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Bodybuilding: The Hardgainer Transformation: Step By Step Program On Training, Cardio and Nutrition (Bodybuilding For Beginners, Weight Training, Weight Lifting, Bodybuilding Workouts, Gain Mass)


Are You Having A Hard Time Gaining Weight, But Still Want To Put On Muscle?

Then This Guide Is Perfect For You!

This book is devoted to the questions and needs of hardgainers. It contains everything you need to know in order to add strength and muscle, even as a hardcore “ectomorph”.

Follow this guide and you will learn how to turn your hardgainer disadvantage into an advantage.

Part 1 will show you exactly what exercises you need to build muscle as a hardgainer:

– What you need to know about Cardio as a Hardgainer

– 3 different Workout Programs for Beginners, Intermediates, and Advanced Trainees

– Each exercise includes picture and detailed explanation

Part 2 is all about Nuitrition. It includes:

– 2 Hardgainer Meal Plans show you exactly what you need to eat (Normal and Vegetarian)

– The Secret Weapons of a Hardgainer

– 5 Tips To Help You Stay Consistent With Your Diet

No Fluff or Bro Science! With this Guide you will build Muscle faster than ever!

Buy This Guide And Get Ready For Some Serious Muscle Growth

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David Alberto says:

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Anonymous says:

Just for the readers out there, I am sharing my impressions with the book after reading it. Not my results because I have yet to begin my workout plan. All I can say is that the listed exercises look very promising for a newbie like me. It starts very simple talking about two major topics – training and nutrition. Within these two parts, the guide slowly introduces the different exercises. It is straight to the point with illustrations and a short snippet of instructions. The lack of fluff…

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