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Strength Training Nutrition 101: Build Muscle & Burn Fat Easily...A Healthy Way Of Eating You Can Actually Maintain (Strength Training 101) Paperback – April 30, 2017
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Want To Make The Most Of Your Weight Training Workouts? You’ve Got To Get Your Nutrition Right…
The fitness world is crazily confusing with countless diets out there claiming to be the best.
Low-carb, sky-high protein, keto…it’s hard to figure out what to believe.
Then there are countless crappy supplements promising the world – and all sorts of advice being thrown at you about macronutrients, micronutrients...blah, blah, blah.
Wouldn’t you rather just cut out the bull**** and learn a straightforward weight training diet that’ll help you gain lean muscle, keep your bodyfat levels low, and maintain good health?
This is it.
Strength Training Nutrition 101: Build Muscle & Burn Fat Easily...A Healthy Way Of Eating You Can Actually Maintain is a sensible, manageable nutrition guide for men and women who lift weights.
Written by Marc McLean, an online personal training and nutrition coach with 20 years’ worth of experience in weight training, Strength Training Nutrition 101 is a masterplan for maximising your workout efforts.
- A simplified strategy on what to eat, when, and what to avoid to get the best results from your strength training workouts.
- An easy-to-follow dietary approach that doesn’t ban all your favourite foods.
- The low-down on calories, protein, carbs and fats – taking away all the confusion.
- 7 Golden Rules of Clean Eating.
- Best food choices pre and post-workout to help you develop a leaner, stronger body.
- Which natural supplements can give you the edge – and ones to avoid.
- ...and so much more.
It’s about getting all the important stuff right and building a solid nutritional foundation for sculpting a lean, athletic body.
The bottom line is that sticking with good nutrition should be easy to follow - and never actually feel like a ‘diet’.
Order your copy today to help take your strength training workout results to the next level.
About the Author
- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1st edition (April 30, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 147 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1546324143
- ISBN-13 : 978-1546324140
- Item Weight : 7.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.34 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #193,877 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #1,300 in Weight Loss Diets (Books)
- #1,782 in Other Diet Books
- #2,255 in Exercise & Fitness (Books)
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Also, the spacing and number of words on each page was almost laughable; it really looks like a book you'd find a third-grader reading. The grammar is terrible (it was clearly never edited). There is a lot of information that is repeated, as if trying to fill up pages to make it seem more legitimate (I definitely would not have bought it if it was only 50 pages long, which is probably generous if it were printed with standard formatting). All of this speaks to credibility in my mind (or the lack thereof).
I would look elsewhere if you're after a more in-depth and credible look into nutrition.
"Are you struggling to lose weight? Annoyed at the lack of muscle definition? Fed up with eating "lowfat" foods and still fat?" kinda stuff. That's not the back of the book, that's the 3rd chapter. At one point he just starts listing 5 pages worth of his favorite smoothie recipes. Also, some of his advice on soluble fat is contradicting. At first he says it's good, but then a page later he says to stay away and that science hasn't determined whether or not it's good. Some of the material is also pretty repetitive. He explains sugars, which to eat and which to avoid, why bad sugars are bad for you, but this takes up half a chapter, then he starts a whole new chapter all about it, repeating alot of the same information. I couldn't count how many times hes told us sodas are bad and eat vegetables. It's still worth the read if you know little to nothing about nutrition and want to learn, it's very informative, but just be aware that there's a ton of filler material here.
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Three years ago I suffered constant pain, hobbled when I walked , had greatly interrupted nights and was fearful when not in sight of a lavatory.
A nutritionist put me right. I now sleep well, have no pain, am happy to undertake 10 mile walks and have no problems with my digestive system.
That nutritionist was not Mac McLean, but it could have been – because he offers the same advice. Regardless of whether you want to lift weights (as it happens – I do !) – anyone who follows this advice will feel better.
It’s just sensible. But Marc provides psychological and scientific backing for this common sense.
I think the chapter on gut health could usefully have less science and more emphasis on actual foods, rather than theoretical foods.
Overall – an excellent guide to eating well
Very very basic information aimed at beginners to training and as it was only 83 pages definitely not worth over £10
Straight up information with no nitty gritty, it's definitely cleared up a few things I wasn't too sure about.