If your exercise program has left you dissatisfied with your results, here's the program for you.
Most people exercise very inefficiently, spending many hours weekly, sometimes even hours daily, trying to get in shape.
And their results are poor.
In fact, it's no exaggeration to say that most people get next to zero results from their exercise programs.
Are you still overweight after exercising diligently for a long time?
Sadly, millions of people don't get good results from their exercise, which is based on the antiquated idea that you can lose weight by burning calories.
It's extremely difficult to do that, since exercise burns a lot fewer calories than you think, and it's trivially easy to eat more calories than you burn. One blended coffee drink or bran muffin and you've just eaten more than you burned off in 45 minutes of exercise.
The problem? Standard exercise programs don't help you build muscle.
Building muscle is what you really need to lose fat and keep it off. While diet is very important, the right exercise program makes all the difference.
Have you wanted to build muscle and lose fat, but you were put off by the amount of time it takes?
Conventional strength training uses a high volume and frequency of exercise, and many trainees spend many days a week, doing many hours of training, in building muscle.
Spending that much time is totally unnecessary, if you know what you're doing.
Welcome to One-Hour Fitness, a life-changing fitness program
I'm P. D. Mangan, and I spend a grand total of one-hour per week in the gym.
Doing that, I've added 30 pounds of muscle, have low body fat, and I'm in great cardiovascular condition at the age of 63.
I teach a method of training that allows me - and will allow you - to build muscle, lose fat, and attain great health in only one hour, or two 30-minute sessions, of exercise weekly.
This method not only works, but has solid scientific evidence backing it.
You need to build muscle.
Everyone should do strength training and build muscle.
In the U.S., only 12% of the population is lean and healthy, with adequate muscle and a low, healthy level of fat.
More muscle means better health - it's that simple.
Muscle acts as a metabolic booster, leading to lower blood sugar and insulin, which in turn means much better metabolic health, and much lower risk of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes - not to mention obesity.
As you grow older, you lose muscle, and very old people have, on average, only half or less of the muscle they had when young.
The result is weakness and frailty and nursing homes.
Exercise that doesn't build muscle is ineffective and doesn't address this problem.
We've been told to do aerobic exercise, but it doesn't build muscle and is a grossly inefficient use of time.
One-Hour Fitness is the solution.
Get lean and muscular and in great cardiovascular shape in only one hour a week.
In two, 30-minute sessions, you can achieve great growth in muscle and increases in strength.
At the same time, you can get great cardiovascular conditioning - without any "cardio" or aerobics.
But you have to know how.
Most people get poor results from their exercise programs, despite spending long hours in the gym or jogging on the street.
You can eliminate those long hours, and get far better results.
You can lose body fat, and gain muscle, and get a stronger, healthier, and more attractive body, whether you are a man or a woman.
The key is to discard most of what you've heard from mainstream health sources.
If you're a beginner, One-Hour Fitness will show you the ropes, so you don't make the same mistakes others make.
If you already have experience in strength training, this program will show you how to make the change from conventional, high-volume and time-consuming workouts to a time-efficient and more effective routine.
Here's what you get in this program.
*68-page illustrated book in PDF and EPUB that tells you
- which exercises you should do - most training programs don't focus on the right strength training exercises
- how you should do them - most people who train in the gym hardly know what they're doing
- how much exercise to do and how often to do them
- how much time you should take between exercises
- which foods you should eat - and which you should avoid - to build muscle and lose fat
- how to increase the cardiovascular component of your workout
- how much recovery time you need and why that's important
- two techniques you can use to increase the effectiveness of your workout
- why women need to do resistance training, and why they have everything to gain and nothing to lose from it
*Eight videos: one to introduce the basic concepts, and seven to demonstrate how to perform the exercises.
*Bonus: you can email or message me to answer any questions you might have.