Weight Training Books: Strength Training Program 101 + Strength Training Nutrition 101 (Strength Training 101)

By | November 7, 2019

A top selling book on the best weight training strategies for more muscle, less fat…combined with the secret to maintaining clean eating!

Do you get bored with your training program too soon because the results don’t come quickly enough – or at all?

Are you fed-up with boring, bland diets that get you nowhere?

Are you frustrated at looking in the mirror and seeing the out of shape reflection?

It ain’t your fault, there’s so much confusing advice in the health and fitness industry when it comes to exercise and nutrition that we don’t know who to believe.

Fitness magazines bring out endless different training programs, we hear about a new fad diet every other week, and there are countless garbage supplements on the market promising the world.

This special two books bundle shows you that building lean muscle, burning bodyfat and developing an athletic, awesome physique isn’t as complicated as you would believe.

Strength Training Program 101: Build Muscle & Burn Fat…In Less Than 3 Hours Per Week

delivers the most effective weight training strategies to achieve results quickly in the gym.

Strength Training Nutrition 101: Build Muscle & Burn Fat Easily…A Healthy Way of Eating You Can Actually Maintain

backs this up with solid, proven nutritional advice that’s easy to follow – and will make the most of your efforts once you step outside of the gym.

Author Marc McLean is an online personal training and nutrition coach with almost two decades of experience in strength training. He shares his top exercise and nutritional strategies to help men and women become stronger, healthier, better versions of themselves.


Strength Training Program 101

, Marc pulls together his most effective exercise and training secrets. They’re delivered along with a simplified formula that allows you to easily create your own strength training programs.

Book 2,

Strength Training Nutrition 101

, delivers a simplified strategy on what to eat, when, and what to avoid to get the best results from your strength training program. It’s a sensible, do-able, manageable nutrition guide for men and women who lift weights and want to maximise their gym efforts.


A free exercise demonstration e-book with high quality pictures and instructions, such as common mistakes to avoid, is available to download for every reader. The author is also giving away a free report detailing the all-natural supplements he uses to help boost his performance in the gym, enhance recovery, improve sleep, develop muscle, stay lean and maintain optimal health overall.

Buy your copy today to get started on creating a leaner, stronger, healthier version of you.

Great REVIEWS – READ THEM and Check out the SPECIAL!

Lose that big disgusting BELLY!


Anonymous on 11/07/2019 at 17:56.

A great place to get started with strength training I haven’t done any significant strength training in years and wanted to start again (mostly to decrease fat and increase energy), but I figured I should do some research first and put together a plan. This book is a nice, quick, entertaining read that really helped me get started. There is a link in the book that allows you to download a pdf booklet of photos of the author performing all of the exercises, and I can open it in the kindle app on my phone and easily access it at the gym for…

Anonymous on 11/07/2019 at 18:14.

Putting it all into practice I’ve tried weight training before and never really got anywhere so I bought these to properly educate myself this time! The first book focuses more on the work in the gym (exercises, training programs, staying motivated etc.) and I’ll be honest I’d never actually heard of some of the exercises before. I would have liked pictures of these in the book – but to be fair, the author offers you a bonus exercise demo guide at the end. I learned a lot in the second book about figuring out how much…

Anonymous on 11/07/2019 at 18:42.

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