5 Reasons To Sign Up For Our FREE Get Strong Ebook

Want to gain lean muscle mass and strength, and get that rock solid body you’ve been looking for?

You’ve come to the right place.

Sign Up For Our FREE 45 Page “How To Get Larger, Stronger, and More Powerful” Ebook($37 Value)

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When you sign up for our FREE ebook, you’ll get:

1. Workouts Designed To Get You Muscular

If you’re a hard gainer, you can use these exercises to help bulk up quickly and easily. They’re specifically designed for guys who struggle to pack on mass.

“I used to always be the ‘skinny guy’ out of my group of friends. Thanks to this program I’ve packed on 20 lbs of muscle in the last 2 months.”

2. Nutrition For Optimal Muscle Gain

You’ll learn how to eat the right quantity of food to gain mass, as well as the foods you should and should NOT be eating.

“I had no idea of the types of food I should be eating until reading this guide.”

3. Workouts On The Go

We hate spending more time in the gym than we have to, so we came up with these great workouts designed for not only busy men, but also for when your traveling.

“Working from the road, it can be tough to find time to workout. This guide is great, and provided me with sound workout plans when I’m on the go.”

4. 5 Tips For Flat Abs

Learn how to successfully get six pack abs, without breaking the bank on expensive and gimmicky products.

“First time I have seen my abs since I was a teenager, thanks alot.”

5. Customized Supplement Plans

Confused about which supplements you should take.

No need to worry, we provide details about the right (and wrong) supplements you should be taking to get the most out of your workouts.

“I’m seeing great results with the supplements you recommended, already lost 10 pounds in the first few weeks.”

29 comments on “Get Strong Ebook”

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    1. Hey Patrick,

      Sure thing. I just sent a copy over to your email address.

      Best to you in the New Year!

  1. Hey Rob, Can I get a copy of your ebook? I’m looking to put on some weight and considering the crazy mass bulking stack.

    Any tips in here on how to take in more calories if I’m someone without a huge appetite normally?
    1. Hey Tyler,

      Sure thing. I just sent a copy over to your email address.

      Yeah, you definitely have to take in more calories than you want if you’re going to gain weight. Eat lots of small meals throughout the day, eating as often as you can, at least 6 times a day.

      Weight gainer shakes can also help.

    1. Hey Joel,

      It is completely free. I just sent a copy over to your email.

      Let me know if you have any questions.

    1. Hey Jason,

      Sure thing. I just sent it to your email.

      Let me know if you have any more questions.

  2. Thanks Rob,
    I am a hard gainer so maybe I’ll stick with it, just thought I might have been better off with 100% whey gold standard. Should I also add muscle advance creatine to my diet?
    Also, taking all of these supplements should allow me to work out on consecutive days shouldn’t it?

    My plan is to lift Monday to Friday and have the weekends off.
    1. Hey Brendan,

      Yeah sorry I missed that. As a hard gainer, Muscle Advance creatine will help for sure. Gold Standard Whey is my personal favorite, but if you want those extra calories, I say stick with what your using. Nothing substitutes for rest. Make sure you alternate muscle groups, regardless of your supplements.

  3. Hi mate, I’d like a copy of the get strong e-book and also to ask if vital strength hydroxy ripped is a good protein to use with the crazy mass bulking stack?
    1. Hey Brendan,

      Sure thing. I just sent a copy to your email.

      I haven’t checked out Vital Strength Hydroxy Ripped myself, but it might be a good fit. Just watch the calories.

      It’s got almost 400 in a serving. That may be a good thing if you’re a hard gainer.

      Just be aware of it if you’re not.

    1. Hey Nick,

      It does. But you might be better off with my “getting ripped” ebook, which focuses a little more on cutting and a little less on putting on muscle. You could start with the plans in Getting Ripped, then move to Getting Strong when you’re ready to shift gears.


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