Stop Relying on Genetics and Build Muscle Through Science
Genetics play an important role in muscle building. Unfortunately, not everyone was born with good genes. Luckily, this muscle building guide shows you can make progress anyway.
It might seem useless if you were born a skinny person, especially if you’ve seen some friends turn into Dwayne Johnson from a poor man over the years. That being said, to hell with bad genetics. Some of the most physically elite in fitness were born without gifted geneticists, but have improved their skills nonetheless.
In fact, mindset is the predominant factor in muscle building, according to prolific nutritional trainer and coach Andy Morgan :
Assuming you want to make the most of your genetic makeup in all practical and applicable ways, no. You must assume that you are one of the genetically elite people when you exercise. The mind has an incredibly powerful effect on the body. (So much so that you can actually give people sugar pills, tell them they’re steroids, and they’ll grow for a while, like they’re on steroids. Yes, damn you, that hasn’t been studied yet).
The rest of the guide covers how to build muscle and how long it takes. (Spoiler alert: This takes longer than you think.) The guide is quite long (four parts and 8000 words), but it is one of the most comprehensive and evidence-based resources for increasing muscle mass. You can find it at the link below.
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