"The Bio-Genetic Muscle Gain Program" is a bodybuilding training and diet book for hard gainers and people with average genetics who have not been able to gain muscle size and strength with traditional training. The exact training and nutrition programs are presented in detail, along with illustrations.
About the Author
Bryan Kernan was a classic hard gainer. After years of wasted effort with traditional bodybuilding training, Dan stumbled upon the program presented in "The Bio-Genetic Muscle Gain Program" and made the best size and strength gains in his entire life. His personal success with the program motivated him to write the book and dedicate himself to helping hard gainers and genetically average bodybuilders make the best possible gains from their training.
Article about "The Bio-Genetic Muscle Gain Program" by Bryan Kernan . Copyright © 2005. Reprinted by permission.
Get Ready to Make Big Gains! If you have been struggling in the gym and not making gains by following the cookie-cutter training programs...or if you have been changing programs monthly, following the drug-induced champions "training program of the month" featured in your favorite muscle magazines, then you are going to find this a very personally rewarding, result-producing program. You might find it unusual at first, compared to the multiple set, triple-quadruple split, Bulgarian, blast and bomb super-duper, chemically-enhanced programs espoused by the champs every month in the magazines, but this simple course is extremely effective for the genetically-average person (or "hard- gainer") who chooses not to involve himself or herself in the insanity of anabolic steroids. This program has been used successfully by hard-gainers to gain mass and strength for over five decades.
I understand the frustration you've felt while working your guts out in the gym, eating right, and still not making any gains in strength or size. I've struggled for years trying different programs, diets and supplements, spending hours and hours in the gym every week, and hundreds of hard-earned dollars on the latest fad supplements, with only marginal results. It wasn't until I faithfully followed this very course that you are holding in your hands that I experienced the rapid gains in strength and muscle mass that I had been dreaming about for years. If you faithfully follow this program with consistency, determination, and enthusiasm...and when you are in the gym you give it your best effort...then I am confident that you will make great gains on this program.
Will you gain 25 pounds of muscle in eight weeks? Many factors can affect how much muscle you will gain. Some of those factors like training, diet, and mental attitude are directly within your control. Other factors like genetics, recovery-ability, hormones, etc. are out of your control. I know that hundreds of hard-gainers like yourself have gained 25 pounds or more in eight weeks on this program.
Don't worry about those factors that are out of your control. Concentrate your energy on those factors that you can control and give them your all. Set a goal, write it down along with a date that you want to complete it, focus on it, visualize the results you want, and GO FOR IT!
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