How VISION = Gaining Muscle

By

Vince Del Monte, WBFF Pro Fitness Model, Certified Fitness Trainer
and Nutritionist and author of No Nonsense Muscle
Building.

I was thinking about how “vision” can help you build the most muscle EVER (or lose the most fat) in 2008… this is super amazing stuff (especially the life changing story of Logan at the bottom of this letter)…

My Dad and I used to read the book of Proverbs together when I was growing up and I recalled a statement the wisest man on earth, King Solomon quoted, “Where there is no vision, the people perish.”

Hardcore, I know… but check out how this applies to gaining muscle this year…

Many people are starting a new training program with some sort of general idea of what they want to achieve but in a few weeks end up very unhappy or frustrated because they are not seeing results.

All I have to do is ask them one question and the problem is instantly exposed. They have no vision!

Do you know the vision for your life? Forget your life, do you know the vision for your physical body?

King Solomon’s vision is based on this definition:

A VISION IS A PRECISE, CLEARLY DEFINED GOAL WITH A DETAILED PLAN AND TIMETABLE FOR ACHIEVING THAT GOAL.

Read that again and apply it to your fitness goal.

Lets say you are 150 pounds and 13% fat. That equals:

20 lbs of fat and 130 lbs of lean muscle on your body.

Your goal is 190 lbs and 5% fat. That equals:

10 lbs of fat and 180 lbs of lean muscle on your body.

So your *precise, clearly defined goal* would be:

Gaining 50 lbs of lean muscle mass + losing 10 lbs of fat.

PLAN on 10 months of muscle building based on gaining 5 lbs of lean muscle mass each month.

PLAN 5 weeks to lose 10 lbs of fat based on losing 2 lbs per week.

Your *timetable* will work out to 11 months following your detailed plan.

Don’t be one of those people at your gym who have no vision and wonder around the room waving weights and star gaze on the cardio machines not really sure what they are doing.

Life should not be about em”just getting by”and “trying.” You deserve a life of happiness and extraordinary achievement and I know that having your dream body will be apart of that equation.

Take control and get yourself a detailed plan at http://www.VinceDelMonteFitness.com and set your goals around a timetable. If King Solomon was here right now, he would tell you that not having a vision or plan is literally a matter of life and death and will result in you wasting away.

Man up,
Vince Del Monte

P.S. Here is recent testimonial about Logan who is on his way to fulfilling his vision:

“Hey Vince, my name is Logan LeBlanc, I’m 5’9”, 25 years old and I live in Lafayette Louisiana. First, I’m going to tell you my results so far using your program then I’ll give you my story.

The results of using your program are as follows, on Sept. 24 of this year I started your program and I weighed 144 lbs. and as of yesterday Dec. 17 I now weigh 171 lbs. I’m writing you this e-mail because in your book, which I’ve read 5 times already, you requested an e-mail at the mid point of the program.

Now, my story begins back in high school where I ran cross country and track just like you did; that’s why I was so drawn to your program. I worked out off and on throughout college but never made it past 153 lbs. I was working out almost 6 days a week and only eating three meals a day and wasn’t gaining weight go figure!!!

While doing research I came across “Transformations of the Week” on bodybuilding.com and that’s where I met Vince DelMonte and I was like damn this dude has a body just like I want. So I clicked on the link, started reading and I seen your before pictures; and I was like oh yeah now he’s got my attention. Then I read on further and discovered that you wrote a book revealing your secrets and I was like where do I sign up??!?!? And the rest is history.

Here is some before and after stats for you:

Bench press before: 135 lbs. struggling with spotter
Bench press now: 205 lbs. 5 sets of 5 with no spotter

Squat before: 135 lbs. struggling
Squat now: 255 lbs. 5 sets of 5

Deadlift before: 115 lbs. not struggling to much but still weak
Deadlift now: 225 lbs. 5 sets of 5

On a final note I just want to say thank you for doing what you do. You do an amazing job and I feel that you are doing what you were born to do. You have helped me change my life completely for the better. I can’t thank you enough for giving me the tools I needed to get on the road to the body I’ve always dreamed of. P

At 171 lbs. my dream is starting to become a reality. The goal is by Mid April of 2008 to be 195 lbs. then to shred down to 180 lbs. at 8% body fat. I’ll have pictures for you of the beginning, middle, and the final product; I’ll send them sometime around the summer. Once again keep up the good work because you really are helping people. Sorry to cut this e-mail short but it’s time to go eat, hahaha!”

Your friend,
Logan

FTC Legal Disclaimer: Your results may vary. All testimonials are real but are not claimed to represent typical results. Testimonials are a showcase of what the most motivated and exceptionally dedicated clients have done. Testimonial results should not be taken as average or typical results. You should not begin our programs if you have a physical condition that makes intense exercise dangerous. Consult your physician before beginning this, or any, exercise or nutrition program.
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