Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Advanced Guide to Building Muscle, Staying Lean, and Getting Strong (The Build Muscle, Get Lean, and Stay Healthy Series)
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If you want to build as much muscle as naturally possible...be able to bench press, squat, and deadlift gargantuan amounts of weight...and maintain a ripped, beach-ready physique year round...then you want to read this book.
If you've been lifting weights for any period of time, you've probably wondered...
What does it really take to make the jump from a "good" physique...from being "kinda strong"...from looking "athletic"...to having an outstanding looking, extraordinarily strong, ripped body that just makes people say "WOW"?
You know...the type of body that makes people wonder if you're on steroids or just a genetic freak.
The type of body that fills you with self-confidence and pride of achievement.
The type of body that most of us guys dreamt of having before we ever touched a weight.
Well, this book was written to show you exactly how to make it through the "intermediate lifter" phase smoothly, with an incredible physique to show for it, and then continue to make gains and enjoy your training as an advanced lifter.
Furthermore, this is not an updated version or rehash of Bigger Leaner Stronger. It's a true sequel--it builds on the principles taught in Bigger Leaner Stronger and takes your knowledge to the next level.
Here's a "sneak peek" of what you'll find inside this book...
Simply put, Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger is nearly 300 pages of neatly organized dietary and training lessons, insights, and principles...backed by decades of anecdotal evidence and over 250 scientific studies...and 100% geared toward helping you push your body to its genetic potential in size, performance, and aesthetics.
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example, staying in shape while traveling can be tricky. The holidays are notorious for messing with schedules (and diets). Family and work often take precedence over personal time. Are you simply doomed to losing muscle and strength in such situations? Or is there an easy way to avert such problems? Well, as you’ll see in this chapter, it’s much easier than most people think to maintain muscle and strength and even continue to make gains. Let’s get to it. HOW MUCH EXERCISE IT TAKES TO
cutting, I’ve cut both with and without the supplementation routine I’m going to lay out here, and there’s no question—following the routine speeds up the fat loss. How much is hard to exactly quantify, but if I had to try, I would say that fat loss was something around 20% faster with supplementation (my cuts are always 8 to 10 weeks, so I can guess with some accuracy). So, let’s get to the supplements that can help. CAFFEINE Caffeine, the world’s most popular drug, has more value to us
processing done by women was likely misreported or underreported. The hunter-gatherers included in the Atlas were modern-day humans, not people living in the primitive conditions of our distant past. The wide variety of dietary behaviors seen don’t fall into a nice pattern that we can emulate. Furthermore, most of the hunter-gatherer societies lived off vegetable foods—an emphasis on hunting was rare.224 These critiques have been borne out by other studies. A study conducted by the Max
high-glycemic carbohydrates, and processed foods) that frequently may cause weight gain, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and numerous other health problems. The Paleo diet encourages dieters to replace dairy and grain products with fresh fruits and vegetables—foods that are more nutritious than whole grains or dairy products.”229 Despite his revisionist version of how our ancestors ate, it seems like a pretty sensible way to eat, no? “But wait!” You might be thinking. “Won’t eating a bunch of
transformation. It means gaining 30 to 40 pounds of muscle and tripling or even quadrupling your lifts across the board. People who haven’t seen you for a while don’t believe their eyes. Once you’ve achieved this, you’ll have come to like what you see in the mirror, and you won’t be solely driven by the goal to look pretty—you’ll love training for its own sake and thrive on the effort it takes to add another pound of muscle or another 10 pounds to the bar. It’s at this point, however, that your