INTRODUCING THE BESTSELLING SEQUEL TO THE 1 BESTSELLER BIGGER LEANER STRONGER If you want to build as much muscle as naturally possiblebe able to bench press, squat, and deadlift gargantuan amounts of weightand maintain a ripped, beach ready physique year roundthen you want to read this book.If you ve been lifting weights for any period of time, you ve probably wondered What does it really take to make the jump from a good physiquefrom being kinda strongfrom looking athleticto having an outstanding looking, extraordinarily strong, ripped body that just makes people say WOW You knowthe type of body that makes people wonder if you re on steroids or just a genetic freak The type of body that fills you with self confidence and pride of achievement The type of body that most of us guys dreamt of having before we ever touched a weight Well, this book was written to show you exactly how to make it through the intermediate lifter phase smoothly, with an incredible physique to show for it, and then continue to make gains and enjoy your training as an advanced lifter Further, this is not an updated version or rehash of Bigger Leaner Stronger It s a true sequel it builds on the principles taught in Bigger Leaner Stronger and takes your knowledge to the next level Here s a sneak peek of what you ll find inside this book How to accurately pinpoint the weak points in your physique that, when corrected, dramatically improve your proportions and overall aesthetics.The science of proper training periodization with a program specifically built for intermediate and advanced weightlifters.Whole body mobility routines that will not only help prevent injury, but improve performance as well.8 scientifically proven ways to break through weightlifting plateau.Exactly how to get shredded 6 to 7% body fat without frying your muscles or sanity How to maintain single digit body fat percentages year round with easeand still make gains in the gym In depth guides to various popular dieting styles like intermittent fasting, carb cycling, and Paleo And Simply put, Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger is nearly 300 pages of neatly organized dietary and training lessons, insights, and principlesbacked by decades of anecdotal evidence and over 250 scientific studiesand 100% geared toward helping you push your body to its genetic potential in size, performance, and aesthetics.SPECIAL BONUS REPORT FOR READERS With this book you ll also get a free 175 page bonus report from the author called The Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger Challenge In this bonus report, you ll find product recommendations, a full year s worth of workouts, recipes from the author s cookbooks, and Buy this book today and learn what most guys will never know about building extraordinary amounts of muscle and tremendous strength while staying leanand all without superhuman genetics, living in the gym, or using steroids....
|Title||:||Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Advanced Guide to Building Muscle, Staying Lean, and Getting Strong (The Build Muscle, Get Lean, and Stay Healthy Series Book 4) (English Edition)|
|Publisher||:||Oculus Publishers Auflage 1 20 August 2014|
|Number of Pages||:||571 Pages|
|File Size||:||797 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Advanced Guide to Building Muscle, Staying Lean, and Getting Strong (The Build Muscle, Get Lean, and Stay Healthy Series Book 4) (English Edition) Reviews
Very objective, logical and comprehensible. The thoughts expressed in this book are unique and defeninitely not oriented to sell you some unnecessary sups or anything similar. I highly recomment this book! And Thinner Leaner Stronger is as good as this book is!
Das "Geheimnis" um einstelliges Körperfett zu bekommen ist, dass man schrittweise die Kalorien reduziert. Wow. Das Buch ist im Wesentlichen Werbung für den Vorgänger und enthält lediglich viel Fülltext.
Science and perfect reasoning. Just the way I like it. I have started yet I'm still on BLS and I have another year before I met my goals but I have lost over 75 pounds on this programs. Its made me stronger and leaner and big in the right places. I only have forty-five more pounds to go before I get to the size I want to be at. I'm very excited.
This is the book I've been waiting for. I've slowly (through much trial and error) discovered what works for me through years and years of lifting. And, no surprise, it's pretty much what Mike said in his first book.And then I started to slowly change my workouts for various reasons. And again, my workouts that I've come up with are really similar to what he's teaching in his new book here.This new book, Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger, delves into so much more than just hitting weights and diet. He has some pretty nice information about flexibility and mobility - stretching and foam rolling. There's also a few chapters towards the end that go over some of the fad diet types floating around right now - Intermittent Fasting, Carb Cycling, and Paleo. He's got tips on getting your fat percentage under 10% and maintaining it there for extended periods. And there's also a great chapter on traveling that I may be returning to soon as I get closer to a vacation I've been planning.I wish that these two books had been around when I first started lifting almost 20 years ago. I would say that I wasted almost 15 of those years following the BS programs in magazines promoted by supplement companies and 'juicers.' Adding muscle and getting lean isn't as difficult or complicated as they would have you believe.Now when somebody asks me for advice, I point them first to Bigger Leaner Stronger and then to Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger. I know that they really don't need much else besides those two books to keep the gains coming for years. Whether you want to get a six pack or add a ton of weight to your squat or bench, these are the books you should be picking up.I was compelled to write this review because I want people to buy these books - not because I care that Mike Matthews sells a lot of books (though he seems like a really great guy), but because I feel that these books will help people get into the shape that they've always wanted to be in and get much healthier while doing it.
I have to admit something right off the bat: I put the cart before the horse. After reading the introduction, I found the author, Mike Matthews, admonishes the reader to read his earlier book, 'Bigger, Leaner, Stronger,' before this one, and all the blurbs I saw pointed that this book was actually an elaboration of the former. True, it is, but it is a progression of a well-defined program as well. Fortunately for me, I have read e-books by John Romaniello, Tom Venuto, Jonathan Bailor, (as well as numerous articles online, including [clearing throat] (Generically) online sport supplements companies), and I feel there are many defining moments (pun intended, sorry ;>) that demonstrate 1.) reassuring concordance 2.) cogent differences, and 3.) plenty of evidence for his arguments and counter-arguments for many approaches and aspects to advanced bodybuilding.What makes this book so special is that it is such smooth reading and so thorough on subjects both exhausted and barely touched by other authors. Maybe I should allow you to peruse the table of contents and see for yourself, but I was particularly struck by the complete assemblage he takes for such topics as "breaking through a plateau," "eating and exercise while traveling," "How to Complete Fat Loss After Achieving Low Body Fat?". Specifically, he's great at offering systematic approaches to raising carbs and calories at key times. He has, for instance, multiple "cutting strategies," with sympathetic suggestions for curbing the symptoms of low-carb training.DO the math: IT all adds up: One of my first objections is that a diet and exercise programs can't have a one-size-fits-all protocols for calories and exercise. He gives multiple approaches to diet and exercise, and one equation he offers that I haven't seen elsewhere are ratios for keeping your muscles proportionate to one another. It's an old formula, but no one else has brought it to my attention.If I wanted to place one objection, I was going to say, on an end, downer note, Mike Matthews starts to sell us his own line of supplement products, but he answers our objections here, too, without too much rancor. Before you roll your eyes (and most of you readers are undoubtedly devoted Mike Matthews' followers--if the response he gets is any indication), he makes the case--like many others--that his products have effective doses, little or no fillers, and scientific proof to back up the results. I've done some comparison shopping online, and his assertions about his supplement line are honest and accurate.One final point (as if I needed to filibuster here anyway), just a cursory look at his citations at the end, you'll find 277 references from books, articles, and publications to back up his myriad of bodybuilding information for the dedicated gym rat looking to go to the next level.
Was not expecting such an honest, real, and straight forward book with zero BS to be released these days but this was one took me for surprise and I couldnt be more satisfied with the product. Ive been lifting for a good ten years or so and thought i knew everything there was to know but this book and BLS showed me I had much to learn and improve on. If you have reached any type of wall or plateau in your training, or you no longer find find joy or satisfaction from your workouts, this book will start you on a new and improved journey of growth and progress. Really happy i decided to pick these books up, i now have the correct and necessary tools for years of continual training.
I got really good results from the BBLS program, even better than 5/3/1. My bench went from 265 to 295 in 12 weeks; overhead went from 140 to 155, deadlift went from 385 to 425, and squat went from 285 to 300. The volume is relatively low, but the weight stays really heavy, so there is a lot of down-time during the workouts when you're resting between sets. If you're using to a cross-training or superset/drop-set style bodybuilding program you're likely to get bored. Since the weight is fairly heavy (lots of sets with 80-95% of your 1RM), you're going to definitely need those deload weeks. Heavy weight and big strength gains means occasional joint pain, so be sure not to skip the mobility work if you follow this program.