Vince DelMonte’s claim to fame is his story about going from skinny to ripped. He says the muscle industry has been telling the public lies for years (which we tend to agree with here at AFC). Does he have the correct answers to the lies we’ve heard? I’m not sure at this point. But he must know something, because the program he created, the No-Nonsense Hardgainer Guide to Building Muscle, is the number-one selling Internet muscle program according to clickbank.com.
After a crash with a cop car, DelMonte says he started training in the gym and made insane gains that allowed him to win a bodybuilding competition. From that foundation he became a personal trainer to help others accomplish their goals. He claims in his sales letter that the muscle industry is scamming you out of 90% of your muscle growth and 100% of your money.
I like DelMonte’s take on popular myths like these ones:
- “Train like a bodybuilder, look like a body builder”
- “If you want growth, follow the magazines”
- “The body of your dream is locked in this pill”
To truly be successful at building muscle, you are going to have to do a complete program that includes nutrition, and DelMonte discusses that.
Another unique component of his program is that he basically gives you a year’s worth of workouts.
The program is designed for people who are skinny and want to gain muscle mass, but it does tend to draw people who need to lose weight, as well. DelMonte is associated with Joel Marion, John Romaniello and Craig Ballantyne. They seem to all promote each other’s stuff.