How to build muscle and burn fat …without morphing into a big, bulky bodybuilder.
Have you failed to get in great shape after weeks and months of going to the gym?
Do you lack confidence in the gym, feel too weak, or feel self-conscious about your current bodyshape?
Are you put off lifting weights because you don’t want to end up with the bulky, overgrown bodybuilder look?
No need to worry. This new book is all about strength training NOT bodybuilding – and yes there is a difference.
It doesn’t matter if you’re just starting strength training, or have been hitting the gym for a while and are frustrated at not seeing any results. This is the essential guide on how to build muscle burn fat, and develop a lean, athletic, awesome body…instead of becoming a super-inflated bodybuilder.
Strength Training NOT Bodybuilding is written by Marc McLean, an online personal trainer who has two decades worth of experience in weight training. It’s already racking up rave reviews on Amazon from men and women.
Marc’s mission is to help people like you become leaner, stronger, more confident versions of themselves. It all begins with lifting weights, pushing yourself hard, and developing a rock solid body and mind.
Strength Training NOT Bodybuilding is like no other fitness book because it focuses on strengthening the mind and creating a new self-image…both of which are HUGE factors in achieving your goals in and out of the gym.
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About the Author
Marc McLean is a 35-year-old online personal training and nutrition coach from Loch Lomond in Scotland.
He owns Weight Training Is The Way and is a health and fitness writer for leading websites including Mind Body Green, The Good Men Project and Healthgreatness.com.
Marc's not a fan of the typical bodybuilding advice and helps men and women develop lean, athletic, awesome bodies – rather than big, bulky physiques. His mission is to help as many people as possible go from being self-conscious, unfit, unhealthy and weak…to strong, lean, confident and achieving what they never thought they could in the gym.
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