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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Why AxioMuscle Is More Vital Now Than Ever


Let me start with a few essential facts.

It is a fact that, up until the end of March this year, I did manage a gym for quite a while. By mid-March, I had occupied this position for a good six years, to be more exact.

As to why I was hired for this position, initially, there were surely a number of factors combined, but it was openly observed and declared that I did indeed "look the part," as per what would be assumed and desirably expected of someone representing a gym establishment. Yes, using my own hard-tested strength-training methods, I have developed myself above and beyond what a predominant majority of people are ever able to achieve. I did so purely naturally and drug-free, with economy of time always a priority, and I've never believed myself to possess genetics which are anything out of the ordinary.

By late 2019 I had completed independent work on a digital information product, i.e., an E-book, of my own creation. I called this product AxioMuscle, subtitled Stop Wasting So Much Time at the Gym (And Finally Start Seeing Some Actual Results).

While managing the gym I was always ready and willing to give anyone some "pointers" on how to maximize their potential while safely exercising within our facility. However, I've long found that, due to some quirks of human nature (including, yes, ego-related issues), patrons seldom requested any such input. Instead, they generally proceeded to do as they chose, according to what they'd always believe to be true concerning standard exercise tactics -- even if their approaches and methods fell drastically short of their expectations and objectives in terms of tangible results delivered.

I fully believe my AxioMuscle product serves as an instruction manual which, if followed, will steer the reader clear of the usually mentally-originating obstructions that yield only minimal (if any) results in the gym and will instead guide them very directly into the kind of territory wherein they can reap a multitude of physiological (and even psychological) benefits via a reliable, yet simple, exercise rationale.

Now, it might ostensibly seem that the ultimate release of my AxioMuscle to the general public could not have come at a worse time. It is true that the pandemic has unfortunately closed a great many gyms. I won't lie, I am no longer officially employed at the aforementioned gym, in direct relation to the COVID-19 situation. Despite our perpetual emphasis on cleanliness (and myself pre-pandemically promoted by the owner as a "germophobe," owing to my ultra-frequent cleaning inclination), our customers have all but abandoned the facility out of fear. Thus, not enough revenue is generated by the scant few people who still come to our gym to even pay me. I'm not seeking sympathy here, though; I'm only stating the actual facts for purposes of clarity and transparency. 

Yes, the formerly innocuous and pro-health action of attending a gym is now mired in an unprecedented degree of potential peril. Even the cleanest of gyms -- even those which are staffed 24/7 with employees constantly cleaning surfaces with disinfectants -- are predictably not patronized as they were before the pandemic. Our gym is still open without me, with the owner doing all he possibly can to keep it going by himself as the sole cleaning person and overall operator. But as we now head fully into fall, to be followed by a winter which will invariably concern people even more greatly in terms of keeping infection-free, the fate of our gym looks anything but bright.

There are, nonetheless, a few people who still routinely go to our gym. Also, I recently spoke with a young woman who attends one of the larger national-chain gyms in a nearby city.  This particular well-known big-name gym has been in the news lately in assurance to the public that they have taken extra steps to keep the facility as clean as humanly possible (I even saw a television commercial of theirs to visually expound upon this emphasis). Large or small, I expect fitness facilities will remain open as long as complete "lockdown" quarantines are not imposed, and thus, there will still be active gym patrons most everywhere.

This all poises me to return to the question of the seemingly inauspicious timing of my product's release. A core principle of AxioMuscle is that of not wasting time in the gym -- that is, of so effectively utilizing the very modest amount of time one spends therein that practically every minute, if not second, of one's gym time is purposefully aimed at doing only that which reliably obtains results.

It just so happens that this driving tenet behind AxioMuscle dovetails perfectly well with our current pandemic situation.

My instruction will have you in-and-out of the gym in a fraction of the time most people (who still don't get much back from all of their time invested) spend there. You won't be just hastily rushing through anything, however; it's only that everything you'll be doing is so finely-tuned to get you results that you'll come to see how most everything else ever suggested to you for exercise was really mostly a waste of time, after all.

Less time in the gym overall means less potential exposure to infections. Thus, your gym experience will be considerably safer than it may have otherwise been were you not following what I recommend in AxioMuscle. Pretty good reasoning, huh?

Well, if you do decide to look into AxioMuscle further, you'll find that I'm not gouging anyone with the price. It's $2.99, and I have no plans to ever raise that price. And though I'm presently using WarriorPlus as the vending platform, which is usually known for the numerous upsells (one-time offers) presented among its multitude of information products, you won't find any whatsoever with AxioMuscle. You get the entire 111-page .PDF E-book without having to "upgrade" to get the complete package. It's all yours, with a small one-off purchase. And no, you won't have to suffer through instruction from fitness models who don't even practice what they preach and actually do something else entirely to make you think you'll look like them as long as you do like they're doing in a video (however stupid as it may be). You won't even see me, personally, at all throughout the instruction, not that you wanted to see me anyway -- there are just a few line-drawn illustrations, and the rest is pure hard-boiled information.

I trust you'll find favor with it. Good luck spending $2.99 in a more health-effective manner.


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