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Carb Cycling

Carb Cycling

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Chris McCombs lost 75 lbs in 5 months using Shelby Starnes' carb cycling program. Find out how.
Chris McCombs lost 75 lbs in 5 months using Shelby Starnes' carb cycling program. Find out how.

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Published by: MattWiggins on Feb 25, 2011
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“Lost 75 lbs.

In 5 Months” by Matt “Wiggy” Wiggins
http://www.workingclasscardioworkout.com/carbcycling.shtml

Copyright 2011 – Matt Wiggins – http://www.workingclasscardioworkout.com/carbcycling.shtml

How many of you know who Chris McCombs is? In case you don’t, “Big Chris” (as he’s known) is pretty much the go-to guy for personal trainers, fitness marketers, and the like for who want to grow their business and earn the moolah they’re really worth. Chris knows his stuff – plain and simple. But a few years back, Chris had a nasty hernia injury. Between that and running a massively successful business, he ended up putting on a bunch of weight. To cut to the chase, he decided to get back in shape, started lifting heavy, doing some basic cardio, and hired diet guru Shelby Starnes. (Shelby writes for T-Nation, EliteFTS, a bunch of the bodybuilding and fitness mags, and is a competitive bodybuilder himself. If Big Chris is the ‘go-to’ guy for fitness business, in many circles, Shelby is the ‘go-to’ guy for diet and contest prep.) Result? Big Chris lost a crazy 75 lbs in 5 months. You can see the before and after pics HERE. As a result of his awesome transformation, Chris and Shelby decided to put out a nutrition guide for personal trainers called “Carb Cycling for Fitness Professionals”. Basically, it’s a nutrition guide about how to cycle carbs, and how to administer that kinda diet to your training clients. But what if you’re not a personal trainer – can you still use the book? Oh yeah, you can. See, it tells you how to administer the diet, how to assess progress, what kinda changes to make when, and more. Only difference for you non-personal trainers out there is your “client” is yourself. I picked it up, and was pleasantly surprised. The book not only has a ton of great info, but is easily applied, and even better, written in simply language that is easy to understand. Personally, I hate reading about nutrition and diet. The subject just doesn’t interest me as much as training, and diet ‘gurus’ generally try to use words with entirely too many syllables to make themselves sound smart.
Copyright 2011 – Matt Wiggins – http://www.workingclasscardioworkout.com/carbcycling.shtml

Not the case here. It was an easy read, awesome info, and would be a cinch for anybody to implement. I *highly* recommend you go check it out…esp considering Big Chris’ assistant just emailed me and said the price was going up in like just a few days. =>CLICK HERE NOW to see the before and after pics, and to take advantage of the price before it goes up Train Hard, Rest Hard, Play HardMatt “Wiggy” Wiggins Muscle Building Workouts | Cardio Workout | MMA Workout | MMA Workouts

Copyright 2011 – Matt Wiggins – http://www.workingclasscardioworkout.com/carbcycling.shtml

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