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The Musclehead: Bodybuilding Profile

The Musclehead is the author of The Musclehead Guide To Godlike Physique. Well, the guy is not here for popularity or fame, and likes his privacy more than world wide recognition. So, even after producing a world class muscle building program that is selling like a hot cake, the world is yet to know who is The Musclehead?

We respect his preference for privacy, but to get the records online we got him for an interview. So, here it is straight from the horse's mouth. Musclehead speaks for himself in this exclusive unedited interview to aboutbuildingmuscle.com. (You can also check The Musclehead's website).

AboutBuildingMuscle.com: Musclehead, tell us about yourself.

The Musclehead: Hi, I guess there's not really all that much to tell. I'm just an ordinary guy who was sick of the way he looked. I don't have any fancy degrees, I just found out all I know through research and then trial and error. Back in the early days, I read every book I could find on the topic, applied what I learnt, then threw away the crap and kept the good stuff. I've since refined my system and have helped thousands of people all around the world.


AboutBuildingMuscle.com: Musclehead, why this name musclehead and why so much about anonimity.

The Musclehead: I came up with the name because it's just how many people see us gym goers. Nothing startling there I'm afraid. As for the anonymity, I guess I'm not in this for fame. I just want to help people achieve their own Godlike physique and that's it. I don't want to be known as some muscle guru, I just want to help people and get on with it.


AboutBuildingMuscle.com: Musclehead, don't you think this anonimity makes it a bit difficult.

The Musclehead: Maybe, maybe not, I really don't care. I'm not in this solely to make money. I learnt early on that if you give out advice for free, people don't take much notice. I learnt that for someone to take my advice seriously, they need to have invested something in it. And what I charge is a pittance compared to the value of a dream physique, all my customers will tell you that.


AboutBuildingMuscle.com: We also know that you have a muscle building program. Does that really explains what it takes to become a successful bodybuilder. Tell us a little bit about this program.

The Musclehead: Yes it does. When I was just giving out advice to friends and people at the gym, I realized I was basically saying the same things over and over again. I felt like a broken record. So what I did was sit down and write out all the elements that are required for a Godlike physique. You can find out more about the program at my website, but basically, it consists of a few main elements. There's the main ebook, which contains the bulk of the information. There are exercise videos to ensure that you perform all exercises with perfect form. This is important. There are workouts for beginners and advanced trainers and there is also a few other reports, such as a checklist of things you need to do to succeed. But the thing that has me really excited is the software that I've just released. It is designed to help you keep track of all your workouts, body parts, diet and a few other things. Previously, people had to spend way too much time with a spreadsheet to do this. There are also a couple of other programs, like the workout generator, which will spit out custom workouts, based on your profile, goals etc. And the final piece of the software puzzle is the diet generator, which pumps out diets that meet my guidelines, based on your favorite foods, among other things. There's also a few "lifelines" that I give out with the package, so that if any customer is stuck with anything, they can send me an email and I'll stick with them until it's completely sorted. And of course, this is just the beginning, I'm constantly adding stuff to the package to make it even more effective and all customers get lifetime upgrades for free.


AboutBuildingMuscle.com: Can you tell us a lot bit about your history, like how was your transformation. Your past/current weight and other relevant details.

The Musclehead: Well, I first hit the gym when I was about 16. But I wasn't really serious and it wasn't until a couple of years later that I really began my transformation. I was always a chubby guy, so my first goal was to drop some fat and get in shape for the beach. I started at about 85kg and overfat. I dropped down to 75kg and got myself a six pack. I then spent about 6 months bulking up and then cut down to my original weight of 85kg! This time I was a completely different person though. Now, my current weight is about 90kg, although that does vary, depending on how lean I feel like being. The best part about learning the things I teach, is that you have the ability to sculpt the body you want, whenever you want. If I feel like getting leaner, I just do a few things differently and the fat drops off. If I want to add some more muscle, I go into muscle mode and add some muscle. And this works for everyone. I've helped skinny guys who never thought they could gain weight, I've helped overfat people get into tip top shape, it doesn't matter where you start, the same principles apply.


AboutBuildingMuscle.com: Tell us more about this transformation. How did you achieved it, what things do you recommend, were you following any other course?

The Musclehead: I achieved it when I first set my mind to it. The first chapter of my ebook is dedicated to getting your head in the right place. Once you get this right, you'll find it much easier to apply the information that you take in. I recommend to all guys wanting to learn this stuff, that they first get their head in the right place. Work out why you want to do this. Work out what you need to do in order to do this. If you can't figure out where you want to go, then it doesn't really matter which path you take. I also recommend that people stay away from the muscle mags. They are designed to make you feel like a failure and therefore buy some supplements. It works well for them, but not for the average guy who wants to build some muscle. I never followed a specific course as such, but I did learn lots of different things from lots of different guys. I also had a couple of friends who were pretty knowledgeable, so they helped me a lot too.


AboutBuildingMuscle.com: We have had a glimpse of your attitude and lifestyle out on your website, do you really carry that "in the face" attitude, annoys some people.

The Musclehead: I'm a no B.S kind of guy. I don't let people get away with making excuses for themselves. I'm not a "nice guy". I won't pat you on the back if you deserve a kick up the ass. It's how I live and I make no excuses for that. If people choose to judge me, that's their business, I don't care. I am a strong believer that the quicker you can stop caring about what other people think of you, the better of you'll be. And building your confidence through a dream body is a great way to do this. It's empowering.


AboutBuildingMuscle.com: Being an expert, what would you say are the 3 successful traits among all succesful bodybuilders? Where do you see most beginners fail.

The Musclehead: The first thing is getting their head in order. I know it sounds strange, but it's really true. If you can work out where you want to go and then fully commit to it, then (combined with the right knowledge) you simply can't fail. All successful bodybuilders realise that there isn't a magic pill, they realise that it's going to take a lot of work and a lot of persistance. They are also willing to educate themselves. Without the correct knowledge, it's impossible to build muscle. While it's actually quite simple, if you get it wrong from the start, you're not going to get very far. I know these are kind of abstract ideas, but it's the key to building muscle. If you can get those things right, the rest will come along naturally.


AboutBuildingMuscle.com: When you look backwards what were the major milestones that you achieved.

The Musclehead: I think the biggest milestone I achieved was getting ripped. As a guy who had always been flabby, being able to change myself completely was a huge thing for me. To have my friends envious of me was kinda cool at first and the attention from the ladies was definitely appreciated ;)


AboutBuildingMuscle.com: Now with your muscle building program out there in the market and facing competition with the top of the breed, what are the future plans for it?

The Musclehead: I don't plan on stopping anytime soon. It's my goal to continually improve the program until it's head and shoulders above anything else in the world. I'm confident there's nothing quite like it out there at the moment, but I'm not one to be content with that, I want my customers to be the most successful and I realise that it's going to take time, but it's a mission of mine.


AboutBuildingMuscle.com: Thanks for your time and wish you good luck with your program.

The Musclehead: Thanks!

 


The Musclehead's Muscle Building Program



The Musclehead's Guide To Godlike Physique does not needs any introduction. The program is well received and accepted as one of the top few programs over internet.

The program has not been there for very long, but is already proving a serious competition to other programs out there. Its main selling point being its straight forward approach. There are no long stories or speeches. This program delivers only and only what you need to know about building big muscle.

And as Musclehead said, "I just want to help people achieve their own Godlike physique and that's it.", this is the most potent tool to achieve that goal. Read more

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