Here’s what I know about you. You’ve said one of these things:
“That’s it. I’m tired of looking like this. I don’t mind a few extra pounds, but this is ridiculous. Something’s gotta give.”
“God, that’s heavy. You’re gonna have to get that yourself. I’m out.”
“I don’t really want to get big and bulky, I just want to tone up a bit.”
“Geez, my freaking back hurts all the time. Getting old sucks.”
“Wouldn’t it be great to have that kind of energy again?”
Not only have you said at least one of these things, you’ve thought more than one of them. Because here’s the fact: Every man wants to be strong, lean, and muscular. Yeah, I know, you don’t want to get bulky or look like a bodybuilder (hint: it’s not gonna happen). But you’re tired of being squishy and sloppy. You’re tired of being tired. You wish you could do a few more things.
And here’s what you wish and don’t even know it: You wish you could walk into a room and every single person recognize that you’re a person not to be messed with. A dude who looks good and can get things done.
Guys, that’s what getting strong and lean does for you. Yes, you look much better. Yes, you are much more capable. Yes, you have more energy. Yes, you have fewer aches and pains. But the best part is the confidence that comes from knowing all those things. You know you look good. You know you can do things. You have tons of energy and feel good. And the way you carry yourself tells everyone else that you know it as well. People are attracted to confidence.
You already know this. That’s why you’ve tried to “get in shape” before. Everyone knows they need to “get in shape”, but few people know what they should be doing. Simply put, for men, getting in shape means getting strong. It doesn’t mean being able to run a few miles; it means being able to lift heavy things, repeatedly.
While few men understand this, even fewer know how to train and eat to get there. It’s not gonna happen by joining the local gym and doing a circuit of all the machines. And that’s where I come in. I’m going to show you how to eat and train in a way that will make you strong, lean, and muscular.
I’ve created The Man Strong Blueprint, a systematic, organized plan that will give you the body you want and need to be the best version of yourself. Don’t believe it? Here’s me deadlifting 405-lbs for four reps at a bodyweight of 175 pounds at 45 years old.
About the Book
The Man Strong Blueprint is designed to guide men towards a body that can live the man’s life, one that’s ready for the Hero’s Journey. It lays out a training and nutritional regimen that will help you to create a body that is strong, lean, muscular, and able to move well. There’s a full FAQ section, advice on creating a home/garage gym, and what to steps to take on Day One.
At 87 pages and over 30,000 words, The Man Strong Blueprint is chocked full of information acquired over years of experience in trying almost every training and dietary regimen out there, resulting in a program that will optimize both areas to create a strong, healthy body. Whether you’re a guy who’s been out of the fitness game for a while or a complete newbie who’s never picked up a weight, The Man Strong Blueprint will help you get strong, mobile, muscular, and lean.
Five Reasons to Read The Man Strong Blueprint
A Google search on strength training will give you millions of results. A search on nutrition will give you millions more. With all these voices coming at you, finding someone to trust is a chore. I’m not an trainer or a dietitian; I’m an attorney. I’m trained to have a BS detector and to sort through complicated and contradictory claims. And that’s what I’ve done for you.
I’ve spent years working through different training and nutritional regimens, and I’ve learned what works, what doesn’t, and what’s gives you the best bang for your buck. What’s more, I’m interested in teaching you the principles, not just the programs. When you know the principles behind the methods, you’re able to design your own program once you stall on your current program. Stalling is inevitable; knowing how to adjust your program keeps you progressing. That’s what The Man Strong Blueprint will give you.
Here are five things you can expect to get when you pick it up.
- A systematic strength training program that teaches you what to do and how to do it.
- A nutrition regimen that puts no foods off limits and teaches you the principles of eating for your desired body composition.
- A full FAQ section that addresses the most common questions about the program.
- Recommendations on building your own home/garage gym.
- Over 30 color photos on how to perform the exercises.
Meet the Author:
Stephen L. Marshall
An attorney by trade, Stephen L. Marshall is a husband of over 20 years and is a father of four. He has a passion for helping men become better versions of themselves, to obtain better life experiences, and to provide greater value to their families and communities. His website, The Man’s Life, and e-books, The Man Strong Blueprint and Manhood and The Hero’s Journey, are resources that will help men of all ages find a better life.
The Man Strong Blueprint
If you’re ready to become that guy who people notice when he walks into the room, that guy who stands a little taller and smiles a little more because he knows what he’s capable of, then grab your copy of The Man Strong Blueprint and get started. A better future starts now. Let’s roll.