Scrawny to Brawny: The Complete Guide to Building Muscle the Natural Way

By | February 12, 2019

A state-of-the-art weight-lifting and nutritional blueprint for “skinny” guys who want to pack on muscle

Let’s face it, naturally skinny guys are at a distinct genetic disadvantage when it comes to building muscle mass. But with the proper advice, these “hardgainers” definitely can realize their fitness goals. In Scrawny to Brawny, the authors draw on their years of practical experience as private strength and nutrition coaches to provide hardgainers with: 

   • A progressive, state-of-the-art program that optimizes results with shorter, less frequent workouts that maximize compound exercises 
   • A unique, action-based perspective on nutrition that shows how to prepare quick muscle-building meals and snacks-and how to take advantage of several critical times in the day when muscle growth can be stimulated by food intake 
   • Vital information on how to identify and fix any weak links in their physiques that may be precursors to injury 

Designed not only for frustrated adult hardgainers but also–with its strong anti-steroid message–a terrific book for the large teen market, Scrawny to Brawny fills a significant gap in the weight-lifting arsenal.

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2 Comments

Anonymous on 02/12/2019 at 13:21.

The title is a promise. “Scrawny to Brawny” is better than surgery. This book for real and true changed my life.It’s math. It’s real science.It is for one type of guy and it’s a minority: The Ectomorph, The Hard Gainer.That’s me but you’d never know it now. 7 years after I bought this thing, no one knows I used to be built like a tootsie pop.This book changed how I thought about everything, from my physical make up (fast twitch muscle fibers) to how I viewed food. The meal plans here are easy and real, there’s an entire section…

Anonymous on 02/12/2019 at 13:35.

S2B seems easy enough. Eat more S2B seems easy enough. Eat more. Train less.The thing is this- if you’re already training, this will be an adjustment for you. If you’ve never trained, it’ll be easier for you.The principle of this book is looking at exercise in a different way. It takes conventional training and tosses it out the window. When I started this book I had started training 6 months prior. I’m a surfer guy who’s tall and lanky. In the 6 months prior, I had gained 8 pounds.I went…

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