Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Training ADD

Do you have Training ADD?
Training Attention Deficit Disorder.

You say that you want to build muscle, lose fat, chisel your six pack abs, look lean and ripped, etc.

Do you always start Monday workout with the "show muscles" - chest and biceps - and forget about all other areas for the rest of the week?

Do you change every routine in every workout without a plan or program? or do you just follow what the "big guys" do in the gym?

Are you frustrated that you have tried everything and still cannot see the results? Are you sure that you have tried everything? Do you follow and stick to a training program until you complete it?

I got a email from my fitness professional friend Vince DelMonte about his take on training ADD. Vince is a personal trainer and director of a university fitness center. He has transformed himself from a 149-lb skinny runner to a 190-lb muscular man and became a national champion fitness model.

His story was amazing and inspiring. Vince has developed a no-nonsense muscle building guide for hardgainers based on his own experience and training thousands of clients. When he talks, I have to listen too.

Before you find out if you have symptoms of training ADD and learn how to fix them, check out Vince's skinny guy's secrets to muscle building.

Learn more about Vince Delmonte's No-Nonsense Muscle Building - Skinny Guy Secrets to Insane Muscle Gain >>


by Vince DelMonte - Hardgainer and Skinny Guy's muscle building expert


Signs and Symptoms of Training ADD

  • When you start a program without finishing it.

  • Ditching programs after not seeing results in 1 week.

  • Buying every program on the net with nothing to show.

  • Spending more time reading about fitness than training.

  • First one in line to buy the newest program on the market.

  • You participate in more then 3 chat rooms at the same time.

  • You have a subscription to every bodybuilding magazine.

  • Distracted by 'big guys' in the gym training.

  • Can't finish a workout without talking "shop" to someone.

  • Program hopping is more fun than finishing ONE program.



  • Consequences

  • Lack of result

  • Lost of time and money

  • Inability to "follow through"

  • Letting your "inner child' control you

  • Lost of trust in expert advice

  • Bad habit of quitting* Never learning about your body

  • Pointing the blame on the "program" or author of program

  • Not taking responsibility for your decisions



  • How to fix it

  • DECIDE to be successful before you start. Rarely does a program "not work." It is the trainee that does not work the program

  • Be truly COMMITTED to your goals. This means you are prepared to take a"Whatever it takes" attitude.

  • TRUST the program. If you trust the program then you will put a greater amount of effort and focusinto it.

  • Set a CONSEQUENCE. Recently I made a bet with a client. If he did not gain 20 pounds in 2 months then he was going to buy me a $400 iPod. The stake was great enough for this unemployed 18 year old to achieve his goal!

  • Take the FIRST MONTH very seriously. The greatest failure rate occurs in the first 30 days. If you are seeing results then your drop off rate is less likely.

  • Appreciate the LEARNING PROCESS. Training is not just a science, it's an art. Some of the best physiques have been built on intuition and knowing how their bodies respond to different programs. If you learn one or two new pieces of information about your body during a 12 week program then celebrate that and take the information into your next program.


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