‘Your Muscular Potential: Understanding Your Genetic Limitations’ by Matt Simpson

Bodybuilding magazines and supplement companies sell lies to most people who read them. They make you believe that you can put on 30lbs of muscle in a month or they make fat loss claims that have been proven to be impossible. For most of us mere mortals, having 10% bodyfat and weighing 255lbs of lean muscle is just impossible. In the same way that I can’t train really hard and suddenly be 6ft 4in. However, this doesn’t have to be a problem. By knowing the limitations of our genetics we can actually get a clearer picture of how we are progressing towards our goals, relative to other more naturally genetically gifted gym devotees. Physical limitations for muscle are just something we have to make peace with. Even in the bodybuilding world genetics allow some competitors to be much much more muscular than others. I believe by understanding the maximum muscle mass your body can ideally hold, it becomes easier to be happy with the hard work you have put in and be at peace with your training and your results. This book shows you how to calculate your maximum muscularity at a body fat percentage that you choose and then shows you how to plan your training around this knowledge.

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