My 1-2-3 Lean eBook is Here!

Sep 25, 2012

Get ripped in 6 weeks

My latest get ripped eBook, 1-2-3 Lean is finally available!

And as always for members of, it's completely free. Head over to my eBook section and check it out.

For those of you who want to continue building more mass and strength –soon I will be launching my latest mass building program.

The working title right now is Down and Up Training. This is due to the fact that employs both linear periodization, like Micro Muscle (aka Shortcut to Size) and reverse-linear periodization. BUT, I've combined them in such a way that they create an undulating periodized program. This is one of my favorite training programs and the feedback and results from some of my select clients I've put on the program are unreal. And I've provided options in this program so that you can either do it as a 4-day a week training program for 10 weeks, or as a 6-day a week training program for about 7 weeks. Look for this one very soon. In the meantime, check out my Strong in 8 program if you really want to continue serious strength, as well as mass gains.

And don't forget all the other great eBooks and training programs I offer here for whatever your goal.

I'd like to call special attention to my Get It All (aka Fitter, Faster, Leaner) program for those who want to build more athletic prowess while also building a lean, muscular physique. It's great for all types of athletes from basketball players to MMA fighters. You can find the program by clicking on the link below.

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Jim Stoppani received his doctorate in exercise physiology with a minor in biochemistry from the University of Connecticut. Following graduation, he served as a postdoctoral research fellow in the prestigious John B. Pierce Laboratory and Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology at Yale University School of Medicine, where he investigated the effects of exercise and diet on gene regulation in muscle tissue. He was awarded the Gatorade Beginning Investigator in Exercise Science Award in 2002 by the American Physiological Society.

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