SKINNY VINNY: Vincent Del Monte and "No Nonsense Muscle Building" program

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    May 08, 2010 10:52 PM GMT
    Hey guys! I am a perpetually skinny guy. 6'0" 135lb 55yo and in good health, a runner off and on (mostly "off" LOL but 3x week for the last year or two) who would like to to be ripped, cut, and buffed... like the guys in porn vids. Also am a life model, so the artists I work with would like it too!

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    I started working out 18 months ago on a snowy business trip and haven't stopped. 3x week at Planet Fitness. I'm seeing small improvements and my best friend (a sports medecine rehab guy who knows bodies and muscles) has given me sincere compliments on my (small) progress. Props are good, but muscles are better!

    Now this is an honest question. I have NO relationship to Vincent Del Monte and the "No Nonsense Muscle Building" program. His online website is very convincing, testimonies, photos, money-back guarantee, etc.

    http://www.vincedelmontefitness.com/

    In one sense, it's only $77 and how fast can you spend $77 on a show, dinner for two, on clothes, etc. but I don't want to throw away another chunk of change. I am willing to make it work, and I've got the free time to do so, as I currently work out 3x week.

    Has anyone else used his program?
    What were your results?

    THANKS in advance for any help or advice.

    Budd in Orlando
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    May 09, 2010 2:40 AM GMT
    i've said it before here, so i know i sound like a shill, but when i was first starting out and having a hard time putting good weight on, scrawny to brawny was an awesome guide. believe it or not his beliefs aren't that different from this vinny dude, but he's less of a shill about the whole thing and all you have to do is buy a book for 25 bucks at your local bookstore. then you still have 5 movies worth of cash leftover.
  • bobcatman

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    May 09, 2010 2:47 AM GMT
    standstrong saidi've said it before here, so i know i sound like a shill, but when i was first starting out and having a hard time putting good weight on, scrawny to brawny was an awesome guide. believe it or not his beliefs aren't that different from this vinny dude, but he's less of a shill about the whole thing and all you have to do is buy a book for 25 bucks at your local bookstore. then you still have 5 movies worth of cash leftover.


    I have to agree with standstrong.

    I am doing the scrawny to brawny and I am seeing efforts, my friends and my family can see a huge change.
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    Sep 09, 2011 2:07 PM GMT
    A year later, still skinny compared to most BUT I've got pecs and biceps! Woo-hoo!
  • Plazma1

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    Sep 09, 2011 7:19 PM GMT
    Thanks for the update. So did you end up using the program ?
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    Sep 09, 2011 7:48 PM GMT
    tbh there is no one programme to follow.

    THere are a lot that, if you follow with a first rate diet, will get you where you want to be

  • Neferti

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    Sep 10, 2011 8:50 PM GMT
    Go read up at www.bodyrecomposition.com and the best part is that it's completely free. All you need to know about getting big and strong is there. Oh did I mention it's free?