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A Sensible, Manageable Nutrition Guide That’ll Help You Get The Most From Your Strength Training Program
There are more diets out there than you’ve had hot dinners…
There are countless crappy supplements promising the world…
There’s all sorts of confusing advice being thrown at us about macronutrients, micronutrients…blah, blah, blah.
Wouldn’t you rather just cut out the bull**** and learn a straightforward weight training diet that’ll help you gain lean muscle, keep your bodyfat levels low and maintain good health?
A simplified strategy on what to eat, when, what to avoid to get the best results from your strength training program?
Something that’s easy to follow and maintain, and doesn’t ban all your favourite foods, while still actually delivering results?
This is it. Strength Training Nutrition 101: Build Muscle & Burn Fat Easily…A Healthy Way Of Eating You Can Actually Maintain is a sensible, do-able, manageable nutrition guide for men and women who lift weights (or others who generally want to improve their diet and overall health).
I’m Marc McLean, an online personal training and nutrition coach with almost two decades worth of experience in weight training, and Strength Training Nutrition 101 is my masterplan for maximising your exercise efforts. It uncomplicates the complicated and simplifies your weight training diet.
Are you confused about what to eat and when because we’re bombarded with so much advice from every angle.
“Don’t eat meat…”
“Carbs are the devil…”
“Eat a garden full of greens for breakfast…”
Just some of the advice we get from experts in a really noisy health and fitness industry. We’re hit with advice on what we should be eating, how much to eat…and what we should be avoiding like an STI.
This book is not about choosing one diet over another. It’s not filled with complicated bodybuilding nutrition advice or nutrition plans that are too hard to maintain.
It’s about getting all the important stuff right and building a solid nutritional foundation for sculpting a lean, athletic body. It’s also not about depriving you of food you love and eating chicken and broccoli 8 days per week.
The bottom line is that sticking with good nutrition should be easy to follow – and never actually feel like a ‘diet’.
In Strength Training Nutrition 101, I share with you how to simplify the way you eat and my nutritional strategies that support my weekly weight training regime for maintaining muscle and staying lean.
The book chapters are below…
“If you hate reading those textbook-like nutrition book filled with unfriendly statistics and terminologies, you’ll love this!
– P Lam.
As a personal trainer, I am always on the lookout for new information regarding diet and nutrition for each and every one of my clients. This is a great book if you have any questions where to begin.”
– Miguel Wells.
Buy today to learn solid nutritional tactics that get you great results – and that you can actually maintain!