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Many people start out body building in an attempt to lose weight.  That’s a great way to start. Your dream body is more than a possibility – it’s now, finally, a reality.

Find out:
-      Different techniques used within weight training and overall fitness
-      Bodybuilding workout plan
-      The importance of food in a bodybuilding program
-      Which supplement is right for you
-      And many more

Published: Amy Boyce on
ISBN: 9781502224477
List price: $3.99
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