Visual Impact Muscle Building

My Visual Impact Transformation

What is Visual Impact Muscle Building?

Visual Impact Muscle Building is a workout program designed to build pure muscle strategically without gaining any fat. This program has 3 phases lasting 2 months each. In addition there is a bonus phase which is pretty cutting edge.

  • Phase one focuses on rapid muscle growth to the areas that need it most
  • Phase two focuses on a hybrid of muscle growth and muscle density training
  • Phase three focuses on pure muscle density training in addition to intense fat loss workouts – this is gonna reveal insane muscle tone

This approach is completely different than any other bodybuilding workout program out there. The idea here isn’t too build as much muscle mass as possible like most bodybuilding programs. Instead the idea is to build muscle in a way that really enhances your physique.

Who is the Author?

Rusty Moore is the author of visual impact muscle building. He runs a hugely popular site called Fitness Blackbook which is targeted towards building the lean and fit hollywood physique.

Who is Visual Impact For?

Visual Impact is for guys who want to build a lean, fit and muscular physique. It doesn’t matter if your skinny and need to add muscle or if your bulky and you need to burn fat and increase muscle definition. All that means is that you’ll start at different phases. On a side note - Phase three is the best fat loss / muscle toning routine I have ever followed. It enabled me to lose several pounds of fat per week while maintaining all of my muscle and increasing my strength. In fact I believe every mixed martial artist, boxer or wrestler should utilize phase 3 to cut weight for an event.

What did I like About Visual Impact Muscle Building?

Visual Impact is written by Rusty Moore, a fitness expert who actually gets it. He understands that people would rather look like a lean Hollywood action star or underwear model than a bulky, pumped up bodybuilder. The workout programs are tailored exactly to give your physique the biggest visual impact (hence the name). If you gain 10 pounds of muscle on visual impact you can be damn sure you are going to look 10x better. I can’t say that about any other workout program. The visual impact program is one that will really enhance your life. You don’t have to obsess over eating 6-8x per day, taking 10 different supplements or worrying about losing muscle if you go on a weekend get-away with your friends. A lot of guys don’t want to go traveling with their friends because they are worried they will lose muscle. What’s the point of working out and being fit and healthy if you can’t enjoy yourself?

The bonus phase is really cool too. It explains how to shrink wrap your skin over your muscles to make yourself look extra defined. I haven’t even heard about this little trick UNTIL reading the book and now I use this all the time to get ready for photo shoots. Really makes you stand out against other models. Here is a video of me after completing the shrink wrap phase.

What didn’t I like about visual impact muscle building?

For $47 visual impact has amazing value. But if I had to choose one thing that I felt was missing it would have to be more workouts. This isn’t so much of a problem for me because I can customize my workouts myself. I know the most effective exercises for building the perfect body and I know how to properly implement them into a workout plan that will provide results fast. However for most people out there they really don’t know that much about program design.

Now I decided that Visual Impact Muscle Building has way TOO much value to throw away because of a lack of workout routines. So that is why I decided to create 16 weeks worth of workouts that will really transform your physique to a whole new level. The workouts are especially customized to pack on solid muscle to the areas that need it most using the exact same principles from visual impact muscle building.

So all you have to do is purchase the program through one of the links on my website and send an email to me at gregoryogallagher@gmail.com Title the email, “Visual Impact” and attach your recipt to the email. I will then send you the 16 weeks of additional workouts for free.

Conclusion?

I strongly recommend Visual Impact Muscle Building for anyone that wants to build muscle in the most visually stunning way possible.

Comments

  1. says

    The visual impact program is perfect for those who do not want to build too much muscles, but don’t want to get very bulky while doing it. You don’t want to look like a competitive bodybuilder but would rather obtain the look of a men’s health cover model. It’s like gaining a Hollywood look.
    Cecil recently posted..Visual Impact Muscle Building Review

  2. Augs says

    do you have to design your own program with visual impact muscle building? How does this work ? Like does it tell you what excersise to do, # of reps, for each workout of the day or do we have to create our own ? Please
    Help me.! I am really interested in buying this through your website. my main goal is to gain weight (lean mass) . I am already at a low body fat% but now
    I want to get size but at the same time ripped. Not
    Puffy muscles, i want well defined/big muscles

    • admin says

      Yes! It comes with an easy to follow workout program for each phase. As well as additional workouts depending on your goals and status. Sounds like this program is the perfect fit for you based on your goals.

  3. Jesus says

    Does this help burn fat? Because I really want to buy this program and want to burn fat and gain a nice and lean physique, and does it come with a meal plan and workout routines?

    • admin says

      Yes it does! If your goal is to strip away bodyfat and improve muscle tone then you will find it very useful. When I first purchased the program I had the same goals as you. Basically you will just skip to phase three of the program which is focused on fat loss.

    • admin says

      You can do visual impact bodyweight style and get good results. I actually spent a month doing the workouts with just my body weight. You will have to be very creative to come up with exercises that challenge you. I plan on coming out with a bodyweight training program in the future.

  4. Jesus says

    If I start with phase three and complete it can I restart the entire program with phase one and two? And can I still do phase three again and the bonus phase?

  5. Michael says

    I’ve been interested in this for awhile now..

    Will I be able to do all the exercises you give up for this program with an olympic bench/barbell any weight, adjustable dumbbell any weight, and a ez curl bar?

    I can go get a iron gym pull up bar if needed also..

    Thanks!

  6. Daniel says

    I’m interested in VI (am now up to about 183, but 16% BF at 6’1″) – my goal is 180, sub 10% BF. But what about diet – I know enough that I could come up with my own to start and modify as I go, but are there guidelines for each phase (cals; protein, carb, fat %, etc)? Thanks.

    • admin says

      Yeah phase one and two are more relaxed in terms of calorie intake. Rusty recommends a small 250-500 calorie surplus to ensure muscle gain with minimal fat gain. As well as sufficient protein intake. 1 gram of protein per pound of bodyweight.

      For phase 3 he recommends keeping calories intake low. 10 calories per pound of goal bodyweight. So if you want to be 150 lbs then you would eat only 1500 calories per day. This is very strict and I like to go a 300-500 calories above this number.

  7. luka says

    Hi

    I’m very interested in buying the program so could you put a link to this reply about buying the program please?

    Also will you send me the 16 weeks of additional workouts?

    Thank you

  8. luka says

    Hi
    So basically if you buy this program you get the original visual impact muscle building program which is

    Phase 1
    Phase 2
    Phase 3
    Bonus Phase

    and also you will get the modifications and changes that you came up which was your own workouts following the visual impact that you used in order to get your physique and the 16 weeks of additional workouts

    when you reply to this message please put a link to where i buy the program

    Thanks

  9. Phiris says

    Yo Greg!

    I’m 60 19 years old and my weight is 164 pounds i bought the visual impact program and have started at phase 1 i understand the workouts and the phases but i don’t have a clue about any of the diet programs for each phase could you please give me some advice on the diet tips because i feel that the diet is the most important aspect to your body.

    For instance could you tell me a diet program for phase 1 2 3 and bonus phase what i should eat when i should eat it.

    Thank you

    Send it to this Email porphiriou@hotmail.co.uk

    This is my E-mail Thank you

  10. luke ali says

    hey man great results. just a couple of questions ? i started to loose weight before i read rusty moore visual impact and was 194lb at 5ft 11inch tall and went down to 185 and then i found out about it and started at phase 3 and went down to 178lb ive been doing phase 3 since mid september and now its nov 4 and been noticing pretty good results but was wondering if i keep doing phase three for a couple of more months will the skin qet tighter and tighter . meaning the longer i do phase three the better the results cause the skin is still a little loose while doing phase 3 since mid sep. so how long should i do this phase for. thanks man appreciate it.

  11. João Silva says

    Hi again Greg

    I started VI Muscle Building this month, Phase 1. My question: i’m just able to go to the gym 3X per week, is that ok? or should i extend the phase 1 for one more month?

    Thanks for your great work.

    joão(Portugal)

  12. Jesse says

    Hey greg

    Im starting visual impact today, and I was wondering for phase 1 and 2 what the diet should somewhat look like? And would it be okay if I ate right before working out?

    Thank you

    • admin says

      @Jesse.

      Depends. For phase one and two the goal is to build muscle so you want to have a surplus of calories. I would say eat plenty of healthy meats, veggies, fruits, sweet potatoes, brown rice and brown rice pasta. 3-5 meals per day. Make sure to have a protein meal before your workout and a high protein and high carbohydrate meal after the workouts.

  13. says

    hey greg

    im currently 160lbs at 5’8, 7% body fat, 49 inch shoulders , 29.6 inch waist and am thinking of trying either adonis index or visual impact training to gain some muscle wile staying lean and was wondering which one you prefere to do this? also i do alot of sports e..g. judo , mma and was thinking visual impact training would be better way of training for these sports?

    thank you

    • admin says

      @Dan

      I am a big fan of Visual Impact Muscle Building. With that being said they are both great programs and you can’t go wrong with either. Strength gains tend to be better with visual impact muscle building which I love.

  14. says

    Which system gave you the best gains in muscle A.I. or vimpact ? and also if i buy the visual impact can you send me the 16weeks course you used to gain muscle?

    thanks

  15. says

    did you follow the visual impact phase 1 exactly as said when you bought the system? seems like a lot of volume ? or did you change things ?

    thanks

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