Maximum Muscle by Michael Matthews

Maximum Muscle

By Michael Matthews

  • Release Date: 2012-10-15
  • Genre: Health & Fitness
Score: 4
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If you want to be muscular, lean, and strong as quickly as possible without steroids, good genetics, or wasting ridiculous amounts of time in the gym and money on supplements…then you want to read this book.

This book reveals things like…

The 6 biggest myths & mistakes of building muscle that stunt 99% of guys’ muscle gains. (These BS lies are pushed by all the big magazines and even by many trainers.)

•The 4 laws of muscle growth that, when applied, turn your body into an anabolic, muscle-building machine. You’ll be shocked at how easy it really is to get big once you know what you’re doing…

How to develop a lightning-fast metabolism that burns up fat quickly and leaves you feeling full of energy all day long.

•The real science of healthy fat loss that makes losing 1 – 2 lbs of fat per week not only easy, but guaranteed. All successful weight loss programs work thanks to these 3 simple laws, and you can put them to work right away.

And more!

The bottom line is you CAN achieve that “Hollywood hunk” body without having your life revolve around it—no long hours in the gym, no starving yourself, no grueling cardio that turns your stomach.

Download this book now and learn what most guys will never know about getting bigger, leaner, and stronger!


  • Great Read!

    By 709958
    This was a great read and made me realize I was doing to much. A lot of points he hit on made me understand why I was actually losing muscle instead of gaining. Of course this is a precursor to a book, you didn't think you could walk into barns & noble and walk out without paying for a book did you? I for one will be purchasing his book and smiling at everyone staring at me and wondering why he looks so much better when I hardly see him in the gym! What's the secret?
  • Maximum muscle

    By Efnvjefnvuetn
    It sucked
  • great for getting started

    By aherrsch
    i tended to lean more on advice for working out from friends, magazines, and of course supplement shops. i wasted time and money on crap i didnt need. and this book gets you started in the correct direction. it shows you how to lose weight/ gain muscle, then will give you the option to buy a book that gives you meal plans and workouts. which is called Bigger, leaner, stronger. the book is $7. and that 7 bucks will teach you more than any magazine, supplement store, or idiot friend could any day.
  • Good points, but...

    By Aimann Ghazi
    There are a lot of good points that the author introduces to the reader, but does not get into much detail. This book is primarily a preview of his other book "Bigger, Leaner, Stronger."
  • good info

    By Dan Who
    good info, starting to read the real book, sure it will help me.
  • Full of BS

    By latinos_inc
    This book read just like a Scam! It first discredited everything else then told you what great info it was going to give you and then... You have to pay to get all the information. Typical scam.
  • Absolutely a waste of time.

    By ronald zecha
    Did not tell me anything new. It's just a bait and switch book
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    By Someone motivated
    Unfortunately this turned out to be a well crafted free book intended to only give the reader just enough information to motivate them to purchase the real deal book(s) by the Same author. Potential is well expressed, it does portray insight and reason applied to fitness. Maybe falling for this advertisement would be beneficial, there's only one way for me to find out...
  • Great high level look

    By Hooleybob
    Useful insights into the basics. There's enough info in this book to change poor thoughts and habits while pointing you to the specifics and how-to's found in his other books. Keep it up!
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    By Reggiev76
    Great book !!!