Sample Content Preview
Weight is something that many people associate with fat. However, for those individuals who are looking to become professional body builders or who simply want to look great, weight means bulking the muscle mass. For these individuals, a small waist with large arms, legs, and chest is the perfect image. These individuals are looking for large, lean muscles and a cut core.
People bulk up for a number of reasons. Many men do it because they feel that they are more attractive that way.
Women do it so that they can feel as though they do not rely upon a man to care for them or open the jar of whatever for them. Other men and women do it as a result of heavy workout to limit the damage that stress has on their lives. These people need to work out simply to alleviate the stress that their jobs and family place on them.
No matter the reason that people gain weight, bulk up, and build muscle, the methods should always be natural. To use unnatural methods to achieve the same result can result in life threatening consequences, poor self esteem, and limited control on the muscles and behaviors. The most common of the unnatural methods of bulking up, gaining weight, and building muscle is the use of steroids. Steroids have been in the news for the past year for the number professional baseball, basketball, and football players who have used it. There are even reports that Chris Benoit from the World Wrestling Federation was under the influence and control of steroids when he killed his wife and child.Other Details
- Ebook (PDF), 9 Pages
- 18 Ecovers (JPG, GIF, PNG)
- Year Released/Circulated: 2008
- File Size: 2,860 KB
[YES] Can be added to Membership Sites.
[YES] Can be packaged as a Bonus Product.
[YES] Can be bundled into a Package Deal.
[YES] Can be sold on Auction Sites.
[YES] Can be sold in Dime Sales.
[YES] Can be given away or sold without Resell Rights.
[YES] Can be given away or sold with Resell Rights.
[YES] Can be given away or sold with Master Resell Rights.
[YES] Can be rebranded with your Links.
[NO] Can be Re-titled, Re-wrote or Re-edited.
[NO] Can add your name as the Author.
[NO] Can be used as Web Site/Blog Content.
[NO] Can be broken down into Articles.
[NO] Can be added to an Autoresponder eCourse