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But before we move on, let’s answer this question first…
What Are Noob Gains?
The term “noob gains” describes the fastest muscle growth someone can experience in the first 6-12 months of resistance training.
It’s actually common to gain 15-20 lbs of muscle in this phase with the help of a carefully planned diet and a smart resistance training routine.
What This Website is All About
If you’ve ever wondered:
Where can I find real muscle-building and fat loss advice that actually works?
…then you’re in the right place.
Noob Gains is where beginner and intermediate fitness enthusiasts turn for proven muscle-building advice to transform their bodies.
Our effective fitness advice is why our founder, Kyle Hoffman has been mentioned in major publications like The Huffington Post, The Epoch Times, How Stuff Works, and Spark People.
How Noob Gains Helps You
Most so-called “bodybuilding experts” say: “To build a great-looking body, all you need to do is eat less and move more.”
We wish it was that easy…
Founder, Kyle Hoffman, learned the hard way that building a lean and muscular body involves more than just “eating less and moving more.”
And that’s where Noob Gains comes in.
This website is where we shoes you the exact strategies and methods you need to build more muscle, faster. No “filler” info. Just insanely actionable advice that gets results.
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Meet the Team
Jess Billitz (Editor/Writer)
Jess is a freelance writer with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science from The College of New Jersey. She had dedicated over three years to the educational field as a health and physical education teacher before deciding to pursue a career in the fitness industry. She is now certified in Personal Training, Group Fitness, and Sports Nutrition and contributes health and fitness knowledge to websites like Noob Gains.
Daniel Louwrens (Writer)
My name is Daniel Louwrens, and I have been helping people reach their respective fitness goals for the past 8 years. I graduated with a BSc in Chemistry, but found my love and passion in Fitness, Health, and Nutrition. I now coach people online at my own business, but also coach under other businesses such as Sky Calisthenics, Muscle & Brawn, and Lars Fitness.
Joshua Whitworth (Writer)
Josh fell in love with fitness at an early age, lettering in powerlifting his sophomore year of high school and qualifying for the Texas State Powerlifting meet his junior and senior years. He then fell in love with aviation and began applying his fitness education to the unique scheduling of aviators.
Geoffrey Ejiga (Writer)
Geoffrey is a freelance word wizard who writes for Noob Gains. Magic was made when he (a blossoming fitness-noob) met Noob Gains. Now Geoffrey, his pen (laptop), and Noob Gains are on a mission to preach an accurate version of the fitness gospel.
Steve Burden (Writer)
I am a Fitness Writer and Personal Trainer with over a decade of experience in the industry. As a semi-retired professional wrestler and fitness model, I’ve traveled the world expanding my knowledge on all things fitness.
Natalie DePriest (Writer)
Natalie is a freelance writer with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Kansas. She has tried every fad diet and workout program known to man (she claims to still have her set of Tae Bo VHS tapes), but has now realized that the secret to fitness is staying active and eating a healthy, macro-balanced diet. After she began writing for NoobGains, Natalie decided it was time to put in some real work towards her ultimate fitness goals, and she started the Kinobody Goddess Toning Program so she can achieve that slim and sexy look she’s always dreamed of.
Siera Lutz (Writer)
Siera Lutz has been part of the fitness industry for most of her life, with 10+ years coaching experience and over 15 years of competitive experience in 3 sports. She obtained her B.S in Kinesiology from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo before going on to become a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Precision Nutrition Level 2 Coach. She now coaches for her local community college while spreading health and fitness information through websites such as NoobGains.
Alita Phommabouth (Writer)
Alita is a freelance writer trapped in a tiny room once perpetually glued to her desk chair. She has tried in vain to unstick herself but it wasn’t until she started writing for Noob Gains that she finally learned how to exercise properly. Starting small with stretches, Alita hopes to one day be able to enter her local 5K race.
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