Men’s Health The Body You Want in the Time You Have: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Leaner and Building Muscle with Workouts that Fit Any Schedule

The former fitness editor of Men’s Health magazine presents the ultimate no-excuses workout book for time-pressed men and women at every fitness level.

For most people, the hardest hurdle to overcome in following a fitness regimen is simply finding the time to do it. But as this book shows, it is possible to burn fat, build muscle, and stay fit–no matter how much (or little) time one has! That’s the promise fitness expert Myatt Murphy makes in this cutting-edge new exercise guide–the first book that offers a wide range of workouts catered to any schedule.

Workouts are organized by how many days a week individuals have to exercise, and subdivided into 10-, 20-, 30-, 45-, and 60-minute exercise blocks. There are four variations on each of the above regimens–one for building lean muscle, one for weight loss, one for muscle power, and one that gives the best of all three. All in all, there are 120 workout choices, each specifically created to match the exerciser’s current goals! Murphy shows how to complete any workout in a time-efficient way and how to compensate for limited time with different exercises that will keep muscles challenged. More than 250 photographs illustrate the exercises, and sound nutritional tips round out this all-new approach to fitness–destined to be the workout bible for countless busy people.

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2 Responses to Men’s Health The Body You Want in the Time You Have: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Leaner and Building Muscle with Workouts that Fit Any Schedule

  1. Self-help junkie says:

    Nice one! What a brilliant idea! The title says it all. Figure out how many days you can set aside to work-out this week (1? 2? 3? all the way up to every day!) and then figure out how much time you can set aside in each day to work out (10 minutes? all the way up to 60 minutes). Then simply turn to the page of the book that has the appropriate combination of days per week and time per day (e.g. 20 minutes twice a week) and pick one of four work-outs: one to get leaner, one to build muscle, one…

  2. Lofta says:

    Concise but thorough, just what I wanted My bog-standard gym program was going nowhere. So I ordered this figuring I would make my own program, but thankfully, there’s no need cause the author does it all for you.What I really like is that he covers EVERY base, grouped into simple choices.1. what kind of physique do you want (lean/toned/big/balanced)2. how many days can you work out per week (from 1/2/3/4/5/6/7 days(!))3. how long can you work out per session (from 10/15/20/30/45/60 mins)And…