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Price: $49
Rating: stars4b

muscle gaining secrets reviewLots of guys wish they had more muscle and a better physique than the one they currently have.  That’s fine; you just have to workout to build muscle, right?  That’s not what Jason Ferruggia says about his Muscle Building Secrets program.  In fact, he says that the way most people are working to build muscle is actually counterproductive, especially if they’re scrawny.

According to Jason, some people are genetically predisposed to building muscle, while other people are not.  If you’re in the latter camp and you’re trying to build muscle like the guys who won the genetic lottery, you’re likely to hit a plateau and overtrain, all while failing to build any appreciable muscle mass.   His book offers a plan designed just for skinny guys like you, and he says it will work.  Is the book any good?  Is Muscle Building Secrets a scam?

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Read on for the full Muscle Building Secrets review.

Muscle Building Secrets Overview

Muscle Building Secrets is sold as an ebook in PDF format.  That means that you can buy it and download it at any time of day without having to wait for mail delivery.  You can read a PDF book on just about any computer device, including smartphones and tablets, which means you can take it to the gym with you.

Most workout books are fairly similar.  After all, there are only so many different ways to lift weights.  Most books just give you a list of exercises to do, a recommendation for how often you should do them, and a listing of how many times you should do each exercise.  That’s fine, and for many people, such a book will likely help them, especially if they’re among the lucky few who can build muscle easily.

If you’re not, then you might be going about training the wrong way, and Muscle Building Secrets was written to show you how to train (Jason doesn’t like the phrase “work out”) to maximize your muscle building potential.

When you read Muscle Building Secrets, you’ll find the following chapters:

  • How Bad Do You Want It?
  • Train, Don’t “Work Out”
  • The Importance of Physical Strength
  • Progressive Overload
  • The 7 Critical Factors
  • Intensity
  • Recovery Methods
  • Mass Building Nutrition
  • The Workouts
  • Questions & Answers
  • Meet The Program Creator

muscle gaining secrets 2.0The entire book runs 100 pages or so, with surprisingly little of the book devoted to the workouts themselves.  Don’t get me wrong; the exercises are there, along with Jason’s recommendation for how often you should train (about four times a week) and which exercises you should do and how often you should do them.

The bulk of Muscle Building Secrets, however, is devoted to explaining the hows and whys of training this way, and why the way you’ve been exercising may be wrong for you.  Jason explains how people often misunderstand the term “progressive overload,” and how they’re actually doing more harm than good by working out to the point of failure.

Muscle Building Secrets also devotes a lot of space to Jason’s 7 Critical Factors, which are the components of training that he says are the most important:

  • Exercise Selection
  • Training Volume
  • Number of Reps Used
  • Rep Speed
  • Rest Intervals Between Sets
  • Training Session Length
  • Training Frequency

As you might expect, each of these areas that are covered in Muscle Building Secrets will likely tell you to do things in different ways from the way you’ve been doing things.  Then again, you’re not like everyone else, because everyone else is more likely to develop muscle easily than you are.  Jason’s methods generally involve fewer reps and different rest intervals than other methods.

muscle gaining secrests scamAll of this is explained in no-nonsense, non-technical, easy-to-read text that’s organized in a logical sequence.  The training sessions are such that you can arrange them to conform to your schedule, and you’ll have several days off.  You won’t have to spend too much time training, either, as Muscle Building Secrets emphasizes strongly that there is such a thing as too long of a workout.

The FAQ section at the end of Muscle Building Secrets covers a lot of topics that I was curious about, and the answers are well explained and easy to understand.  If there’s one thing that I didn’t like about Muscle Building Secrets, it’s that Jason does make a number of attempts to get the reader to buy other products.  That’s a common practice in books like these, but you’d like to think that you’d see fewer of them in a book that costs $49 than in one that sells for $10 or so.

That said, I found Muscle Building Secrets to be a well-written book with sound explanations for why this training regimen is different from other ones you’ve likely seen.  If you’re a scrawny guy who has had trouble building muscle over time, you’ll likely find this book to be a big help.

Pros and Cons of Muscle Building Secrets


  • Well-written book
  • Good explanations for why you’re doing things the way you’re doing them


  • Upsells throughout the book

Muscle Building Secrets Summary

muscle building secrets - thumbs upIs Muscle Building Secrets a scam?  No, it’s not.  It’s a well-written book that offers a training regimen that is tailored specifically for skinny guys who have struggled to build muscle mass using other training methods.  There are lots of weight training books on the market, but this particular market seems underserved by trainers and authors of books in this niche, so it’s good to see that someone has looked out for the best interests of those of us who aren’t particularly stocky.

The Muscle Building Secrets book is well written and easy to follow and everything inside is presented in a logical order so that when you finally get to the part where he explains the workouts themselves, you’ll be ready to head to the gym and get started.  All in all, I found this book to be one of the better ones I’ve read in the weight training niche, and I think if you’re part of the target audience, you’ll find it to be a big help.

Muscle Building Secrets is recommended.

Rating: stars4b

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