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Visual Impact Muscle Building: Review Examining Rusty Moore’s Program Revealed

July 6, 2013

Visual Impact Muscle Building reviews have been flooding the Internet and QuickMuscleBuildingTips.com reveals the truth about this program that claims to have people speeding towards the GQ, sleek, and ripped body that they’ve always dreamed of.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) July 06, 2013

Visual Impact Muscle Building that claims to be a very effective way to increase muscle mass and strength and promises strategic muscle gains for a visually stunning body has the caught attention of QuickMuscleBuildingTips.com’s Stan Stevenson, prompting an investigative review.

Visual Impact Muscle Building goes beyond the “build muscle and lose fat” mindset. Based on the science of muscle growth, this program focuses on the two separate ways that resistance training causes muscles to enlarge, namely Sarcoplasmic Hypertrophy and Myofibrillar Hypertrophy,” reports Stevenson. “According to Rusty, in order to get ripped, you will need to some HIIT cardio. This form of cardio is also known as Interval Training and the benefit it offers is that you burn fat while keeping muscle mass. It’s also shorter than regular cardio sessions.”

Visual Impact Muscle Building works in 3 phases: Rapid Muscle Development that focuses on putting on muscle mass really fast in the areas where it’s needed most, Increasing Muscle Strength and Definition that involves adding muscle size, strength and definition to the body, and Getting Shredded that focuses on developing strength and burning body fat with HIIT cardio for a well toned and ripped muscle. In addition to the main training manual which details Moore's three phase fitness plan, customers also receive a 227 page book of exercise demonstrations and printable workout charts. Visual Impact Muscle Building is 75 pages long and very easy to follow.

“Visual Impact Muscle Building offers users their choice of resistance exercises in order to achieve results whether they prefer bodyweight exercises, kettle bell training, free weights, or machines. Rusty talks about the two main types of muscle growth, sarcoplasmic and myofibrillar and how using cumulative fatigue will build muscle quickly,” says Stevenson. “This program combines your workout routine and nutrition into one. You don’t have to guess which body part to work out or how to do it properly and you don’t have to wonder what you need to be eating before or after workouts.”

“Visual Impact Muscle Building gives you the flexibility of using body weight, free weights, resistance bands or a combination of all to get the body you want. You’re not tied down to only one place anymore. It includes information about the proper number of sets and reps to use when trying to build muscle, muscle mass and strength, and muscle density and also talks about the proper diet for muscle gain and for fat loss. If you’re looking for a way to get big and shredded (not bulky) at the same time, then this is the way to go. You get everything you need in order to get ripped fast.”

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