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Saturday, June 20th, 2020
From: Mike Matthews

Dear Friend,

No matter how old you are, no matter how bad you might think your genetics are, and no matter how lost you might feel after trying and abandoning past diets and workout programs . . .

. . . you absolutely, positively can have the lean, muscular, and powerful body that you dream about, and you’re about to learn how.

What if I gave you a science-based, doctor-approved formula of eating and exercising that makes adding 10 to 15 pounds of lean muscle while also shedding handfuls of unwanted body fat a breeze . . .

. . . and what if you could see dramatic results in the mirror in just the first 30 days?

What if I showed you how to build your best body ever without starving and depriving yourself, putting in long hours at the gym, or doing grueling workouts that leave you feeling beaten up and burned out?

And what if I promised to be at your side the entire way, helping you overcome obstacles, avoid pitfalls, and discover what you’re truly capable of?

Would you like my help?

If you answered “Yes!” then you’ve taken a leap, not a step, toward the new you—the thinner, leaner, stronger you who loves her body, inside and out.

Your journey begins as soon as you download these free resources, which includes . . .

  • A savable, shareable, printable reference guide with all key takeaways, exercises, checklists, and action items from the bestselling fitness book for women Thinner Leaner Stronger.
  • Links to form demonstration videos for all Thinner Leaner Stronger exercises.
  • An entire year's worth of Thinner Leaner Stronger workouts neatly laid out and provided in several formats, including PDF, Excel, and Google Sheets.
  • 10 Thinner Leaner Stronger meal plans that make losing fat and gaining lean muscle as simple as possible.
  • A list of my favorite tools for getting and staying motivated and on track inside and outside of the gym.
  • And more.

So, if you’re ready to do workouts you like, eat foods you love, and have the body you really want, download this free bundle of tools, tips, and tactics and now.

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If you want to use strength training for aesthetics, Mike is your source. Read this book, and read mine too, and come away with what you need to know. The rest will be up to you.

Mark Rippetoe

Author of Starting Strength: Basic Barbell Training and Practical Programming for Strength Training

Mike Matthews stands alone in the fitness space. His books are based on scientific research and real-world results. Thinner Leaner Stronger can change your life.

Strauss Zelnick

"America's Fittest CEO" and author of Becoming Ageless: The Four Secrets to Looking and Feeling Younger Than Ever

Nobody cuts through the fitness and nutrition confusion and clutter like Mike Matthews. And in Thinner Leaner Stronger, he draws on a powerful combination of time in the trenches and hard-core research to give you the straight talk about what actually works.

This book is easy to read and incredibly effective. I highly recommend.

Ben Greenfield

CEO Kion & New York Times bestselling author of Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life

Mike has written the encyclopedia of body recomposition for the twenty-first century. A great book and a must-buy for beginners looking to get their feet wet.

Martin Berkhan

Fitness coach, pioneer, and author of The Leangains Method

In Thinner Leaner Stronger, Mike takes us back to the fundamentals of losing fat and building muscle__time-tested and science-backed strategies that have been obscured by a rising tide of popular hype and pseudoscience.

The good news: it doesn't have to be that hard!

Alex Hutchinson

Author of the New York Times bestseller Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance