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Six Weeks to More Muscle, Less Fat, and Probably Some Extra Time In Front of theMirror
They say you can’t do two things at once. They say you have to focus on a single goal. Theysayyou can’t lose fat and gain muscle at the same time.They say things like, “if you chase two rabbits, both will escape.”They console you with clichés and platitudes, like theidea that body transformation is, at best,“two steps forward, one step back, repeat.” Repeat ad infinitum, that is.Well, THEY got it wrong.What if you’re NOT doing two things at once? What if you
focusing on a SINGLE goal?What if that one, SINGLE goal happens to be “get a better body—
?” And what if, to you, abetter body means more muscle AND less fat, at the same time?That’s one goal—one
goal—so far as I’m concerned.Let me just qualify this for a second. I’m not suggesting that you can gain muscle and lose fat asa rule. I’ve been at this game too long to believe that, and I’m too honest to try and convinceyou something that I don’t believe.I am
saying that a person who has never worked out can do a single program and wind upbeing a shredded bodybuilder. I am
not saying that the regular trainee who wants to looklike Brad Pitt can do so using any run of the mill program from a muscle magazine.What I
saying is: under the right conditions, with the right program, for a short period oftime, it is VERY possible to pack on a few pounds of muscle while dropping some fat.What I
saying is:itIS possible, with the right program, for the right period of time, to
change your body.What I
saying is:this is that program. This is that time.
is your 6-week rapid fire plan of attack, focusing on a single goal: full body
. In other words, this program is not going to change what you weigh—it is goingto revolutionize how you look.