An Honest and Objective Review on The No Nonsense Muscle Building
Can you really build 41 pounds of rock hard muscle in 6 months? I'm not sure about that, but Vince DelMonte believes you can. Now, with a claim like that you're going to want to know a little bit more about Vince.
He's a guy that is definitely part of the fitness industry, and he lives what he preaches. He went from being a skinny runner geek to being a muscular force to be reckoned with -- going from 149 pounds to 190 pounds. If you look at any picture of this guy, you're going to see that he's pretty ripped.
He is active in the competitive fitness modeling scene, becoming the Canadian Fitness Model Champion in his third show out the gate. He also has been featured in many fitness magazines, with a 2 page spread in Maximum Fitness that talks about his transformation story.
But it's not all fitness modeling -- he has a degree in Kinesiology as well as certification as a personal trainer. So let's talk more about No Nonsense Muscle Building.
The Pros of No Nonsense Muscle Building
The biggest pro is that you get 7 types of workouts. It's a popular program with many bodybuilders, because he's not trying to say that it's impossible to get big muscles just because you were born with skinny guy genetics. You can maximize your potential with the right program, and Vince shows you how to get it done.
The workouts that Vince calls on most to get you building muscle are the basics -- squats, deadlifts, bench presses, overhead presses, dips, pull downs, and rows. It might sound basic, but Vince definitely builds on it a bit more.
I like the fact that the program focuses on the basics of bodybuilding rather than trying to go out of its way to come up with something new and exciting. Sometimes the foundations of fitness are really all that you need. Otherwise, you just end up chasing trends without getting any type of results that are you write home about.
This program is also built for hard gainers, so if you're a skinny guy that wants to get buff, this is definitely one of the best programs to think about.
The Cons of No Nonsense Muscle Building
This program may be suited to everyone. If you're not trying to build serious size, then you may be better served by other programs. Still, I think this is a program that just about everyone can get behind. Yet it has to be said -- you might be overwhelmed by how in depth Vince gets with the program.
Another thing is that this program really doesn't cover a lot of points on nutrition. You're going to have to really know what you're doing and be willing to test out different things.
Even though there are some pointers about nutrition, you still want to be willing to explore what's going to work for your body and what isn't going to work for your body. That's really the only way to get things done, when you really think about it.
Another thing would be the name. The fitness industry is well known for hyperbole, but the truth is that there just comes a point where you can go overboard. This is one of those programs that will probably push away skeptics that it would otherwise help, because they're so convinced there's no way you can build that type of muscle.
Unless you're training hard with max weight all of the time, you're going to find that you might not develop the big muscles that the program promises. There is a lot more to the subject than just diet and exercise. Your stress levels and cortisol levels do play a role also.
Why Get This Program?
We could go back and forth on the pros and cons, but the truth is that this program is definitely going to appeal to someone that really wants to make sure they are building a solid rack of muscle on their body consistently.
Can you use this program for life? Essentially yes -- and many do. Will it be right for you? There's only one way to find out -- try it for yourself!