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THIS PROGRAM HAS HELPED THOUSANDS OF MEN BUILD THEIR BEST BODIES EVER WILL YOU BE NEXT The Year One Challenge for Men is a workout journal companion to the bestselling men s fitness book Bigger Leaner Stronger.With this program, you can gain up to 25 pounds of muscle in all the right places on your body, lose piles of fat including stubborn belly and back fat and double or even triple your whole body strength And that s just year one.This book contains a full year s worth of Bigger Leaner Stronger workouts neatly organized so you can record, track, and review your progress toward the body you ve always wanted.So, if you re ready to build muscle and lose fat faster than you ever thought possible, buy this journal today and start your journey to a bigger, leaner, and stronger you....

Title : The Year One Challenge for Men: Bigger, Leaner, and Stronger Than Ever in 12 Months (Muscle for Life Series) (English Edition)
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ISBN : B07F2R3S8B
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Format Type : Paperback
Language : Englisch
Publisher : Oculus Publishers Auflage 2 26 Juni 2018
Number of Pages : 407 Pages
File Size : 694 KB
Status : Available For Download
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The Year One Challenge for Men: Bigger, Leaner, and Stronger Than Ever in 12 Months (Muscle for Life Series) (English Edition) Reviews

  • D. Fauerbach
    2019-03-31 20:10

    Das Heft umfasst in großen Teilen das Bonusmaterial zum Buch "Bigger, Leaner, Stronger" in gedruckter Form. Wer also das Buch als E-Book oder Hörbuch gekauft hat, kann sich von dem Heft keine weiteren Informationen erwarten. Im Gegenteil es fehlen sogar Inhalte (z.B. das 4-Days-Program). Das Heft macht allerdings auch nur al Ergänzung zum Buch Sinn. Ein Kauf ohne die Literatur macht keinen Sinn.

  • Amazon Kunde
    2019-04-03 20:11

    Das Buch lohnt den Kauf, allerdings ist es meines Erachtens zu groß, um es immer mit ins Studio zu schleppen. Ich habe daher den jeweiligen Wochenplan kopiert und dann ins Reine geschrieben. Da sowohl der 3er Split als auch der 5er abgedruckt sind, könnte man es auch für zwei Jahre nutzen.Ein weiterer Vorteil ist, daß das Buch dem Nutzer die Wichtigkeit von konsequenter Beharrlichkeit allein schon durch den Titel verdeutlicht.

  • Paul Budding
    2019-04-07 21:11

    Michael gives you an easy to follow workout schedule for an entire year. You can make notes in this book to keep track of your progress. It gives me the opportunity to train in an effective way.

  • Powermaus
    2019-03-25 23:12

    Wieso werden solche Bücher eigendlich nicht übersetzt , wenn sie doch sooo hilf/lehrreich gut sind , muss ich nun erst englisch lernen ?? auch ältere Menschen würden gerne mehr über ihre bißherige "Fehlernährung" lernen um es wieder einigermaßen ausbügeln zu können , denn früher oder später kommt jeder an den Punkt wo er begreift das die meisten Probleme im Körper mit der falschen Ernährung Beziehungsweise mit den falschen Nahrungsmittel (Lebensmittelindustrie bedingt) zusammenhängt und dann bekommt man die meisten aufklärenden Sachen nur in englisch , kannst ja wohl nicht sein ....

  • Amazon Customer
    2019-04-18 20:35

    I started this program 9 months ago as a 64 yo active and fit man. Goal was to see if at my age I could gain muscle mass. In conjunction with Mike's B,L,S book I have gained 1 # muscle mass per month. So being older is not a barrier.Strengths of the book - specific detailed wek by week plan that is easy to follow. No more searching the internet for a plan. Resulkts speak for themselves. with 3,4,5 day w/o options one can tailor each week based on your available time.Only suggestions for improvement would be to:include the de-load week as part of the printed schedule with recommended exercisesinclude alternative exercises that machines could substitute for. I have limited shoulder mobility so overhead barbell presses are pretty impossible. I uses machines for these with similar range of motion but much less pain.This book, Bigger, Leaner, Stronger and mike's web site are all excellent. Nice to find evidence based programs that are simple and effective. Can't say enough good things.

  • That Guy
    2019-04-13 16:39

    This is a great log for a year on the BLS program. I would have liked to have seen part of each page laid out for a dietary log. Most the pages have a good deal of blank space for this. I'll still write it in, but some sort of layout would have been nice to at least record times and meals with possibly protein/fat/calories columns. Just a thought.There is one caveat with the Amazon listing- the "Look inside" is useless. Its like 5 pages of ads for other books and it doesn't give you any idea of what's actually inside so I've included a few pictures that are actually reflect the content a bit better.

  • Brendan
    2019-03-29 18:23

    After a few knee surgeries that took me out of commission and out of shape I needed a good place to start again. I couldn't do any of my old exercises because I had lost all my strength, my old combo lifts required too much of my now noticeably weaker knee, I was just kind of a mess honestly. This book provides you with a great place to start again if you are returning, a great place to start if you haven't before (my girlfriend loves this book as well), and a great direction if you just don't know where to go from your current spot. It provides a plan for anyone to follow, with plans that range from 5 gym sessions a week if you have time to just 3 sessions a week if you don't. Highly recommended this for anyone interested in achieving their fitness goal. I plan on buying a few copies for my friends for the holidays.

  • Joseph
    2019-04-21 18:21

    Having a workout plan already written down makes it very easy to stick with your workout routine and track your progress. The previous workout routines I've done kept switching the exercises around and I wasn't keeping track of how much weight I was lifting. Even though this workout journal keeps the same X number of exercises, it's awesome to watch yourself get better at those lifts and you can hold yourself accountable for getting better with this journal.I have been using this journal for about 6 months now and I've made considerable progress on my lifts. I had been lacking pretty badly on my squats and deadlifts and I'm happy to say that I'm doing a lot better now. Keep in mind I've been working out already for 4 years straight, so no newbie gains here :)Stats at beginning -> 6 months in:5' 7"151.5 lbs 12% BF -> 156 lbs 13% BFBench: 170x5 -> 205x5Overhead Press: 105x5 -> 135x5Squat: 155x5 -> 225x4Deadlift: 200x5 -> 280x4As far as the squat and deadlift goes, a lot of the progress can be attributed to my form getting a lot better (plus I took it a bit easier at the beginning to get used to the lifts). Consistently doing these exercises helped me get much better at these lifts and helped me push more weight just from improving my form alone.In summary, I really like this journal because it holds you accountable, the workouts are consistent, and you can ensure you are progressing with your lifts.

  • Nick
    2019-04-01 19:20

    I have lifted on and off for years and have tried almost anything. I would get workouts from bodybuilding.com or Animalpak. They never seemed to be 100% their was always something lacking whether it was legs, back, or what have you. Also the insane amount of super-sets and short rest time that other workouts have you do just would burn me out in no time with little to show for it. I am currently in week 5 of this book. I love how the workouts are simple and is focused on building you up evenly. I have seen a gain in almost every weight so far that is far more significant than any other magazine workout plan I have done. I had to tweek a couple of work outs to fit me as I can no longer squat and deadlift due to a bad back. I replaced the squat with a single leg squat and the deadlift is now a lunge variation. The rep counts and amount of work put in are spot on. Definitely read the authors first book "Bigger, Leaner, Stronger" so that you can understand the workouts and warm-ups in their entirety. Buy this book now if you need a solid 1 year plan that wont let you down.