Sylvestor Stallone "Expendables" Workout Success Fuels Mainstream Muscle Building Revival
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA – After opening up at No.1 in North America, Sylvester Stallone’s “The Expendables” is generating a positive buzz within fitness circles, encouraging guys everywhere to stand tall and hit the gym hard.
The action-adventure thriller, featuring a stunning “Who’s Who” of movie legends like Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, and Jet Li is being called a game-changer for guys of all ages who previously lacked the courage and initiative to build muscle and expand their minds.
“We keep hearing about how guys lack self-esteem and positive role models in their lives,” explains Chris Cannon of FreeMuscleBuildingTips.com. “Regardless of what you think of Stallone and the movie itself, anything that helps men feel good about themselves has to be a good thing.”
Numerous bodybuilding websites are hopping aboard the Expendables bandwagon to take advantage of renewed mainstream interest in muscle building. However, Cannon cautions guys to look at the big picture when contemplating major lifestyle changes.
”It’s important not to fall into the ‘Sex in the City’ syndrome. Sure, it’s great that movies like The Expendables inspire us. Still, building muscle, losing fat, and get ripped is a long-term endeavor that requires discipline and long-term dedication.”
Adds Cannon, “Remember, these guys are more than just idle muscleheads. They have embraced a wide variety of physical, spiritual, and intellectual interests over many years to achieve massive success in business, sports, politics, and the gym.”
The Free Muscle Building Tips website, www.freemusclebuildingtips.com, is dedicated to critically analyzing the latest celebrity workouts (including Sylvester Stallone and his Expendables cast mates), pointing out their relevance to regular folks, and providing a sound basis from which people can pursue their own muscle-building, fat loss and overall fitness goals.
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