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12 Secrets for gaining mass

Scott White White

If You really want to gain size stop reading articles out of magazines and find a trainer that knows what they are doing.

Eat organically, you are what you eat (if you give yourself a 59 cent hamburger you are giving your body 59 cent muscles that makes you look like garbage.)

Eat According to your metabolic type, "the metabolic typing diet"

Lift mainly in the 8-12 rep range

Your tempos should range from 3-1-3 to 4-1-4 and no more

You total time under tension for each lift should only last 60 sec or less (this is because you want to produce as much Testosterone and Growth Hormone.

Don`t lift longer than 45 min per workout, less at a higher intensity equals more.

This would be different if you were on pro-hormones or juice, because of the recover time.

You shouldn`t be performing any cardio

Lift according to your genetic makeup and your muscle fiber type if you tend to be more of an endurance athlete you will do better lifting a little higher reps, if you are more of a speed athlete you will do better lifting a little lower reps heavier weight.

Supplements and other things can help in achieving mass, as we all know what the pros use and most amateurs lifting in the gym.

Though follow science it can do way more for you than just taking some pill.

Mass is easy to gain when you lift correctly, don`t waste years trying to reach your goal when you can invest in a trainer that can get you tons of results now. And if they don`t get you results fire them immediately

Words of wisdom

work harder

Less is more

Scott White

Personal Power Training



Scott White if a Personal Trainer and Nutritionist for Celebrities, Professional and olympic athelets as well as the every day person who wants the best. http://www.personalpowertraining.net

Invest Your Inner Wealth - By Judy Rushfeldt


Invest Your Inner Wealth

By Judy Rushfeldt

It started out like any other Wednesday ? reports to type, telephones to answer, books to balance. When the clock finally struck 4:30 p.m., Lauren locked her desk and wearily made her way to the fast-food caf? where she waited on tables several evenings a week. As a single mother struggling to make ends meet, Lauren?s days were an endless blur of typewriters, ringing telephones and greasy hamburgers.

A few hours later, Lauren?s entire world changed when she discovered that she had won $5 million in a lottery.

That was five years ago. Today, Lauren is back to typing reports and answering telephones. Other than owning a nice home, she has no assets and is once again struggling to make ends meet. Like many lottery winners, Lauren lost her winnings in bad investments and frivolous spending. Rarely a day goes by that Lauren doesn?t agonize over all that she could have done with her life, had she properly managed her wealth.

?If only I could get my hands on that kind of money,? you may be thinking. ?I would never waste it.?

That may be. But what are you doing with the wealth you already possess? I don?t mean your bank accounts, business or investments. I?m referring to your talents, time, skills and opportunities, which are far more valuable resources. And in many of our lives, these treasures are either buried or squandered in selfish pursuits.

John Henry Newman stated, ?Fear not that your life shall have an end, but that it shall never have a beginning.? Tragically, many people come to the end of their lives having never scratched the surface of their potential.

The Bible tells us that everyone has received at least one gift, ?Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God?s grace in its various forms? (1 Peter 4:10).

You may not think you have anything special to offer, but because of the power of the Holy Spirit within you, your gift has immeasurable value and potential if you are willing to put it to use.

Following are some keys that will help you invest your gifts and reach your God-given potential.


My husband, Brian, is a hobby handyman. He?s enthralled with his latest purchase, a ?JigSaw? power tool that will cut any angle or shape. Last week he used it to cut a frame for a cathedral style window. This tool has impressive capabilities, but it can?t do anything unless it?s connected to a power source.

To fulfill our greatest potential, we, too must be connected to our power source. Jesus Christ said, ?I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing? (Jn. 15:5).

Are you connected to Jesus? Creativity, joy and purpose grow in proportion to our ?connectedness? to Christ. Draw closer to God, and divine power, love and grace will imbue your inner seeds of potential, causing them to germinate, grow and blossom.

When the late author Catherine Marshall was asked what advice she would give to someone seeking to be more creative, she replied, ?That?s easy. I would tell her to stay intimately attuned to God.?

As we submit ourselves to Christ daily through prayer, scripture reading and worship, we are transformed. And the by-product of this transformation is the release of our God-given potential.


Many of us have areas of our lives that seem like insurmountable obstacles to achieving success.

When Ludwig van Beethoven began to lose his hearing, fear and anger became his constant companions. ?O Providence,? he wrote in his journal, ?grant me at last one pure joy ? it is so long since joy echoed in my heart. Oh when, oh when, shall I find it again??

Beethoven despaired over whether he would ever be able to compose music again. But the time came when he decided to let go of his anger and be grateful for what he had. He chose to focus on God instead of his handicaps. The result was the composition of the famous Ninth Symphony, the tune to which we sin, ?Joyful, joyful, we adore thee.?

The handicaps that hinder most of us are not physical; they are handicaps of perception such as negative attitudes, fear of failure, inferiority, and doubt. Focus on your handicaps, and you?ll be discouraged and resentful. Focus instead on the enabling grace and power of God, and you?ll experience joy and productivity.

As the apostle Paul said, ?Be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power? (Eph. 6:10). It is true that we can do nothing of ourselves. But it is equally true that ?I can do everything through him who gives me strength? (Phil. 4:13).


Samuel Johnson once said, ?Nothing will ever be attempted if all possible objections must first be overcome.

People who wait to take action until every real or imagined obstacle is removed will never get beyond the starting gate. Many of the world?s greatest geniuses died having never succeeded at anything. Why? It takes more than good intentions and talent to be successful. It takes boldness and courage. Translated into everyday living, that means action.

Many people avoid taking action because they fear failure. Often, this is rooted in concerns about what other people think of them.

Nothing will paralyze you more than worrying about other people?s opinions. Refuse to compare yourself with others. Be willing to risk failure. Today, take one step outside your comfort zone. Then tomorrow, take another. Over time, you?ll develop greater courage and resilience.

Effective action requires a disciplined lifestyle. Athletes have coined the phrase, ?No pain, no gain.? They know that excellence requires discipline and hard work.

Discipline is the harness that releases our potential, transforming dreams into accomplishments. Paul the apostle stated, ?To this end I labor, struggling with all his energy, which so powerfully works in me? (Col. 1:29).

Lack of discipline is one of the greatest obstacles to turning dreams into accomplishments. In fact, discipline makes the difference between what we want to be, and who we really are. Set realistic goals and establish a detailed course of action to achieve those goals. Then be sure to follow through. Periodically evaluate your progress and, whenever necessary, adjust your plan.


Finally, never give up. Most great accomplishments are realized through many small steps; most achievements follow a series of setbacks. Some of the world?s greatest novelists received hundreds of rejection slips before publishing their first book. Many of the most world?s most prominent business and political leaders failed dozens of times before ever succeeding at one venture.

A framed print on my office wall reminds me daily of the need to persevere. It depicts three purple and white lilies blossoming brightly, despite being surrounded by snow. Underneath the picture are these words: Never Give Up. Go over, go under, go around, or go through. But never give up.

Judy Rushfeldt is a writer, speaker, and online magazine publisher whose passion is to help women fulfill their potential. Her recently published book, Freedom versus Feminism, shows why women are disillusioned with today?s feminist movement. It inspires women to let go of their past and embrace a new foundation of courage, confidence and purpose. For more information about this book or to order, visit the online bookstore on her website: http://www.lifetoolsforwomen.com

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