How to Gain Muscle
If you compare a pound of muscle to a pound of fat, you’ll see that muscle takes up less space than fat.
So, no matter what the scale says, having lean muscle can give you a much leaner and more appealing look.
But there are many more benefits to gaining muscle mass!
Muscle tissue torches more calories than fat tissue does, both during physical activity and at rest. It also adds to bone strength and a host of other health benefits.
Research suggests that increasing your muscle mass may make you less hungry, which could help with weight loss and decrease the risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
The bad news is… being fit takes work.
(There is no magic pill)
The Good news is…
We can help you work SMART.
It is a complicated process, but we are going to break it down into some of its most basic elements.
So, without any ads, sales pitches, or informercials…
Here are the 5 keys: