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Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Advanced Guide to Building Muscle, Staying Lean, and Getting Strong (The Build Muscle, Get Lean, and Stay Healthy Series)


If you want to build as much muscle as naturally possible…be able to bench press, squat, and deadlift gargantuan amounts of weight…and maintain a ripped, beach-ready physique year round…then you want to read this book.
If you’ve been lifting weights for any period of time, you’ve probably wondered…
What does it really take to make the jump from a “good” physique…from being “kinda strong”…from looking “athletic”…to having an outstanding looking, extraordinarily strong, ripped body that just makes people say “WOW”?
You know…the type of body that makes people wonder if you’re on steroids or just a genetic freak.
The type of body that fills you with self-confidence and pride of achievement.
The type of body that most of us guys dreamed of having before we ever touched a weight.
Well, this book was written to show you exactly how to make it through the “intermediate lifter” phase smoothly, with an incredible physique to show for it, and then continue to make gains and enjoy your training as an advanced lifter.
Furthermore, this is not an updated version or rehash of Bigger Leaner Stronger. It’s a true sequel–it builds on the principles taught in Bigger Leaner Stronger and takes your knowledge to the next level.
Here’s a “sneak peek” of what you’ll find inside Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger…How to accurately pinpoint the weak points in your physique that, when corrected, dramatically improve your proportions and overall aestheticsThe science of proper training periodization with a program specifically built for intermediate and advanced weightliftersWhole-body mobility routines that will not only help prevent injury, but improve performance as well8 scientifically proven ways to break through weightlifting plateau.Exactly how to get shredded (6 to 7% body fat) without frying your muscles or sanity.How to maintain single-digit body fat percentages year-round with ease…and still make gains in the gymIn-depth guides to various popular dieting styles like intermittent fasting, carb cycling, and PaleoAnd more…Simply put, Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger is nearly 300 pages of neatly organized dietary and training lessons, insights, and principles…backed by decades of anecdotal evidence and over 250 scientific studies…and 100% geared toward helping you push your body to its genetic potential in size, performance, and aesthetics.
With this book you’ll also get a free 175-page bonus report from the author called The Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger Challenge. In this bonus report, you’ll find product recommendations, a full year’s worth of workouts, recipes from the author’s cookbooks, and more!
Buy this book today and learn what most guys will never know about building extraordinary amounts of muscle and tremendous strength while staying lean…and all without superhuman genetics, living in the gym, or using steroids.


Peter Goutis says:

All You Need to Know This is the book I’ve been waiting for. I’ve slowly (through much trial and error) discovered what works for me through years and years of lifting. And, no surprise, it’s pretty much what Mike said in his first book.And then I started to slowly change my workouts for various reasons. And again, my workouts that I’ve come up with are really similar to what he’s teaching in his new book here.This new book, Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger, delves into so much more than just…

Mario Russo says:

Outstanding follow up to Bigger, Leaner, Stronger and a must have, even for a beginner, in my opinion Even if you are an advanced bodybuilder, I would read Bigger, Leaner, Stronger first. I ran across Michael Matthew’s site by accident, just researching something about working out when I was trying to put a program together for myself. Of course, when reading the articles on his site, his books are advertised. At first, I’d just close them all and continue looking at different stuff. The thing is, I read so many people’s rants about how great his books were, I finally just said what the…

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