LGN365 is Here


It’s finally ready for you.

I’ve already contacted the contest winners via email. So congrats to Jason, Ben, Rob, Rhonda, and Алёна!

I’m going to give you a brief overview of what’s included in LGN365 with this video:

In the case you missed the posts from a few days back, here’s exactly what’s in the product:

So now let me tell you a bit about LGN365, and what I’ve put together.

  • Getting Started Guide – This is the main text you need to read before anything else. It’s fairly long (70+ pages) but I felt it necessary to cover everything I needed to. In it I explain my philosophy on fitness, looking great naked, training for fat loss, muscle gain, and general nutrition info you need to be successful when learning how to change your body composition.
  • Fat Loss Manual – Here’s where I go into detail about setting up your diet for fat loss, how to take diet breaks, setting up refeeds (also how to know when you need one), cardio recommendations and 3 different weight training programs suitable for fat loss.
  • Hypertrophy Manual – In this guide, I go into the dietary details you need to know to GROW. I have 4 training programs included. 1 for the minimalistic trainee, one for the aspiring body builder, and then a few middle of the road programs for those who want both strength and size gains over 3-4 days per week.
  • Training Guide and Quick-Tips Manual – this is where you learn all about the training principles I’m teaching you, as well as some quick-tips to help you with your mobility and flexibility.
  • 12 Exercise Demo Videos – you’ll get to see me a WHOLE BUNCH. I go over the main movements in the program, demonstrating how they’re performed, along with a good list of mobility work that I normally do before my own training.
  • Recipe Guide – This is a cool addition from my friend Derek Doepker of ExcuseProofFitness.

5 Interviews with other Fitness Experts – This was one of my favorite pieces of this course to create. The line-up is as follows:

  • JohnRomaniello – We talk about training for fat loss and muscle gain, and various strategies to implement.
  • LeoBabauta – We discuss habits, creating them and maintaining the fitness habit.
  • Alan Aragon – We go over IIFYM, eating for muscle gain, fat loss, and what really matters when it comes to meal frequency (30-minute interview).
  • Roger Lawson – Me and my brotha from anotha motha, go over the Success Mindset – how to prepare yourself for success and how to get back on track when you miss a day or two of training or break your diet.
  • Derek Doepker – Derek and I discuss healthy eating substitutions, as well as how to make fast, easy meals when on the go. He also gives us 5 of his favorite recipes.

If you’d like to buy a copy, I’m running a discount for my birthday month from the 22nd(today) until the 25th. The price between now and Saturday is $65. On midnight of the 25th, the price goes to $85 forever. (more…)

August 8, 2012

Turn Your Fitness Struggles into Strengths

Quote Credit: Gaspari Nutrition // Artwork: JC Deen (http://jcdeen.com/)

The quote above is actually from a bodybuilding magazine we get at the house every month.  I did some Googling and found out it’s originally from Gaspari Nutrition.

As I read it, I couldn’t help but be inspired – inspired to forget about perfection and to focus on action.  All of my life I’ve been an extreme perfectionist – mostly to the point of obsession and for some of the activities I participate in, its quite crippling.

But the quote made me realize that in the end, it doesn’t really matter – what matters most is that I make a concerted effort, along with a congenial flipping of the bird to the world every now and then, and to Just. Keep. Doing. It.  “It” in this sense, is whatever is important to me (and you) and that I continue to do it with fervor and courage.

Some say obsession is my gift while I’ve called it a curse.  I’m still figuring it out.

We All Struggle

A few weeks back, I did a poll of sorts, and asked you what your biggest fitness struggle was.  With close to 50 comments on the article and a ton of personal emails, it’s clear we all have similar issues when it comes to our personal fitness.

The good news is that all of the struggles we’re plagued with are indeed curable with intent to inflict positive change, a willingness to never stop learning, and a solid plan of action – do not forget this part.  Action.

As I went through the comments and emails, I kept seeing a pattern of certain behaviors.  The funny thing is I could relate to every single one at some point in my fitness pursuits.

Today we’re going to talk about each of them, why we’re having the issues, and an idea of how to go about conquering them.

To kick this off, we’ll start with one issue that plagues just about every beginner and even veterans like myself – the problem with consistency. (more…)

November 11, 2011
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