Men’s Health Your Body Is Your Barbell: No Gym. Just Gravity. Build a Leaner, Stronger, More Muscular You in 28 Days!

With Men’s Health Your Body Is Your Barbell, a reader will have no excuse not to get into the best shape of his or her life…simply, easily, and in just 6 weeks in the convenience of his or her own home.

Metabolic training expert BJ Gaddour, CSCS, whom Men’s Health magazine calls one of the 100 fittest men of all time, has created a remarkably efficient and effective body-transforming workout and nutrition program based on just a handful of simple moves, the Bodyweight Eight. These no-equipment-required exercises are all one needs to build a strikingly symmetrical, perfectly proportioned, and classically beautiful physique, just like BJ’s.

Once readers master each legendary fitness feat with perfect form, they will use BJ’s scalable, step-by-step progressions to go from ground zero to superhero. From these exercise variations, readers can construct hundreds of personalized workouts. Dozens of sample routines are already demonstrated through big, bold how-to photographs within the book and organized by goal, duration, intensity, and targeted body zone. This is the only book a man or woman needs to achieve the body he or she has always wanted anywhere… nd without gear.

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3 Responses to Men’s Health Your Body Is Your Barbell: No Gym. Just Gravity. Build a Leaner, Stronger, More Muscular You in 28 Days!

  1. Samuk says:

    Okay – but This book [Kindle edition] is okay, but it is misleading to say that no equipment is needed. It is extremely difficult to do rows and pullup/chinups without some equipment. Clearly a pull up bar is ideal here, but to suggest that you get a decent level of training by sliding up and down a wall, using friction to create a load, is disingenuous to say the least. That said, it is reasonable training manual for the other six exercises and if you could access easily some form of bar that would…

  2. Brendan Carl Clarke says:

    Far better than I expected Men’s Health seems to have a book on every training method on earth. A lot of them a just repeats of what you find in the magazine and you will have seen it all before. I bought this book at a time when I was WAY too busy to go to an actual gym and I thought it would help me to at laest get some training done until the busy period had passed… Well, after trying the exercises, all the “this is going to be easy” arrogance just fizzled away and I was left wondering why I hadn’t done body…

  3. keith01 says:

    It’s not a bad book but it is another bodyweight training book written … It’s not a bad book but it is another bodyweight training book written by someone who spends their days training wth weights, kettlebells, etc. I know there is nothing wrong with that but how can they honestly say that their system of training works when they have no idea if any of it works.The exercises in the book are okay but nothing new, you can go on the internet and find exactly the same exercises and routines without resorting to spending your money on this book…