7 Weeks To Getting RippedThe Ultimate Weight-Free, Gym-Free Training Program!
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SCULPT YOUR ARMS, SHOULDERS, BACK, ABS, LEGS AND BUTT IN JUST 7 WEEKS!
Follow the day-by-day plan in this book and you will finally achieve the body you’ve always wanted. The 7 Weeks to Getting Ripped program takes less than 2 hours per week and doesn’t require any bulky gym equipment, but the workouts have the power to reshape your entire physique.
Packed with clear charts and helpful photos, this book provides everything you need to get in the best shape of your life in just 7 weeks:
• Effective bodyweight exercises
• Fun & challenging fitness games
• Step-by-step instructions
• Valuable nutrition tips
• Easy-to-follow programs
“Jacked,” “buff,” “built,” “cut,” “shredded” and “ripped.” These are all slang for being in shape—really in shape—the physique that guys and gals alike want to attain. Watch any commercial for weight-loss pills or crazy fitness contraptions and you’ll see some dude with six-pack abs, bulging arms and a chiseled chest posing next to a babe with amazing legs, a flat tummy and all the right assets. They smile at the camera and tell you that it’s fast, fun and easy to get ripped in just weeks with some incredible diet pill or the BellyRipper2000. You know they’re pulling your leg, right? Usually, these models have never even seen the product they’re pitching before the video shoot.
So, who do you believe? Should you trust the companies that spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on infomercials? Should you put all your faith in a miracle fat-burning pill? Are you only going to get results if you pay hundreds of dollars a month to a personal trainer?
You know the real answer—it’s been there all along and is even easier than you think.Trust your body. Get active, eat healthy and get ripped—that’s it.
To most people, building a workout routine is a mystery. Should you do heavy weights and low reps or light weights and high reps? Should you work in supersets or target muscles? Upper body or lower
body? Kettlebells, sprints, squats, stairs, pyramids, yadda yadda yadda.
There are more ways to work out than you can count, and they all have their benefits. If you pick up any fitness magazine you’ll learn about different “must do” exercises that sometimes conflict with other routines in that same issue! How on earth can you make sense of the information overload and develop an efficient way to get the ripped results you want? Since you’re reading this, you no longer have to.
Here’s some good news:You can get ripped in as little as seven weeks by following a simple program of easy-to-do bodyweight exercises and equally simple nutritional guidelines.The even better news is that you don’t need any expensive gadgets, a gym membership or even a personal trainer.You’re holding in your hands a book devoted to taking the mystery out of getting ripped and showing you step by step how to attain the body you want.
Here’s the show-stopping news: 7 Weeks to Getting Ripped contains “the perfect exercise.”That’s right, the holy grail of any bodyweight routine—one singular exercise that conditions almost every muscle in your body and shreds your physique like nothing you’ve ever done before. It’s not for the meek, but I can guarantee you won’t find it anywhere else because we invented it.That exercise is called the J-Up and it’s hiding out on page 107. (Go ahead and look, I’ll hold your place here until you get back.)
The rule of thumb for any lifestyle modification is that it takes anywhere from 7 to 14 days to create a new routine, and this book will make it as easy as possible to get started—and succeed.Your success depends on building a sustainable routine that’s familiar, comfortable and repeatable. Working out is hard enough without having to get up early to drive to the gym, remember how to use complicated machines and figure out your daily workout (not to mention locating your membership card!).You can get an incredible full-body workout right in the comfort of your home, saving yourself precious time and gas by not traveling to the gym.You don’t even need an expensive rack of dumbbells, bars or how-to DVDs—all you need is your body (you have one of those, right?), a pull-up bar, and maybe a ball or two. We’ll get to those later in the games.
Did I mention GAMES? Absolutely. Who said fitness couldn’t be fun? Heck, fitness should be fun, otherwise it’s just a reason to get tired, sore and sweaty.That’s not the way to create a sustainable routine for success and, frankly, it’s just not that enjoyable. Don’t get me wrong, I like working out (or marathons, triathlons and stuff like that) but if you can have fun and get fit at the same time, why wouldn’t you?