By now you’ve probably heard that LEGO has a new building kit called Building Muscle.
This kit has some very cool parts and a few cool parts that don’t look like they belong on the main line of Lego sets.
Let’s start with the name.
Building Muscle is based on the words “muscle,” which comes from the Greek word meaning “building.”
It is not the original name for the product, though, and it was changed after a few years to Building Muscle 2.
The first version of the new Building Muscle kit was released in December 2015, and the company has been making the latest iteration ever since.
It was released last year, and you can now order Building Muscle at a whopping $1,099.99 (about $1.5 million in 2014 dollars).
The box is a bit large, so you’ll need to put your favorite Lego building toy in it for the most part.
The box includes a Lego building guide with lots of diagrams and a step-by-step instruction for assembling parts of the kit.
The instructions are pretty easy to follow, though: Put a brick, block, or sheet of styrene in the bottom of the box.
Put a piece of wire on the wire (or, in the case of a LEGO brick, a piece on the side of the block) to connect the wire to the wall.
Make sure the wire is in line with the brick and the wire will attach itself.
Connect the two ends of the wire, then connect the second end of the piece of styrex.
Use a pencil to draw the line between the two pieces of styre.
Use your hand to make sure that the line is perpendicular to the bricks.
When you’ve finished all of this, take your completed building kit, put it in the box, and put it away.
The new kit has a few new features, but the big one is the addition of an interactive step- by-step video that shows you how to assemble parts of this kit.
There are also several new stickers that are also fun and cute.
Building muscle can be a little difficult to assemble in the first place, so I did some extra research to figure out what parts I needed and what parts would be the most useful.
I’m not sure exactly what parts this kit contains, but you can get the instructions on the box if you have trouble figuring it out.
The building guide, which comes with a few instructions for assembling different parts of Building Muscle, includes: A video of the assembly instructions