Dr Muscle

Build Muscle With Artificial Intelligence

Build Muscle Faster With a Smart Program That Levels Up Automatically With You

Doctor creates new advanced program that updates itself every workout so you always build muscle as fast as possible. Available on Android and Apple (iOS).

Trusted by the top names in the industry...

AI will make sure you build muscle

So, if you’re just starting out with the app and you’re new to lifting weights, Dr Muscle guarantees you’ll double your strength and gain 15 lbs (6,8 kg) of muscle in 6 months. All you have to do is work out at least 3x a week and follow your custom program inside Dr. Muscle.  

The results we’ve seen with the early access users are so convincing that Dr Muscle is able to give you a money-back guarantee. 

You'll burn fat and get leaner

When you lift weights and you build muscle, you boost your metabolism. Your muscles burn fat all day. And studies have shown that lifting weights is sometimes even more effective than cardio for losing fat and keeping it off (Clark, 2015; Mekary et al. 2015). So, this app also helps you get leaner.

You'll never second guess your workouts

Is your workout plan actually working? Is it really making you bigger and stronger as fast as possible? With Dr. Muscle, you won’t have to worry about that. Let us handle all the logistics. Relax, enjoy your workouts, and focus on lifting heavy and getting buffed.


The New "Pocket Personal Trainer" That Helps You Transform Your Body Using AI At a Fraction of the Cost of a Human Trainer

With Dr. Muscle, you get a smart program that grows automatically with you as you gain muscle:

  • Your program starts at your level after a quick 1-time, 7-tap setup
  • Your program levels up with you, adding new exercises as you become more experienced, bigger, and stronger—so your hit your muscles from more angles and hypertrophy them in full
  • Your program updates automatically every time you work out with the optimal reps and sets for you so you always build muscle as fast as possible

With Dr. Muscle, you’ll automatically apply the advanced science-based methods I learned in my 17 years of lifting, studying, and coaching clients. It’s dead simple and automatic. Check this out:

You see your max strength (1RM) gains 

You see this screen when you hit save after your last set of any exercise. It shows you a graph with your max strength (1RM) progression, today’s 1RM, your previous 1RM, and how much you’ve improved (in %), so you know right away if your training is making you stronger.

Most coaches agree: getting stronger is one the best ways to get more muscular. Dr. Muscle makes it easy for you to track how stronger you’re getting, so you know you’re always on track to build more muscle.

You use advanced science-based training strategies to build muscle faster

You train automatically with daily undulating periodization (DUP), planned overreaching, deloads, and other up-to-date science-based strategies.

Dr. Muscle applies daily undulating periodization (DUP) automatically. It updates your workout plan every time you work out with the optimal combination of weights, reps, and sets, so you can focus on lifting heavy and getting jacked.

Your workout plan grows with you

Your plan updates every time you work out as you get bigger and stronger, so your workouts are always challenging. You keep on building more and more muscle and strength as you advance and work out with Dr. Muscle.

3 Science-Based Strategies That Help You Build Muscle Faster

Strategy #1 — Use “Daily Undulating Periodization” And Change Reps Every Workout

One strategy that can help you build muscle faster is daily undulating periodization (DUP). When you train with DUP, you change your weight and reps every workout. By doing so, you will build muscle and strength faster. Here’s proof:

  • In 2002, Dr. Matt Rhea and his team over at Arizona State University published a scientific study in The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research (Rhea et al. 2002). They wanted to compare normal training and DUP.
  • In their study, 20 young men were randomly assigned to normal training or DUP training (Rhea et al. 2002). Everyone trained bench press and leg press 3 days a week.
  • Basically, they were doing the same number of reps, but one group did the same reps for 4 weeks at a time, while the other group changed reps every training day. 

That’s why this method is called daily undulating periodization (reps undulate every day). Here’s what the 2 groups actually did:

Guys in the normal training group did:

‣ Sets of 8 during 4 weeks

‣ Sets of 6 during 4 weeks

‣ Sets of 4 during 4 weeks

‣ Total: 12 weeks

Guys in the DUP group did:

‣ Sets of 8 on Monday

‣ Sets of 6 on Wednesday

‣ Sets of 4 on Friday

‣ During all 12 weeks of the study

After 12 weeks of training… Guys who did DUP had double the strength gains (sweet!)

  • They improved bench press 29% (vs. 14% for guys who did normal training)
  • They improved leg press 55% (vs. 26% for guys who did normal training)

Size and strength are related. According to Nuckols (2016), this is especially true in experienced lifters, where gains in muscle mass may explain up to 65% of the variability in strength gains. The stronger you get, the more muscular you become. So, if you get stronger faster with DUP and Dr. Muscle, chances are, you’ll build muscle faster too.

Strategy #2 — Finish Strong With A “Plus Set” To Find Out How Much Heavier You Should Lift To Keep Building Muscle Fast

In 2010, Dr. Bryan Mann and his team over at the University of Missouri published a scientific study in the The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research (Mann et al. 2010).  

They found that if you increase the weight you lift by a set amount each week (like most guys who work out), you may be shooting yourself in the foot.  

Instead, you should determine how much weight you add to the bar by using a novel strategy they called autoregulatory progressive resistance exercise (also called “plus sets”). In their study, they had 23 collegiate football players train using two different strategies for progression:  

  1. Plus sets

  2. Increase weights by a set amount each week (for the squat: 3 sets of 8 reps @ 70% 1RM during week 1, 4 sets of 6 reps @ 75% 1RM during week 2, 4 sets of 5 reps @ 80% 1RM during week 3, and 4 sets of 5 reps @ 85% 1RM during week 4)

After 6 weeks of training, the plus set strategy proved superior:  

  • Bench press 1RM increased by 93.4 N (vs. -0.40 N for guys who did normal training)
  • Estimated squat 1RM increased by 192.7 N (vs. 37.2 N for guys who did normal training)
  • 225-lb bench press reps to fatigue increased by 3.13 (vs. -0.9 for guys who did normal training)

Bottom line, guys who used the plus set strategy got stronger faster. They were also able to bench press 225 lbs for 3 extra reps after just 6 weeks of training (whereas guys who did normal training weren’t able to do even 1 extra rep).  

Why was this strategy superior? The authors explain that it…  

Allows adaptation of a particular workout by the individual athlete based on their abilities for that particular day (Mann et al. 2010).  

In other words, this strategy makes sure you push yourself every workout, and helps you pick just the right weight to keep building strength and muscle fast.

Strategy #3 — Add New Exercises As You Max Out Old Ones To Hypertrophy More Muscle Fibres

Every exercise you do targets some parts of your muscles more than others. So, when you max out an exercise, it makes sense to add a new one to your routine to hypertrophy your muscles fully.  

Imagine you work out your chest. Let’s say you do:  

Incline bench press (targets the clavicular head of your pectoralis major) Decline bench press (targets the sternocostal head of your pectoralis major) By doing 3 sets of each, you hypertrophy your chest in full—more than you would have if you had done 6 sets of incline bench only.  

Exercise scientists call this regional muscle hypertrophy (Antonio 2010). Beardsley (2016) reviewed the science on regional hypertrophy and noted:  

Regional hypertrophy may occur because some parts of a muscle are sufficiently activated during an exercise, while others are not. Wakahara et al. (2012; 2013) measured the regional differences in post-exercise muscle activation during a single training session, using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans, as well as the regional hypertrophy following a long-term training intervention for the triceps brachii. They found that differences in regional activation in certain parts of a muscle were correlated with increases in muscular size in the same parts of the muscle.

In other words, if you want to hypertrophy your muscles in full, you should do multiple exercises that stimulate growth in different regions of your muscles.


If you want to look and feel your best, boost your self-confidence, get buffed, and kick ass, check this out before it’s too late:

“Keeps me motivated—I haven’t skipped a workout since I started using it”

“Dr. Juneau emailed me a few months back about his app. I tried it and thought: “Too many bugs”. It was crashing on Android, and as a medical doctor and PhD(s) in AI for healthcare I just couldn’t get behind it. I suggested new evidence-based features to Dr. Juneau and hoped for the best.”

“But in just 5 weeks Dr. Juneau and his team fixed the bugs and added 2 new features. So I gave the app another shot, and I can honestly say that it impresses me now. It creates new workouts automatically that are challenging enough for me to keep building muscle without overtraining. It also keeps me motivated by showing me my progress and I haven’t skipped a workout since I started using it.”

“Now I recommend the app, and I’m enthusiastic that people can get top training guidance from their phone. I look forward to seeing how Dr. Juneau can use AI to raise the bar for fitness apps.”

– Artin Entezarjou, MD, PhD(s) 

Medical doctor, PhD(s) in artificial intelligence for healthcare, and co-founder of EBT: Evidence Based Training