Do you know your body type and what foods work best for you...?
(PRWEB) July 22, 2012
Do you want to know the three biggest bodybuilding lies? What about the four formulas for proper nutritional habits? Do you know your body type and what foods work best for you specifically in the quest for lean muscle mass? These are some of the revelations claimed by Kyle Leon in the program he has dubbed "Somanabolic Muscle Maximizer". It's all starts with "what and how" we eat.
Fat Loss Reviews provides a professional analysis of the program. Read it HERE.
Kyle Leon promises that his system not only debunks the irrelevance of "magazine diets" and "one-size-fits-all" nutrition and fitness approaches, but bundles all relevant, personalized data for each client into a proprietary software which makes it easy for the user to glide along easily and smoothly with scientific precision. Asserts Leon, it is imperative to "customize nutrition intake to key physical qualities of each person, their body type, and training regimen". In other words, the Muscle Maximizer program defines the user's body type, takes all salient physical data into the software program, and churns out the nutritional needs applicable to that specific person and his/her precise dynamics.
Leon stresses that certain conventional approaches to nutrition simply don't address the need for precisions demanded by our unique physical conditions - our body types, metabolisms, lifestyles, training programs, etc. Adages like "I eat healthy" and old bodybuilding axioms such as "bulk then cut" are inexact and ultimately counterproductive. For instance, each body type responds differently to the foods presented to its metabolism. The Muscle Maximizer system purports to redline these "conventional" practices and give proper perspective to nutrition, while providing users with a viable tool for learning about their bodies and nutritional intake scientifically appropriate for growth lean muscle mass and prevention/elimination of body fat accumulation.
Kyle Leon warns that his Muscle Maximizer program may soon be sold to fitness clubs, at which time pricing will be out of his hands and will likely increase.