do I agree with everything Rusty says in Visual Impact Muscle Building?


I like the bodybuilding style training of using compound lifts which include the squats, dead-lifts and bench press that Rusty discourages but I understand his reasons for being against those lifts even though he is not totally against them (it depends on how big or small your legs are in proportion to the rest of your body and whether you already have big legs which are starting to give you that rounded lower body shape) and I am a huge fan of bodybuilders from the 70’s for example guys like Frank Zane, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Serge Nubret .

Unlike the bodybuilders of today they had aesthetic physiques, I like their training style and I use it myself but my goal is not necessarily to look like those guys or guys in Hollywood, I want to be more muscular than those Hollywood guys but I too do not want to look like a bodybuilder, so my goal is more of a fitness model look. I adjust my training to suit my physique goals with regards to the amount of weight I am lifting and the exercises that I do. I believe that visual impact muscle building is a great for beginners who just want to look great like those Hollywood actors and have lean functional muscles and it also gives you a good foundation to be able to make your own workout programs in future to fit your fitness goals at that time.


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