Vince Delmont's program, No Nonsense Muscle Building, is aimed at the "hard-gainers" of the world, those people who cannot seem to gain any muscle tissue no matter how hard they try. They pump iron, take supplements and eat high protein meals, but still they remain skinny.
This was Vince's history. Like many other painfully thin people, Vince was driven to succeed in building his body. In doing so, he stumbled over a "secret" technique to build his own body and has developed that into a program to help others.
Hey, Vince isn't being altruistic... he's selling the program. But according to many expert evaluators, Vince's package is well worth the investment - several times over.
Though he doesn't specifically say so in his promotional material, his program will also work for "fatties" who have trouble gaining muscle, as well as the "skinnies." With the No Nonsense Muscle Building book and program, people of any size, shape, gender and physical proclivity will benefit from Vince's advice and training.
As stated in his material, this program may not be for the hardcore bodybuilding types who loves spending hours and hours in the gym pumping iron. For these gym-rats or muscleheads, the gym scene is a way of life. People attracted to Vince's programs are regular folks like you and me.
No Nonsense Muscle Building:
This is a program is for busy people who cannot afford to spend more than three hours a week in the gym. Vince maintains that three hours is all you need to build your body into the one you really want.
In fact, says Vince, overtraining is a problem that can keep you from building muscle. Too much pumping iron and cardio are counter-productive. Vince isn't the only one who has uttered this truism. His contention is supported by a number of coaches and trainers.
Vince Delmont's material is supported by scientific documentation of the effectiveness of concentrated, focused training techniques. A number of his adherents have presented documented, quantitative evidence of their success using his program.
Mr. Delmont eschews the use of any chemical performance enhancers like anabolic steroids, human growth hormone and other testosterone boosters. He says that many people don't respond to these drugs and those who do have only temporary success with muscle building.
Vince's program is drug and supplement free. It is strictly about his exercise program and a diet of natural foods... nothing you will see advertised in a "muscle-magazine". He points out that most muscle-mags are owned by supplement companies who use them as a platform to promote their own bodybuilding products.
Delmont points out that the glowing reviews of supplements by famous bodybuilding figures are paid advertisements, not unbiased, impartial commentaries on product quality and performance.
All in all, Vince Delmont's No Nonsense Muscle Building is an excellent program for Mr. and Mrs. Everyman, people who want to improve their bodies without a massive investment in gym-time, protein powders and chemical supplements and vitamins and other health-food products.