‘I gained 3 pounds muscle but it looks like 12?’ [pic]

It can take years to BECOME big and jacked …

… but LOOKING big and jacked is a different story.

Like bodybuilding, it’s all about the illusion – the appearance of being more big and muscular than you actually are.

This is what you have to do if you want to gain 2 or 3 pounds of muscle, but make it look like you’ve gained 12 or 15.

Here are the big 5 muscle groups you want to focus on, if maximum gainz in minimum time are your priority:

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1 – Shoulders

Shoulders can make or break your physique.

If you have narrow shoulders, even with a big chest and arms, you won’t look impressive.

On the other hand, you could probably have minimal muscle mass on your biceps and pecs, but if your shoulders are round and full, your physique seems more asthetic.

2 – Traps

Having mountainous traps that pop through your shirt is badass and makes you look 10x more alpha than the shredded pencil neck dude flexing his abs.

3 – Upper chest

This is what makes your physique stand out at the beach, when you have your shirt off. There is a BIG difference when you really focus on developing the upper chest, and focus on exercises that hit this area.

4 – Lats

The wider your upper body, the smaller your waist appears … and this is where big lats come in.

You’ll looked jacked when you walk in the room, but ALSO when you’re leaving – because you’ll evenly develop the front and the back of the body.

5 – Quads

If you develop the first four but neglect this one, you’ll become the laughing stock of the gym (and the beach).

It is also part of building a balanced physique. Larger legs make your waist look smaller too, and make you look more balanced all over.

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Now you know what areas of the body to focus on for maximum visual impact.

Check out Hollywood X for a full training system designed to help you look as big and muscular as possible in the shortest amount of time:

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Train hard, talk soon –

– Forest Vance
Master of Science, Human Movement
Certified Personal Trainer
ForestVance.com

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