Built for Show: Four Body-Changing Workouts for Building Muscle, Losing Fat, andLooking Good Eno ugh to Hook Up

By | September 10, 2019

Every guy is looking for an edge, some way to get single women his age to notice him more than they do now.

Unfortunately, most guys have absolutely no idea what kind of body automatically flips a girl’s attraction switch. Nate Green does.

Built for Show is the first fitness book to address young guys who don’t want to spend all day in the gym. Green offers four twelve- week workout programs, each with a seasonal theme. The fall and winter workouts add muscle size and strength that’ll show even under layers of clothing. The spring and summer workouts burn fat and chisel the showpiece muscles–creating a lean, cut, beach-ready physique.

But Built for Show is more than just a workout book. It also provides:

· Realistic nutrition advice to feed the muscles and starve the fat without breaking the bank or spending hours in the kitchen
· Tips on dressing right, looking the part, improving your social status, and settling into your new lifestyle
· Quick ways to assess posture, with useful exercises to fix flaws and improve self- presentation, no matter the situation.

The detailed programs include over fifty exercises, illustrated with over one hundred original photos.

Neither a weight-loss guide nor a body- building manual, Built for Show instead reveals to guys exactly what they need to build the body they – and women – want.

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3 Comments

Anonymous on 09/10/2019 at 07:51.

Review from someone who did the entire year-long program Several years ago, at the age of 34 and following a series of traumatic life events, my weight had dropped to 132 pounds (I’m 5’11”). When I started to date the woman who would eventually become my wife, and I found out that her last boyfriend had been in the military, I thought it would be a good idea to get in better shape despite her protests to the contrary. That decision led me to purchase Built for Show, and I credit Nate Green for teaching me the basic of how to actually train in the…

Anonymous on 09/10/2019 at 08:07.

*Perhaps* The best beginner / intermediate guide to weight training. A true game changer. Like any other field; weight training has many books written for it: some great, some ok, some down-right awful. It is safe to say that no one person, resource or publication can claim to be the “be all, end all” authority on the subject.With that being said, this book definitely falls under the “great” category. Perfect for beginners and intermediates (and the vast majority of us fall in that category).The information and advice offered should certainly form the basics…

Anonymous on 09/10/2019 at 08:33.

Excellent! I’m only through the first of four phases right now, so I’ll give four stars out of five, because I can’t say yet how effective the year long program is overall.I’m giving this book four stars though for the excellent workouts provided. My own workout routine had long since become stale and not very challenging. I was extremely happy to find myself challenged by the workouts in this book. More importantly, I find myself really looking forward to going to the gym and looking ahead…

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