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Jose & Fighter Diet Men's Guide

Testimonial from Jose David

"Thank you Fighter Diet and Pauline Nordin  for your input, your time, and your knowledge! I just turned 45 years young last month and feeling better than ever!"

Jose used the Fighter Diet principals and workouts from the Fighter Diet Men's guide and now we have a CHALLENGE FOR MEN


Fighter Diet 12 week Challenge for MEN

Is this YOU?

* You can't get rid of the belly covering your abs

* Your muscles lack definition

* You eat healthy but still look soft
* You've tried tons of programs and all they do is make you hungry or tired

IM SO ALPHA and FIGHTER DIET for MEN JOIN FORCES to bring you a 12 week transformation challenge with Mike Rashid & Pauline Nordin. Get ripped for summer! This is YOUR CHANCE, TAKE IT!


Think Fighter Diet is all about girl power? Well you thought wrong.

It’s true Pauline knows a thing or two about women's health and fitness, but her FD concept can be applied to any "body" male or female. To bring a little focus back on the Y chromosome, she's created the Men's Guide to Fighter Diet.

An excellent ebook, the Men’s Guide is a Fighter Diet Concept book, workout plan and meal plan all wrapped into one.

One section could also be considered the nutshell version of Cardio for Leanness. In fact, for that reason, you could think of the Men’s Guide as the male version (though even more in-depth) of Fighter Diet Extreme. This guide is about getting buff and lean though, not just weight loss. The meal plans here are selected from FDXR and include a low, medium, and high calorie range suitable for most men. If the levels don’t work for you, you can learn how to easily adjust them.

What else makes this great for men? Besides the no fuss discussion of everything from body composition to what you need in the kitchen, certain sections are of particular concern to men:

What is Testosterone, and Why is it Beneficial for Training Results?
Let’s Talk About Anabolic Steroids
Sharing the Gym with the Ladies*
*From the perspective of a female lifter, this section alone is worth it. And though it specifically discusses concerns women have with men at the gym, it could also easily be titled “Gym Etiquette 101”.

Some other highlights discussed are:

Measuring progress
Strength training – tips for being successful
Supplement facts
The Mind Game
Are you thinking about competing?