Eat Like a Pig. Get Shredded. The Carb Back-Loading diet could provide the Holy Grail of packing on mass without adding fat.
That’s me in the picture…no not the picture of the cherry turnover, the guy with the six pack and killer bod.
Maybe I should display a bit of humility, but I’m damn proud of how I look, because I didn’t always look this good.
At this point, I should be starting my sales pitch, but I’ll be honest with you, I don’t have time to write a huge, sprawling sales letter. Like so many other pioneers in this industry, selling is not my business: doing is. Working with clients, discovering and applying cutting edge systems doesn’t leave time for a lot of smoke-blowing. I bet you’re busy too, so I won’t waste your time.
I did. I watched everything I put in my mouth and my eating schedule displayed Swiss-precision timing. I would never eat the foods I loved — like the cherry turnover above — and I never dared miss a feeding, fearing the rumble, irritability and nausea of an empty stomach. In short…
These days, I only get to the gym three times a week if I’m lucky. I’m building a business and working with athletes across the globe. I don’t have time to spare.
My background as a physicist keeps me hungry for knowledge. I’m always reading a medical journal to stay on top of my game and while researching a random vein of interest…
I stumbled upon an integral component of the way to stay lean and enhance every aspect of training — strength, size, aesthetics — with almost no effort.
I don’t eat on a schedule anymore. I make gains in the gym with little effort, even training a total of 3 hours a week; I eat cherry turnovers, hamburgers and fries, ice cream and cheesecake and guess what?
After spending a few years perfecting the eating strategy, I finally put it all into a single book with everything you need to live like you want, enjoy life and look like a fitness model all year, while still achieving new goals in the gym.
And that’s it. That’s all I have to tell you. Everything you could want is in the book. It’s one of the most heavily researched and referenced diet books in the world, bar none. My only goal for this…