Feed. Fuel. Focus fitness & fat loss industry lies revealed

Mar 7th, 2014

Category: Bodybuilding

Feed. Fuel. Focus fitness & fat loss industry lies revealed

Over the years I have heard so many “tricks of the trade” on how to lose fat and build muscle. Some businesses have built an entire empire on these lies. Don’t believe me? Just checkout the weight loss supplements and machines.  Pills, potions, lotions.  All gimmicks, and yet people invest thousands of dollars each year in the quick fix solution promises to a long term problem.

Sorry to bust any bubbles, but there is no such thing as a quick fix.  So let’s get real.  Here’s a few more lies that I’ve heard over the years.

Lie #1: Train more often to grow more muscle
Lie #2: Train longer to build more muscle
Lie #3: Eating fats make you fat
Lie #4: Women who lift weights become bulky
Lie #5: Extremely low calorie diets are the only way to get ripped

You know, we’ve all been told advice only to find out later that it’s all lies. You try one thing, that doesn’t work, so you try something else. Seems everything you’ve been told is a bunch of LIES. You try, but you’re still not getting the results you want, so you continue looking for answers. In no short time you become confused by all the mixed advice out there about what to eat, what supplements to take when and how. When all you want to do is build muscle and lose fat.

With so many different training programs, diets, and supplements out there, it can be tough to know what’s good and what’s – well – not-so-good. It can be even harder to pick the best way to gain muscle and build an athletic body. The kind of body that projects health, strength and confidence. The kind of body that changes the way people see you — and the way you see the world.

The kind of body that can literally change your life.

Are you ready to achieve your optimal physique and improve your performance?

Mark McEntyre, Owner of Elite Health Supplements stores also takes his training, diet and nutrition very serious.  Mark is a former NABBA Mr Australia and Mr Universe competitor, as well as a personal trainer who has been training for over 28 years.  Mark has provided training, diet and nutrition advice to beginners through to champion bodybuilders. He researches his own brand of supplements that are scientifically developed to meet his exacting needs, without compromising on integrity and price.

Between Mark and myself we’ve heard every lie, myth and downright exaggeration about diet, nutrition, competing, training and supplement ever invented, and then some. Enough already.  It’s time to end the madness!  So we’ve decided to join forces, kill the untruths, explode the lies and give you the good word on nutrition, supplements and training to achieve your optimal physique and improve your performance.

If you want answers to:

  • What to eat/supplement before and after workouts?
  • How can I avoid overtraining?
  • Is it possible to build muscle and burn fat at the same time?

Then you need to come to the free information sessions that we are holding in Mark’s Erina store every two months.  We’ve decided to deliver a bi-monthly information series to answer your questions. This is all about YOU, just for YOU – the busy person trying to lose fat, build muscle to get the rockhard body of your dreams.

We know what it’s like to defeat the scrawny mindset and build muscle.  We know what it’s like to fight the fat challenge, and reclaim your body.  And we know how dramatically it can change your life.  We’ve helped thousands of people do just that.

Now it’s your turn.  You can reserve your place at the FREE info session here

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See you there Champs!

Mick Moss | VIP Fitness - World Bodybuilding Champion, Trainer, Coach, Muscle Architect

Mick Moss

Mick Moss

Mick Moss has established himself a leader in the bodybuilding world with his outstanding physique and by teaching his effective training philosophies for over 20 years. He is the 2001 World Natural Champion and Australian Champion. He has trained many bodybuilding champions.
Mick Moss