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You are now in the company of the best body transformation specialists in Asia. Following a scientific approach and augmenting it with their own experience, collectively they have helped hundreds of clients build muscles at the right places.

If you have been dreaming about building muscles and bulking up for years, stop dreaming and start acting. Our experts will show you the fastest path to looking like the champ you are.

Why is building muscles
so difficult?

Building muscles takes time. It can almost be an excruciatingly slow process that can end up discouraging you when you don’t see the results you desire after a short period of time.

But don’t be too hard on yourself. Evolutionarily speaking, humans are not designed to have too high a muscle mass. Muscles consume energy and calories. When food sources are scarce, having excessive muscles puts humans at a disadvantage for survival. As a result, modern humans haven’t evolved to have a lot of muscles.

But even with genetics on the other side, you can successfully bulk up and build muscles – if you put your mind to it.

Myths about
building muscles

  • Lifting weights makes women bulky.

    Research has shown that it is much more difficult for women to appear bulky than men even with the same amount of weight training, because women just don’t have as much testosterone as men. Before you can get muscular, you are going to get the toned look that every girl is after.
  • I need to take supplements to grow muscles.

    What you need is nutritious and healthy food. With a balanced meal consisting of the three macronutrients – protein, carbohydrates, and fat, you are able to get the nutrition you need to grow your muscles.
  • Sticking to abs workouts will give me a six-pack.

    Most of the exercises you are doing in the gym are already working on your abs, as you need the abdominal strength to maintain good posture and channel strength to different parts of your body.

    In addition, the six-pack is hard to obtain because it is covered by abdominal fat. You need to reduce body fat to have visible abs.
  • If you are not in pain, you will not build muscles.

    You should expect to feel some soreness in your muscles a day or two after an intense training session. However, physical training should not hurt you and inflict pain when you are doing it.
  • If you stop working out, your muscles will convert into fat.

    When you stop working out, your muscles will atrophy instead of turning into fat. As a result, your muscle mass will decrease and your body fat will go up.
  • If I sweat a lot, it means I’m having a better workout.

    A lot of people associate sweating with calories burnt, but it is not true. In physical training, there are other more important metrics to focus on rather than sweating.

Benefits of strength training
and building muscles

Cardiovascular system: You can significantly decrease blood pressure, reduce total cholesterol, and improve blood circulation with regular strength training.

Endocrine system: Strength training improves the muscle’s ability to take in and make use of glucose, otherwise known as blood sugar. This helps reduce blood sugar levels, therefore preventing type 2 diabetes.

Reduced cancer risk: Visceral fat cells produce high levels of fibroblast growth factor-2 – a protein that can trigger cancer in a long term.

Mental health: Strength training alleviates symptoms of depression and anxiety, thanks to the endorphins released during exercise. Strength training also improves your body composition and physique, in turn boosting your body image and confidence level.

Osteoporosis prevention: Weight-bearing exercises put temporary stress on your bones, instructing your cells to rebuild the bones. Having strong bones can reduce your risk of osteoporosis, fractures, and falls.

Cognitive system: Older adults who participate in strength training show significant improvements in cognitive functions, such as processing speed, memory, and executive function.

How can we help you?

  1. Prepare your body

    We start with getting your body ready for strength training. This means doing the exercises with high repetition.

    During this phase, you will learn which muscles you are working on during different exercises, the mechanics of the movements, and how to do them with the right posture to maximise your muscle growth.
  2. Progressive overload to stimulate muscle growth

    Progressive overload, or intensification, is the holy grail to building muscles.

    Simply put, you have to continually increase the stress placed on your body, so it can adapt to the exercises by growing bigger and stronger.
  3. Tweak your diet.

    Depending on your objective, you need to consume either more or less calories. But not all calories are the same. When you are building muscles, you need to add more proteins to your diet.

    But don’t forget about carbohydrates and fats too. A balanced diet can go a long way and get you to your goals faster.
  4. A holistic and sustainable transformation program

    We can help you gain muscles with our unique, multi-faceted approach targeting building large and small muscle groups in your body. Combining strength training, nutritious meals, recovery sessions, and mindfulness training, our transformation program sets you on a healthy and sustainable journey to muscle building.

Start your transformation journey
with us today...

Transformation spotlight

It is amazing what consistency and accountability can achieve when combined with science-based principles

At one point, Francko was incredibly skinny, but then gained a lot of weight. The trainer then sculpted and conditioned his body to where it is now. Being able to deadlift 140kg was his proudest moment. His biggest takeaway was the techniques and being pushed by his trainer to the next level mentally and physically. Something he wasn’t able to do solo.

Francko says and we quote "With Haikal's motivation and guidance, I achieved 140kg deadlift. After achieving something like that I realized that there is no limit to what you can do, as long as you have the right person and the right gym to be able to make you actually achieve your dreams"

It is amazing what consistency and accountability can achieve when combined with science-based principles

At one point, Francko was incredibly skinny, but then gained a lot of weight. The trainer then sculpted and conditioned his body to where it is now. Being able to deadlift 140kg was his proudest moment. His biggest takeaway was the techniques and being pushed by his trainer to the next level mentally and physically. Something he wasn’t able to do solo.

Francko says and we quote "With Haikal's motivation and guidance, I achieved 140kg deadlift. After achieving something like that I realized that there is no limit to what you can do, as long as you have the right person and the right gym to be able to make you actually achieve your dreams"

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