If you want to be muscular, lean, and strong as quickly as possible without steroids, good genetics, or wasting ridiculous amounts of time in the gym and money on supplements... then you want to listen to this book.
Here's the deal: Getting into awesome shape isn't nearly as complicated as the fitness industry wants you to believe. You don't need to spend hundreds of dollars per month on worthless supplements.
You don't need to constantly change up your exercise routines to "confuse" your muscles.
You don't need to burn through buckets of protein powder every month.
You don't need to toil away in the gym for a couple of hours per day, doing tons of sets.
You don't need to grind out hours and hours of boring cardio to get a shredded six-pack.
You don't need to completely abstain from "cheat" foods while getting down to single-digit body fat percentages.
In this book you're going to learn something most guys will never know: the exact formula that makes putting on 10 to 15 pounds of quality lean mass a breeze… and it only takes 8-12 weeks.
This book reveals secrets like...
Special Bonus: "The Year One Challenge". In this bonus report, you'll learn exactly how to train, eat, and supplement to make maximum gains in your first year of training.
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This should have never been made into an audio book. I've not seen it in print, but it reads like page after page of charts and tables. Format aside, there's nothing new here, wish I had my credit back.
The book did not turn me off to fitness books, but I'll think twice before I get another one.
Listen and you will be Suprised!
This Book Rocks, It takes Getting Muscles to a whole new Level!
4 Hour Body is a very Simliar Books
I like his upbeat Voice and smooth Voice
I took me about 1 week to finish it.
Looking forward to the next Book!
The only thing more dangerous then someone who thinks they understand fitness is someone who thinks they can write.
This author is a fraud.
You may be swayed by his cavalier attitude and disrespect towards others in the fitness industry, but make no mistake this man is a fraud.
The book starts with the author telling you he has no education or prior training but does have "experience" This is bro science with a lab coat on.
Most of research he uses to support his claims is published by "pay to print" sources and university.
I did listen all the way through to find anything redeemable about the book or author but could not.
Spoiler alert: He tries to sell you on his line of supplements, apps, other books, webpage, etc. at the end.
I would recommend this book to anyone desirous of improving any aspect of life. Pick it up, read it, reread it, and put what you've learned into action. It's that simple. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will buy and read his others.
Just a Dad
great book that affirmed some things I knew and taught me more. really love his proof is in the results and application of facts that are sourced not just mentioned.
This is the best fitness and nutrition book I have read in quite a while. Not only is it extremely informative and based in science fact it also offers an actionable plan to move forward eliminating every possible excuse for not doing what we know we should do!
I found this book when looking up how to build muscle while burning fat at the same time. Believe it or not there is very limited information let alone technique written about it as the mantra is that it is impossible to do. Mike Matthews lays it all out in laymen's terms what needs to be done by bringing it back to basics. This book, along with Arnold's "Total Recall," was the push I needed to get myself back in the weight room after almost 15 years. I'm 37 now and was tired of watching all of my peers complete marathons, Tough Mudders and the like while I slaved away at my job and atrophied to old man levels,watching my BFP rise and rise and feeling older by the day. While I've only been on the program for 3 months I've dropped 3% body fat and lost about 7 pounds, nothing drastic but a good start. I am still finding the right balance of macros (I'm hypothyroid) to see what works best for me. But my strength literally exploded almost immediately and I am now back to lifting what I was way back when, even more-so with legs. Muscle memory is REAL! One point that MM does not really go into is the sheer sense of accomplishment you feel when you are able to add on weight week after week. Granted, this will taper off but if there's anything that will keep you pumped that is it. I've been using the app Strong to track my lifts which has been a huge help and am just now getting into carb cycling to see if that may help with my carb intolerance. Great book with common sense ideas. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
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