Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Book Review: 'How to Build Muscle' by Nekoterran


Author/health coach Nekoterran is defining his role in the health and body building world with a series of well-constructed books – INTESTINAL CLEANSE AND RECONSTRUCTION (gut diet): THE MOST POWERFUL INTERNAL DETOXIFICATION, STRENGTH TRANING: HOW TO BUILD MORE MUSCLE THAN EVER BEFORE AND MAINTAIN MUSCLE PERMANENTLY, HOW TO BURN BODY FAT COMPLETELY AND MAINTAIN A SLIM PHYSIQUE, and now HOW TO BUILD A MONSTROUS PHYSIQUE.

An introductory comment sets the tone of this fine little book: ‘I am not a fitness instructor, nor do I have a coaching license. The information in this program is not tailored to replace your current workout routine or diet. This program has not been evaluated by the AFAA, Medical Fitness Association, American Sports and Fitness Association, IDEA Health & Fitness Association or any other fitness association. All the information you will learn is based on direct experience and experimentation on myself, my bodybuilding peers, fitness enthusiasts and the average out-of-shape individual who also achieved outstanding results. However, it is possible that the techniques outlined have some measure of risk, like everything in this world. You have to use common sense and consult with your physician or fitness instructor if necessary prior to the workouts and dietary principles. You, the reader alone, is the only one responsible for the methods outlined in this e-book.’ This makes us trust him and be open to his solid recommendations.

His book is divided into accessible and sensitively written sections – nutrition (green drinks, the importance of using a Blender, what builds muscle, the importance of enzymes from raw food and supplements, the role of amino acids, probiotics, the type of milk to use, Kefir, etc.). And then comes the actual Monstrous Workout – by scheduled days coupled with exercise recommendations for each day, and the proper ways to use weights.

Nekoterran ends with a salute to his readers ‘Again, listen to your body. Make your body a friend, not an enemy. Do not overcomplicate building muscles. To build muscles, the body must burn saturated fats as fuel, be fully colonized with friendly bacteria, have strong digestion, and be fed amino acids to repair/regenerate the muscles after a workout!

The book is brief but contains easily accessible, valuable, realistic information. A solid little manual to help toward a ‘monstrous physique’. Grady Harp, April 18






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