Welcome to TheMuscleProgram! I started this site in early 2010, which spawned from my passion for weight training. This site is a collection of my workout plans and also include some nutrition guides and genuine supplement reviews on here. I also blog my personal workouts, so be sure to sign up!

My Workout Programs

Below you’ll find the top weight training and workout programs to help you reach your goals. And yes, the first 3 are my own!

Whether you’re wanting to get stronger, get ripped an shredded, lose a few pounds, or just get healthy and in shape, there’s a plan for you.


Lean Muscle Workout Plan

The Lean Machine Workout Plan is an 8 week weight training and cardio plan. It’s designed to help you get shredded while gaining lean muscle.

This book also contains many helpful fat burning tips and an explanation of the exercises.


to learn more about my Lean Machine Workout Plan

Mega Mass Workout Plan

Cover - Mega Mass WorkoutThe Mega Mass Workout Plan is an 8 week weight training program designed for hardgainers. The goal is simple. To gain muscle mass.

This book will guide you through each workout step-by-step. I also include helpful mass gaining tips along with nutrition and supplement guides.


to learn more about my Mega Mass Workout Plan

Hardcore Muscle Building Program

Hardcore Muscle Building Program - 12 Week Workout and Weight Training ProgramThis is my 12 week Hardcore Muscle Building Program.  It’s also the basis for me started this site, TheMuscleProgram.

This program is based on weight training and also comes with a nutrition and supplement guide.


to learn more about my Hardcore Muscle Building Program

Critical Bench 2.0

This is not my program, but I promote it because Critical Bench 2.0 is the top strength training program available. Mike Westerdal, renown strength coach, teaches you the proper techniques to gain strength and build a rock-solid physique.


to learn more about Critical Bench 2.0

Workouts, Nutrition Guides, & Supplement Reviews

I’d like to point out the three main areas of focus on my site: Weight Training, Nutrition, and Supplements. Weight training became one of my passions in my early years and has remained a priority in my life to this day. It’s something I enjoy and love to do. I also express the importance of nutrition as well as cover some supplements that can help support muscle growth.

315 lb Bench Press

♦ Weight Training Workout Programs – My passion for working out and weight training is the reason I started TheMuscleProgram.com. I love the weights. I train at least five days a week in the early mornings. I feel strength training in general is the healthiest thing you can do. I have several workout programs that I’ve created as well as workouts by body part.

♦ Nutrition Guides – At TheMuscleProgram.com, I teach you to replace the evil word ‘diet‘ with nutrition. This is an imperative rule. I don’t believe in merely restricting calories. Rather, I believe in feeding your body the proper nutrition it needs to function, build muscle, and help your body perform optimally by utilizing calories for energy (aka: burn fat).

♦ Supplement Reviews – I have several supplement reviews on TheMuscleProgram.com. These are genuine reviews, meaning I have taken every supplement thats reviewed on my site. I also promote a small list of products that you can’t buy in stores. Out of the hundreds of supplements I could promote, I have only chosen a select few simply because they have worked well for me.

What Makes TheMuscleProgram Unique

What makes TheMuscleProgram.com unique from all of the other bodybuilding and fitness websites? The biggest (no pun intended) difference is that I write all of my own content. Most of the workout and fitness websites out there hire people to write their articles and content, so it’s not genuine or authentic (a lot of the content is rewritten!). It’s a lot of work, but I write all of the reviews, articles, workouts, nutrition plans, and so forth.

I also have an extremely active workout blog and keep you updated with my own workout routine, nutrition plan, and supplements I’m taking. So you’ll see what works for me and what doesn’t, and that may be beneficial to you in your quest for muscle (make sure you subscribe to my newsletter on the top right).

About TheMuscleProgram

A personal note: I’m obviously not a pro bodybuilder nor am I an athlete. I’m just a normal dude who loves to train! On my site, I emphasize on what we all want; to build as much lean muscle as possible while cutting out the fat. All of the information on this site is a series of my own personal experiences through trial and error (and yes, I write all of the content on TheMuscleProgram.com).

There are two things I’ve learned from my experience in this journey to build muscle without having gifted genetics:

1) There’s no one particular method that works for everyone as we’re all unique. This goes for training, nutrition, and supplementation.

2) Despite the former, there are a hand full of tried and true basics that work for most people. At the end of the day you have to find what works for you and that’s the beauty of this journey. Hopefully The Muscle Program site will help you with that.

TheMuscleProgram’s Mission Statement

My Mission here at TheMuscleProgram is to provide you with helpful tips and information related to weight training, bodybuilding, nutrition, and supplements to build muscle and lose fat as well as living an overall healthy and active lifestyle. Most of us aren’t necessarily aspiring to be competitive bodybuilders or professional athletes. However, we train just as hardcore simply because it’s a part of who we are. It’s the lifestyle we choose and it’s our passion.

Important: this site is for men AND women. I know some women that train circles around most men. You women that are passionate about building and shaping muscle, and training hardcore, this site is for you as well. The truth is that everyone despite their gender can benefit substantially from building muscle. And that’s what TheMuscleProgram.com is all about.

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