Bodybuilders are everywhere, but not everyone can afford to live in one.
Now, a new study suggests that if you want to build muscle, don’t just spend a lot of money.
The study, conducted by the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Applied Neuroscience and Behavioral Sciences, examined bodybuilding competitors and participants who completed the Physique Testing Program (PTP) for an online bodybuilding program.
The PTP is a 24-hour online workout program for professional bodybuilders.
Bodybuilders, who are typically in their early 20s, receive the PTP for free online.
Bodybuilders have to complete at least one PTP session to qualify for the program.
Participants receive a $100 bonus when they score high enough on the PPT.
For participants, the program includes three weeks of intensive physical activity, which can include weightlifting, bodybuilding, and other sports.
The program also includes group training and a fitness program for fitness-conscious individuals.
Participants can take the program with friends or family members, but the PTS is optional.
The PTP requires participants to complete a series of exercises with a variety of weights and reps, with the goal of building muscle and strength.
The bodybuilders and the participants are required to maintain a 3-to-5-minute rest interval between each exercise.
Bodybuilder workouts were also included in the study, but were not a part of the study.
Participants who completed at least three PTP sessions received a $25 bonus.
Participants also received a 10 percent discount on fitness gear.
The results showed that the average participant was able to build more muscle with each PTP workout than the average bodybuilder.
The average bodybuilding participant gained at least 20 pounds in the first month after completing the program, the researchers found.
The researchers said this increase was more than the gains achieved by participants who did not participate in the P.T.P.
In addition, the study found that participants who had participated in the program gained more muscle during the first year of the program than those who did a regular PTP.
The researchers concluded that “the PTP can be an effective tool for increasing strength and muscle mass in an active and healthy bodybuilder,” according to the study abstract.