Metabolic Surge Bodyweight Training by Nick Nilsson
Rapid Fat Loss and Muscle Building with No Equipment

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Metabolic Surge Bodyweight Training is for anyone looking for an intense workout that can be done with little or no equipment. With this book you'll be focusing on exercises that utilize your bodyweight and simple equipment found in your home, such as chairs and broomsticks. It’s an extraordinarily powerful and highly-targeted program of diet and exercise designed to accomplish two things:

1.) Strip away body fat as quickly as possible.
2.) Retain and build muscle mass.

This unique and groundbreaking fat-loss program uses your own body fat to provide energy for building muscle, practically doubling the speed of fat loss. Every part of the program builds on the next to make the whole program far greater than the sum of the parts.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Nick Nilsson, "The Mad Scientist" of the fitness world, is a renowned personal trainer, body builder, and professional fitness writer who has written for Men's Fitness, Reps Magazine, Muscle & Fitness and hundreds of fitness websites all over the internet. He is recognized throughout the fitness world as an innovator and pioneer of groundbreaking methods for building muscle and strength fast. His degree in physical education covers advanced biomechanics, physiology and kinesiology.
 

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Nick Nilsson, "The Mad Scientist" of the fitness world, is a renowned personal trainer, body builder, and professional fitness writer who has written for Men's Fitness, Reps Magazine, Muscle & Fitness and hundreds of fitness websites all over the internet. He is recognized throughout the fitness world as an innovator and pioneer of groundbreaking methods for building muscle and strength fast. His degree in physical education covers advanced biomechanics, physiology and kinesiology.
 
Published September 20, 2011 by Price World Publishing. 167 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting.

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