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The Adonis Effect
The Adonis Effect is all about getting the body that females instinctively desire. The idea of the program is that the ratio of your shoulder to your waist should be equal to the ?Golden Ratio?, which is 1.618. The Golden Ratio is seen throughout nature such as in the arrangement of branches along the stems of plants and in the veins of leaves and in the spiral of a seashell. The golden ratio is even found in the cycle length and height of our DNA sequences. The egyptian pyramids were built with the Golden Ratio in mind as well as many commerical products so as to appeal to consumers.

The Adonis Effect's focus is building your body to meet the Golden Ratio. The idea is that if you have this type of body, people will subconsciously have a good impression of you since they will see your Golden Ratio symmetry, which we all agree most pleasant.

Have you heard of the Adonis Effect training program, and you are keen to find out more about what it is really all about? If you have been working out, I am sure that you already have some goals in mind regarding the size of your muscles and the target weight you want to achieve.

However, is the goal that you have set really the characteristics that an optimal body should have? Have you ever wondered what is the right body shape and size to aim for? Most men simply keep training themselves with heavier and heavier weights, eventually turning into an unattractive big bulk of muscle.

1. What Is The Better Way to Train Your Body?

Men will always feel the need to become bigger and more muscular, since that is our basic instinct for survival and physical dominance. However, there is a right way to train your body to achieve a specific and optimal goal, and it has nothing to do with getting bigger. Research has shown that there is a certain body ratio that is very desirable to women and is the envy in our modern society.
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