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Transform your body in as little as six weeks with this iPhone-, iPad-, and iPod Touch-compatible app. Featuring three programs, more than 100 full-color photos, and video demonstrations of 26 of the 57 exercises, A Man’s Guide to Muscle and Strength can be purchased from your mobile device by clicking on the iTunes button to the right.
Whether you’re hitting the gym or working out at home, A Man’s Guide to Muscle and Strength has all the exercises and supplemental information you need for a successful start to your workout program. Boasting the expertise of 2011 PFP Personal Trainer of the Year Stephen Cabral, the app offers three of the top programs featured in his book by the same name.
A Man’s Guide to Muscle and Strength is designed for everyone. One program is for beginners looking to get started the right way; another program is for those who frequent the gym and want to build strength, power, and lean muscle through free-weight and machine exercises; and a third program is for those wanting those same results through a hard-core body-weight program. Instruction for these programs is complemented by more than 100 full-color photos and video demonstrations of 26 of the 57 exercises. Videos can be played at normal speed and in slow motion.
The interactive nature of the app helps you monitor your progress with notes and weight tracking on a daily and weekly basis throughout each program while making for quick and easy access to the next workout. These three-day-a-week workouts account for everything busy men have to deal with on a daily and weekly basis, like stress, work, constraints on time, and other commitments. And a special progress tracker allows you to use the camera from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to keep a photo log for a revealing time-lapsed record of your results.
No matter if you are looking to begin or improve on your weight training regimen, or if you’re in search of more specialized advice from an expert like Stephen Cabral, A Man’s Guide to Muscle and Strength will help you transform your body and achieve the look you desire—in as little as six weeks.
Stephen Cabral was voted the 2011 PFP Personal Trainer of the Year and has completed more than 15,000 private training sessions since 1999, helping athletes, CEOs, doctors, stay-at-home moms, and everyone in between reach their goals. He specializes in breaking down seemingly complex concepts into bite-sized chunks of information that people can digest and put to use. Cabral takes great pride in changing people’s lives by changing their bodies.
As the resident health and fitness expert for NutritionData, Gather.com, Self.com, Diet.com, and a host of other companies looking to inspire their members through proper strength training and weight loss, Cabral has written and published over 1,100 articles. He has also appeared as a celebrity trainer on the reality TV show Survival of the Richest and worked with MTV’s Made for six weeks as a strength training expert helping a contestant get into shape the fastest way possible.
In addition to his writing and training network, Stephen Cabral has shot more than 100 fitness videos that have been seen by well over 3 million viewers online. “The Best Ab Exercises You’ve Never Heard Of” generated over a million views alone. His partnership with Diet.com, meanwhile, has enabled the site to produce numerous high-quality, award-winning videos for YouTube, including one that was voted the top instruction video out of hundreds of thousands of competitors.
The personal newsletter that Cabral writes is read by more than 100,000 people each week at www.StephenCabral.com.
"Stephen Cabral is an awesome trainer, and his workout programs are phenomenal.”
Trainer for The Biggest Loser TV Series
"You won't find any redundant, time-wasting exercises in A Man’s Guide to Muscle and Strength. These are serious programs for developing strength, size, and power while improving coordination and athleticism. It's what everyone wants but few know how to achieve."