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Monday, August 10th, 2020
From: Mike Matthews

Dear Friend,

If you're struggling to figure out how many calories and macros to eat to lose fat, build muscle, or maintain your physique . . .

. . . or how to convert your numbers into delicious meals you actually want to eat . . .

. . . or how to determine whether your diet is providing enough essential nutrients to optimize your health and performance . . .

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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

I highly, highly recommend Bigger Leaner Stronger. You don't just read it. You do it. And you see immediate changes and results.

Hafthor "The Mountain" Bjornsson

World's Strongest Man champion

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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 buldking 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 betseller Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance