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Nutrition Guide

Rather than having to follow a ridiculously restrictive diet, wouldn’t it be awesome if I could teach you how to set up your own diet to burn fat and build muscle in a fast and predictable manner?

What Is This Guide, And Why Should I Care...?

How would you like to burn off unwanted fat and fuel growth of jaw-dropping lean muscle while eating the foods you want?

Rather than having to follow a ridiculously restrictive diet, wouldn’t it be awesome if I could teach you how to set up your own diet to burn fat and build muscle in a fast and predictable manner?

Wouldn’t it then be even more awesome if I also revealed how to deal with the toughest dieting sticking-point for achieving your fitness goals which most fitness professionals are not talking about?

 All this and more is what you get in my free guide titled The Awesome Nutrition Guide with accompanying email course.

Simply put, the guide is a blueprint or step-bystep solution to setting up your diet in order to build muscle or lose fat so you can get the body you want!

So if that sounds interesting to you, then put in your email and get the guide!

I have been into this fitness thing for quite a while now, actually more than 10 years.

In my experience, most men and women are not interested in getting a body similar to what you see in fitness or bodybuilder magazines.

What they really want is just to maintain a relatively low body fat percentage and having a good amount of proportionate muscle. Most women prefer to call it being slim and toned, but it is pretty much the same.

This kind of body is characterized by having an aesthetically pleasing combination of a decent amount of strength and muscle in right proportions while having a body fat percentage in the lower end – somewhere around 8 – 14 % for men and 18 – 23 % for women.

This kind of body has been called a lot of things: Hollywood physique, yacht bod, or just a lean mucular body and more…

The Hollywood physique especially is a good buzzword to use, because it both sounds cool and give people a clear and easily relatebale example.

It is the kind of body you see famous Hollywood actors have and makes you go:  “wouw”, I too would feel great if I had that kind of body….

This is the look of Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible, Christian Bale in Batman or Daniel Craig in James Bond.

For women, it is, for example, Scarlett Johansson in Avengers or my favorite Ghost In The Shell or Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman.

This body is not about being as big and as ripped as possible and look like a bodybuilder.

You might be asking yourself how it is possible to eat your favorite foods while at the same time burn fat and/or build muscle or even doubting that it can be true.

Your suspicion is understandable, even more so if you like many others have come to view food in terms of either good or bad.

This kind of rationale is what you often see in popular articles/lists titled something like “10 amazing foods that will get you six-pack abs in no time” or “10 bad foods that you need to avoid like the plague if you want a slim body”.

This kind of thinking is problematic and leads to an unnecessary restriction in your food choices. 

The truth is that no food in isolation is good or bad!

You have to instead look at a much bigger picture. It is the combination of all your food choices in other words, your diet that can be either good or bad at getting you a specific outcome or in general ensuring that you have a healthy body.

Getting the body you want while eating what you desire requires a basic understanding of nutrition, and that you adopt a carefully calibrated and fine-tuned approach to the things that matter the most – namely consistency with energy balance and macronutrients.

When you are doing that any great diet has plenty of room for even the “worst” food.

By the way, this is what I teach in the guide.