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Shelby Starnes is a Pussy…but being jacked is cool.

Yeah, he might be jacked:

and yeah, he might have an encyclopedic knowledge of nutrition, be on the Q&A and have a log at EliteFTS.som…and yeah, he might  help people get in sick shape super fast:

Super strong fatass...to super strong....jacked-ass?

 and be really f-ing strong (just read the log)…..but he’s still a pussy. Here’s the proof, (in regards to lat pulldowns), “I always wear straps. If that makes me a pussy, that is fine.“- Lean Gain Principles pg. 33 ….proof positive Mr. Starnes you are a total puss…now turn in your man-card…

Personal note: Shelby,  please don’t find me and pummel the shit out of me. K? Thanks.

 Shelby and Steve Colescott teamed up to write the Lean Gain Principles E-book. Which you can and should buy at EliteFTS. But only if your into getting jacked without becoming Jabba the Hutt.

If you prefer the internet forum stupidity of, “I’m on a dirty bulk”..which translated means, “I’m a lazy, fat-ass, who’s going to eat everything in sight cause I have no self-control and don’t want to admit that I can’t stop myself from eating entire pizzas and buckets of ice cream daily and I never really intend on being disciplined enough for long enough to lean out”…this fine publication is not for you.

 

Lean Gain Principles goes over every aspect of  bodybuilding off-season diet. Some topics include; what to expect during the offseason, what carb rotation is, sample diets, pre, during and post workout protocols and even food prep and basic training information.

Essentially, for the price of one of those pizzas and about an hour of your time (the book is easy to read and only 41 pages long), you get all the info you would need to construct a comprehensive off-season plan. 

What’s best about LGP is it’s honest. Shelby and Steve don’t blow smoke up your ass…I read somewhere once before that the biggest lie in the fitness industry is how every diet and exercise book starts with some variation of the line, “it’s not your fault”.

Ummmm…..yeah, you won’t find that in here. In fact they destroy that BS right up front,

“Despite what you may read in every muscle magazine, the road to a champion physique is a slow, arduous one. You are not going to build twenty-inch arms after two years of training. You will not go from obese to having six-pack abs in three weeks. You will not add a hundred pounds to your bench press after four weeks of training with bands. It is not just unlikely, it just plain ain’t gonna happen. You have been lied to, but the truth is…you should have known better.”

They also cover things that are often overlooked like, lifting heavy weights…that whole progressive overload thing…it’s important. As well as goal setting, smart programming (that means you probably don’t need 100 sets of chest fly variations in a workout) and one of the most overlooked aspects, variety in training.

“The more adamantly set on your longtime favorite way of training, the more you have to gain from trying something radically different“.-LGP pg.27   

If you’re looking for a real-world, honest approach to gaining muscle while still looking like you lift weights (ie. not the fat guy with big forearms) pick up Lean Gain Principles, well worth the investment… 

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