I first started blogging about fitness without any intention of making money. I just wanted to share some tips I’ve learned from over 20 years of training and studying the iron game.
But I eventually encountered some training programs that were actually worth promoting. I believe a diet and training program is the best investment you can make for reaching your fitness goals. I made the mistake of spending hundreds of dollars on supplements and only a fraction of that on information. I had it backwards, and I don’t want you to make the same mistake.
Just to be clear, I do make money when someone buys a program with the links from this blog. And in most cases I get a complimentary copy for review. But I do sincerely believe you’ll find what I endorse to be a good investment if you choose the program that matches your specific goals and needs.
I’m about to describe some of the products I currently endorse. But keep this in mind–there’s no such thing as one perfect diet/training approach. The best choice for you will depend on your own goals, the time you want to put in the gym, available equipment, etc.
Anyway, here are a few of my recommendations.
Muscle/strength building for new trainees (beginners/intermediate):
No Nonsense Muscle Building (2.0) is the program I would recommend to trainees who are less experienced (under two years of training) or just returning after a long layoff.
Advanced Bodybuilding Program (for those who have been training for a few years):
I’d recommend MI40X (Ben Pakulski’s program) for more intermediate to advanced trainees who want to break through plateaus in size and strength.
Program for Athletes
Lean Hybrid Muscle is the program I’d recommend for guys who want to develop their athleticism in addition to size and strength. This is also a good one for trainees who’ve been doing traditional bodybuilding style workouts and want a new challenge.
Bikini Body Workouts has been my top seller as far as women’s programs go.
Fat Loss Programs
I’d recommend the Adonis Golden Ratio program for men who want a complete guide to losing fat and building muscle (exercise, diet, etc.). This customizable program is ideal for those who need to do a little of both in order to build a more aesthetically pleasing physique.
Turbulence Training is the program I would recommend for busy people who want to get results with minimal time in the gym.
Rusty Moore’s Visual Impact Cardio is an excellent, all-around guide for fat loss. This manual is very well written and teaches the art and science of losing fat.