Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Who Else Wants Muscle That Utilizes 173% More Fat For Energy

Lean Hybrid Muscle - Burn Fat Build Muscle



There has been some recent developments when it comes to muscle fiber types that I think is really going to affect you in a major way.

For those who don't want to read I have a video posted, check it out... 
Build Muscle Burn Fat With Lean Hybrid Muscle


Our bodies are made up of different types of muscle fibers.
  1. Type I fibers are known as ‘slow twitch’ fibers and have a high resistance to fatigue
  2. Type II fibers are known as ‘fast twitch’ fibers and have a low resistance to fatigue.
  • slow twitch fibers support aerobic activities
  • fast twitch fibers are built for weightlifting and other activities that require short bursts of energy
Guys who are built with lots of Type I muscle fibers make great marathon runners but terrible weightlifters.


Guys who are mostly made up of Type II fibers are ideally built to lift weights but poorly suited for long-term aerobic activities such as long distance running.


However, by applying certain scientific principles, it is possible to create hybrid muscles that have the best characteristics of both Type I and Type II muscle fibers.


Click To Get Biologically Superior Muscle Fibers ----- >> Free Report
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So What…..Who Cares?
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You should, that’s who.

Here’s why:

These hybrid muscle fibers aren’t puffy and bloated looking
  • they are dense ripped and strong
  • they utilize 173% more fat for energy than ordinary muscles, which is great when you have a goal of not only building muscle but also staying lean with low body fat levels.
How do you build these muscles?


You can start by downloading a free PDF report created by strength coaches Elliott Hulse and Mike Westerdal.
The Muscle Shifting Doctrine <<--- Recommended Free Report


P.S. Wait till you see the picture of Elliott on the page. He’s over 40 lbs lighter but looks more muscular than ever.
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