AN ALL IN ONE WORKOUT GUIDEIf there’s one book that should be on your shelf, it would be “Testosterone Advantage Plan : Lose Weight, Gain Muscle, Boost Energy”. I absolutely LOVED this book. It was such an easy read, I managed to read it in a weekend and I could not put it down. I quickly applied the diet and workout and really found a difference in my body composition. I can tell you I did gain some muscle mass. The book is complete with meal planner, grocery list and weight lifting program.
START WORKING ON A "T" BODY
Wide shoulders, narrow waist, thick chest, muscular arms and legs: today's male ideal physique is the same as that of ancient Greece. Aerobics and the Food Pyramid just won't yield that shape, argues Lou Schuler, certified strength-and-conditioning specialist and fitness director of Men's Health magazine. For weight loss and the Greek physique, he proposes the "T" (testosterone) plan: weightlifting and a diet of 33 percent each carbs (mostly low-glycemic-index), fat (the "good" kind), and protein; no alcohol; and minimal sweets and processed food. The book includes a meal planner, grocery list, and recipes. A 100-page, clearly illustrated weightlifting program progresses from circuit training to bodybuilding to power lifting, with both home and gym exercises.
TESTED AND PROVEN TO WORK
This research-based program was tested on 16 willing, hefty guys. After nine weeks, they lost an average of 18 pounds, dropped waist inches, gained strength and energy, and improved their sex lives. The book includes before-and-after photos and quotes from the happy campers.
Schuler's man-to-man style is clear, direct, and witty ("one gorilla wearing a stringy tank in July is all it takes to leave a bench soaked in ectoplasm"). The Testosterone Advantage Plan is recommended for men willing to commit to a rigorous lifting program to achieve their ideal physique. --Joan Price --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.