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Are You Suffering From Anabolic Slowdown?

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So…what do you think… are you suffering from anabolic slowdown? Do you even know what the heck anabolic slowdown is?Anabolic Again Program

If you are experienced training with weights, then you probably already know what I’m talking about…you just didn’t know it had a name.

Simply put, you just can’t continue to gain pounds and pounds of muscle year after year.  In fact, if you stop and think about it, when was the last time you really gained a serious amount of noticeable muscle? Can you remember the last time you really grew and added serious muscle mass and serious strength?

Probably been a while hasn’t it? That’s because something has happened to slow down your gains.

It’s commonly referred to as a plateau but nobody seems to be able to explain exactly what causes it.

Well Brad Pilon (Eat STOP Eat) thinks it’s something called “Anabolic Slowdown”.

You know this happens and you probably feel like you’re taking “crazy pills” because it seems like nobody else in the fitness and muscle building industry ever talks about it.

But don’t worry, you’re not the only one, this happens to EVERYONE who is an experienced lifter.

The bottom line:

Everybody who trains hard enough eventually suffers from Anabolic Slowdown which is a combination of metabolic, mechanical and physiological reactions to weight training that make it next to impossible to gain any more muscle.

And this doesn’t mean your workout isn’t effective, it’s actually quite the opposite. The better your workout is the faster you will reach this advanced plateau state called anabolic slow down.

So how do you know if you have anabolic slow down?

Well Brad Pilon is about to blow the lid off of the bodybuilding and supplement industry on Thursday, June 10th when he talks for the first time about Anabolic Slow Down and the Anabolic Continuum.

But most importantly you’re going to learn a radical new approach to busting through muscle building plateaus.

Based on a well studied but seldom talked about field of research he has developed a new tool; an assessment guide to determine if you’re suffering from anabolic slow down.

First of all this guide is the first and only one of its kind and probably one of the most important documents you’ll ever read if you take your muscle building seriously and want to ignite new muscle growth.

Secondly and most importantly this Thursday June 10th is the exclusive teleseminar about anabolic slow down, the anabolic continuum and the new strategy Brad has developed to overcome the problem of anabolic slow down.

If you are an EXPERIENCED lifter, then this is a MUST ATTEND event you simply cannot miss!  This is a FREE teleseminar…probably the only one that will ever be free… so get in and secure your spot while you still can.

I think there are 2000 spots available and from what I’ve heard they’ll be filling up fast.

Simply go to this link and sing up for your free copy of the assessment guide(read it and fill it out before the teleseminar) and secure your spot on the Teleseminar.

CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR FREE ASSESSMENT GUIDE AND REGISTER FOR THE TELESEMINAR

If your muscle building effort needs a kick start this is going to be the most important event you attend all year.

Your Friend,

Pete

P.S. Brad has told me that this is the only time he’ll be offering both the assessment tool and the teleseminar for free so you should jump on this opportunity.

Click here to get your assessment guide and secure your spot in the teleseminar: CLICK HERE

Disclaimer: some of the links mentioned within this post or posts they lead to are my affiliate links and I get compensated for recommending those products. However I NEVER recommend something I don’t believe in and welcome your questions and feedback.

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