A less burdensome way to build muscle? Hmmm. How do I answer this question without ripping you a new one?

I guess you could take a myostatin binding supplement or slap on one of those testrogenopatrolderm patches, and of course some new super thermogenic fat-burner – you know the ones where the fat just melts off in a matter of days.

Look, building muscle takes time, effort, and commitment. I know, I know, that’s not what the magazine ad said, but this is reality – not supplement fantasy land. If you’re not willing to (there is no such thing as “don’t have the time”) put in the effort, and allocate about an hour a day for training and meal and supplement prep, (that’s right, one hour total time) then don’t expect much in the way of results.

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I’m making serious gains using Max-OT. I do have a few weak body parts however. Should I do extra sets or reps for these weak areas?

The first thing you need to do is bench that negative, defeatist attitude. That mindset will only lead to failure. There are 24 hours in a day, I don’t care what your life is like, you can take one of those hours and devote it to improving yourself through training and proper nutrition.

Desire is where it all starts. If you really want to build muscle, you’ll do what it takes. Spend some time reading this website. It has more information than you’ll find anywhere. And it’s real information. It’s information that you can start putting to use immediately to improve your results.

By taking this approach you’ll find lack of time is definitely not the obstacle that’s preventing you from building the muscle you’re looking for.

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I really want to add some good muscle size, but I just don’t have the time to train for hours each day and the eating you guys do just won’t fit in my schedule. Is there a less time consuming and less burdensome way to build muscle?

by Paul Delia time to read: 1 min