The lean muscle diet : a customized nutrition and workout plan-- eat the foods you love to build the body you want and keep it for life!
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Contributors
Aragon, Alan, author.
Published
Emmaus, Pennsylvania : Rodale, [2014].
ISBN
9781623364182 (hardcover), 1623364183 (hardcover)
Physical Desc
xv, 304 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Beachwood Branch - Adult Collection - General613.25 Sch81l 2014 HEALTH REC Available

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Published
Emmaus, Pennsylvania : Rodale, [2014].
Format
Book
Language
English
ISBN
9781623364182 (hardcover), 1623364183 (hardcover)

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"Research shows that although people can lose 5 to 10 percent of their body weight on any given diet, dieting itself is a consistent predictor of future weight gain. Why? At some point, everyone stops dieting. The Lean Muscle Diet solves the sustainability problem while offering immediate results. It's simple: act as if you already have the body you want. If a reader is, say, a 220-pound man who wants to become a muscular 180-pounder, he then uses The Lean Muscle Diet's formula to eat and train to sustain a 180-pound body. The transformation begins immediately, and the results last for life.Lou Schuler, who has sold more than one million copies of his fitness books worldwide, and Alan Aragon, nutrition advisor to Men's Health, have created an eating and "metabolically expensive" exercise plan designed to melt fat while building muscle. the best part? the plan allows readers to eat their favorite foods, no matter how decadent. with full support from Men's Health, The Lean Muscle Diet delivers a simple--and simply sustainable--body transformation plan anyone can use"--,Provided by publisher.
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"The super simple secret to building muscle and burning fat? Act as if you already have the body you want! Research shows that although People can lose 5 to 10 percent of their body weight on any given diet, dieting itself is a consistent predictor of future weight gain. Why? At some point, everyone stops dieting. The Lean Muscle Diet solves the sustainability problem while offering immediate results. It's simple: act as if you already have the body you want. If a reader is, say, a 220-pound man who wants to become a muscular 180-pounder, he then uses The Lean Muscle Diet's formula to eat and train to sustain a 180-pound body. The transformation begins immediately, and the results last for life. Lou Schuler, who has sold more then one million copies of his fitness books worldwide, and Alan Aragon, nutrition advisor to Men's health, have created an eating and "metabolically expensive" exercise plan designed to melt fat while building muscle. The best part? The plan allows readers to eat their favorite foods, no matter how decadent. With full support from Men's Health, The Lean Muscle Diet delivers a simple--and simply sustainable--body transformation plan anyone can use"--,Provided by publisher.

Citations

APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Schuler, L., & Aragon, A. (2014). The lean muscle diet: a customized nutrition and workout plan-- eat the foods you love to build the body you want and keep it for life! . Rodale.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Schuler, Lou and Alan, Aragon. 2014. The Lean Muscle Diet: A Customized Nutrition and Workout Plan-- Eat the Foods You Love to Build the Body You Want and Keep It for Life!. Rodale.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Schuler, Lou and Alan, Aragon. The Lean Muscle Diet: A Customized Nutrition and Workout Plan-- Eat the Foods You Love to Build the Body You Want and Keep It for Life! Rodale, 2014.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Schuler, Lou,, and Alan Aragon. The Lean Muscle Diet: A Customized Nutrition and Workout Plan-- Eat the Foods You Love to Build the Body You Want and Keep It for Life! Rodale, 2014.

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