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Women are told…”You don’t have to worry about putting on as much muscle as a man and bulking up, because you have much less testosterone than a man.”
So why do I hear these complaints from women on a regular basis?
“I enjoy working out, but my legs tend to bulk up”.
“I like the way training makes me feel, but hate the way it makes me look”.
“I have tried training in the gym and it simply makes me look bulky.”
Perhaps Countless Women Around the World Are Simply Imagining Things!
-OR- maybe they should get used to having a little more muscle than what they want.
After all , their personal trainer tells them that fit women should look muscular.
…But what if a she doesn’t want “ripped deltoids”?
What if she doesn’t want a “V” shaped back?
What if she wants to be fit, but still look stunning in a dress?
There is Nothing Wrong With Wanting to be Fit While Still Looking 100% Feminine.
I can show you exactly how to get in tremendous shape, look and feel better than ever, without adding excess muscle. Over the past 10 years, I’ve mastered the technique of “slightly increasing muscle tone” to a body part while “decreasing the size” of that same body part.
This is NOT your typical high-rep for muscle tone type advice.
This is NOT “cookie cutter” fitness info.
This is NOT mainstream!
Who the heck am I and why would you want to listen to me -vs- the typical fitness info?
If I was in your position I’d be thinking the same thing right about now…
My Name is Rusty Moore: I’ve been a fitness author the past few years as well as a devoted gym member for 24+ years.
Unfortunately after 12 years of training, I looked a bit like a “gym guy”. Although I wasn’t as big as a pro bodybuilder, it was blatantly obvious that I trained all the time.
My legs became so big that I could only fit into over-sized baggy jeans and I was no longer able to fit into nice dress pants.
I never had the intentions of looking like a typical overly-muscular and bulky “Gym Guy”.
I wanted to have a decent amount of muscle while still being able to look “GQ”. At around that same time (in 1999), I saw the movie Fight Club. I was impressed by how Brad Pitt was in outstanding shape, while still being able to look hip and stylish in his regular clothes.
It took me from 1999-2001 to get the look I desired.
In roughly a year and a half I accomplished the goal of leaning down. It took me a long time, because there wasn’t any mainstream literature on losing muscle mass on purpose. From 2001 going forward I perfected the technique of getting lean without adding excessive size. Guys were coming up to me on a regular basis and asking for workout advice. I would do my best to explain the concepts, but it was hard to do in a simple 10 minute conversation.
In 2007 I Decided to Start a Blog About Getting the Lean “Hollywood Look”.