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Anyone have gold medal bodies floor 2?
Torrent link would be great.
Would be great if someone share STRENGTH: Barbell Training Essentials by Joe DeFranco!!
Some conversions from the original format to PDF do not work so well so here is JS in ePub and mobi format
Anyone have a version where table of contents that link to chapter and sub-chapter headings (its a huge book and would make it easier to navigate)?
If you have the original then try using A-PDF Password Security or A-PDF Restrictions Remover to allow editing of file and then delete personal info using Infix PDF Editor (Replace All function - copy the text to the find box and then don't put anything in the Replace box and use Replace All) This should keep the PDFs bookmarks.
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Anyone have the above DVD's and PDF's by Smitty and DeFranco
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Does anyone have these books?
1. High-Performance Training for Sports (Dan Lewindon, David Joyce)
2. The Science of Running - How to find your limit and train to maximize your performance (Steve Magness)
3. Girth Control (Alan Aragon)
I'm buying High-Performance Training for Sports by Lewindon and Joyce. If you want you can buy one of the other two books and doing an exchange!
I think this is the same thing as his book. This link to his old blog has most of the info also: http://magstraining.tripod.com/
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I've lost about 40 kgs of fat and gained a pretty fair amount of muscle with the mentioned combination, and that's why I recommend it.
First of all, I got into a ketogenic diet (the most well known is the Atkins diet but there are several others), which is a diet that restricts carbohydrate intake to practically zero and allows you to eat big amounts of fats and protein. For more information, google it or try to get "The Ketogenic Diet", by Lyle McDonald, it's pretty informative and complete.
At the very same time I started some cardio. In my case, I used to walk about 2 hours a day (still doing it 5 years latter), or to run my bicycle (now my bike is broken), but you could run or do whatever you're into, as far as you do at least half an hour per day and increase that until you reach an hour daily or more.
Then, once I lost a few pounds, I started Convict Conditioning, which is a program that allows you to train at home without equipment. Just now the results are starting to be quite noticeable for others, but for my they were way earlier, and I felt stronger and healthier quickly after I started.
This all comes from my personal experience and learning, I don't claim it's the best way to lose fat and gain muscle but it's a cheap one and it works. Of course, the fat lose can come quickly but the muscle gain takes a lot more. Don't be looking for shortcuts, it's better to give things the time they need as you learn to maintain a healthy body and mind in the process. Also, read a lot on this matters and inform yourself all you can, so you can discern the good advice from the shitty one and make the right choices.
Good luck, ask all you need.
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